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Wahiawa has struggled since the collapse of the pineapple industry. But new projects, some supported by political leaders, are giving city leaders new hope.
Military folks are not the type to stage protests like we’ve been seeing elsewhere in Hawaii. But the state plan for this museum needs public scrutiny.
Officials took questions from only two reporters – and offered no new information in response – before leaving a press conference.
Some of Hawaii’s medical team in Samoa are providing care at the hospital, which is strapped for equipment, space and manpower.
Rail’s ultimate price tag remains a mystery, but HART’s own risk reports show the costs steadily climbing.
Air and ground travel industries would then compete on a more level playing field, helping consumers.
Officials refused to answer many questions about the U.S. sailor who shot and killed two civilians on the base, wounded another and then took his own life.
Mayor Harry Kim hasn’t yet publicly announced whether he’ll sign the recently passed bill.
Some members were skeptical about the plans to pay for proposed pay differentials for teachers in areas like special ed and Hawaiian language immersion.
Volunteer doctors and nurses are helping deliver 50,000 vaccines in a country that has come to a standstill after more than 60 measles deaths.
The GAO analyzed 32 criminal cases, including at least one with ties to Hawaii, to show how contractors have defrauded the U.S. government.
The contrived authenticity of politics is overshadowing our real lives. Fred Rogers knew what was genuine.
U.S. Justice Department officials this week are briefing Hawaii business and academic leaders on Chinese espionage.
Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam said the shooter, a U.S. sailor, killed himself after shooting three Department of Defense civilian workers.
Each generation is defined by experiences and culture that are simply not shared by the generations that come before or after. It’s our job to seek some common ground.
Nearly 30 years ago Hawaii passed legislation to create an independent legislative fiscal office, but it’s been ignoring the law.
The House Health Committee chairman plans to introduce legislation modeled after a new Maryland law that creates a prescription drug price monitoring board.
The amount of microplastics washing up on Hawaiian beaches is expected to double by 2030.
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.