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The story has nothing to do with religion. It’s all about what she’s doing with her supporters’ money.
Homelessness needs to be a top priority of candidates in Honolulu’s mayoral race in the coming year.
Warmer waters are shifting the size and behavior of ahi in the Pacific, which could affect prices for consumers. But it’s not all doom and gloom.
The protesters say they are being vilified in an attempt to discredit the Mauna Kea movement.
Katherine Kealoha had been awarded hundreds of thousands of dollars by a civil jury. But her uncle and grandmother are hoping to get that back.
A new “Smart Justice” report argues the public would be safer if people got help instead of punishment.
In rural areas, in particular, it can be hard to find alternatives for managing pain, as well as treatment for addiction.
Will Haines is intent on protecting the endangered damselfly from frogs, fish and other predators.
And check out what we’re paying Honolulu City Council members and other employees of the city’s legislative branch.
A lack of programs throughout the state contributes to inability to participate in high-quality sports experiences for many kids.
Augie Tulba is raising cash in a possible bid for Ron Menor’s seat.
Three years after news reports first surfaced questioning a lack of training, the state Department of Public Safety finally releases records confirming the lapse.
The census will determine revenues for many programs, including those that serve Native Hawaiians.
A strong institutional culture can suppress individual dispositions, including prejudice.
The movement on Mauna Kea is motivating others to assert collective power over land-use decisions, even at the last minute.
Some were told about simulated gunfire during “Hawaii Five-0” but others feared the worst.