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“Honestly, we’re just trying to keep up with demand,” the state’s trails manager said.
UPDATED: As hundreds of telescope opponents gather for a second day at the base of Mauna Kea, others descend on the office of Gov. David Ige.
The oversight board stopped its former executive director and investigator from pursuing ethics investigations into the city police chief and his prosecutor wife.
Those include votes on Friday to fund national defense, curb Trump on Iran and compensate 9/11 victims.
Not only do patients have no idea about the actual prices of their prescriptions, but their doctors don’t either.
There was no smoking gun, just a “mountain of evidence” that led to the conspiracy conviction of the former Honolulu police chief, his prosecutor wife and two police officers.
Updated: No one was arrested Monday as hundreds of people protested construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope.
The Hawaii congresswoman raised less money in the second quarter of 2019 than she did in the first part of the year.
UPDATED: Some Native Hawaiians think construction of a new telescope will desecrate a sacred site that already holds 13 other telescopes.
Fisherman celebrated the abundance of fish flocking near the shore after the flood, but scientists say the damage left some species unhealthier.
Some say that’s a good thing because it encourages alternative transportation. But that kind of thinking can go too far.