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We can’t stop tourists from flying here, but we can control where they stay and what they do.
And while we’re at it, general election day should no longer be a state holiday.
The commission mishandled its role in the Kealoha corruption case, demonstrating the need for a higher level of integrity and accountability than political appointees are providing.
President Donald Trump would be wise to use Defense Department money to clean up base housing before he spends it on a border wall.
In thwarting the will of a unanimous Legislature, the governor ignored a state audit that found big problems with the way authorities confiscate property.
The recent conviction of a former deputy prosecutor underscores the need for new blood in the city office.
The sordid chronicle of corruption and conspiracy at the highest levels of law enforcement demands greater vigilance from us all.
A nonprofit organization with the willingness and the resources to produce a financial transparency model for education spending is being thwarted by the state.
It’s time for a deep look into how the council is operating, particularly how it has been spending millions of dollars in grants and contracts.
Honolulu can’t afford to keep bucking the national trend by both providing refuse and recycling containers and picking them up — all free of charge.