Officials don’t know when the Kuhio Highway, smothered by mud and debris, will be completely reopened. Meanwhile, the state will speed up a $33 million plan to rebuild a series of old bridges.
Many other rail transit systems rely on special sales taxes to pay what passenger fares don’t cover.
After more than a decade of planning, construction could begin this month on a commercial center — or it might not.
Beachgoers respond favorably when a nonprofit offers to swap their products containing oxybenzone for other sunscreens considered reef-safe.
Any real change to the system will require a major political realignment of the one-party state.
He’s the second person sentenced this month in connection with a bogus promotion for a Stevie Wonder performance.
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.
A new report by the Food Research & Action Center shows Hawaii near the bottom in terms of serving an after-school supper to low-income students.
Updated: It would be the first state to prohibit the use of sunscreen containing ingredients that scientists say harm sea life.
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