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“I really do see today’s event as the beginning of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles in Hawaii,” Gov. David Ige says at groundbreaking.
Better access to higher education could be life-changing for many people in Hawaii and could also provide a boost for the state economy.
UPDATED: Protesters tried to block an equipment convoy early Wednesday for a solar telescope being built on Haleakala
The Maui resident wants to stop Hawaii officials from issuing commercial fishing licenses to those who aren’t legally admitted into the U.S.
Malia Zimmerman is part of a dispute involving Fox News coverage that an investigator claims was designed to detract attention from the Russia probe.
After Trump called for their ouster, Congress is urged to take action in a letter sent by Hawaii AG Doug Chin and signed by 18 other AGs.
An engineering firm had recommended updates after another fire four years ago, according to city records.
UPDATED: The state Board of Land and Natural Resources will now hold a hearing and make a final decision on the permit.
A defense attorney is seeking a mental health evaluation for Sgt. Ikaika Kang, whose trial is scheduled for September.
He gets 20 years in prison — and must serve a minimum of nearly seven — in the death of a child known as “Peter Boy.”
American cities have a mixed bag of laws on whether older buildings, particularly residential buildings, must be retrofitted.
Sgt. Ikaika Kang is accused of attempting to provide material support to the Islamic State.