Hawaii Politics & Government
Ige, Abercrombie and Aiona found themselves on the same Hawaiian Airlines flight last night.
State senator also questions why cost of the lieutenant governor's office has doubled under opponent's time on Maui.
Focus is on the budget, the economy, tourism, tech, education, health care, seniors, the environment, Hawaiians, homelessness, ag and energy.
The Campaign Spending Commission appears to have fixed the problem.
Items of interest you may have missed this week, and a look ahead.
Inmate Chad Teisina attempted to scale a tall fence with razor wire in prison recreation yard.
The Office of Hawaiian Affairs extended the timetable in response to feedback requesting more time and education.
Some exterior shots were filmed in Florida because that's where a yellow checker taxi was located. Will voters care?
Leading Democrats for Hawaii governor see eye to eye on invasive species, Banyan Drive and unfunded liabilities.
A lawsuit contends the lawmaker isn't qualified to represent his district because he doesn't actually live there.
The number of registered voters for the upcoming Hawaii's upcoming primary election is higher than it has been for any other primary since 1959.
Judge threw out case against MauiTime publisher, but county asks higher court to reconsider.
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