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Some want the Trump administration to act with more urgency in renegotiating existing treaties, which provide critical support to the tiny island nations.
The legislation is part of bipartisan defense authorization negotiations.
Over the next three years on Oahu alone, HECO expects it will need wind and solar projects with a footprint 29 times the size of Aloha Stadium.
Ethics guidelines advise government agencies against accepting free food if the company has business before the city.
Scientists are racing to eradicate disease-carrying mosquitoes from forests, but to some a solution still feels like forever away.
Stop placing so much emphasis on imposing stricter laws and instead strive to understand the larger context.
Air and ground travel industries would then compete on a more level playing field, helping consumers.
Rather than celebrating a ban on single-use plastic containers, environmentalists should step up to help small businesses affected by the new regulations.
Trace amounts of organic chemicals that were found in drinking water during routine testing on Maui and the Big Island are related to former pineapple and sugar cane production.
Contracts with private housing providers were focused on ensuring a good return for the companies but don’t require homes be kept in good repair.
City officials must move quickly to modernize this essential service, particularly the reservation system, for thousands of residents in need.
Some OHA trustees contend the agency has made significant strides toward cleaning up its oversight since the 2012-2016 time period covered by the report.
Carol Young says her troubles began when she blew the whistle on faulty payments to a DOE office worker.
Lt. Gov. Josh Green wants to create a new Hawaii Health Corps to respond to health crises throughout the Pacific. The measles outbreak has spread to American Samoa.
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.
Wahiawa has struggled since the collapse of the pineapple industry. But new projects, some supported by political leaders, are giving city leaders new hope.
Hawaii Gas faces an uncertain future as the state moves to renewables. Now it’s creating a new entity to help advocate for gas.
Officials took questions from only two reporters – and offered no new information in response – before leaving a press conference.
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.
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.