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Hawaii's private QHP exchange may still be a mess, but there's great news out of the Medicaid side: Over 48,000 new enrollees since October 1st.
As visitor arrivals and expenditures leveled off in the second half of 2013, businesses need to focus on "elevating the experiential elements" that are unique to Hawaii in order to stay competitive with other destinations that may be less expensive, island tourism leaders were told Thursday.
"You always give the first catch of the day back to the sea," Andrew says as he leads us down to the shore.
Cars pass in front of the federal building housing U.S. District Court in Honolulu on Friday, March 7, 2014.
The Vava II, a superyacht, arrived in Kailua Bay earlier this week. The vessel measures more than 315 feet in length.
Morris, a part-Hawaiian, traced his ancestry to British sea captain Samuel Dowsett, who settled in Hawaii in 1828, and Hawaiian Princess Keikipauahi.
The Office of Hawaiian Affairs is asking the Native Hawaiian Role to reopen, which would allow Native Hawaiians who have not registered to participate in the creation of a governing entity.
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The Honolulu DWI Court celebrated its first graduate on Thursday, March 6, before presiding District Court Judge David Lo.
The Hawaii State Bar Association is calling the governor's state Supreme Court nominee "unqualified."
Students and community members work Tuesday on the Mele Mural on Kahilu Theatre in Waimea.
March 6, 1984: Self-employed Waimea man Michael O'Kieffe announces he will seek the newly formed state House of Representatives Sixth District seat.
The popular festival has been going for 22 years and draws up to 90,000 spectators.
Hawaii has seen a spike in Medicaid enrollment since eligibility was expanded under the federal Affordable Care Act, with more than 48,000 new enrollees since October.
A Keaau couple reported being the target of three telephone scams within two weeks.
Hawaii is the only state in the union with two official languages and representative chose to speak Hawaiian over English during her comments at the State Capitol.