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Census: The Gap Between Rich And Poor In Hawaii Is Growing

Home values and household income in Hawaii vary widely depending on where you live.

Survivors Gather At Pearl Harbor For Attack Remembrance

“I was scared. I was 17. I went to go see the world. What did I get into? A war.”

Hawaii Public Schools Sued Over Unequal Treatment Of Female Athletes

UPDATED: The ACLU lawsuit comes 10 months after the group sent a demand letter to the state Department of Education over the lack of a girls locker room at Campbell High.

Honolulu Condos Must Comply Now With New Fire Safety Rules

The City Council had pushed for a delay in implementation, but couldn’t override a mayoral veto of the postponement.

Commuting Oahu: ‘It Takes Your Time And It Gives You Back Stress’

Some of us live closer to our jobs than ever. But it’s taking longer to get there. And the cost in lost time, dollars and home life is heavy.

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The Disturbing Nature Of The Court Ruling On Mauna Kea Cory Lum/Civil Beat

The Disturbing Nature Of The Court Ruling On Mauna Kea

The finding of no spiritual relation to the site simply ignored evidence to the contrary.

My Visit With George H. W. Bush Flickr: George W. Bush Presidential Center

My Visit With George H. W. Bush

A Hawaii Democrat fondly recalls meeting the president-elect the day before his inauguration.

Lawsuit Aside, The Film Business Pays Off Big-Time For Hawaii Flickr: Jessica James

Lawsuit Aside, The Film Business Pays Off Big-Time For Hawaii

One-sided media coverage of Tim Chey’s legal challenge against the state does not tell the full story.

If We Start Now, The Next ConCon Vote Will Go Differently Cory Lum/Civil Beat

If We Start Now, The Next ConCon Vote Will Go Differently

Here’s a 10-year plan for doing a Hawaii constitutional convention right.