Honolulu gives the bike share program many financial benefits with little oversight and scant public input.
Roadside terraces at the Culinary Institute of the Pacific are dotted with dead ohia lehua trees and the barren stalks of what were once ruby red ti plants.
Should parents be forced to send their children back to school even when they feel it is unsafe? At least one Hawaii public school is saying yes.
From contactless buffet dinners to bento box turkey and socially distanced tables, people have thought up new ways to safely celebrate Thanksgiving amid the pandemic.
Tragedy struck the venerable Diamond Head neighborhood in January when two police officers and a longtime homeowner were killed and a fire that started during the rampage burned numerous homes.
It will take a lot of tools to solve homelessness in Hawaii. Enforcement of city laws is one of those tools.
A mother tired of asking the city to protect children on a dangerous road in a school zone has found her own way to bring about change.
Without clear rules, people are taking it upon themselves to chastise strangers for not wearing a mask — sometimes in situations where masks aren’t required.
A return to simple family pleasures has been one of the few bright lights of the pandemic.