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The poorly designed highway presents lots of risks to pedestrians — too few crosswalks and sidewalks, narrow shoulders, no medians and speeding cars.
The latest pregnancy risk assessment for the islands contains good and bad news about the health of pregnant women.
The proposal, which rail leaders say comes from Honolulu City Council Chairman Ikaika Anderson, would place the city transportation department in charge of the remaining construction.
UPDATED: The governor met with Mayor Harry Kim to talk about maintaining peace during the Thirty Meter Telescope protests.
Despite the cost increases, the 20-mile, 21-station transit line is holding steady to HART’s latest, $8.14 billion construction budget, officials say.
You have to use the right tool for the right job, and that applies to people.
What kind of world would we live in had we continued our quest to understand our universe?
Why was the DLNR so upset with a recent state audit of the use of rent revenue?
UPDATED 7/20/2019: From Ed Case to Tulsi Gabbard, from Bernie Sanders to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, local and national politicians are weighing in on Mauna Kea.
The proposed observatory that is generating mass protests on Mauna Kea seeks to focus on the big unknowns of the universe.
The real problem is there’s no easily accessible, publicly maintained resource directing drivers to available parking.
The community is grappling with a number of issues as it grows from a small town to an overcrowded tourist destination.
Hundreds of Thirty Meter Telescope opponents maintain their vigil as authorities say all access to the mountain is now restricted.
Katherine Kealoha’s attorney wants to delay a bank fraud until next year. That could also set back her drug trafficking trial, too.
David Ige’s office says he does not keep track of his visitors, raising transparency concerns.
From California to the Galapagos, overwhelmed tourist destinations are experimenting with ways to control the overflow and pay for repairing the damage.
State officials are fine-tuning proposals that aim to mitigate the effects of climate change in the state.
The chair of the Honolulu Ethics Commission pushes back on criticism that the commission short-circuited a probe of the former police chief, his wife and other cops.
Voting rights, fair elections and a crisis of confidence in government are as relevant now as they were during the tumultuous 1960s and 1970s.