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Advocates voiced forceful opposition to a so-called affordable housing bill they say is far from affordable. A committee of lawmakers took their side.
Amendments would prohibit the attorney general from investigating KAHEA and other nonprofits if the investigation would create a conflict of interest.
The Hawaii congresswoman invested a lot of resources in New Hampshire with hopes of outperforming the polls and keeping her struggling campaign afloat.
The updated guide will apply to third parties who work with Hawaii lawmakers, not just senators and staff.
Its mission will include general research and exploration of marine life, and climate and ocean ecosystem studies.
Bryan Talisayan hails from Waianae and brings more than 20 years of nonprofit experience to the top job at Mental Health America of Hawaii.
Urinating or defecating near Hawaii hotels and banks or in parking lots and plazas would be subject to a penalty.
The fences were installed in December but both have been removed following public protests.
But supporters of U.S. birthright citizenship say it would particularly benefit the more than 150,000 Samoans who live in Hawaii and the mainland.
A bill that would require coffee labeled with a Hawaiian name contain at least 50% Hawaii-grown beans has so far faced no opposition.
The Kauai town has its flash points, but a shared sense of pride continues to hold this community together.
A recent study found Hawaii teacher salaries don’t go as far when compared to other school districts in high-price areas.
UPDATED: Critics say Native Hawaiians, not the governor, should pick the members and the issues it considers.
John Henry Felix has repeatedly called to pause rail construction at Middle Street.
The man who traveled to Hubei Province in China has not shown any symptoms, but his health will be monitored in quarantine.
Readers weighed in on Anita Hofschneider’s piece on a new wave of Native Hawaiian pride.
Some Hawaii residents who traveled to China are staying behind doors for two weeks to ensure they weren’t exposed to the coronavirus.