Justin Britt, the sole dispensary licensee on Kauai, said in a filing that the suit by his business partner is baseless.
Last week’s long-overdue action on both plants shows we’re replacing fear with fact-based laws and policies.
Note to TV reporters: Shamelessly claiming your story is exclusive when it’s based on a press release is bogus — and demeaning.
Calmer than past sessions but still chaotic, House and Senate members worked to agree on legislation before the deadline.
A bill to create an independent review board for police killings and in-custody deaths moved closer to becoming law.
The president and CEO of the financially troubled museum was being probed for taking a personal loan from museum funds.
An impasse between the Senate and the House leaves plans to replace the crumbling jail in limbo, again.
UPDATED: Many high-profile applicants including Woody Harrelson and Tetris-designer Henk Rogers didn’t make the cut.
State officials reluctantly reveal the bid for a three-year contract to house up to 1,800 Hawaii prisoners on the mainland.
Hawaii’s Department of Health plans Friday morning to announce the licensees to grow and sell medical cannabis.
Hackers, coders and science geeks dive into challenges for space and here on Earth.
A megachurch that wants to be known for its heart struggles with a reputation for wielding its political influence in self-serving ways.
Nearly $62 million will subsidize developing affordable housing in Hawaii, but key lawmakers don’t support increasing a tax credit for renters.
More than 100,000 people have read our story on whether it pays to be a teacher in Hawaii.
The 3,000-mile distance between the islands and Saguaro exacts a heavy cost for inmates, their loved ones and the state.
As they battle it out at Honolulu Hale and the Capitol, ride-hailing and taxi companies also vie for the hearts of riders.
Parents who have experience with the complexities of special education can serve as meaningful guides for parents new to those systems.
Legislators shouldn’t use tactics to move bills that shut out the public from any voice in the process.
An experienced educator with a graduate degree and “highly qualified” status knows well what makes teaching here difficult. For him, Hawaii’s worth it.
One lawmaker creatively explains his position on legislation that would allow Alexander & Baldwin’s continued diversion of Maui stream waters.
Hawaii lawmakers provided funding for the Hawaii State Hospital, Hawaiian Home Lands, unfunded liabilities and University of Hawaii athletics.
Four out of the nine seats are up for grabs on the besieged Hawaii State Public Charter School Commission.
Honolulu’s police chief and his prosecutor wife, under a federal grand jury probe, deny allegations of corruption and abuse of power.