The Office of Hawaiian Affairs says the annual cap of $15.1 million is too low and that state agencies should do a better job reporting their revenues.
The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights reversed its 12-year-old opposition, and now supports providing Native Hawaiians similar status to Native American tribes.
The action by Abigail Kawananakoa’s legal team comes during a court battle over her capacity to make decisions about her fortune.
The Thirty Meter Telescope can take Hawaii and the world to the farthest reaches of the universe.
The longest-serving OHA trustee faces allegations of ethics violations while also waging a re-election fight.
Up for grabs are three OHA at-large seats, as well as seats representing Maui and Oahu.
Robin Danner and her son, Garrett, were arrested Wednesday after a confrontation when authorities tried to evict a former caretaker at Kumu Camp.
A residential development is on hold while a developer devises a plan for the iwi — 12 years after the state warned the city of their possible presence.