The Honolulu mayor, a former coach, can score points early on when it comes to the planning department fiasco.
Mayor Mitch Roth says Mark Van Pernis has disrupted public business. Most recently, Van Pernis raised questions about a Roth appointee.
A group from the University of Hawaii West Oahu sees planting coconut trees as a way of improving food security and cultural ties in Hawaii.
The facility was the site of a COVID-19 outbreak that killed 27 and prompted a change in management, a lawsuit and a massive federal fine.
The federal agency said it’s safe for fully vaccinated people to travel without testing or quarantine.
More vaccines are on their way, but so are visitors.
Rental car companies sold off part of their fleets to make up for economic losses caused by the pandemic.
Australia, South Korea and Japan show that real progress can be made to reduce mass shootings.
An initiative to help small businesses avoid government mandates has gained traction with some policymakers and could eventually include other industries.
Farmers say housing insecurity threatens their ability to retain employees and makes it difficult to ramp up production.
The oral arguments Thursday were the first of three Hawaii’s highest court will hear involving renewable energy projects.
State Auditor Les Kondo calls the investigation into his office “sneaky and underhanded.”
Local politicians, business leaders and labor organizers say Hawaii needs funds to reduce its dependence on petroleum, boost rail and improve wastewater systems.
The measure would also suspend some excise tax exemptions for various industries to generate extra tax revenue.
The actor and environmentalist says that shark populations “are critical to ocean health and resiliency.”
It’s time for UH to stop copying college football’s big boys.