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The Public Utilities Commission staff is overloaded and lacks the proper tools and guidance, according to a state report.
Many expect the nation’s highest court to make public-sector union dues voluntary, reversing four decades of labor law.
In many of Honolulu’s older neighborhoods, narrow two-way streets really function as one-lane roads. But there’s little impetus to fix them.
HART officials say a review of compensation payments to property owners has turned up possible violations of federal law.
Hawaii needs to spend millions of dollars to effectively warn the public about looming disasters, including a missile strike, a new report says.
At a Friday press conference, they point to the schools’ commitment to provide a hotline and other support for any additional victims who come forward.
HART doesn’t keep track of the totals, but its point-in-time counts suggest fewer people are employed than had been projected.
Honolulu’s paratransit service has the nation’s highest demand, but that makes it more expensive to run.
UPDATED: The fired Hawaii Emergency Management Agency employee contradicted parts of what his supervisors have said.
Howard Hughes Corp. seems to stay on course as it navigates burial grounds and being in the path of rail.
UPDATED: A state investigation says the employee, who was fired Friday, had previously mistaken drills for real threats.