UPDATED: All defendants pleaded not guilty, and a judge allowed their release on unsecured $50,000 bonds.
An official slide presentation on the new executive director’s performance cites plenty of achievements but no weaknesses.
The congressman is criticized for his stance on Build Back Better, but Case says the party mischaracterizes his position and never bothered to call him.
The economic outlook is sharply improved from last year’s legislative session, when the theme was staving off job cuts or teacher furloughs.
Only one in five respondents found the state’s digital infrastructure to be “adequate.”
The budget boost would help the department hire more people in order to better maintain state parks and trails, officials said.
Later this month members of the public can comment on the proposed amendments, which if approved by voters would reform county elections, policing, zoning and more.
The Big Island could have eight seats in the 51-member Hawaii House as the state redistricting process continues and new maps emerge.
Employees at Red Hill filed complaints about safety hazards before the leaks in 2021, a Navy official said.
The Honolulu City Council is expected to consider Bill 48 at a hearing Tuesday that proposes a possible solution.
The Environmental Legislative Caucus plans to announce a package of climate change measures the first week of the 2022 session.
Stress can make time seem to pass more slowly, boredom more quickly, and both have been at play during the pandemic.
Honolulu Prosecutor Steve Alm said he is “very disappointed” in the court’s decision to clear Rep. Sharon Har.
Hawaii health officials are urging everyone to get vaccinated, and urging people who are vaccinated to get booster shots to avoid overwhelming hospitals.
Rep. Della Au Belatti said her committee’s work raises concerns about possible witness tampering by Les Kondo, who called the allegation “irresponsible and outrageous.”
The civil rights lawsuit was filed Friday and alleges that the girl suffered physical, emotional and physiological injuries in the wake of the incident.
The need to attract more nurses is a longstanding problem in Hawaii, but the pandemic has intensified the problem.
The most important thing we can do right now is to keep people from falling through the cracks by creating circles of accountability and support.