But does the move miss the point when it comes to keeping Hawai‘i free from the threat of nuclear attack?
#MissileAlert could mean federal control over states’ alert systems
Movement on state chlorpyrifos ban, neonicotinoids and glyphosate restrictions
Hawaiʻi lawmakers in the House Ag and Environmental Protection committees advance tough regulations against harmful pesticides for the first time.
Hōkūleʻa to sail into Pearl Harbor for the very first time
The voyaging canoe will visit Puʻuloa or “Long Hill,” a place full of history, tragedy and, perhaps, hope as well.
Founder, publisher of theHI announces council candidacy
Ikaika Hussey enters the race for Honolulu City Council in the 6th District.
More than half of Hawai‘i’s jailed population have not been found guilty
And the primary reason is because most jailed people cannot afford to post bail.
How the TMT reproduces sexual violence
What do rapists like Brock Turner or Harvey Weinstein have to do with the Thirty-Meter Telescope? They are deeply intertwined.
Court cases reveal the limited deference to which the Hawaiian language is afforded by the state
ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi is an official state language but, as two court cases are highlighting, the extent to which the State of Hawaiʻi recognizes its citizens' rights to access Hawaiian in official capacities is limited.
What just happened at the State House?
Reps. Ito and Tokioka just lost their leadership positions on the House veterans committee, and it might have been because of a planned coup to overthrow House leadership.