Duane Shimogawa

Does Hanauma Bay’s Repair Process Need a Fix?

Does Hanauma Bay’s Repair Process Need a Fix?

Work finally begins on rusted rails, but city of Honolulu still faces criticism for slow progress.
Two Years Later: Is Honolulu’s Hands-Free Law Working? Courtesy: Lord Jim/Flickr

Two Years Later: Is Honolulu’s Hands-Free Law Working?

Police hand out an average of about 27 tickets a day, but it's unclear if the law has made roads safer.
Poi Pounder On Codifying A Cultural Art

Poi Pounder On Codifying A Cultural Art

UPDATED Daniel Anthony, the face of the poi bill, talks about what the measure means to him.
Two Arrested In Kauai Goat Killing

Two Arrested In Kauai Goat Killing

UPDATED Kauai police take two men into custody; dairy offered $11,000 reward in goat slaying.
Property of Obama’s Childhood Home in Manoa Could Become Parking Lot

Property of Obama’s Childhood Home in Manoa Could Become Parking Lot

Church needs more parking as it tries to add second sanctuary.

Should Hawaii Own Oahu’s Only Slaughterhouse?

Animal rights groups and those skeptical of government owning a business question deal.

Board of Water Supply Says Honolulu Has Fewer Water Main Breaks Than Average

Comparison with Seattle, Portland and San Diego finds that's not the case.