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Hawaii School Superintendent Gets High Marks In Year 2

Christina Kishimoto received a positive evaluation from the state Board of Education.

Kealohas On Trial: Conspiracy Or Just A ‘Conspiracy Theory’?

Opening statements kicked off one of the largest public corruption cases in Hawaii history Wednesday, the first of what could be three trials facing the former HPD chief and his prosecutor wife.

Kauai: As Crowds Grow, Tourists Will Start Paying to Visit The Most Popular Parks

The Department of Land and Natural Resources also hopes to cut in half the number of daily visitors to Haena State Park and its famed beaches and trails.

NOAA Forecasts As Many As Eight Central Pacific Cyclones In 2019

UPDATED: Hawaii and the region could see another above-normal hurricane and tropical storm season, with ocean waters warmer than last year and protective wind shears weaker.

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Thirty Meter Telescope Offers Hope For Hawaii’s Future www.tmt.org

Thirty Meter Telescope Offers Hope For Hawaii’s Future

The project is about creating jobs, respecting and preserving culture, and exploring the universe.

Shortfalls Of The 2019 Legislative Session Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Shortfalls Of The 2019 Legislative Session

If we cease to act, innovate and capitalize on our strategic advantages, potential opportunities will leave our islands.

Preservation Land Should Not Be Rezoned For Profit Kau'i Pratt-Aquino

Preservation Land Should Not Be Rezoned For Profit

A proposed development in Kaneohe has some longtime residents upset.

The Injustice of Disability-Based Subminimum Wages Flickr: Dan Kamminga

The Injustice of Disability-Based Subminimum Wages

People with disabilities have organized in a quest for liberation from second-class citizen status.