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UPDATED: Maui is also under a watch, while a more-imminent hurricane warning is in effect for the Big Island.
The mayor would crack down on absentee owners who rent entire houses to tourists, but allow anyone to rent out a room in their home.
A Honolulu lawyer wants to block the merger of one of the state’s most prominent law firms with a giant multinational.
There are more than 1,000 trademarks using the term, raising broader questions about protecting Native Hawaiian intellectual property.
A legislative leader says the union is retaliating against Green’s closest rival, state Sen. Jill Tokuda, for her criticism of the rail project.
The Republican frontrunner for governor said the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands needs to be reformed to make Hawaiians “thrive.”
The Big Island senator garners lots of support from fans of former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.
The bill would make it easier for residents to rent out part of their homes but limit the number of properties listed by absentee owners.
A new law on emergency administrative rules could make potentially major changes to a key policymaking process.
The Republican candidate calls for eliminating the general excise tax and holding an election on whether to restore the Hawaiian kingdom.
Cardax, after burning through nearly $58 million, is finally making money and trying to expand sales on the mainland.