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Some residents ask whether campaign contributions and a job factored into Ernie Martin’s support for a controversial Pupukea project.
Canopy arms, meant to anchor the sail-like fabric covers for the stations, were already plagued with design and construction problems. Then, they started cracking.
At look at the payrolls of the State Auditor’s Office, Ethics Commission and Ombudsman’s Office
The revised Endangered Species Act regulations flabbergasted environmentalists who are concerned about warding off more extinctions.
We must restore long abused soils to the fertile agriculture lands they once were.
There is no greater tribute to humankind than an eye to the stars and a hope for humanity.
In Hawaii, most patients have limited choices of where they can go for medical treatment and they’re unlikely to choose hospitals based on posted costs.
Income inequality is behind many social conflicts in Hawaii. A range of solutions should be considered before it’s too late.
Sadly, Manhattan Project Beer Co. is only the latest in a string of companies that have wrongly taken cultural identity for their own profit.
Officials estimate the state needs 800 more physicians, but the training pipeline for future doctors would need to expand three-fold to begin filling the gap.
Release of the data comes amid efforts to correct what the DOE says was erroneous counts of students suspensions in the 2015-16 school year.
Scientists return from the Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument after surveying the underwater aftermath of a major storm last year.
UPDATED: The former U.S. congresswoman would be a marquee name in a potentially large field of candidates.
Scientists are already jockeying for time slots for ambitious research projects on the proposed Thirty Meter Telescope and another giant telescope being constructed in Chile.
Gerard and Florence Puana are still on the hook for the verdict in a civil case that happened before the Kealohas were convicted on criminal charges stemming from the same situation.
Mineral-based sunscreens are viewed as an environmentally friendly alternative to chemical sunscreens, but could still be harmful in large concentrations.
Nearly 50 players of Samoan descent have played in the NFL in recent years — nearly 40 times their proportional representation in the U.S. population.
The board voted to ask the Legislature for more time, money and staff, a request lawmakers have already turned down.
Voting rights, fair elections and a crisis of confidence in government are as relevant now as they were during the tumultuous 1960s and 1970s.