Hawaii Politics & Government
For once, they actually agree on something.
Six district residents argue that the former speaker does not actually live in Palolo.
The individual had been convicted of escape in the second degree, a felony.
Honolulu Pulse Awards have got to make people wonder.
Lawsuit argued that many Big Island voters were disenfranchised because they were unable to participate in primary due to Tropical Storm Iselle.
Hawaii governor and attorney general are reviewing the rejection letter; congressional delegates wanted federal help.
HHSC struggling to address $48 million budget shortfall.
The statewide zoning board has been unable to conduct official business since several members quit in July.
Democratic Party nominee for governor faces three opponents in November general election.
Trustees and CEO merely engaged in annual performance review, no "clandestine plot" to terminate him.
New data on Hawaii's workforce finds that doctors earn the most, but the largest occupation is retail salesperson.
Hawaii Island public safety officials ask residents to remain vigilant as scientists continue to monitor events.
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