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The long campaign for the right to represent East Honolulu finally ends Saturday for Trevor Ozawa and Tommy Waters.
New homeless count numbers are out.
A new survey finds some Micronesians report missing out on promotions or being denied jobs due to their ethnicity.
UPDATED: The service workers union AiKea Unite Here raised $170,000 in three months to support Waters.
Low-income patients are afraid of going to the doctor and being saddled with co-payments. Unlike U.S. citizens or many green card holders, they aren’t eligible for Medicaid.
If he wins approval in the full Senate, he’ll likely serve as interim director of the agency under fire for its long wait list for homes.
Saving for a down payment can be tough in Honolulu, where the median home value was $790,000 last year.
The bill aims to end secret, mandatory arbitration proceedings for claims brought by employees against their employers.
The state agency charged with overseeing thousands of licensees is finally switching to an updated complaints management system.
A plan to expand military training in the Marianas, which also includes more sonar and underwater explosive training, has drawn concerns from environmentalists.
A key senator says it’s still “an open question” whether the nomination of DPS director Nolan Espinda will clear the full Senate.