Less expensive housing has drawn more people to the former sugar town, but that’s also changing the character of a place once known for how well it cared for those who lived there.
The chair and vice chair stress due diligence, listening and collaboration to address Honolulu’s myriad challenges.
The effects and memory of U.S. nuclear testing endures in the Pacific. “It is a level up from urgent for us,” one Pacific leader says.
Former Sgt. Natasha Beyer, acquitted of charges in the death of her son, has been trying to regain custody of a daughter whom had been assaulted by her husband.
Hawaiian Airlines crews say their humanitarian mission to ferry Afghan refugees was a highlight of their careers.
Complaints by annoyed neighbors about crowded parking spaces prompted the city to introduce a resolution.
Oahu Community Correctional Center remains the site of the largest coronavirus outbreak in state jails and prisons.
The decision upholds the release of public records in a Civil Beat lawsuit that sought the arbitration file of Sgt. Darren Cachola.
New developments this week in the complex criminal case against what’s alleged to be a large criminal enterprise operating in Honolulu.
Hawaii still lags behind other states in how quickly the state processes initial unemployment payments.
For more than a decade, artificial lighting on the grounds of the Grand Wailea Resort has been causing endangered seabirds to fall from the sky, a pair of conservation groups says.
Women have been on the front lines of Hawaiian marches for decades. Now they are increasingly emerging as community leaders.
Some members wanted more specificity and strategic planning from DOE officials on how to help students catch up.
The transition was supposed to be done by July. Now, expect it done by the end of the year, an industry leader says.
The exercise runs through Oct. 8, but the Marines are preparing for the eventual permanent stationing of the remote weapon system on Oahu.