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University Of Hawaii Executives To Take Pay Cuts Cory Lum/Civil Beat

University Of Hawaii Executives To Take Pay Cuts

The cuts will come as the state ponders furloughs for public employees.

Why Is This New Super PAC Spending Big Bucks On Maui Council Races? Screenshot

Why Is This New Super PAC Spending Big Bucks On Maui Council Races?

Little is known about Hui O Maui Citizens For Change but the group is backing conservative-leaning members.

Gov. David Ige Mulling Over His First Hawaii Supreme Court Nominee Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Gov. David Ige Mulling Over His First Hawaii Supreme Court Nominee

The governor’s choice will likely be vetted by the Senate in November.

Can Hawaii Republicans Gain Ground In The Senate This Year? Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Can Hawaii Republicans Gain Ground In The Senate This Year?

The GOP has not held significant numbers since the early 2000s but could pick up a seat in the general.

Hawaii County Offering Free COVID-19 Tests Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Hawaii County Offering Free COVID-19 Tests

Insurance and co-pay aren’t required for the tests.

Panel: We Need Solid Data To Predict Hawaii’s Economic Future

Panel: We Need Solid Data To Predict Hawaii’s Economic Future

Economists say it’s tough to help decision-makers guide economic recovery without consistent information from government and other sources.

Aloha Aina Party Hopes To Gain Ground With Nontraditional Voters PF Bentley/Civil Beat

Aloha Aina Party Hopes To Gain Ground With Nontraditional Voters

UPDATED: The new party plans to stump on a platform based largely on economic reforms.

No Problems Expected For Hawaii’s New Vote-By-Mail System For The Nov. 3 Election Cory Lum/Civil Beat

No Problems Expected For Hawaii’s New Vote-By-Mail System For The Nov. 3 Election

State officials aren’t anticipating any drastic modifications to the process ahead of the general election.