The effort to target Rep. Ed Case is another sign that the left is taking a proactive approach to passing key bills.
The Haiku Stairs have been a controversial tourist destination for decades, although they've been officially closed to trekkers since 1987.
Hawaii and Idaho are preparing to ration care as COVID-19 cases continue to surge, straining hospitals.
Mounting coronavirus cases are straining hospitals and causing the states to take drastic measures.
Chloe Mrozak, 24, allegedly skipped Hawaii's 10-day quarantine mandate for unvaccinated visitors by flashing the fake card at the airport in Honolulu.
Gov. David Ige wants to curtail travel to Hawaii through the end of October.
No one believed Joshua Spriestersbach — not even his various public defenders — until a hospital psychiatrist finally listened.
Hawaii's Carissa Moore was one of two surfers to win the first-ever Olympic gold medals for surfing. Brazil's Italo Ferreira won the gold for the men's division.
Advocates in Hawaii say the pandemic has underscored the importance of collecting and reporting racial data.
The U.S. Coast Guard rescued both crew members.
Sheri Gouveia was filming her daughter Anela Rezentes frolicking at Oahu's Kalama Beach when the shark began thrashing around her.
The Korean American actor explained that the difference in pay between him and his white co-stars, Alex O'Loughlin and Scott Caan, was "significant."
There were no weapons recovered at the scene where police killed a teenager.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is reporting two COVID-19 outbreaks that originated in fitness center classes.
Improper mask use, poor ventilation, and staff and guests failing to stay home when ill may have contributed to outbreaks linked to gyms in Illinois and Hawaii.
"I'm so stoked!" Makua Rothman said after conquering a monstrous breaker.
An earthquake hit after the volcano eruption but no significant damage is expected.
The Hawaii Democrat is pushing a bill to bar schools from receiving federal funding if they allow transgender girls to compete in women’s sports.
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The man and woman were charged with second-degree reckless endangerment, Hawaii police said.