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Two of Hawaii's biggest Republican players held their cards close right up until Tuesday's deadline to file candidacies for county, state and federal offices. Charles... [Read More]
Transgender students' options for the use of bathrooms and locker rooms, dress codes and counseling are mapped out in a set of guidelines and policies created by... [Read More]
Alexandria Duval has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of her twin sister Anastasia Duval, who died Sunday in a single-car crash on... [Read More]
The head of the Grassroot Institute of Hawaii is running for an at-large trustee seat on the Office of Hawaiian Affairs board. Kelii Akina said in... [Read More]
Conservationists and others are crying foul over letters that state lawmakers recently sent President Obama that urged him to not consider expanding the Northwestern Hawaiian... [Read More]
Hillary Clinton on Friday did what has eluded her this election season; she made herself interesting and funny. In her foreign policy speech in San... [Read More]
Of 11 pharmaceuticals commonly found in sewage, University of Hawaii graduate student Jeffrey Murl has recently determined that seven of them have the potential to... [Read More]
The people of Maui have been looking to improve local government performance by amending the county charter to provide for a professional manager hired by... [Read More]
Sharks are eating onaga and other fish faster than fishermen can reel them in, compromising the quality and amount of fish that can be harvested... [Read More]
The Associated Press said Monday it had calculated that Hillary Clinton had clinched the 2,383 delegates she needed to win the Democratic presidential nomination. That... [Read More]
Former Honolulu Mayor Peter Carlisle has officially filed his candidacy for his old job, but City Council Chair Ernie Martin is staying out of the... [Read More]
Forecasts of thunderstorms, a strong current and large ships in the Hudson River couldn't stop the Hokulea from arriving in lower Manhattan this weekend as... [Read More]
For Leina'ala Lightner, it was time to celebrate years of hard work. Lightner and other Big Island activists traveled to Honolulu last week to be... [Read More]
Numbers can help us understand what's happening. But they also can misrepresent the facts or confuse us about what they mean. Most people, though, tend to believe numbers as valid... [Read More]
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As one of the world's leading tourist destinations, Hawaii gets its fair share of glowing international coverage highlighting our fabulous beaches, hotels, restaurants and more,... [Read More]
Our state needs to learn from Berlin: Gov. David Ige must veto House Bill 1850 HD1 SD3 CD1, the "Airbnb bill." Between 2009 and 2014,... [Read More]
Loretta Sheehan, a former prosecutor, was only nominated to the Honolulu Police Commission on Friday, but she already has big ideas for how to rebuild... [Read More]
U.S. Rep. Mark Takai on Friday endorsed Colleen Hanabusa's candidacy to replace him in Hawaii's 1st Congressional District. Hanabusa formerly served two terms in the seat, and... [Read More]
Kirk Caldwell continues to rack up labor support in his re-election campaign. This week, Honolulu's mayor won the support of Hawaii Teamsters and Allied Workers Local... [Read More]
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