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A provocatively named pale ale supports women beer-makers as it racks up sales for Honolulu Beerworks.
A few senators are upset about their assignments and say traditions are not being followed, but President Ron Kouchi says any complaints are baseless.
Modernization of Daniel K. Inouye International has been years in coming. But real change is in the air.
UPDATED: The governor said he is “eager and excited about the prospect of tackling all that is before us” after being sworn in for another four years.
They are everywhere in Hawaii, even though most people probably have never heard of the state program.
The city proposes a plan for a new pool and restoration of the fabled but crumbling World War I memorial in Waikiki.
So much changed nationally, including control of the U.S. House and the election of scores of women. But not here.
Republicans, who currently hold only five House seats and no Senate seats, appear poised to grab one Senate seat.
Citizen initiatives are on the ballot regarding gambling, marijuana, prison reform and term limits. But Hawaii voters don’t have that right.
The longest-serving OHA trustee faces allegations of ethics violations while also waging a re-election fight.
Were House leaders looking to mess with the governor when they interviewed Keith Hiraoka, his choice for the state Intermediate Court of Appeals?
There is significant support for the idea once it’s explained, but that support has decreased from previous polls.