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Mother guilty of assaulting her child

December 9, 2015 HONOLULU — A Hawaii mother was convicted Tuesday of assaulting her 15-month-old daughter during a May flight from Anchorage, Alaska to Honolulu. more »»

Bodyboarder rescues surfer at Oahu’s Pipeline surf spot

December 9, 2015 HONOLULU — A bodyboarder said Tuesday he thought a professional surfer he pulled from the water at Hawaii’s Pipeline surf spot was dead. more »»

Survivors return to Pearl Harbor for 74th anniversary

December 8, 2015 PEARL HARBOR — A few dozen elderly men who survived the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor 74 years ago gathered Monday at the site to remember fellow servicemen who didn’t make it. The U.S. more »»

Aloha Petroleum to pay $650,000 fine for tank violations

December 8, 2015 HILO (AP) — Aloha Petroleum has agreed to pay $650,000 to settle Clean Air and Clean Water acts violations at its Hilo East bulk fuel storage terminal and to install spill containment at its fuel... more »»

Number of dengue cases rises

December 8, 2015 HONOLULU (AP) — The dengue fever outbreak on the Big Island continues to grow. The state Department of Health said Monday that the number of confirmed cases has reached 139. more »»

Memorial service at Pearl Harbor moved

December 7, 2015 HONOLULU (AP) — The National Park Service and the U.S. Navy plan to hold a joint memorial service today to mark the 74th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack. more »»

CDC official praises response to dengue

December 6, 2015 KAILUA-KONA (AP) — A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention official said that Big Island officials are identifying most cases of dengue fever in a timely manner. more »»

State / In Brief

December 5, 2015 Dengue outbreak reaches 136 cases HONOLULU — Hawaii Department of Health officials said that there are 136 confirmed cases of dengue fever on the Big Island. more »»

Telescope opponents: Construction equipment needs to be removed

December 4, 2015 HONOLULU — Opponents of the Thirty Meter Telescope want construction equipment and vehicles removed from Mauna Kea now that the Hawaii Supreme Court has invalidated the project’s permit. more »»

State Supreme Court invalidates telescope permit

December 3, 2015 HONOLULU — A long-awaited Hawaii Supreme Court ruling Wednesday invalidating a construction permit for what would be one of the world’s largest telescopes represents a major setback for the $1. more »»

Supreme Court upholds voting injunction

December 3, 2015 HONOLULU — The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday blocked votes from being counted in a unique election that’s considered a major step toward self-governance for Native Hawaiian. more »»

State turning shed into shelter near former camp

December 2, 2015 HONOLULU — Hawaii officials are turning a maintenance shed into a temporary homeless shelter for families near a former homeless encampment that was one of the largest in the nation. Gov. more »»

Corgi ends up at HNL instead of Mississippi

December 2, 2015 HONOLULU (AP) — A dog bound for its new owner in Mississippi ended up in Honolulu instea. more »»

Public’s help needed to stop dengue fever spread

December 1, 2015 HONOLULU — The number of people in Hawaii infected by dengue fever continued to rise, and officials asked the public to help limit the spread of the virus. more »»

Hilo nonprofit reports theft

December 1, 2015 HILO (AP) — Police are investigating the theft of thousands of dollars’ worth of equipment from a Hilo nonprofit organization that employs adults with disabilities. more »»

Judge: State underfunded Department of Hawaiian Home Lands

November 30, 2015 HONOLULU (AP) — A judge said that the state has to appropriate millions of dollars more to fund the Department of Hawaiian Homelands adequately for the first time since at least 1992. more »»

Hawaii-based longline fishers allowed to keep catching ahi

November 30, 2015 HONOLULU — Hawaii-based longline fishers have exhausted multiple catch limits for ahi this year, but federal regulators said Friday that a new agreement will ensure the fish will be available in the... more »»

State/In Brief

November 30, 2015 Residents push for fence after vandalism LIHUE — Residents want a fence and gate with a combination lock installed at the Hanapepe Hawaiian Cemetery after the site was vandalized. more »»

Agency vows to boost IDs of remains of missing war dead

November 29, 2015 HONOLULU — The Pentagon agency that recovers missing American war dead said it plans to more than double this fiscal year the number of identifications it made last year — possibly fulfilling for th... more »»

Supreme Court justice blocks Native Hawaiian vote count

November 28, 2015 HONOLULU — A U.S. Supreme Court justice on Friday issued a temporary stay blocking the counting of votes in an election that would be a significant step toward Native Hawaiian self-governance. more »»



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