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Among the biggest splits between the two Democratic contenders is whether natural gas should be part of the state’s energy future.
An environmental group says a national ad by Verizon Communications misleads viewers about the company’s policies.
Compulsory union dues are a thing of the past due to a U.S. Supreme Court ruling. But some say a pro-union culture in the islands will prevail.
Whoever wins the race for governor will have to balance a budget that includes billion-dollar payments for retired state workers.
A west Oahu lawmaker, a perennial candidate and a former education official are vying to become just the third Republican governor since statehood.
The AG failed to account for forfeited property and didn’t spend $2 million for drug prevention programs as required by law, the report found.
The Department of Land and Natural Resources finds a new temporary site for sludge it will dredge from Manoa Stream.
Defense attorneys had wrongly hoped federal prosecutors were dropping conspiracy charges involving an alleged mailbox theft.
But a labor board panel has temporarily blocked Honolulu Police Chief Susan Ballard’s effort to release information explaining the decision.