Hawaii Politics & Government
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.
According to the State Ethics Commission, they include Neil Abercrombie, Mufi Hannemann, Shan Tsutsui, Faye Hanohano and Richard Fale.
Most were transfered from Waiawa and Halawa correctional facilities on Oahu. None came from Arizona prisons.
Federal Highway Administration estimates distracted driving may be factor in 10 percent of crashes.
The Abercrombie re-election campaign sends along photographic proof.
Debut issue focuses on primary election, especially gubernatorial race between Abercrombie and Ige.
Items of interest you may have missed this week, and a look ahead.
Molokai's unemployment rate shot up from 8.6 percent in May to 13.8 percent in June.
Hawaii Land Use Commission still can't resume its work, but is one member closer.
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