The U.S. military increasingly sees illegal fishing as a national security threat and has China’s vast government-subsidized fleet in its sights.
Putting community engagement at the heart of police reforms undoubtedly is a stride in the right direction. But officers need support for their work, too.
The pandemic and political upheaval of the past two years have changed Gen Z’s definitions of hope, fear and success.
Six months into the state’s vaccine campaign, the next hurdle is overcoming vaccine hesitancy in the younger community, local clinic leaders say.
On Friday, Hawaii’s dominant carrier apologized to customers unable to book flights either on line or by phone.
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The same warrior mentality that electrified all of us on the football field was also Colt Brennan’s downfall off the field. Could we have done more to help him?
Hawaii’s 2021 legislative session showed that such testimony works and that the public likes it.
The good news is the hard-charging politician is willing to help HART. The weird thing is how it happened.
On the latest with the Weed and Seed program, police officer-involved shootings and restoring trust to the city’s prosecuting attorney’s office.
The labor force has been reduced by workers leaving the state and staying home to supervise children and avoid potential exposure to the virus.
Federal relief money enabled Hawaii to offer summer school for free this year to help students overcome pandemic-related setbacks.
Gov. David Ige said he believes it’s too soon to lift mask mandates because “it’s impossible to determine who’s vaccinated and who’s not vaccinated.”
UPDATED: Two incidents on state highways accounted for more than $1 million in settlements the state entered in 2020.
I nā makahiki 1960 i hoʻomaka ai ʻo Hawaiʻi e kaukaʻi i ka hoʻopae ʻana mai i ka ʻai. Inā hoʻi nāna e hoʻolako i ka ʻai nona ponoʻī iho, manaʻo nā mea ʻike loa e pono ana ke lawelawe hou ʻia nā pono kahiko a hoʻohana ʻia nā mea paʻahana hou.
Rail authority CEO Lori Kahikina provided no details, but said she believes public interest in riding the train is still high.
Hawaii kicked off the next phase of its COVID-19 vaccine campaign to include preteens.
The QAnon universe lives on – now largely through involvement in local, not national, Republican politics.
HSTA Vice President Osa Tui Jr., registrar at McKinley High, will take the helm of the union in July.
The review board, which has not met in more than a year, now plans to meet monthly and review up to three cases of deadly force every month.
The former congresswoman had lined up a consulting gig that could have been worth nearly $1 million. But the deal raised many concerns including by contract experts.