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For years a lucky few have lived aboard their vessels at the gateway to Waikiki. But a bill in the Legislature portends big changes.
The U.S. government and pharmaceutical companies can’t seem to solve the problem, but some creative work-arounds are taking shape.
News organizations have no say over how their material is used. In fact, we often don’t even know it is being used.
Hawaii officials are struggling to find the hundreds of millions of dollars in state money needed for a new correctional facility.
UPDATED: For the first time, the state Department of Health has released statistics on vaccination rates for individual public and private schools.
And if it’s such a great idea, let’s apply it to Hawaii executives, judges and legislators.
Details must still be worked out regarding whether Honolulu or the federal government will cover the former police chief’s legal costs.
A total of 37 prisoners were flown to Oahu after their suspected involvement in the disturbance, but five have been returned to Maui.
A new cybercrime unit, better training to deal with the homeless and speeding up the hiring process are among numerous accomplishments in the first year.
Hawaii would have been the first to impose the prohibitions at a statewide level.
We cannot blindly assume that sending a higher percentage of students to college will benefit them or society.
Thich Nhat Hanh suffered a stroke in 2014 and more recently retired to his home in Vietnam.
The company left the islands in 1997, but it had already been ordered to make $180 million in loans, partially because of discrimination against Native Hawaiians and Filipinos.
The chief told the Honolulu Police Commission Wednesday the city settled the case for $550,000 for financial reasons.
In a ruling based on the court’s own rules, the justices said multistate law firms can operate in Hawaii.
The state agency charged with overseeing thousands of licensees is finally switching to an updated complaints management system.
Mike Hashimoto was accused of sexual misconduct by a patient three years ago. The still unresolved case highlights problems within the state agency that regulates licensed professionals.
Social issues, the environment and public safety including homelessness top the District 4 candidate’s concerns.
The Honolulu City Council candidate discussed his upcoming rematch with Trevor Ozawa for the District 4 seat.