The state reports people who die only as numbers in the daily toll of the pandemic. We’ll introduce you to three who died.
The bees will be relocated to a farm in Waimanalo as part of a major project that also includes restoration of the Coronation Pavilion.
This time the destruction and overuse of Hawaii’s outdoor treasures can’t be blamed on tourists.
The mother of a young man who survived COVID-19 is worried that people in Hawaii are ignoring the seriousness of the pandemic.
Mayoral candidate Keith Amemiya’s cover story this week looks like a news article but it’s a paid advertisement.
The Hawaii State Archives is collecting personal stories, photos and artifacts of life in the time of COVID-19.
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.