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Updated. Environmental groups have been trying to restrict the taking of turtles by longliners for the past six years.
A transparency website is meant to provide the public easy access to information, but it isn’t always updated quickly.
An attorney for those seeking disability payments says Kaiser’s fees for filling out doctors’ forms create a big burden.
Members of the community in Hanalei came together to help rescue flood victims on Kauai’s north shore.
The islands have room for improvement, but they fare well in a state-by-state comparison, according to a new survey.
Government officials can do more to encourage public participation — and citizens need to stay engaged, conference participants say.
Several legislative proposals to license people who assist with births, often at home, have failed. Another may be coming next session.
Hawaii’s only public hyperbaric treatment facility was serving about one diver per week suffering decompression sickness.
The state has been doing better at inspecting nursing homes, but lack of staff means other inspections take a back seat.