When there’s no money to argue over, the Legislature starts getting into other people’s business.
Mayor Rick Blangiardi was one of the last city officials to file the required paperwork.
There are nearly a dozen data dashboards with frequently updated information about COVID-19 in Hawaii.
The proposal follows House Speaker Scott Saiki’s call for the University of Hawaii to be ousted from its management role.
The deputy sheriff who shot Delmar Espejo is still employed by the state.
No official timeline has been set.
Magazines that hold more than 10 rounds are already banned in Hawaii for handguns, but not for rifles.
Cases and hospitalizations are on the wane.
The electric vehicle market is growing and state leaders want to help phase out gas-powered cars. Local auto dealers say they’re moving too fast.
Lawmakers are considering a bill that would expand access to abortions by expanding the pool of providers beyond physicians.
Experts agree that tracking trends is more useful than focusing on daily infection counts.
So often, elected officials who represent Oahu make decisions that have negative consequences for the neighbor islands.
Hawaii is one of only two states with no legal form of gaming. Bills have been introduced and rejected year after year.
The report says that “tourism needs to be managed responsibly so that the residents and destination may thrive.”
Corrections chief says planning to replace Oahu Community Correctional Center will continue.
Hawaii is a central hub for Navy and Marine Corps operations as tensions rise between the U.S. and China.
Another fatality was recorded on Oahu.