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Kin Of Fallen Japanese Soldiers Pay Respects At Pearl Harbor AP

Kin Of Fallen Japanese Soldiers Pay Respects At Pearl Harbor

“We used to be the enemy, but now are the closest of friends,” says one of about three dozen visitors.

Man Who Disrupted Hawaii Flight Found Mentally Competent To Stand Trial Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Man Who Disrupted Hawaii Flight Found Mentally Competent To Stand Trial

UPDATED: After objections from the news media, his defense attorney withdraws a motion to close the hearing to the public.

Man Accused Of Disrupting Flight Wants His Hearing Closed To The Public Christopher Ebdon/Flickr.com

Man Accused Of Disrupting Flight Wants His Hearing Closed To The Public

A judge agreed to take testimony on the request after The Associated Press objected to a closed proceeding.

Interior Chief Urges Shrinking 6 National Monuments NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration

Interior Chief Urges Shrinking 6 National Monuments

They include the Pacific Remote Islands and Rose Atoll in the Pacific.

Mars Research Subjects To Emerge After 8 Months Of Isolation AP

Mars Research Subjects To Emerge After 8 Months Of Isolation

They’re the latest crew to use a site on a Big Island volcano to simulate life on a mission to another planet.

Hawaii Unemployment Rate Falls To 10-Year Low Of 2.6 Percent Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Hawaii Unemployment Rate Falls To 10-Year Low Of 2.6 Percent

The state is essentially at full employment, says the director of the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations.

Democrats, Trump May Have Deal To Protect ‘Dreamers’ AP

Democrats, Trump May Have Deal To Protect ‘Dreamers’

The proposal would affect nearly 800,000 immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally as kids, while providing more money for border security.

Medical Marijuana Sales Must Be Cashless Starting This Fall Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Medical Marijuana Sales Must Be Cashless Starting This Fall

Hawaii will be the first state to require that purchases of cannabis be done with a debit payment app instead of cash.

Lawsuit: Hawaii County Police Used Stun Gun On Wrong Man Civil Beat

Lawsuit: Hawaii County Police Used Stun Gun On Wrong Man

After he was released from custody, the man was dissuaded from filing a complaint, the suit states.

Appeals Court: Grandparents Shouldn’t Be Part Of Trump Travel Ban Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Appeals Court: Grandparents Shouldn’t Be Part Of Trump Travel Ban

In upholding a ruling by a federal judge in Hawaii, a 9th Circuit panel also said that refugees accepted by a resettlement agency shouldn’t be banned.

Hawaii Tour Operator Gets Rare Fine For Harassing Dolphins AP

Hawaii Tour Operator Gets Rare Fine For Harassing Dolphins

UPDATED: It’s the first such fine against an operator of spinner dolphin tours, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says.

Hawaii Joins 15-State Suit Challenging Trump Over ‘Dreamer’ Decision Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Hawaii Joins 15-State Suit Challenging Trump Over ‘Dreamer’ Decision

The suit says ending protections for young immigrants would “punish and disparage people with Mexican roots.”