Federal Appeals Court rules that those born in the territory shouldn’t have citizenship forced on them.
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HONOLULU — In a decision citing American Samoa cultural traditions, those born in the U.S. territory shouldn’t have citizenship automatically forced on them, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday.
A Chinese national is facing a federal charge for allegedly laundering millions of fraud proceeds used by a co-conspirator to purchase and flip real estate for profit in West Hawaii.
Council panel advances new building code: Codes for new and existing residences get stamp of approval
In what appeared to be the smoothest discussion and vote on building code amendments in more than a decade, a County Council panel Tuesday unanimously advanced changes bringing the county up to the 2018 code for new and existing residential buildings.
The Hawaii Police Department on Tuesday released a seven-minute clip of body camera footage from a fatal shootout Sunday between officers and a Hilo man.
HONOLULU — A policeman has been charged with murder and two officers charged with attempted murder in the fatal shooting of a 16-year-old boy, Honolulu prosecutors said Tuesday.
HONOLULU — Doorbell camera video obtained and made public by lawyers representing the family of a man fatally shot two months ago by Honolulu police provides more information about the events that unfolded before the deadly encounter with officers.
Native Hawaiians to receive 80 Oahu acres for homesteads: NOAA Pacific Tsunami Warning Center property could house 200-400 families
The federal government is transferring 80 acres on Oahu, with the potential to provide homesteads for 200 to 400 Native Hawaiian families, to the state Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, top Biden administration executives announced Monday.
Hawaii County is moving forward with a nearly $1 million improvement project at Laaloa Bay Beach Park in Kailua-Kona.
HONOLULU — Hawaii bankruptcies dropped to their lowest level for the month of May in 15 years as the economy claws out of a coronavirus pandemic-induced slowdown.
Nearly a dozen inmates at the Hawaii Community Correctional Center have filed motions for early release a amid an ongoing COVID-19 outbreak at the Hilo jail.
HONOLULU — Hawaii on Monday said a vaccinated Oahu resident who traveled to Nevada last month has tested positive for the delta variant of COVID-19, a highly transmissible strain of the disease.
Video from body cameras worn by Hawaii Police Department officers during a fatal officer-involved shooting Sunday night in Hilo will likely be released today, Chief Paul Ferreira said Monday afternoon.