- Honolulu schools to let kids with lice stay in class Updated: May-28-16 2:39 pm
HONOLULU - Honolulu students who get lice next year can stay in schools that are included in a new education department policy.
- Dozens of Hawaii schools serving free meals over summer Updated: May-27-16 9:12 pm
HONOLULU - Free meals will be served to children at around 70 public schools across the Hawaiian islands over the summer.
- Hawaiian Airlines: Expect longer security waits this weekend Updated: May-26-16 11:04 pm
HONOLULU - Hawaiian Airlines says travelers should expect even longer wait times than usual at Honolulu International Airport over the busy holiday weekend.
- US Rep. Mark Takai will not seek re-election due to cancer Updated: May-20-16 1:51 am
HONOLULU - U.S. Rep. Mark Takai has announced he will not seek a second term in Congress due to health problems.
- Board changes Hawaii teacher evaluation policy Updated: May-19-16 9:12 am
HONOLULU - Hawaii teachers will no longer have their performance evaluations directly tied to students' standardized testing scores under a change approved by state education officials.
- Hawaii aims to be 1st to help farmers get certified organic Updated: May-10-16 10:49 am
WAIMANALO, Hawaii - On a farm tucked under a lush Hawaii mountainside, Sean Anderson tends passion fruit, kale and salad greens - using only what nature provides.
- Hawaii plans to take up police reform, health care in 2017 Updated: May-05-16 10:16 pm
HONOLULU - The 2016 Hawaii legislative session has ended, and Hawaii lawmakers have passed dozens of bills including those to ban sex trafficking and combat homelessness.
- Hawaii allocates $12M to tackle homelessness crisis Updated: May-05-16 7:08 pm
HONOLULU - Hawaii lawmakers set aside more money to tackle the highest rate of homelessness in the nation - a crisis that has left families with children living on sidewalks alongside the beaches of paradise.
- Judge rules in favor of state in Hawaiian immersion lawsuit Updated: May-04-16 10:32 pm
HONOLULU - The state attorney general says a judge has ruled that the Hawaii Department of Education didn't violate the state constitution by not making a Hawaiian language immersion program available for students on Lanai.
- Hawaii legislature passing dozens of bills in final week Updated: May-03-16 11:46 pm
HONOLULU - After years of dealing with sweltering classrooms where classroom teachers spritzed their students with water to keep them cool, the Hawaii Legislature has approved $100 million to cool 1,000 classrooms throughout the state.
- The Latest: Hawaii OKs bills on mental health, prison, guns Updated: May-03-16 11:06 pm
HONOLULU - The Latest on the Hawaii Legislature passing dozens of bills ahead of a legislative deadline (all times local):
- Hawaii's $13.7B budget funds housing, health, schools Updated: May-03-16 8:11 pm
HONOLULU - Hawaii lawmakers have passed the state's $13.7 billion budget for 2017, providing funding for affordable housing development, new classroom facilities and the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands.
- Jury: School failed to protect girl who says she was raped Updated: May-03-16 1:01 am
HONOLULU - Hawaii's public school system failed to protect a special education student who says she was raped by a classmate, a jury determined Monday.