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About 11% of Hawaii residents claim Hispanic heritage, a number that’s expected to grow. But Latinos are also the least likely to respond to the census.
The question for already-beleaguered media outlets nationwide is when steps such as furloughs and reduced work schedules can be lifted.
The longline fleet relies on U.S. Pacific Island territories to go beyond its base catch limit for bigeye. Now one of the three territories won’t sign the deal.
Mark Noguchi and Amanda Corby Noguchi share how the love for their community brought them together.
The Legislature has proposed creating a new group to help tackle violent crimes but exempting it from the Sunshine Law.
The state has now confirmed seven cases of COVID-19.
Hawaii sorely misses the type of leadership, political wisdom and courage that former Gov. John Burns exhibited.
Caleb Humphrey, stationed at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, was found guilty in a court martial of aggravated assault and child endangerment.
Hawaii’s four county prosecutors worry a proposed bill requires them to provide extra data about defendants without providing their offices any extra funding.
The case involved the shooting death of Justin Waiki, who was being pursued in connection with the murder of a Big Island police officer.
Amendments would prohibit the attorney general from investigating KAHEA and other nonprofits if the investigation would create a conflict of interest.
Environmental groups say the EPA should have declared the state’s coastal waters as “impaired” due to significant plastic waste.