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The looming legislative session offers an opportunity to push for much-needed improvements in the workers’ compensation system.
Keith Kaneshiro may be the target of a federal investigation into corruption. But his office will neither confirm nor deny.
HPD’s “lift zones” for park camping and a diversion-from-jail program with city prosecutors are welcome ideas to alleviate a vexing crisis.
Instead of taxing visitors and residents, the revenue could come from ticket buyers.
Other states allow for the process but not us, even though we’ve had our share of close races.
The Department of Education is seeking public input on revising its outdated rules. The Legislature should pitch in as well.
The Thirty Meter Telescope can take Hawaii and the world to the farthest reaches of the universe.
The recent approach of Hurricane Lane was a reminder that the islands will be hit hard sooner or later. We are far too vulnerable right now.