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U.S. Army Corps officials say the move might avoid condemning four private parcels for the flood-control measures.
The urban community has “a small-town vibe” where people love to walk. But that doesn’t mean they’re safe.
The private company that claims ownership and charges for parking on Kakaako roadways claims its recent $250,000 fine is baseless.
Officials are looking for a new site for the observatory after it was damaged and displaced amid the 2018 eruptions.
UPDATED: Hawaii and the region could see another above-normal hurricane and tropical storm season, with ocean waters warmer than last year and protective wind shears weaker.
Interim service looms next year, but city officials don’t know what the fares will be, and no formal proposals have been made.
Federal officials just cut nearly $1 billion for California’s ambitious high-speed rail project, but local leaders say Honolulu is better poised to secure its remaining cash.
Regulators are updating the one flight manual that governs the state’s air tours, but the public won’t get to participate.
The latest $67 million in federal disaster recovery aid was announced Monday.
Rail officials say so many pigeons and other birds are nesting inside the transit line’s cavernous concrete guideway that it’s become a health hazard to workers.
A preliminary federal report provides key details about the crash as investigators continue to examine the wreckage.
UPDATED: The audit relied on a small sample of invoices so it’s not clear whether those billing problems within HART extend to other rail contracts, the state auditor said.