Kalepa Baybayan, a longtime Hokule‘a captain who helped rekindle traditional navigation in the Pacific, died suddenly in Seattle on Thursday.
Maj. Gen. Suzanne Vares-Lum was the first Native Hawaiian woman to be an Army general and was the face of the military for many of Hawaii’s leaders.
Chief Susan Ballard said she had lost the support of the Honolulu Police Commission and Mayor Rick Blangiardi’s administration.
Bills to legalize recreational marijuana and collect more data on police use of force also stall.
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The fine was among the first enforcements against local dam owners since the Kaupakalua dam overflowed, prompting evacuations on Maui.
Despite the setback, state health officials say appointments are still widely available at retail pharmacies.
Locally grown vegetables are expensive, so communities are coming together to grow fresh produce.
Officials hope that development surrounding a new facility could make up for the state’s $350 million investment. But national experts warn that similar projects have failed elsewhere.
A series of television ads looks to counter the many controversies clouding policing in the islands.
Navy Cmdr. Kathryn Dawley was the first woman to command the ship.
Kauai County Councilwoman Felicia Cowden says a Board of Ethics complaint against her is politically motivated.
Experts say getting access to transition services is important, but there’s the debate over how much insurance companies should cover.
Hospitals made do with existing space and invested in some new equipment, but the pandemic exposed a heavy reliance on out-of-state traveling nurses.
Honolulu Police Chief Susan Ballard will be monitored for 60 days starting April 15.
The mayor said it’s up to the community to keep case counts low.
Sierra Club Hawaii is weighing its legal options in the case regarding East Maui stream diversions.