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Gabbard Chides Obama Over Syria Plan

The congresswoman from Hawaii says plan to train and equip moderates has been a “complete and utter failure.”

Council Laments Fishery’s Early Closure

Wespac blames “arbitrary quotas” for hurting commercial fishing business.

Gas on Molokai $4.27 a Gallon

The Hawaii average is currently $2.88 for regular unleaded.

DLNR Names New Head of Parks Division

Longtime Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources employee will head the State Parks Division.

Ige Administration Still Opposes NextEra Deal

New filings to the PUC detail additional concerns of three state agencies regarding the merger of Hawaiian Electric and NextEra Energy.

Tsunami Warning System Gets A Boost

Hawaii Sen. Brian Schatz has been pushing for improvements in monitoring technology and tsunami research.

Battleship Museums Team Up

The USS Missouri serves as a museum in Pearl Harbor, while the Yamato didn’t survive World War II.

Reps Oppose Planned Parenthood Panel

House Republicans want to investigate the medical procedures and business practices of the family planning group.

Hawaii Senators: ‘Nay’ on Defense Bill

The $612 billion National Defense Authorization Act may be headed for an Obama veto.

Monk Seals Doing Better in NWHI, Feds Say

NOAA team returns from field trip to the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands.

More People Cheat on Drug Tests in Hawaii

Data from workplace drug tests show positive results for marijuana and methamphetamine use have decreased.

Asia-Pacific Center Renamed for Inouye

As part of its 20th anniversary celebration, the Honolulu center is renamed the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies

NWS: Hurricane Oho No Threat to Hawaii

Hurricane Oho is passing east of the islands while gaining strength.

Honolulu Drivers Can’t Get No Satisfaction

Feeling miserable behind the wheel? You should, according to the navigation app Waze.

Hawaiian Election Deadline Oct. 15

That’s the last chance for Native Hawaiians to register to vote in the election of delegates to a constitutional convention.

Koko Crater: A Little Less Sting

A “bee infestation” is removed on southeast Oahu’s volcanic landmark, making it a slightly less hazardous hike.

Did Hawaii Lead to Pro Golfer’s Undoing?

Robert Allenby talks about how the fallout from a much-publicized night of drinking in Honolulu has affected his golf game.

Hawaii Has a New Sheriff in Town

The Department of Public Safety has appointed Renee Sonobe Hong to lead the Sheriff Division.

You Don’t Want To Find This on an Airplane

This woman reached into the seat pocket in front of her. Here’s what she found. Yuck.

Another Waianae Outreach Worker Charged

Hawaii’s attorney general files felony theft charges against a third former employee for diverting state funds.

Schatz Joins Effort to Streamline Visas

Bipartisan bill would make it easier for some foreighn tourists to visit US.

Tourism Money to Fly Away the Homeless

The Institute for Human Services receives $125,000 from the Hawaii Lodging and Tourism Association to expand its program that flies homeless people back to the mainland.

Governor’s Office Goes Paperless

The Hawaii governor has signed about 1,180 departmental documents since taking office last December.

Congress Averts Government Shutdown

All four members of Hawaii’s delegation vote to keep federal operations funded until Dec. 11.

Online Travel Firms Owe Hawaii $53.1M

Supreme Court had ruled last March that the firms owed back taxes. Now they know how much.