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Despite controversy and declining production, executives say Hawaii will remain a key player in growing GMO seeds for years to come.
As the city considers tougher plastic bag restrictions and a ban on Styrofoam food containers, they shouldn’t downplay the cost of the plan for small businesses.
He has the support of the police union and the chair of the police commission.
We need policymakers and leaders who support and promote ideas that we can all say yes to.
It may also speed the possible extinction of the sacred opeapea, the hoary bat.
The Hawaii congresswoman barely made the Atlanta debate stage due to low poll numbers. In addition to candidates, she took on her own party.
The Office of Disciplinary Counsel said a Civil Beat story triggered the investigation into attorney Laurie Loomis.
His office says it’s not clear what the feds want to talk about, but that Dwight Nadamoto will cooperate.
But Hawaiian Airlines’ chief operating officer says don’t expect the strike to happen anytime soon.
A policy shift several years ago that makes “exiting” out of an English language program more rigorous could hold some clues.
Departing IHS spokesman Kimo Carvalho has shined a bright light on the complexities of homelessness in Hawaii.
Laurie Loomis’ operation, including flying women from the Marshall Islands for adoptions, resembles that of a recently indicted Arizona lawyer, but thus far she has faced no consequences.
There is a reason why it’s always been known as “the people’s park.” Let’s keep it that way.
Neighbors and government officials say an environmental study is needed, but the Marine Corps has said it isn’t legally required to do one.
Lots of different groups want to restore and protect the iconic Oahu wetland. They just can’t agree on how best to do it.
Oahu’s waste-to-power facility has a hidden carbon cost, but is it better than shipping all our recyclables off-island?
Hawaii is unlikely to get a recycling facility anytime soon, so your soda cans and water bottles must travel thousands of miles to be recycled.