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The state’s decision to consolidate insurance plans could particularly affect people with limited incomes on the neighbor islands.
A wrongful death lawsuit alleges that guards at Kulani Correctional Facility failed to render aid to a dying inmate and that it only came to light when another inmate came forward.
Dr. Melvin Palalay was conflicted when a dying patient asked him to be her medical advocate in ending her life. This is the story of how he reconciled his duty to his patient with his Catholic faith.
The governor’s nominee was applauded for projects he’s moved forward but concerns remain over the agency’s continued backlog.
Maryknoll School canceled activities for exchange students and teachers visiting its Honolulu campus from Wuhan, China, where a new coronavirus has infected hundreds of people.
A recent spate of crashes in the last two years — including the deadly crash on Kauai that killed 7 people last month — has put the industry under increased scrutiny.
FAA managers engaged in “abuse of authority” last year to help Southwest expedite service to the islands, according to a new Wall Street Journal report.
The Hilo Medical Center is recommending people take pinworm medicine as a precautionary measure if they accidentally eat slugs or snails.
The AG argues the Native Hawaiian nonprofit is illegally using donations to fund civil disobedience; the organization says the request is intimidation.
India’s Department of Science and Technology is part of the Thirty Meter Telescope consortium.
The public can expect a more concerted effort to close gun loopholes but proposals to address Native Hawaiian issues remain uncertain.