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In a recent survey of military families, the housing programs at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam run by for-profit landlords were among the most widely criticized in the nation.
Hundreds of service members alleged they should have been warned about pesticide problem at the Marine Corps Base Hawaii in Kaneohe.
The Department of Defense and congressional members of both parties are pushing for new regulations on the private companies that serve as landlords.
Tripler Army Medical Center doctors found Grayson Beyer died from natural causes, and didn’t report suspicious evidence despite a Hawaii law requiring them to do so.
The state’s first Veterans Summit aims to bridge generational boundaries for the benefit of all veterans.
One official already pleaded guilty in May to charges related to conspiring to accept bribes in exchange for financial gain.
With little fanfare, experimental missiles are being launched at the Kauai Test Facility to test technologies being considered for future weapons programs.
The former range operations manager is accused of accepting bribes in exchange for procurement information while working at Schofield Barracks.
Proponents say a state plan to help a well-connected maritime firm is needed to save hundreds of jobs.
The former director of public affairs took money for authoring emails to top Navy officials on behalf of a contractor convicted of bribery and fraud.