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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.

Pearl Harbor Survivor Who Worked To Identify Remains Leaves Hawaii AP

Pearl Harbor Survivor Who Worked To Identify Remains Leaves Hawaii

He was a young sailor at the time of the attack. Now 97, he’s moving from the islands to Boise, Idaho.

Big Island Mayor Harry Kim Has Another Bout Of Pneumonia Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Big Island Mayor Harry Kim Has Another Bout Of Pneumonia

Kim, who has been at the forefront of the county’s response to the eruption of the Kilauea volcano, suffered two heart attacks in April.

Eruption Brings Back Memories For Those Who Were In Lava’s Path Before AP

Eruption Brings Back Memories For Those Who Were In Lava’s Path Before

Kilauea has covered large swathes of the Big Island’s rural Puna district several times over the past century.

‘Jurassic World’ Cast Reacts To Real-World Volcanic Disasters AP

‘Jurassic World’ Cast Reacts To Real-World Volcanic Disasters

A summer blockbuster movie’s volcanic eruption with lots of lava may seem a little too real for Big Island and Guatemala residents.

Ige Signs Law Banning Widely Used Pesticide AP

Ige Signs Law Banning Widely Used Pesticide

Chlorpyrifos is commonly sprayed on citrus fruits, apples and other crops.

Some Lava Evacuees Allowed Back Into Their Homes During ‘Stable’ Flow AP

Some Lava Evacuees Allowed Back Into Their Homes During ‘Stable’ Flow

Lava continues to flow along a path toward the ocean on a course that isn’t threatening new areas, at least for now.

Kilauea Unleashes More Small Blasts, Snaking Lava AP

Kilauea Unleashes More Small Blasts, Snaking Lava

Scientists warn against venturing too close to lava hitting water, saying it could expose people to dangers from flying debris.