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Suspect In Cop-Killing Dies In Shootout; Two Other People Wounded AP

Suspect In Cop-Killing Dies In Shootout; Two Other People Wounded

UPDATED: Justin Waiki had been the subject of a manhunt since a Big Island police officer was fatally shot during a traffic stop.

Two Arrested, But Suspected Shooter Still Sought In Cop Killing AP

Two Arrested, But Suspected Shooter Still Sought In Cop Killing

“We hope to get him today,” a police spokesman says of Justin Waiki after two of his associates were apprehended Thursday.

Authorities Search For Safe Spots For People To Watch Lava Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Authorities Search For Safe Spots For People To Watch Lava

A tour boat mishap that injured 23 people illustrates the danger of getting too close to the spectacle that many want to see.

Big Island Police Officer Fatally Shot; Suspect Sought AP

Big Island Police Officer Fatally Shot; Suspect Sought

UPDATED: Off-duty officers and some who returned to work from vacation and days off join the the manhunt.

Rocky The Monk Seal Births Another Pup — Back On Kauai Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Rocky The Monk Seal Births Another Pup — Back On Kauai

She caused a sensation last year when she gave birth to a pup named Kaimana on a crowded Waikiki beach.

Lava Flies Through Roof Of Tour Boat, Injuring 23 Hawaii DLNR

Lava Flies Through Roof Of Tour Boat, Injuring 23

UPDATED: A 20-year-old woman was in serious condition with a broken thigh bone. 

Hawaii Supreme Court Sides With Lesbian Couple In B&B Case AP

Hawaii Supreme Court Sides With Lesbian Couple In B&B Case

The court rejected the appeal of a B & B owner who had argued she should be able to turn away gay couples because of her religious beliefs.

Governor Signs Two Bills Tightening Hawaii’s Gun Laws Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Governor Signs Two Bills Tightening Hawaii’s Gun Laws

The measures ban bump stocks and decrease the amount of time people disqualified from gun possession have to turn in their weapons.

US Army Quietly Discharging Immigrant Recruits AP

US Army Quietly Discharging Immigrant Recruits

More than 5,000 immigrants were recruited through a special program in 2016, and an estimated 10,000 are currently serving.

Workers At Agency That Sent False Alert Were Seen Sleeping Screen shot

Workers At Agency That Sent False Alert Were Seen Sleeping

Emails released by the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency also indicate concerns were voiced about how to cancel an alert.

Hawaii’s Planned Parenthood Joins Suit Against Abstinence-Only Push AP

Hawaii’s Planned Parenthood Joins Suit Against Abstinence-Only Push

The federal government’s Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program is being remade by the Trump administration.

Supreme Court Hears New Arguments Over Thirty Meter Telescope AP

Supreme Court Hears New Arguments Over Thirty Meter Telescope

Opponents say a state appeals judge had a conflict of interest when she granted a permit for the project.