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He said he wants to know how the misdeeds detailed in a federal corruption case were allowed to go “unchecked.”
Many older people live in condo towers. Now the push is on to encourage the buildings and their residents to better prepare for disaster.
Steve Johnson was the second person to die under the state’s new assisted suicide law. The state reports eight patients so far have received prescriptions for lethal drugs.
The criticism highlights a longstanding perception problem Hawaii has in attracting conferences and conventions.
Federal fishery managers recommended significantly increasing the amount of ahi that the fleet can catch.
The new board wants advice from the state AG’s office before deciding whether to reveal what its concluded about officer-involved deaths.
The defendants — most of whom are women — shared posts on social media accusing a local photographer of trying to lure pregnant women into lactation pornography.
Hawaii was the first state to recognize a woman’s right to terminate her pregnancy, but women in rural Hawaii who wish to exercise that right face plenty of hurdles.
Two U.S. senators have released a list of nursing homes nationwide, including six in Hawaii, that have a pattern of providing residents unsafe or substandard care.