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The bill would limit the number of telescopes on the mountaintop and authorize the new manager to renegotiate leases and permits pertaining to the mountain.
In July, UH will oust the Hawaii Technology Development Corp. as the Manoa tech incubator’s landlord.
A rare mid-session public meeting is planned by the Senate Ways and Means chairman to assess the state’s financial picture.
A look at Arizona’s peace officer standards and training board offers a blueprint for Hawaii.
The GMO company will pay $150,000 instead of the $4.8 million that had been sought for exposing Kauai workers to pesticides.
Hawaiian Electric Co. needs to upgrade its distribution system to accommodate mushrooming rooftop solar.
Howard Hughes Corp. seems to stay on course as it navigates burial grounds and being in the path of rail.