A company points to a 2012 state law as it sues for the right to sell its coffee beans and cigars on agricultural land.
Luella Costales complained about a lack of diversity among members of a panel that scored the written exams of candidates.
A researcher analyzed drownings over 42 years. The beach with the most fatalities isn’t considered the most hazardous.
Even KITV’s news director acknowledged ethical concerns about having the station’s journalists take part in sponsored cruises.
It’s hard to take Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un seriously. Still, the state is right to add a nuclear attack to the lists of disasters we must plan for.
Merchants in this east Honolulu community figure if they want to make the neighborhood more attractive, they’ll have to do it themselves.
The chemical dicamba appears to have caused widespread crop damage on the mainland but in Hawaii you can’t even find out whether it’s being used or where.
The Hawaii senator opposed legislation that could have led to halting military force not specifically authorized by Congress.
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