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Homelessness ‘Out Of Control’ In Honolulu

The same goes for New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle and Portland, Ore.

Grassroot Institute Versus Nai Aupuni, Round 3

U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy halts the vote count in a Native Hawaiian election.

Climate Change Focus On Marshall Islands

The Associated Press and Washington Post report on the threat of rising sea levels in Micronesia.

UH Board Chair Gives $500K To Support Music

Randy Moore and his wife, Lynne Johnson, made the donation to support musicology students and UH Manoa’s music department.

CDC Checks Out Dengue Fever Outbreak

One local doctor says pregnant women should steer clear of the island.

Hawaii, A Model For Gun Control?

Gun smuggling is kind of hard when you’re on an island in the middle of the ocean.

Schatz, Gabbard Assess Crisis in Europe, Middle East

The Hawaii officials made separate fact-finding trips over the weekend, stopping in Germany, Jordan, Egypt and Paris for a series of meetings with officials, refugees and faith leaders.

‘Trumpeting Racism’ Is About Donald Trump

UH law school to host lecture about racism, politics and Donald Trump.

New Groups Back NextEra Energy Deal

Local chambers of commerce and another union have announced their support for buying out Hawaiian Electric.

Warning: This Will Get Stuck In Your Head

The Trump Trolls have done it this time. A parody released by a fictitious “Red, White and You” PAC turns the candidates and his supporters into a 2-minute audio punchline.

Hawaii Health Connector To Close Sooner

Gov. David Ige says it’s important to accelerate the transition of the healthcare marketplace to the state.

Data Breach Affects 54 Starwood Hotels

Hawaii officials are alerting consumers that their credit card information may have been compromised.

Hirono: Politicians ‘Demonize’ Immigrants

The Hawaii senator says “divisive rhetoric” is stopping meaningful reform.

Gabbard: End Efforts To Oust Assad

The Hawaii Democrat joins a Georgia Republican in introducing a bill calling on the U.S. to cease efforts to remove the Syrian president from power.

Gabbard Votes To Tighten Refugee Screening

The Hawaii congresswoman supports a Republican-led effort to severely restrict admission of Iraqi and Syrian refugees.

Court Rejects Bid To Stop Na’i Aupuni Vote

The election of delegates to a Native Hawaiian constitutional convention can proceed, the U.S. Ninth Circuit rules.

UH Cancer Center Seeks New Director

A year after the last director resigned while embroiled in controversy, the university proceeds with finding a replacement.

Feds Give Hawaii $660K Award For SNAP

Governor says the money will be reinvested in the state’s efforts to better serve the public.

Section 8 Program Gets High Rating

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development gave the city’s Section 8 program a “High Performer” rating for the fifth year in a row.

Hawaii GOP: Ige Wrong On Syrian Refugees

The Hawaii Republican Party says the state can’t handle Syrian refugees.

Governor Offers Aloha To Syrian Refugees

Gov. David Ige said safety will remain the top priority, but all people will be welcomed in Hawaii.

Rail Talk Was Part Of Campaign Trip

Mayor Kirk Caldwell’s campaign covered the cost of his visit to Washington, D.C., where he talked with federal transportation officials and held a political fundraiser.

UH Hires Carleton Ching For Land Post

The former development industry lobbyist was at the center of controversy this year during his ill-fated nomination to head the state Department of Land and Natural Resources.

Goodbye Ansaldo, Hello Hitachi

UPDATED The Italian rail car manufacturer was recently acquired by Hitachi, which HART Chairman Don Horner considers a positive for the city’s $6.6 billion project.

‘Zero’ Veteran Homelessness In Virginia

Virginia is the first state in the country to functionally end veteran homelessness.