Some city and state lawmakers are not counting on the health department order to protect Oahu’s drinking water.
A recent study found that reducing social interaction causes social cravings – producing brain activity patterns similar to food deprivation.
Community members are channeling their frustration with graffiti and vandalism into a kakou kuleana – shared responsibility – to take care of public spaces.
The Windward Community College program’s success was largely due to Native Hawaiians eager for more connection with their homeland.
Before the Environmental Protection Agency got involved, state Department of Health officials reported urgent problems at the facility.
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Investments in public infrastructure need to be made now to bring the state into the 21st century before it devolves into chaos.
Defense attorneys are preparing a major attack against a prosecution case that has amassed more than 2 million documents.
More than a fifth of Hawaii’s voters went Republican in the primary election, a surprising switch in blue-blue Hawaii
No one has been charged yet, but the DOT said it has already made changes to prevent future wrongdoing.
The state health department is looking into where the dust came from — and if something could have been done to prevent it.
In addition to an ongoing harassment dispute with his Paukaa neighbor, deputy prosecutor Winston Albright had allegedly harassed neighbors in the Puna District where he previously lived.
Hawaii’s senior senator talked to Civil Beat about the Inflation Reduction Act and what it means for the islands.
Volunteers spent Sunday morning processing more than 35,000 Oahu ballots. More are expected later in the day.
Jennifer Kagiwada and Matthias Kusch were in a tight race for District 2, and will face each other in a November runoff.
UPDATED: Mayor Michael Victorino is on track to face former judge Richard Bissen in the November general election.