Name change resolution shelved: Legislature sought to rename Captain Cook as Ka’awaloa.
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A resolution asking the Census to re-designate Captain Cook as Ka‘awaloa was shelved this legislative session.
A bill setting aside funding to study the economic impact changing Hawaii’s coffee labeling requirements is awaiting Gov. David Ige’s signature.
A measure increasing the penalty on a person convicted of first-degree negligent homicide while driving under the influence of an intoxicant is one step away from becoming law.
It’s been 25 years since John Cruz’s debut album, “Acoustic Soul,” won Contemporary Album of the Year at the 1997 Na Hoku Hanohano Awards and Cruz claimed the Hoku for Most Promising Artist.
The Food Basket is developing a large “agricultural innovation park” in Hilo.
Bill takes aim at ‘period poverty’: Measure would make menstrual products available in public schools
A bill requiring the state Department of Education to provide free menstrual products to public school students passed the state House and Senate on Thursday.
A new Boys &Girls Club campus is planned for Keaau with funding from state, federal and private sources.
Slow lines and limited appointments continue to hinder service at the Hawaii Department of Motor Vehicles.
The County Council’s commitment to subsidize affordable housing was expanded last week to include moderate-income families making up to 120% of the average median income, meaning a family of three earning up to $92,520 annually could qualify for a two-bedroom home costing up to $539,000.
HONOLULU — A judge ordered a Hawaii man into house arrest Friday after a prosecutor argued his wealth makes him a flight risk and he poses a danger to his wife after allegedly killing her lover.
A Kona man was killed in a single-vehicle crash in Hawaiian Beaches yesterday.
HONOLULU — The population of endangered Hawaiian monk seals has surpassed a level not seen in more than two decades, according to federal officials.
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