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All seven candidates appear — separately — before the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement.
State emergency officials were grilled at a U.S. Senate committee hearing as lawmakers try to rebuild public trust in the warning system.
As the state braces for sea level rise, vulnerable roads could be moved inland — and tunneled through mountains.
Federal prosecutors added three new charges in the corruption case involving the former police chief and his deputy prosecutor wife.
The state’s largest power utility is preparing for a surge in ownership of EVs during the next 30 years.
The city is set to test its new smart-card pass this summer and then launch the full system early next year.
Outgoing chairman Ron Menor pleads for his colleagues to “rise above personal differences and political ambitions.”
Supporters say improvements could happen more quickly if the state Department of Transportation was out of the way.
HART officials say their predecessors made “placeholder” estimates without studying their legitimacy.
A power shift at Honolulu Hale rekindles debate over how to cover the costs of the project as it faces federal scrutiny.
Even as he runs for Congress, the North Shore council member may regain the chairmanship this month.