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Some travel to the Mexican border to replace documents that are essential to accessing jobs, housing and even driver’s licenses.
Louis Kealoha’s plea deal will keep him from a trial that had been set for January. It comes a day after his wife, Katherine, signed her own agreement.
Christopher Happy wrote in a resignation letter that he is leaving to attend to a family member’s illness.
But the price for pushing through unpopular projects such as the Nā Pua Makani wind farm is an enormous logistical effort to keep the kiaʻi at bay.
Honolulu police broke up the protest to allow through trucks carrying sections of turbines to a wind farm project in Kahuku.
These efforts have precedents in the rise of sanctuary cities to protect gun rights — and protect undocumented immigrants.
Completion of a vocational education program was the only area where DOE students showed improvement in the 2018-19 school year.
Don’t be scared off by potentially long hours. This is your chance to make a difference.
Her attorney said she signed a deal at the Federal Detention Center Sunday morning.
UPDATED: After the arrests, four construction trucks carrying sections of turbines left for the wind farm site in Kahuku but were later blocked by a downed power pole that HECO says was intentionally cut down.
Hawaii’s 16 small boat harbors are in desperate need of better maintenance, and users need to pay more of the cost.
Critics worried about leaks into Honolulu’s drinking water are calling for the Navy to relocate the tanks as fast as possible.
Meanwhile, a major Hawaii e-cigarette retailer said a flavor ban wouldn’t do any good.
Leaders need to offer a vision of the future that resonates with the day-to-day experiences of people.
While many neighbors are mounting opposition to the new proposal, the expansion has vocal support from several Native Hawaiian organizations.
UPDATED: Yamanoha’s continued employment at HART drew criticism, but rail agency officials won’t say whether he was fired or left voluntarily.
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.
Civil Beat follows an Ala Moana resident looking for ways to help with climate change in the first episode of “Are We Doomed? And Other Burning Environmental Questions.”