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Kansas Father Fighting Deportation Now Held In Hawaii Christopher Ebdon/Flickr.com

Kansas Father Fighting Deportation Now Held In Hawaii

He was being flown to Bangladesh when an immigration panel granted a temporary stay. He’s lived in the U.S. for 30 years.

Hawaii Emergency Worker Gets Threats After Misleading Photo AP

Hawaii Emergency Worker Gets Threats After Misleading Photo

An old photo of the HEMA employee circulated after the false missile alert, leading some to conclude he was at fault.

Police Officers Accused Of Making Man Put His Mouth On Urinal Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Police Officers Accused Of Making Man Put His Mouth On Urinal

“If true, these allegations violate the core values the HPD stands for,” said Police Chief Susan Ballard.

Report: Bail Set Too High For Half Of Hawaii’s Jail Inmates Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Report: Bail Set Too High For Half Of Hawaii’s Jail Inmates

Pre-trial detainees in Honolulu wait in jail an average of 71 days, according to the ACLU.

Hawaii’s ‘Last Princess’ Fights For Control Of Her Fortune Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Hawaii’s ‘Last Princess’ Fights For Control Of Her Fortune

A legal battle has resulted in a cutoff of Abigail Kawananakoa’s donations to charities such as Iolani Palace.

Hawaii Missile Defense Test Failed To Intercept Target AP

Hawaii Missile Defense Test Failed To Intercept Target

The interceptor was launched from the Pacific Missile Range Facility on Kauai.

Tick Tock Of Terror: New Details In Missile Alert Timeline AP

Tick Tock Of Terror: New Details In Missile Alert Timeline

The worker who sent it out heard, “This is not a drill,” but he didn’t hear, “Exercise, exercise, exercise.”

Worker Who Sent Alarm Thought Missile Attack Was Real Screen shot

Worker Who Sent Alarm Thought Missile Attack Was Real

The worker mistook a drill for an actual warning and sent the alert without a supervisor’s sign-off, said the Federal Communications Commission.

State Revises Policy For Hawaiian Court Interpreters Flickr.com

State Revises Policy For Hawaiian Court Interpreters

The change comes after a professor faced arrest for insisting on speaking Hawaiian in court.
Feds: Hawaii Missile Alert Employee Not Cooperating In Probe Screen shot

Feds: Hawaii Missile Alert Employee Not Cooperating In Probe

Meanwhile, Sen. Brian Schatz wants legislation clarifying the federal government, not the state, has authority to issue alerts.
Unsealed Documents: Soldier Obsessed With Terrorism Videos AP

Unsealed Documents: Soldier Obsessed With Terrorism Videos

The Hawaii serviceman told an informant he would be a suicide bomber and attack Schofield Barracks, an affidavit says.
US Supreme Court To Rule On Trump Travel Ban AP

US Supreme Court To Rule On Trump Travel Ban

"This will be an important day for justice and the rule of law," says Hawaii Attorney General Doug Chin.