But residents will be able to enter and park for free under a state plan awaiting final approval.
Female police officers have filed complaints against their male colleagues for years. But how well department officials handle the problem remains a question.
Prison officials have allowed women who were bumped from the successful reintegration program to go back as lawmakers found a way to restore funding.
The YWCA says 84% of the women who complete the work furlough program never go back to prison. That’s why a top lawmaker says restoring its funding is a “no brainer.”
The Star-Advertiser’s plan to cut 30 newsroom staff may turn out to be a negotiating ploy, but it’s “shocking” news to the journalists who were on the layoff list.
Gov. David Ige shouldn’t be pressured into reopening the state for tourism too early.
Restaurants on Oahu will be allowed to open June 5 for customers to eat inside again.