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Father Of Hawaii Boy Missing For Two Decades Is Sentenced AP

Father Of Hawaii Boy Missing For Two Decades Is Sentenced

He gets 20 years in prison — and must serve a minimum of nearly seven — in the death of a child known as “Peter Boy.”

Many US Cities Still Have High-Rise Buildings Without Sprinklers Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Many US Cities Still Have High-Rise Buildings Without Sprinklers

American cities have a mixed bag of laws on whether older buildings, particularly residential buildings,   must be retrofitted.

Federal Grand Jury Indicts Hawaii Soldier On Terrorism Charges AP

Federal Grand Jury Indicts Hawaii Soldier On Terrorism Charges

Sgt. Ikaika Kang is accused of attempting to provide material support to the Islamic State.

Hawaii Prepares For ‘Unlikely’ North Korea Missile Threat AP

Hawaii Prepares For ‘Unlikely’ North Korea Missile Threat

State Emergency Management Agency announces a public education campaign and plans monthly tests of “attack-warning” siren.

Native Hawaiians Not Very Healthy, National Study Finds AP

Native Hawaiians Not Very Healthy, National Study Finds

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention takes the first national look at the health of Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders.

Human Rights Petition Sent For Hawaii Fishermen AP

Human Rights Petition Sent For Hawaii Fishermen

The complaint cites human rights violations against foreign workers in Hawaii’s longline fishing fleet.

Hawaii Still Owes $33M For Failed Interisland Superferry Flickr: Bill Sodeman

Hawaii Still Owes $33M For Failed Interisland Superferry

The state’s total cost for the service was $71 million, according to an auditor’s report.

Supreme Court Upholds Refugee Ban But Grandparents Now OK Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Supreme Court Upholds Refugee Ban But Grandparents Now OK

The justices acted Wednesday on the administration’s appeal of a Hawaii federal judge’s ruling last week.

Arson Dogs Search For Ignitable Liquids in Marco Polo Unit Where Fire Started Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Arson Dogs Search For Ignitable Liquids in Marco Polo Unit Where Fire Started

A Fire Department official said the search does not necessarily mean there is a criminal element to the investigation.

US Supreme Court Urged To Retain Hawaii Judge’s Ruling On Travel Ban Cory Lum/Civil Beat

US Supreme Court Urged To Retain Hawaii Judge’s Ruling On Travel Ban

The Trump administration’s intent to exclude grandparents and others from the relationships that allow entry to the U.S. is called “nonsense.”

Fire Department Finds Unit Where High-Rise Fire Began AP

Fire Department Finds Unit Where High-Rise Fire Began

UPDATED: Investigators are still trying to determine the cause of the blaze that killed three people at the Marco Polo condominiums.

Some Residents Couldn’t Hear Alarms In Deadly High-Rise Blaze Marco Garcia/AP

Some Residents Couldn’t Hear Alarms In Deadly High-Rise Blaze

UPDATED: The three who died in the fire were all found on the 26th floor of the Marco Polo building, which had no sprinkler system.