Insurance May Not Be Enough For Some Marco Polo Condo Owners

After the deadly Honolulu high-rise fire, some banks say they are also offering help to meet mortgage payments.

Hirono’s Up For Re-Election Next Year But Schatz Has Twice The Cash

Campaign finance reports show Hawaii’s U.S. senators have far different totals on hand, but Hirono did raise $400,000 from April to June.

Honolulu City Council May Seek Crackdown On Waikiki ‘Floatilla’ Events

Councilman Trevor Ozawa wants the state to ban offshore alcohol use and disorderly behavior at holiday weekend events.

Native Hawaiians Not Very Healthy, National Study Finds

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention takes the first national look at the health of Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders.

Police Commissioners Clash Over ‘Unconstitutional’ Secret Hearings

Despite vehement objections from a former federal prosecutor and retired supreme court justice, the commission voted to hold hearings behind closed doors.

Gabbard Rakes In Far More Campaign Cash Than Hanabusa

The latest federal campaign finance reports indicate very different strategies by Hawaii’s congresswomen, and reinforce the notion Hanabusa may run for governor.

Neal Milner: Trump, Caldwell And Ige Took Different Paths To Unpopularity

The president, the mayor and the governor have divergent stories, but they’ve ended up in the same political place: the dumps.

Foreign Student Spending in Hawaii Decreases By 25 Percent

“This is not only a Hawaii phenomenon, this is a national phenomenon,” says a state researcher.

Human Rights Petition Sent For Hawaii Fishermen

The complaint cites human rights violations against foreign workers in Hawaii’s longline fishing fleet.

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