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Nonprofit organizations join the state in efforts to establish the voting habit in young people.
The requirement had been waived because the Legislature voted to eliminate it, but Gov. Ige vetoed the measure.
The mayor has introduced measures that would have both taxi and ride-hailing companies follow the same pricing rules.
If signed by the mayor, the exemption would cost Honolulu an estimated $1 million a year.
Software and staff upgrades will make Hawaii’s voting system less vulnerable to cyberattacks, officials say.
The California millionaire says he loves Hawaii, but he’s also running in Florida, Minnesota, Vermont, Washington and Wyoming.
His discovery is leading to ongoing efforts to produce a drug that could reverse the effects of the disease.
The state violated federal law by denying services to disabled students before they reached the age of 22.
As the homeless population increases on the Leeward Coast, a new plan for legal encampments is getting mixed reviews.
Water usage increased 13 percent over three years, and there are formal plans to install more nonpotable fixtures at city parks.
A lot of drivers live on the Leeward Coast, where incomes are generally lower and driving distances are longer.