Hawaii Politics & Government
The Hawaii Supreme Court rules that a man photographing people with his birds should not have been convicted.
The honor comes from a national organization called the Association of State Correctional Administrators.
None have been scheduled for the U.S. Senate race. Meanwhile, two TV forums are set for the Takai-Djou contest.
Hawaii enacted its own law just this year, prohibiting disclosing videos or images of nude people or sex without consent.
The Democrat running for Hawaii governor said in a recent debate that Las Vegas leaves locals "disappointed."
New survey says it's red, as is the trend nationally.
It's the city where he was born and where he mostly grew up.
Meanwhile, the Abercrombie administration is appealing FEMA's rejection of storm relief request.
"Extreme" domestic violence case raises questions about policies, procedures for handling criminal actions involving cops.
Roger Christie checks into a halfway house in Honolulu, vows to continue fight for cannabis use.
Meantime, Politico includes Abercrombie and Hanabusa among biggest primary "losers."
UPDATED: Some Kakaako residents oppose the secrecy and proposed raise.
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