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A judge ruled the Hawaii Department of Taxation must make public the information and assumptions it relies on to develop revenue estimates for the Legislature.
Despite controversy and declining production, executives say Hawaii will remain a key player in growing GMO seeds for years to come.
The Kahuku wind farm developer opposed a proposed ban on coal in Hawaii.
Monday’s opinion resolves a dispute that arose in the wake of the failed NextEra-Hawaiian Electric Industries merger.
Record visitor numbers are hiding an alarming trend.
A Honolulu businessman once charged with operating an illegal gambling operation is seeking to remove Keith Kaneshiro, the Honolulu prosecutor.
A U.S. Court of Appeals panel ruled Christopher Deedy couldn’t be tried for manslaughter charges again, but only on assault charges.
A bill to limit the use of natural gas in new homes could be a first step to broader bans, a gas company official says.
A former Public Utilities Commission counsel said regulators needed to complete an environmental review before approving the controversial project.
Utilities and others are concerned that the same lawyers are representing multiple parties in a competitive bidding process.