Kauai County Councilwoman Felicia Cowden says a Board of Ethics complaint against her is politically motivated.
Farmers say housing insecurity threatens their ability to retain employees and makes it difficult to ramp up production.
The county’s shelter-in-place program granted some homeless people a measure of stability. Now that it’s over, they say they have nowhere to go.
The COVID-19 pandemic prompted dozens of states to allow bars and restaurants to sell to-go alcohol. Will Hawaii’s new liquor policy stick after the virus subsides?
Hawaii paid hundreds of unemployed tourism workers to learn new job skills last year. Now state lawmakers want to create a permanent jobs corps — but no one knows how to fund it.
Chief Todd Raybuck has done a good job by most accounts and some local leaders say losing him would be a setback for the island. But others including the police union see it differently.
When the pandemic hit, the start-up ditched its hospitality-focused components and zeroed in on a goal to help Hawaii food entrepreneurs reach a larger audience.
Lt. Gov. Josh Green said the new Johnson & Johnson vaccine could put Hawaii on the path to vaccinating most residents by early summer if delivery is ramped up.
A woman charged in the 2017 beating death of Telma Boinville says she didn’t participate in the killing.