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Kealoha Trial: ‘A Conspiracy Is A Living, Breathing Thing’

Prosecutors wrap up their case. Then the defense calls to the witness stand one of the alleged co-conspirators who already pleaded guilty.

Katherine Kealoha Gets Second Defense Lawyer Late In Trial

Earle Partington joins the former’s prosecutor’s defense team in her public corruption trial.

Danny De Gracia: Splitting Oahu Into More Counties Might Not Be A Bad Idea

Community concerns vary widely on different parts of the island, and Honolulu Hale’s one-size-fits-all approach isn’t working.

Kealoha Trial Resumes: Now You Can See What The Jury’s Been Looking At

The trial took a break last week. That gave the court a chance to release some of the exhibits prosecutors have presented to the jury.

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How Much Does Hawaii Really Spend On Education? Civil Beat

How Much Does Hawaii Really Spend On Education?

Diving into the DOE general ledger without understanding the numbers is a recipe for misunderstanding.

Building A Fishpond, A Home, A Community Scottie Kanda/KUA

Building A Fishpond, A Home, A Community

Molokai kupuna pass on their invaluable indigenous knowledge.

Tom Yamachika: Why Haven’t We Stopped The Leakage At HI-5?

Tom Yamachika: Why Haven’t We Stopped The Leakage At HI-5?

Cleaning up the state’s recycling-redemption program can help to restore confidence in government’s ability to handle money.

The Ends Don’t Mean You Got The Means Getty Images/iStockphoto

The Ends Don’t Mean You Got The Means

Big ideas matter, but they won’t go anywhere unless translated into effective action and results.