Hawaiian Lawmakers Fight Back Against 'Aloha Poke'Lawmakers in Hawaii are fighting back against a Chicago restaurant chain that trademarked the name "Aloha Poke".
Hawaii Weighs First-In-Nation Plastic Bans At RestaurantsThe liberal state has a history of prioritizing the environment — it's mandated renewable energy use and prohibited sunscreen ingredients that harm coral.
Passengers Injured During Hawaii Lava Boat Tour File Suit After Illinois Woman Sues Tour CompanyA group of sightseers injured by a "lava bomb" during a boat tour in Hawaii have filed a lawsuit.
Will County Couple Survives Hawaii Helicopter Crash After Woman Grabs ControlsA newly engaged couple from Will County survived a helicopter crash in Hawaii, after 35-year-old Carli McConaughy grabbed the controls when the pilot passed out.
Hurricane Lane: Category 2 Storm Bringing 'Catastrophic Flooding' To HawaiiHurricane Lane dipped from a powerful Category 3 storm to a still-strong Category 2 on Friday as it churned slowly north-northwest near the Hawaiian Islands.
Hurricane Lane Is The Biggest Weather Threat To Hawaii In DecadesIt could be so devastating that authorities are urging residents to set aside two weeks' worth of food and water.
Hawaii Residents Brace Themselves As Hurricane StrengthensThe National Weather Service said that Hurricane Lane had become a Category 5 hurricane, which means that it is likely to cause catastrophic damage.
Hawaii To Ban Sale Of Sunscreens With Coral-Harming Chemicals"This is just one small step toward protecting and restoring the resiliency of Hawaii's reefs."
Explosions At Hawaii's Kilauea Summit Keep Producing Magnitude 5.3 QuakesFor the seventh time in eight days, an explosion at the Kilauea summit on Hawaii's Big Island erupted Thursday morning with a force equivalent to an earthquake of magnitude 5.3 or higher, according to the US Geological Survey.
Video Shows Explosions As Ocean Waves Hit Molten Lava On Hawaii CoastThe combination sends up a cloud of steam, hot water and tephra, or "molten splatter," according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
'A Lot Of Tears': Lava Destroys As Many As 700 Homes In HawaiiThere is "a lot of desperation out there. A lot of tears. A lot of, 'What now?'" said Big Island Mayor Harry Kim.