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Of nine measures before the Legislature, one is advancing while another is set to be heard this week.
Measures before the Hawaii Legislature would create a unit for graduate student assistants employed at the University of Hawaii.
A bill would prohibit propagating, cultivating or farming genetically engineered fish in state marine waters.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rejected Monsanto’s motion to dismiss an appeal by the SHAKA Movement.
Malaekahana State Recreational Area reopened last October after extensive renovations.
The Senate is considering a bill to allow judges to order some defendants to stay at a homeless shelter.
A measure before Hawaii lawmakers calls for penalties and fines for capturing or killing the creatures within state marine waters.
Hawaii lawmakers have advanced legislation that requires large agribusinesses to disclose what pesticides they spray on their crops.
The Hawaii senator is flush with cash to run for re-election. Rep. Gabbard has $1.5 million.
Christine Sheppard developed cancer after eight years of using the herbicide Roundup.
A legislative proposal would provide the University of Hawaii with funds to study the effect sunscreen has on coral reefs.
Neighbor island legislators ask Gov. Ige not to sign off on a proposed state Department of Health rule change.
The Hawaii senator’s proposal called for phasing out fossil-fuel tax benefits.
Roughly 45 percent of high school grads didn’t fill out an application for federal student aid in 2014.
The Oregon man was found unresponsive off of the south shore.
Injured reservists are being denied full educational benefits due to a wording technicality. Gabbard is co-sponsoring a solution.
A bill to extend the life of the state’s “return-to-home” program for the homeless languishes at the Capitol.
The Honolulu mayor has far more cash on hand than potential rivals Ernie Martin, Peter Carlisle and Duke Aiona.
A new ranking of restaurants offering pre-flight options says choices are also bad at Washington Reagan and LAX.
Instead, terms like “Asian American” would be used, according to a proposal from Sen. Mazie Hirono.
The Hawaii Attorney General’s Office is warning residents to be wary of suspicious emails.
Four new types of algae were found deep in the ocean off of the northwestern Hawaiian islands.
The city’s $6.6 billion commuter rail line, which is currently under construction, is already over budget and behind schedule.
A new analysis by WalletHub shows Hawaii ranks near the bottom among all states in most gun-related measures.
The virus is suspected to cause birth defects and is spreading rapidly across Latin America.