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A study by a public interest law firm is critical of the state Office of Information Practices’ handling of public records and open meeting challenges.
The state is violating public records law by blacking out too much information from nursing home inspection reports.
The council is proposing the use of a “genuine progress indicator” to evaluate the state in a way that goes beyond dollars and cents.
The utility company had canceled its contracts with SunEdison as it headed toward bankruptcy, but NRG Energy has stepped up in its place.
A couple lost their son in a hiking fall 20 years ago. They turned their grief into a memorial foundation raising money for lifeguards and firefighters.
Hawaii Gov. David Ige joins department heads asking legislators to approve funds for his Sustainable Hawaii Initiative.
The endangered species, which is endemic to Hawaii, is growing in population after decades of decline.
Two bills that would bolster day care oversight were approved by Senate committees on Monday.
State lawmakers have introduced two bills and a study is planned to determine the effectiveness of public-outreach campaigns.
The state approved nearly $200,000 in small claims to cover a wide range of incidents reported by residents, prisoners and others.
The apex predators are more than just a tourist attraction. Their protection in a marine park helps other fish thrive as well.