- Hospital privatization paused as union fights ruling Updated: May-22-16 4:00 pm
WAILUKU, Hawaii - Privatizing three public hospitals is on hold as a union fights a lower court's ruling.
- Maui settles police age discrimination lawsuit for $24K Updated: May-10-16 7:57 pm
WAILUKU, Hawaii - Maui County will pay $24,000 to settle a lawsuit claiming the police department discriminated against a 45-year-old officer applicant.
- Cattle grazing, biofuel crops could replace sugar production Updated: May-07-16 4:22 pm
WAILUKU, Hawaii - Hawaii company Alexander & Baldwin is considering cattle grazing and crops used to make biofuels as it phases out sugar production at the state's last sugar plantation.
- Police suspect Maui man murdered ex-wife, then shot himself Updated: May-06-16 3:30 pm
WAILUKU, Hawaii - Maui police are investigating the deaths of a man and his ex-wife as a murder-suicide.
- Police: Student sold LSD from East Stroudsburg dorm room Updated: May-06-16 2:51 pm
EAST STROUDSBURG, Pennsylvania - Authorities say a student has confessed to buying LSD from a secretive site on the Internet, then selling the drugs from his East Stroudsburg University dorm room.
- Institute of Hawaiian Music earns 2 nominations for CD Updated: May-03-16 9:16 am
WAILUKU, Hawaii - A Maui-based program that provides students with an opportunity to study under award-winning musicians has been nominated for two Na Hoku Hanohano awards.
- Kauai County considers plan to reduce island's carbon output Updated: Apr-30-16 3:41 pm
LIHUE, Hawaii - Kauai officials are looking to decrease the island's effect on the environment by limiting carbon output.
- Thick crowds of sunrise watchers pose risk at Haleakala Updated: Apr-24-16 1:55 pm
WAILUKU, Hawaii - The National Park Service wants to manage safety and resource protection concerns as growing crowds of people compete for space to watch the sunrise at the Haleakala summit.