Senate Bill 1034 would still allow for physical meetings, but there are worries that one provision in the bill could limit meeting access to some individuals.
The COVID-19 pandemic prompted dozens of states to allow bars and restaurants to sell to-go alcohol. Will Hawaii’s new liquor policy stick after the virus subsides?
The deputy sheriff who shot Delmar Espejo is still employed by the state.
The governor’s latest financial plan calls for $285 million in cuts to public employee costs over 2 years.
The Hawaii Longline Association says it has worked to improve the lives of foreign fishermen after reports about squalid conditions on some vessels.
Government agencies also need to get better at sharing their data, including information on arrests and demographics, experts say.
UPDATED: Hawaii’s Judiciary is stepping up efforts to combat racism and bias but it’s also grappling with possible budget cuts.
The Department of Education will present the schools’ proposed reorganization plans to the state Board of Education on Thursday.