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The current truce between the Thirty Meter Telescope and its opponents might be extended by another two months at the request of Mayor Harry Kim.
A bill strengthening labeling requirements for Hawaiian-grown coffee blends remains alive having met a critical deadline last week, but lawmakers are now considering a phased-in approach.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. One of the remaining USS Arizona crew members who survived the attack on Pearl Harbor has died.
HONOLULU The Honolulu Rate Commission proposed an increase in the citys bus fares for riders including those who are 65 and older, riders holding Medicare cards and passengers with disabilities.
HONOLULU The Office of Hawaiian Affairs sued the state auditor in an attempt to prompt the release of a $3 million general fund appropriation for the next fiscal year.
As a civil lawsuit alleging a Waimea businessman sexually abused a 12-year-old boy decades ago nears trial, the victim in the case is revealing his identity.
From humble beginnings to an auspicious event, the 13th annual Community Cares fundraiser bids farewell at Saturdays grand finale extravaganza.
Cardiac care continues to be a priority for Hilo Medical Center, and legislation introduced in the state Senate will help expand those services.
The ninth annual Heiva I Hawaii celebration was underway Saturday at Hale Halawai with the Tahitian Dance Competition.
HONOLULU Possession of small amounts of drugs that are considered dangerous would be decriminalized in Hawaii under a proposed bill, potentially reducing the amount of money spent on enforcement.
The Kona tramatic brain injury support group meeting on Wednesday featured the Unmasking Project, with Christel Magallanes LSW, from the State of Hawaii Department of Health, Neurotrauma Supports project. The support group made masks to identify and express feelings associated with their brain injury, through the mediums of paint, markers, crayons, beads and feathers and placed onto blank masks. Each participant also provided a written description of their brain injury and an explanation of the mask.