Ryan Ozawa is among 25 journalists joining the launch of a platform called Bulletin.
A UH economist argues that our government has too often fallen short in handling the visitor industry.
The two finalists were scheduled to address the panel but instead commissioners went into executive session.
The Democratic field for governor appears to be settling while the race for lieutenant governor remains wide open. And who knows what’s up with the Republicans.
The two candidates will discuss their application for the job in a public session Aug. 25.
Many applicants for judges and justices are graduates of the William S. Richardson School of Law. Is that a good thing?
The former Hawaii congresswoman says, “Censorship of speech must end.”
Multiple protests are held statewide as GOP leaders increasingly reject vaccine mandates and government restrictions.