Judges and justices must retire at 70, but Wilson is as engaged as ever with environmental issues and criminal justice reform.
Let your lawmakers know where you stand on efforts to reform state government, because the next two weeks are crucial.
Federal decisions have made it clear that accused parents have rights, but the state agencies that run the child welfare system are continuing to ignore them.
Sunshine bills and rule changes are not enough if powerful legislators are allowed to rule over fiefdoms at the Capitol.
The high cost of public records and problems with the Office of Information Practices are on the governor's mind these days.
With 24 hours' notice and simple majority votes, the House and Senate could diminish the power of committee chairs and strengthen the hands of everyone else.
Approaching his first 100 days in office, the governor talks about his tax proposals, affordable housing and homelessness, and changing the culture of local politics.
Chief Joe Logan and two deputy chiefs discuss public outreach, recruitment issues, police discipline and wellness, body cameras and more.
UH President David Lassner defends his leadership against criticism from three state senators. "I am proud of the work that we're all doing," he says.
What does it mean to be a Democratic legislator in Hawaii? We are about to find out.