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Trace amounts of organic chemicals that were found in drinking water during routine testing on Maui and the Big Island are related to former pineapple and sugar cane production.
The move by the inspector general comes after a Civil Beat investigation and request from four congressmen.
The counties have been unable to collect enough data on the type of mask worn in drowning incidents to draw any conclusions yet.
Hawaiian officials expressed disappointment that the preliminary decision doesn’t give the two airlines with full antitrust immunity.
The casualties include stronger security at Kaneohe Marine Corps Base and a new machine gun range on Guam.
Climate change and poor land management are fueling fires that are burning a significant portion of Hawaii’s land.
The board went into a closed-door session to talk about how open to be with its reports.
After a 50-year career in public interest law and advocacy, Hawaii Appleseed Center co-founder Victor Geminiani announced on Wednesday that he will step down as the agency’s longtime executive director.
The Maui wastewater case has far-reaching ramifications for the nation’s rivers, lakes and oceans. And it’s headed to a conservative Supreme Court.
David Ige’s office says he does not keep track of his visitors, raising transparency concerns.