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  1. Maui security guard loses fingertip in scuffle with belligerent man

    02.24 / 10:06 hawaiinewsnow.com Hawaiinewsnow.com - Hawaii (HI)
    A Maui Mall security officer confronted a troublemaker on Monday, and in turn, lost the tip of her…
  2. Maui security guard loses fingertip in scuffle with intoxicated man

    02.24 / 09:00 hawaiinewsnow.com Hawaiinewsnow.com - Hawaii (HI)
    A Maui Mall security officer confronted a troublemaker on Monday, and in turn, lost the tip of her…
  3. Filipino WWII vet's family first to arrive in Hawaii under new program

    02.24 / 07:51 hawaiinewsnow.com Hawaiinewsnow.com - Hawaii (HI)
    When Jesus Milla was able to move from the Philippines to Hawaii, one of the first things he did was to start the process of bringing the rest of his family. More than two decades later, they're finally…
  4. Kona paddleboarder films "amazing" close encounter with tiger shark

    02.24 / 06:44 hawaiinewsnow.com Hawaiinewsnow.com - Hawaii (HI)
    Ever since she moved to Hawaii Island from Mexico nearly two years ago, Alexis Iacuzzo says she's been hoping -- unlike most others probably would -- to encounter a tiger shark in the open ocean. Earlier this week, her wish was…
  5. UH tuition cap could limit financial burden for parents, students

    02.24 / 04:35 hawaiinewsnow.com Hawaiinewsnow.com - Hawaii (HI)
    Lawmakers want to block the University of Hawaii from making future tuition hikes, saying rising tuition at the state's only public university system is becoming unbearable for Hawaii's families.  "Higher education is slowly becoming out of their reach. One of the reasons we're seeing the decline in enrollment is the tuition rates," said State Sen. Kai Kahele.  Kahele, the Chair of the Senate Committee on Higher Education, says he's a proud product of the…
  6. Malaysia says VX nerve agent used in killing of North Korean

    02.24 / 04:35 hawaiinewsnow.com Hawaiinewsnow.com - Hawaii (HI)
    After more than a week of silence in its state-controlled media, North Korea slammed the investigation into the death of one of its citizens in Kuala Lumpur, saying Malaysia's probe is full of "holes and…
  7. Taxi companies accuse Uber, Lyft of not paying millions in excise taxes

    02.24 / 04:35 hawaiinewsnow.com Hawaiinewsnow.com - Hawaii (HI)
    Two measures moving through the state legislature would require both taxi and ridesharing drivers to display general excise tax certificates in their cars, an effort to force drivers on both sides to pay the…
  8. State looks to bolster lead poisoning surveillance in Hawaii kids

    02.24 / 04:35 hawaiinewsnow.com Hawaiinewsnow.com - Hawaii (HI)
    Some 140 Hawaii children tested positive for dangerously-high levels of lead in their systems over the five-year period ending in 2015, newly-compiled state figures…
  9. Vendors upset over sudden closure of Kam Swap Meet

    02.24 / 03:33 hawaiinewsnow.com Hawaiinewsnow.com - Hawaii (HI)
    The Kam Swap Meet is closing for good on March 5th, and long-time vendors are upset that they weren't given more time to make other plans before the…
  10. Malaysia says VX nerve agent used in killing of N.Korean

    02.24 / 02:30 hawaiinewsnow.com Hawaiinewsnow.com - Hawaii (HI)
    After more than a week of silence in its state-controlled media, North Korea slammed the investigation into the death of one of its citizens in Kuala Lumpur, saying Malaysia's probe is full of "holes and…
  11. Tour bus fatally strikes 65-year-old woman on her birthday

    02.24 / 02:30 hawaiinewsnow.com Hawaiinewsnow.com - Hawaii (HI)
    A tour bus fatally struck a 65-year-old Honolulu woman Thursday morning near Ala Moana…
  12. Hawaii grocery shoppers raise enough to feed 500 for a year

    02.24 / 01:21 hawaiinewsnow.com Hawaiinewsnow.com - Hawaii (HI)
    Grocery shoppers donated more than $227,000 to the Hawaii Foodbank's annual "Check-Out Hunger" campaign from November to January, the food bank announced…
  13. Mayor 'deeply disturbed' over incident between cop and teen

    02.24 / 01:21 hawaiinewsnow.com Hawaiinewsnow.com - Hawaii (HI)
    Dozens of people, including children, were arrested early Thursday after clashing with Southern California police outside a home where a Los Angeles policeman fired a single round during an off-duty tussle with a 13-year-old…
  14. Maui Land & Pineapple posts 4Q profit

    02.24 / 01:21 hawaiinewsnow.com Hawaiinewsnow.com - Hawaii (HI)
    Maui Land & Pineapple Co. (MLP) on Wednesday reported fourth-quarter net income of $7.4 million, after reporting a loss in the same period a year…
  15. White House expects Justice crackdown on legalized marijuana

    02.24 / 01:21 hawaiinewsnow.com Hawaiinewsnow.com - Hawaii (HI)
    White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer says the Justice Department may crack down on states that have legalized recreational…
  16. Study: Global warming is shrinking river vital to 40M people

    02.24 / 00:18 hawaiinewsnow.com Hawaiinewsnow.com - Hawaii (HI)
    Scientists say global warming is shrinking the most important waterway in the American Southwest and could reduce the flow by more than a third by the end of the…
  17. Law aimed at protecting military children is tested just weeks after being signed

    02.24 / 00:18 hawaiinewsnow.com Hawaiinewsnow.com - Hawaii (HI)
    Talia's Law, which was signed by President Barrack Obama on December 23, 2015, is being tested after the infant son of a Schofield soldier died.Hawaii News Now has learned that the Honolulu Police Department, not the Army, made the initial call to the state's Child Protective Services agency after the 2-month-old boy was taken to Wahiawa General Hospital on Jan.…
  18. Fishermen at odds over impact of Trump executive order

    02.24 / 00:18 hawaiinewsnow.com Hawaiinewsnow.com - Hawaii (HI)
    Fishing groups are divided over whether President Donald Trump's "one in, two out" approach to federal regulations will benefit their industry, harm it or affect it at…
  19. Dakota Access oil pipeline camp cleared of protesters

    02.23 / 23:04 hawaiinewsnow.com Hawaiinewsnow.com - Hawaii (HI)
    North Dakota's governor says a few dozen Dakota Access pipeline protesters still occupying a sprawling encampment on federal land will have another chance to leave peacefully…
  20. Conservatives urged not to 'squander' Trump presidency

    02.23 / 23:04 hawaiinewsnow.com Hawaiinewsnow.com - Hawaii (HI)
    President Donald Trump's top aides on Thursday delivered one overriding message to the thousands of conservative activists gathered for their annual conference outside of Washington: Don't blow…