Supreme Court justices signaled they may order corrections officials to make reports every 90 days on pretrial jail inmates.
Deputy Director Joy Barua will serve as acting director of the department.
A new co-op plans to reclaim some of its electricity ownership by bidding on a community-based renewable energy project.
Bureaucracy ought to be tolerated only to the extent that it serves the individual.
Thousands of Pacific Island workers were stranded in New Zealand and Australia when the pandemic began. Others were stuck at home.
With decisive action and straight talk, Honolulu’s new mayor has so far not made himself in the image of the former president he once supported.
Meanwhile, lawmakers want the agency to hasten its pace in addressing deficiencies a state audit found earlier this year.
Dayten Gouveia was left paralyzed after police allegedly ran a car he was in off the road, causing a severe crash.
The president and CEO of the Chamber of Commerce Hawaii has filed organizational paperwork.
As the anniversary of her baby’s death approaches, a Las Vegas mother is renewing calls for answers and accountability.
The Honolulu Fire Commission will meet again this week to take up the hiring impasse.
State and city governments are allowing their workers to avoid the vaccine for religious or medical reasons, but processing the requests and keeping track of the workers takes time and money.
A search committee selected a candidate with experience in Washington, D.C., and Seattle. The City Council must approve the appointment.
The decision came as the delta variant spread rapidly in communities served by the federally funded preschool program.
It was reintroduced by Hawaii’s Democratic Sen. Brian Schatz on the 10th anniversary of the repeal of the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy.
Vaccines likely will be a main item on the agenda.
The order comes as case counts are coming down and almost nine of 10 of those eligible have gotten at least one vaccination.
The agency and the auditor are expected to appear before House lawmakers again Tuesday.