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Letters: We Need To Help Our Children

The state Department of Education and its practices caught readers’ attention this past week. So did the Kauai storm.

Lifeline To Kauai’s North Shore Must Be Rebuilt Now, Relocated Later

UPDATED: Officials expect to reopen one lane for emergency access on the damaged Kuhio Highway by May 7.

How Will Honolulu Pay To Run Rail Once It’s Built? The City Still Doesn’t Know

Many other rail transit systems rely on special sales taxes to pay what passenger fares don’t cover.

Big Island: Saving Reefs One Sunscreen Container At A Time

Beachgoers respond favorably when a nonprofit offers to swap their products containing oxybenzone for other sunscreens considered reef-safe.

Here’s Why The Weather Experts Didn’t See The Kauai Storm Coming

The rain-laden system was hard to track because it wasn’t large-scale, like a tropical storm. And Hawaii weather is just hard to predict.

Community Voices

Why Honolulu Rail Will Be A Moot Point Flickr: Jaguar MENA

Why Honolulu Rail Will Be A Moot Point

Automated vehicles are the way of the future.

Tom Yamachika: Bills Transform Like Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Flickr: Docking Bay 93

Tom Yamachika: Bills Transform Like Mighty Morphin Power Rangers

The Hawaii Legislature proposes new drafts to bills with no public notice and allows no testimony.

Lowering The Voting Age Should Be Our Next Great Cause Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Lowering The Voting Age Should Be Our Next Great Cause

Issues such as the minimum wage, school safety and sexual harassment require expanding our electorate.

Hawaii Democrats Have Failed Criminal Justice Reform

Hawaii Democrats Have Failed Criminal Justice Reform

Any real change to the system will require a major political realignment of the one-party state.