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There’s a big discrepancy between city and federal estimates of vacancy rates.
Approval ratings are an important but overlooked factor in elections.
The urban community has “a small-town vibe” where people love to walk. But that doesn’t mean they’re safe.
The Office of Elections is already working to implement a measure that is still sitting on the governor’s desk.
In a place that fixates on culture and tradition, you’d think we’d have some academics willing to do deep-dives into how this place is run.
The old high school at Hamakuapoko provided a transformational education for many who became key figures in Hawaii’s transition from territory to state.
Brand-name pharmaceutical companies are convincing consumers to keep using products that cost insurance companies far more than generic equivalents.
The governor must decide on taxing vacation rentals and real estate investment trusts, decriminalizing possession of small amounts of pot and all-mail voting.
Some senators question why the agency charged with providing homes for Native Hawaiian beneficiaries must also manage so much land where building can’t occur.
The trend is particularly true among young black women, 23% of whom now identify as bisexual.
In texts and emails with adoptive parents, Dallas lawyer Jody Hall openly flouts laws restricting Marshallese adoptions in the U.S.
A nonprofit organization with the willingness and the resources to produce a financial transparency model for education spending is being thwarted by the state.
They say some burial sites may remain undiscovered in the 1920s-era plantation graveyard near where a residential development is proposed.
People are urged to be on the lookout for the newcomer to Hawaii, which adds to the problems already hindering the rarely seen Kamehameha butterfly and host plants.
New products approved by the Food and Drug Administration can make a lot of money. Maybe the cash-strapped agency should get a percentage.
Education officials hope this results in more graduating seniors enrolling in college this year, especially those from low-income families.
The CEO of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs never really found the right administrator to back him up. Now the board of trustees must take advantage of the chance for a fresh start.
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.