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Maui prosecutors cited Hawaii’s use of force law, which allows deadly force to be used by law enforcement against escaping jail or prison detainees.
The protesters say they are being vilified in an attempt to discredit the Mauna Kea movement.
The Hawaii County mayor’s plan would make the University of Hawaii share management with other groups in an umbrella agency. Gov. David Ige says he supports the idea but many details must be worked out.
Protest leaders say the alarm bells went off when many sources consistently reported that a move to clear the road to the summit would happen this week.
A Board of Regents committee on Thursday OK’d a $236.5 million proposal for 2021 as part of a six-year modernization effort.
A slew of tax legislation passed by the Legislature in 2019 was offset by tax breaks and will make little difference.
The University of Hawaii is coming up with creative ways to eliminate traditional textbooks.
They all felt stirrings of Hawaiian identity as youngsters, but these three protesters were shaped by pivotal experiences as young adults.
The Hawaii Supreme Court ordered the state to come up with a plan to better manage the land.
The administrative rules would govern activities on Mauna Kea.
Getting all the complex telescope instruments ready to work again could still take several weeks.