The Local News Hawaii’s tourism industry alarmed at state plan to prepare for North Korean missile attack 2017-07-21T09:36:10.000000000-07:00 Hawaii's tourism industry is worried that visitors might be scared away by the state Emergency Management Agency, which is making plans to educate residents and visitors about what to do in the event of a North Korean missile attack. No dye: Cancer patients’ gray hair darkened on immune drugs 2017-07-21T08:27:12.000000000-07:00 CHICAGO (AP) — Cancer patients’ gray hair unexpectedly turned youthfully dark while taking novel drugs, and it has doctors scratching their heads. Chemotherapy is notorious for making hair fall out, but the 14 patients involved were all being treated with new immunotherapy drugs that work differe... Fined under WA’s new anti-distracted driving law? Here’s where your money will go 2017-07-21T06:00:00.000000000-07:00 First-time offenders will pay $136, and each ticket within five years after that will cost $234. Those totals, like other traffic fines, include fees for various programs, ranging from trauma care to vehicle-theft prevention. Put down that cellphone; Distracted-driving law is here 2017-07-21T06:00:00.000000000-07:00 Washington state’s new distracted-driving law goes into effect Sunday. Here’s what you need to know to avoid a ticket. Port of Seattle commission races: a look at the 15 candidates vying for 3 spots 2017-07-21T06:00:00.000000000-07:00 Incumbents John Creighton and Stephanie Bowman are looking to retain their seats, while an open spot on the commission has attracted eight candidates. Possible melted fuel seen for first time at Fukushima plant 2017-07-21T05:43:10.000000000-07:00 TOKYO (AP) — An underwater robot captured images of solidified lava-like rocks Friday inside a damaged reactor at Japan’s crippled Fukushima nuclear plant, spotting for the first time what is believed to be nuclear fuel that melted six years ago. Plant operator Tokyo Electric Power Co. said the r... Only a quarter of Washington school-board races are contested 2017-07-21T05:00:00.000000000-07:00 Across the state, a quarter of the more than 700 school-board seats have more than one candidate. Only 44 — about 6 percent — have three or more candidates, according to the Washington State School Directors’ Association. Killing of Cecil’s son highlights peril facing African lions 2017-07-21T02:50:06.000000000-07:00 JOHANNESBURG (AP) — First there was Cecil, a Zimbabwean lion whose allegedly illegal killing by an American hunter in 2015 ignited international outrage. Now Cecil’s son Xanda has been legally killed in the same area, bringing fresh scrutiny on the “trophy” hunting of a species whose numbers in t... Blame flies as Washington Legislature adjourns 3rd special session 2017-07-20T23:12:55.000000000-07:00 Amid disagreements and accusations of game-playing, a two-year capital budget that would have spent more than $4 billion on projects across the state failed to get through. King County sheriff to lobby for body cameras 2017-07-20T21:59:30.000000000-07:00 King County sheriff John Urquhart says he plans to “push hard” to get county officials to equip his deputies with body cameras.