The State Warning Point issued the mobile alert in error after someone "pressed the wrong button" during a shift change.
The goal is to help caregivers stay in the workforce for as long as they want to, while still helping their loved one live as healthy and independent a life as possible.
The Aloha State continues to push back against President Trump’s retreat from the Paris Agreement with aggressive climate benchmarks.
Officials said if the building had sprinklers, it’s likely no one would have died.
As record-breaking high tides overwhelm the Hawaiian islands, people are getting a preview of what life will be like in the decades to come.
New Chief Resilience Officer Josh Stanbro’s résumé makes him well equipped to confront shocks and stresses like climate change, homelessness and natural disasters.
The state is asking the Department of Defense to help it prepare for a nuclear attack, amid escalating tensions between the United States and North Korea.
The latest Gallup-Healthways Well-Being was based on more than 177,000 interviews with adults across all 50 states.
Government agencies scattered across seven islands make delivering services to residents a challenge that electronic signatures help alleviate.
Health officials say 168 people have been sickened by the virus, which they linked to tainted scallops at the Genki Sushi restaurant chain.
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The Aloha State joins four others in challenging the industry.
The state's Supreme Court has vacated a permit for the Thirty Meter Telescope.
Hawaii is raising its legal smoking age to 21, and nearly a dozen other states have considered it to deter young people from starting to smoke.
States are making medical marijuana registries and certification more efficient.
Some state legislators are pushing state pension funds to divest millions from the coal and oil industries, but pension administrators are worried about the bottom line.
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