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A defense attorney is seeking a mental health evaluation for Sgt. Ikaika Kang, whose trial is scheduled for September.
As federal officials sift through public comments on national monuments, supporters of Hawaii commercial fishermen say they merit special consideration.
The governor’s office failed to submit nominees for two at-large seats by the federal deadline, but a U.S. territory stepped up to save one.
The complaint claims the company is violating the Clean Water Act by fouling ocean-bound gulches with animal waste.
Both environmentalists and commercial tuna fishermen are upset about lost opportunities after the governor’s office didn’t submit Wespac nominees on time.
Thanks primarily to volunteer efforts, more than 1,000 yellow rescue tubes have been installed on beaches on the Mainland and Hawaii, including 240 on Kauai.
The group signed a letter emphasizing how protected reserves help the economy and biodiversity.
The longline fleet has a $250,000 deal in place to keep fishing after it reaches its quota of nearly 7 million pounds of ahi.
The Department of Homeland Security secretary is urged to allow the Big Island man to remain in the U.S.
Stressing how an island state is particularly vulnerable, elected leaders and environmentalists resolved to continue local efforts.
Many longtime residents can still remember when private organizations barred Asian-Americans. Now the divide is between locals and outsiders.
A 4-year-old case ends in an agreement to restore water for Hawaiians, renewable energy, agriculture and the environment.