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Top commander in region says no changes have occurred since North Korea’s assertion it could shoot down U.S. bombers.
“We used to be the enemy, but now are the closest of friends,” says one of about three dozen visitors.
UPDATED: Here’s a look at all five of the crew members who died when the Black Hawk went down off Oahu on Aug. 15.
The missile fired from Kauai on Tuesday night was intercepted by another fired from the destroyer USS John Paul Jones.
Amid rising tensions in Asia, hundreds of workers are being hired and aging dry dock facilities are being replaced.
A multi-agency searched an area of about 68,000 nautical miles, but found no signs of the missing crew.
How might growing tensions affect Hawaii? In addition to risks of missile attacks, local military bases would likely serve as staging areas in a conflict.
Better access to higher education could be life-changing for many people in Hawaii and could also provide a boost for the state economy.
The widening criminal investigation into Malaysian defense contractor Leonard “Fat Leonard” Francis has already ensnared dozens of top naval officers, many from the Hawaii-based Pacific Command.
An attorney wants a full mental health examination for Ikaika Kang, a Hawaii soldier charged with trying to support the Islamic State.
If a subcommittee’s Thursday vote holds up, the islands would see $266 million in spending in fiscal year 2018, up from $197 million.