Sorry, but simply getting legally required paperwork filed on time isn’t enough to justify a special award for ethics.
I followed their wishes to scatter their ashes at sea after they were cremated, but now I find myself wondering why they made that decision.
The high-end resort wants a long-term easement allowing it to hold more weddings and other events that could take up more of the public beach.
A well-known Native Hawaiian attorney said it would be a war crime to evict his client. The state Supreme Court disagreed.
Pushing ahead with a missile defense system in Hawaii wouldn’t make us any safer, and could signal to North Korea and others that we aren’t interested in diffusing tensions.
A House bill has morphed into a sweetheart deal to create perpetual leases for tenants on state land, possibly including the Thirty Meter Telescope.
The United Public Workers has fought a state promotion policy for years, and now the case is going to the Hawaii Supreme Court.
Improper foreclosure procedures were sometimes used, a federal judge found, and the stakes could be staggeringly high.
Laulani Teale persisted in proclaiming her innocence for nearly five years after her arrest for approaching the Honolulu mayor.