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Nathan Eagle

Judge Narrows Case in Honolulu Rail Lawsuit

Judge Narrows Case in Honolulu Rail Lawsuit

Hawaii court ruling reduces recreational and historical site claims.
Teachers’ Labor Board Case Nears End As Contract Vote Begins

Teachers’ Labor Board Case Nears End As Contract Vote Begins

Abercrombie won't have to testify in HSTA case against state.
Djou: I’m the Only Person to Vote Myself into War

Djou: I’m the Only Person to Vote Myself into War

UPDATED Former U.S. representative touts record in Congress and Afghanistan.
Taken For A Ride: Bus Cuts Loom As Students Head For Summer Break

Taken For A Ride: Bus Cuts Loom As Students Head For Summer Break

Hawaii education officials to scrutinize which bus routes to cut.
Cayetano: I Cut Income Taxes

Cayetano: I Cut Income Taxes

Former governor says he wishes he could have cut taxes even more.
HSTA President Okabe in Labor Board’s Hot Seat

HSTA President Okabe in Labor Board’s Hot Seat

Attorneys ask him about negotiations process, contract laws.
Grabauskas: Debt Ate 30% of Boston Transit Budget

Grabauskas: Debt Ate 30% of Boston Transit Budget

New rail chief touts wisdom of Honolulu's "house with no mortgage."
Unofficial Results: Okabe Wins HSTA Election

Unofficial Results: Okabe Wins HSTA Election

Daugherty says low turnout helped give incumbent president another term.
Hawaii Race to the Top: ‘Not Out of the Woods Yet’

Hawaii Race to the Top: ‘Not Out of the Woods Yet’

Status is still high risk, but feds give Hawaii a positive message.
What’s Behind HSTA’s Change of Heart?

What’s Behind HSTA’s Change of Heart?

Hawaii school officials say it's about more than saving Race to the Top money.
HSTA: Breakthrough in Stalled Negotiations

HSTA: Breakthrough in Stalled Negotiations

UPDATED Hawaii teachers will vote again on contract, union says.