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A landmark project on the UH Manoa campus shows the albizia tree’s potential as a building material — and the challenges of developing manufacturing in Hawaii.
The Hawaii Democrat calls for immediate release of an unredacted version, and says Congress should go to court to get it if necessary.
Two sides are feuding over what type of riders the nearly 60-year-old stables should serve — and whether the city is awarding the contract fairly.
An 11th-hour rescue is needed for legislation to provide local matching funds to secure a $345 million federal grant to safeguard Waikiki.
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and, to a lesser extent, Haleakala National Park, are benefitting from the state-authorized program.
It’s something for Hawaii lawmakers to keep in mind as they enter the final stretch of the 2019 session.
Lawmakers should ignore taxi owners and just pass House Bill 1093.
They did so even though many COFA migrants pay taxes and contribute to the local economy.
But a campaign finance measure is on hold after the Campaign Spending Commission complains that amendments would result in less transparency rather than more.
Saying it had trademarked the name “Aloha Poke,” a Chicago restaurant chain recently demanded that a Honolulu eatery change its name.
We don’t do enough to protect the abundant historic and sacred sites in the islands.
A man attacked four employees last month, and now the emergency room has adopted measures usually found in bigger cities.
A long-range DOE facilities plan has identified $7 billion in “top priority” capital needs, from adding more classrooms to repairing aging schools.
Funding for kupuna care programs were some of the outstanding big ticket items that weren’t included in the state’s operating budget in March.
The congressman raised nearly $78,000 during the first quarter of 2019. Only $425 came from individual donors.
There are several theories about why the islands haven’t been hit as hard as the mainland, even though a lot of people here have prescriptions for painkillers.
State public health officials have the duty to protect residents from illness and communicable disease, but the requirements must abide by the law.
First Lap helps former inmates make successful transitions — with no government funding.
Social issues, the environment and public safety including homelessness top the District 4 candidate’s concerns.