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Some residents worry contaminated dust will continue to be a problem if maintenance operations start again.
The percentage of Hawaii kids choosing out-of-state schools is significantly higher than the national average.
Sen. Russell Ruderman, who owns health foods stores, was the only lawmaker to report more than $1 million in outside income last year. Several of his colleagues reported no income beyond their legislative salaries.
The ACLU recently published data that shows Hawaii issued more suspensions, on average, to students with disabilities than any other state in the U.S.
The bill to allow interisland transport of the medicine would have been especially helpful for patients on Molokai and Lanai, which have no dispensaries.
David Ige’s office says he does not keep track of his visitors, raising transparency concerns.
Panelists at a recent Civil Beat event discussed efforts to improve pedestrian safety on the island.
The city is working to better serve densely populated neighborhoods as Honolulu’s Bulky Item Pickup Pilot continues.
Stationed on Oahu since 2004, the Hi’ialakai played a key role in monitoring deep-sea wildlife and cleaning up fishing debris.