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The new projections by the state Council on Revenues mean the state has less money to spend in the years ahead.
Many of the state’s fastest-growing areas of employment remain in service and tourism jobs that make it tough to get by in Hawaii’s pricey economy.
The latest report from UH economists says a more prolonged spread of the virus means greater economic tolls.
Supporters say the cash is needed to help offset Young Brothers increasingly expensive cargo service to Molokai and Lanai.
Hawaii Pacific University has experienced plunging enrollment, steep operating losses and large debt. Now it’s planning for an ambitious turnaround at a time when many small colleges are in trouble.
The auditor determined that none of the 63 special funds that legislators wanted to create this session met the high legal bar they set for themselves in 2013.
A state court judge on Wednesday said medical and financial evidence about millionaire heiress Abigail Kawananakoa will be kept from the public.
The once-critical investor changed his tone on Wednesday.
A bill that would require coffee labeled with a Hawaiian name contain at least 50% Hawaii-grown beans has so far faced no opposition.
Hawaiian Electric says it sees growing issues concerning land use and where to site projects.
A state judge has said he’s inclined to limit the scope of a subpoena filed against an activist organization leading protests of the Thirty Meter Telescope.