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Some say the department’s policy of sending letters to patients is an escalation of efforts to deny gun permits.
Online postings show the dire straits would-be renters face in one of the nation’s most expensive housing markets.
Nearly 60 percent of Honolulu renters spend at least 30 percent of their incomes on housing, a study shows.
Opponents say water drawn from streams by the Hawaii land company harm the environment.
The federal indictments of the former police chief and his wife aren’t the only troubles at the HPD.
UPDATED: The U.S. Navy scaled back its training in 2015 to protect marine mammals after it was challenged in court by Earthjustice.
The state budget director and others are tasked with bringing more accountability to the project, even though they’re nonvoting members.
One in five children in the islands deals with hunger, according to a recent report.
Environmental groups say the Navy didn’t fully consider the environmental impact of establishing destructive training ranges on Pagan and Tinian islands.
A new measure would also dramatically raise the price for certifying documents and providing proof of voter registration.
More than 100 people are suing the Catholic Archdiocese on this Pacific island, where for centuries the church has been intertwined with local culture.