Hawaii officials’ refusal to be more open with public health data is unnecessarily putting people at risk of getting sick.
The university officials talk about the proposed master plan for Mauna Kea, the Thirty Meter Telescope and Hawaiian culture.
The process allows candidates favored most by a majority of voters to win political races. The Legislature should move forward with one of the bills it allowed to languish last session.
The chair and vice chair stress due diligence, listening and collaboration to address Honolulu’s myriad challenges.
The former Honolulu mayor who now leads the Hawaii Lodging and Tourism Association opines on the state of the state’s top industry today.
The high-profile Hawaii official discusses the purpose of his office, criticism from House leaders, special funds and the audit of the Agribusiness Development Corp.
The Police Commission should consider forming a citizen advisory committee to help envision and vet the best candidates. It would go a long way toward building better community relations.
But Hawaii Gov. David Ige says he likely will veto Senate Bill 811 because it’s unnecessary and could violate personal privacy.
Hawaii’s chief executive talks about his veto rationale, the growing economy, easing travel restrictions and whether state leaders will agree to extend the taxes used to pay for Honolulu rail.