While rising cost estimates prompt talk of shortening the route or even stopping the project altogether, they’re still working on the railroad.
We might spend about $1.74 billion less in local funds by dismantling the project instead of completing it. But that could prove costly in other ways.
After a procession from police headquarters to the state Capitol, a ceremony remembered those who died in the line of duty.
The Honolulu Ethics Commission forced its executive director and staff to start filling out time sheets to show what they do every six minutes.
The well-known Oahu businessman is the founder and chairman of a company that owns several properties along the rail route. Now he’s on the HART board.
City officials were unable to get specific Monday about why local and federal estimates differ by up to $1.2 billion.
Officials have taken a curious approach to withholding information about an employment disagreement that we think should be public.
Contractor who accused Nan of defrauding federal government now says it was a mistake and a misunderstanding.
Civil Beat’s latest podcasting effort, in conjunction with PRX, will bring stories from Hawaii to a national audience.
It’s been a high-profile issue in Hawaii since 1996, but advocates think next year could bring success at the Legislature.
Honolulu’s police chief and his prosecutor wife, under a federal grand jury probe, deny allegations of corruption and abuse of power.