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Crowd control measures at the renovated Haena State Park will help state parks officials respond to staggering tourism growth.
The traditional making of Hawaiian salt used to occur across the islands. Now the last bastion in Hanapepe is threatened by activities at an adjacent airport.
UPDATED: Under the measure expected to be signed by the mayor, property owners who rent out entire houses outside of resort zones could face major fines.
Legal experts evaluate the tactic of coordinated outfits and public displays of affection.
City and state officials may have allowed part of Sherwood Forest to be stripped bare without proper archaeological monitoring.
It’s a much better way to spend taxpayer money and keep voters satisfied.
U.S. Army Corps officials say the move might avoid condemning four private parcels for the flood-control measures.
Earle Partington joins the former’s prosecutor’s defense team in her public corruption trial.
Prosecutors wrap up their case. Then the defense calls to the witness stand one of the alleged co-conspirators who already pleaded guilty.
Community concerns vary widely on different parts of the island, and Honolulu Hale’s one-size-fits-all approach isn’t working.
Stationed on Oahu since 2004, the Hi’ialakai played a key role in monitoring deep-sea wildlife and cleaning up fishing debris.
The state’s first Veterans Summit aims to bridge generational boundaries for the benefit of all veterans.
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.
Like everywhere else in the state, Hawaii County is looking for solutions to the increasingly costly problem of people leaving their junkers on the side of the road.
The series on whether Hawaii is prepared for a disaster was one of numerous journalism honors we won for our work in 2018.
Not only is there a racial disparity in suspensions, but the days lost to that punishment in the islands far exceed the national average, according to a new analysis.
One official already pleaded guilty in May to charges related to conspiring to accept bribes in exchange for financial gain.
The defendants — most of whom are women — shared posts on social media accusing a local photographer of trying to lure pregnant women into lactation pornography.
Civil Beat staff discusses the early days of the Kealoha conspiracy trial.
Marielena Hincapie, head of the National Immigration Law Center, said it is a time of great fear and trauma in many immigrant communities.