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It’s not all about poke bowls and Spam musubi. The annual Chamber of Commerce event gives some island leaders a firsthand look at national issues.
Elected officials and experts say despite the easing of tensions there is still a need for improved defense capabilities in Hawaii.
The Hawaii congresswoman has voted against the key military policy bill as a way to protest the U.S.’s decision to enter conflict in places such as Iraq, Yemen and Syria.
Already accused of misspending state campaign funds, he now must answer to the Federal Election Commission regarding congressional campaign filings.
Ryan Zinke, criticized for using the phrase during a discussion of Japanese-American internment with the Hawaii congresswoman, isn’t backing down.
Jonathan Fraser was recently named in a lawsuit involving a deadly car crash that killed a local businessman’s son.
But a labor board panel has temporarily blocked Honolulu Police Chief Susan Ballard’s effort to release information explaining the decision.
Darren Cachola, a former HPD sergeant, could get his job back four years after he was caught on tape beating his girlfriend inside a Honolulu restaurant.
UPDATED: In its endorsement of challenger Sherry Campagna, the union sharply criticized Gabbard’s human rights record because of her stance on Syria.
The U.S. Senate passed a bill Thursday to upgrade the nation’s ability to monitor volcanoes and provide early warnings to those living in the shadows of their summits.
The U.S. Senate passed a Democratic-backed resolution Wednesday to keep Obama-era internet access rules in place.