Always Investigating is tracking school violence that goes beyond bullying and misbehavior.
HART sought a replacement, hoping to do so at a cost savings, but added and overlapping costs is putting the overall tab much higher.
A tax watchdog group said that the state’s share was unconstitutional, and now it’s filed a lawsuit over it.
Always Investigating got all the original spill reports from the city to see what was measured when, and what wasn’t even counted.
Basic fixes at parks can stall for years or never seem to get off the ground.
Always Investigating found a homeless-student problem far bigger than any high-profile encampment. Thousands across our state and in the cla…
To find out Always Investigating went right to the source at the Sand Island Wastewater Treatment facility.
As public school student bodies continue to grow, a qualified-teacher shortage also continues to plague the system.
Resources that helped one school deal with last year’s lava threat will address major concerns at other schools.
Chief procurement officer calls for better buying ideas
Always Investigating found out exactly what it cost to give a school up for lost, then bring the campus back to life less than a year later.
Always Investigating took a look at the inventory of public housing to see if all available units are being lived in.
Honolulu’s rail project is getting into more congested residential and business areas, and to get the train going, some property owners will…
OCCC escapee Isaiah Kaisa and WCCC escapee Cheryl Nihoa have been charged with escape in the second degree.
A long-awaited high school stadium on Maui finally receives the green light.
Hawaii’s oldest high school is another step closer to being able to use its new $9 million stadium.
Since 2013, Honolulu County has rung up $55 million on more than 600 pCards.
The contract, which has yet to be awarded, will likely go to the lowest bidder, Nan Inc.
An investigation into misspending on Maui has resulted in some changes, but so far no findings of criminal wrongdoing.
Thousands who served as a cleanup crew after nuclear testing in the Marshall Islands say they’re being denied critical care.