The Hawaii Legislature updated its medical cannabis law, but advocates say there’s more work to be done.
Legislators hand former Big Five sugar company Alexander & Baldwin water for its lands in Central Maui
Earthjustice demands the Department of Agriculture get a Clean Water Act permit or halt chemical pollution on the west side of Kauai.
We pay more for our food than in any other state; but a report finds the high cost doesn’t stop us from wasting much of it.
More than seven months after the transfer, state officials retroactively granted the required permit.
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The contract governing a deal to house at least 1,400 Hawaii inmates is about to be signed.
Justin Britt, the sole dispensary licensee on Kauai, said in a filing that the suit by his business partner is baseless.
Calmer than past sessions but still chaotic, House and Senate members worked to agree on legislation before the deadline.
A bill to create an independent review board for police killings and in-custody deaths moved closer to becoming law.
An impasse between the Senate and the House leaves plans to replace the crumbling jail in limbo, again.
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The 3,000-mile distance between the islands and Saguaro exacts a heavy cost for inmates, their loved ones and the state.
As they battle it out at Honolulu Hale and the Capitol, ride-hailing and taxi companies also vie for the hearts of riders.
State officials reluctantly reveal the bid for a three-year contract to house up to 1,800 Hawaii prisoners on the mainland.
Hawaii’s Department of Health plans Friday morning to announce the licensees to grow and sell medical cannabis.