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The family that has operated the Kaulapapa tours for decades is fighting eviction with claims based on long-discredited conspiracy theories.
Recently released documents show a Honolulu businessman threatened to cut down the tree if his lights weren’t turned on.
A classic retaliatory lawsuit was filed after she raised concerns about possible housing contamination at Marine Corps Base Hawaii in Kaneohe.
A Kahala couple’s holiday tradition attracts a steady stream of visitors and can be glimpsed from faraway points.
By finding that police conducted an illegal search from a helicopter in a marijuana case, the state Supreme Court strengthened privacy rights.
A father’s gift to remember his dead son has become a story of special treatment by the Honolulu City Council.
Some people seem to equate holding fundraisers during sessions to accepting bribes, but there’s a free speech issue here.
Federal indictments in the Honolulu police corruption case vindicate the former ethics director but raise questions about the Caldwell administration.
The president’s attacks ignore how the right to protest — even against the flag — has long set the U.S. apart from other countries.
When people were required to wait in line at the front desk to check into their own units, they started complaining.