Workers hope to create first unionized Starbucks in Hawaii.
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HONOLULU — Some workers in the Honolulu suburb of Mililani are aiming to create the first unionized Starbucks in Hawaii.
HONOLULU — Hawaii public schools are enforcing pandemic restrictions that go beyond recommendations from state and federal health officials.
Behind opaque glass doors imprinted with the triangular Mauna pattern, there is the muffled sound of singing and a strumming ukulele. Inside these doors lies an explosion of color, texture, and more notably the Hawaiian spirit.
Detention and preliminary hearings have been set for next month for a 44-year-old Kona woman facing federal drug charges.
HONOLULU — An Oahu man charged with murder in the shooting death of his wife’s lover should be locked up because of his wealth and the danger he poses to his family, a prosecutor said.
A 64-year-old Hilo man pleaded not guilty Wednesday to 23 felony charges in connection with the sexual assault of two minor girls.
The U.S. Army found few supporters at a Monday public discussion about whether part of the Pohakuloa Training Area should remain under Army control.
Federal prosecutors have asked a U.S. District Court judge to hold a 44-year-old Kona woman facing federal drug offenses without bail.
A 48-year-old South Kona man charged with first-degree unlawful imprisonment and persistent nonsupport in connection to allegations of keeping a minor under the age of 16 chained to a floor was in court this week for a bench trial.
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