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The city approved a contract to rehabilitate Kahuku Elderly housing complex despite the appearance of a conflict of interest, a federal audit found.
In the face of low poll numbers, the governor cites his accomplishments and talks about the legal challenges to Trump’s immigration ban.
Local organizations contend the state was wrong to give the seed company a permit to grow genetically modified crops on public land.
The Hawaii Community Development Authority board is revising a proposal to preserve for-sale units for middle-income people.
Licensed companies are still waiting for the Department of Health to certify labs to test the products before they can start selling
The state considers new rules that would give it some of the equity when workforce units are resold. Opponents say that’ll do more harm than good.
In county documents, former legislator Derek Kawakami didn’t mention his involvement in a company challenging the dispensary license awards.
A woman files suit saying she lost her job after repeatedly reporting misuse of pesticides on the company’s North Shore farm.
The state legalized the use of cannabis as medicine 17 years ago, but patients still have no place to legally buy it.
The Legislature adjourned last week without coming to a decision about how to fund the nearly $10 billion project.