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Man Who Had Heart Attack After Hawaii Missile Alert Sues Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Man Who Had Heart Attack After Hawaii Missile Alert Sues

Assuming the threat was real, he said he called loved ones before suffering cardiac arrest.

US Climate Report Warns Of Worsening Weather Disasters AP

US Climate Report Warns Of Worsening Weather Disasters

In Hawaii and the Pacific surface temperatures and sea level continue rising, while extremes such as drought and flooding continue affecting the islands.

Telescope Foes Ask Hawaii High Court To Reconsider Ruling ©Sin Ok -stock.adobe.com

Telescope Foes Ask Hawaii High Court To Reconsider Ruling

Opponents want the Hawaii Supreme Court to reverse an earlier 4-1 vote clearing the way for the $1.4 billion Mauna Kea project.

Bike-Share Program In Honolulu Will Expand As Ridership Soars Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Bike-Share Program In Honolulu Will Expand As Ridership Soars

Biki plans on adding more than 300 bikes and expanding services to Iwilei, Makiki and Waikiki

Authorities Rule Death Of 6-Year-Old Boy A Homicide Via Wikimedia Commons

Authorities Rule Death Of 6-Year-Old Boy A Homicide

Police are investigating the suspicious death that occurred on Halloween.

Guam Catholic Church To File For Bankruptcy Amid Abuse Lawsuits AP

Guam Catholic Church To File For Bankruptcy Amid Abuse Lawsuits

Archbishop Michael Byrnes says the move will expedite settlement of dozens of claims of child sexual abuse.

ACLU Challenges Retirement Home’s Ban On Medical Aid In Dying Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

ACLU Challenges Retirement Home’s Ban On Medical Aid In Dying

UPDATED: A state law allowing certain terminally ill people to end their lives takes effect in January, but residents at Kahala Nui were told it doesn’t apply to them.

Islands Regain Some Air, Sea Access After Super Typhoon Yutu AP

Islands Regain Some Air, Sea Access After Super Typhoon Yutu

Inbound flights to Saipan are restricted to residents and humanitarian aid.

Saipan In Yutu’s Aftermath: ‘Everyone Is Trying To Stand Strong’ AP

Saipan In Yutu’s Aftermath: ‘Everyone Is Trying To Stand Strong’

The U.S. has begun flying supplies to the Pacific islands that were in the path of the super typhoon, which packed 180-mph winds.

Northern Marianas Braces For Months Without Power, Running Water AP

Northern Marianas Braces For Months Without Power, Running Water

UPDATED: Super typhoon Yutu killed at least one person, and many homes have been damaged or destroyed.

Super Typhoon Yutu Hits Northern Marianas With 180-mph Winds AP

Super Typhoon Yutu Hits Northern Marianas With 180-mph Winds

UPDATED: Saipan and Tinian will be unrecognizable after the strongest storm to hit any part of the U.S. this year, the National Weather Service said.

Settlement Reached In Hawaii Hepatitis A Class-Action Suit Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Settlement Reached In Hawaii Hepatitis A Class-Action Suit

The outbreak was blamed on raw scallops served at Genki Sushi restaurants.