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Some High-Rise Residents Allowed To Return Home After Deadly Honolulu Fire Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Some High-Rise Residents Allowed To Return Home After Deadly Honolulu Fire

UPDATED: Three people died in the blaze at the 36-story Marco Polo building, which was built in 1971 and had no sprinkler system.

Hawaii Soldier Held Without Bail On Terrorism Charges AP

Hawaii Soldier Held Without Bail On Terrorism Charges

Sgt. Ikaika Kang was into conspiracy theories, according to a bunkmate who was shocked by the terrorism allegations.

Monk Seal Bites, Injures US Wildlife Staffer On Midway Atoll Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Monk Seal Bites, Injures US Wildlife Staffer On Midway Atoll

Staff access to all beaches has been closed until the end of the pupping season.

Hawaii Soldier Supported Islamic State But Remained In Military U.S. Army

Hawaii Soldier Supported Islamic State But Remained In Military

UPDATED: Ikaika Kang stayed in the Army for years while the military and the FBI tried to determine whether he posed a threat.

Q&A: Hawaii’s Push To Reduce Scope Of Travel Ban Bogged Down AP

Q&A: Hawaii’s Push To Reduce Scope Of Travel Ban Bogged Down

A new court ruling could come this week as the state revamps its latest challenge to the Trump administration.

FBI: Hawaii Soldier Facing Terror Charges Wanted To ‘Kill A Bunch Of People’ AP

FBI: Hawaii Soldier Facing Terror Charges Wanted To ‘Kill A Bunch Of People’

UPDATED: The 34-year-old man helped buy a drone for the Islamic State, according to an affidavit made public Monday.

Body Of Man Found In Caldera Of Kilauea Volcano After Apparent Fall Chad Blair/Civil Beat

Body Of Man Found In Caldera Of Kilauea Volcano After Apparent Fall

The 38-year-old was found Sunday morning 250 feet below the Crater Rim Trail during a helicopter search.

Hawaii Joins Suit Against DeVos For Delaying For-Profit College Rules AP

Hawaii Joins Suit Against DeVos For Delaying For-Profit College Rules

The U.S. education secretary suspended rules that were meant to protect students from abuse.

Woman In Critical Condition, Hundreds Rescued At ‘Floatilla’ Courtesy: DLNR

Woman In Critical Condition, Hundreds Rescued At ‘Floatilla’

Thousands of people took part in the informal Fourth of July celebration off the coast of Waikiki.

Government Responds To Hawaii’s Latest Travel Ban Challenge Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Government Responds To Hawaii’s Latest Travel Ban Challenge

The ban’s definitions of close family relationships are based on immigration law, U.S. attorneys say in filing with Honolulu court.

‘What Does The US Government Have Against Grandmothers?’ AP

‘What Does The US Government Have Against Grandmothers?’

Hawaii Attorney General Doug Chin says the Trump administration’s scaled-back travel ban is illogical in establishing close family relationships.

Endangered Hawaiian Monk Seal Gives Birth On Waikiki Beach AP

Endangered Hawaiian Monk Seal Gives Birth On Waikiki Beach

It’s the first such birth on the busy beach in at least several decades, according to NOAA.