Acknowledging the split between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton supporters, the governor tells convention attendees, “There is more that unites us than divides us.”
Some nonprofits won and some lost out on state grants this year while lawmakers nixed legislation to reform the oft-criticized process.
While rising cost estimates prompt talk of shortening the route or even stopping the project altogether, they’re still working on the railroad.
Intermediate and high school teams design remotely-operated robots that can do complex jobs underwater.
An upcoming ruling on island sovereignty disputes by the United Nations will do little to lessen the tension between China and its rivals.
Gov. David Ige says he is open to a report’s recommendations for stronger regulation and monitoring of chemicals sprayed by seed companies.
Focusing on the form of development could help us avoid becoming another Oahu.
The bill would leverage a new FBI tool to quickly update records of gun owners who’ve been busted and may not be allowed to possess a firearm.
Many of the costs the state pays aren’t detailed in budget documents. And the expense is not the only issue.
A suit stemming from the 2012 election reaches the Supreme Court, which seems poised to order changes at the Office of Elections.
Physicians generally don’t get paid for assistance rendered over the phone or through email. Hawaii’s biggest insurer is about to change that.
Hawaii was where crystal meth first arrived in the U.S. Three generations later, the islands still have one of the country’s highest usage rates.
We might spend about $1.74 billion less in local funds by dismantling the project instead of completing it. But that could prove costly in other ways.
Civil Beat’s latest podcasting effort, in conjunction with PRX, will bring stories from Hawaii to a national audience.
It’s been a high-profile issue in Hawaii since 1996, but advocates think next year could bring success at the Legislature.
Though criticized in recent weeks by agricultural interests, it remains a valid tool to help solve conflict over pesticides on the Garden Isle.
An 8-year-old projection of ridership on Honolulu rail makes a lot of assumptions. If they’re flawed, we’re in trouble.
The powerful and well-off are doing fine already. It’s the rest of the country that needs a wider path to prosperity.
Increasing the square mileage within the national monument would be beneficial for both fishing and conservation.
The columnist joins a tour group of mostly Hawaii residents in a quest to experience the island nation before the U.S. trade embargo is lifted.
Some Republicans sought to run off their House minority leader over her lack of love for Trump. Does their party have elected leaders to spare?