Hawaii Politics & Government
Hawaii Island public safety officials ask residents to remain vigilant as scientists continue to monitor events.
Very well on a number of fronts, thank you, and overall we're No. 1.
The state's largest labor union backs Ige, Tsutsui, Schatz, Takai and Gabbard.
Board wants to know what went wrong during primary.
House Speaker Joe Souki: "Hawaii has lost a dedicated and passionate public servant."
Hawaii governor asking for federal assistance to help pay for damage caused by Tropical Storm Iselle.
GOP party chairwoman questions gubernatorial nominee's "quality of transparency and openness."
Hawaii Environmental Council talking invasive species, climate change at annual planning meeting.
Quarterly state report optimistic despite effects of tropical storms.
State-of-the-art interactive technology will help the public fill out court forms.
Yep, we pay a whole lot more than many other states.
Just 31 percent of voters did their duty in recent Evergreen State primary, compared with Hawaii's 41.5 percent.
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