Honolulu’s police chief and his prosecutor wife, under a federal grand jury probe, deny allegations of corruption and abuse of power.
Honolulu police are investigating whether an officer misrepresented himself in a high-profile manslaughter case to help a local reporter.
HART and city officials anxiously await bid results to know just how much the estimated $6.6 billion project will actually cost.
Honolulu City Council Chairman Ernie Martin said he wants to direct $250,000 to social services instead of giving it to a capital campaign for a Christian megachurch.
Law professors say the City and County of Honolulu should not give $250,000 for the expansion of an evangelical Christian church.
The future of HART executive director Dan Grabauskas is up in the air as the board decides to take an extra two months to evaluate his performance.
Housing, homelessness and sewer repair proposals were cut Wednesday, but council members say their spending plan is far from set.
Officer Maulia Labarre’s arrest is the latest in a string of embarrassing missteps and high-profile cases of misconduct involving HPD and its staff.
The Department of Education wants to levy fees on new developments to help offset school construction costs near several planned rail stations.
More than 100,000 people have read our story on whether it pays to be a teacher in Hawaii.
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.
UPDATED: The nonprofit organization argues that it’s eligible for the $180,000 federal grant, and may close if it doesn’t receive the money.
A final version of the audit released Friday is nearly identical to the draft leaked Thursday, except it now contains an 85-page response from the agency.