The Hawaii Paroling Authority is still willing to let him take his first steps outside of Halawa prison, but only into a work furlough progr…
Senate Bill 4 addresses the city’s rail construction shortfall of $2.378 billion.
Senate Bill 4 now heads to the governor for his signature.
The mayor said today multiple times he’s just trying to be wary of a shortfall.
The mayor asked lawmakers to be ready to step in again if the state plan comes up short.
An undercurrent of tension between the mayor and lawmakers has spilled over into outright mistrust.
The agreement involves extending the general excise tax and raising the visitor-based Transient Accommodations Tax through the year 2030.
Always Investigating crunched the numbers and found a big drop in public transportation users, which could spell trouble when it comes to co…
Christina Kishimoto says she wants Hawaii to be seen as the top public education system in the U.S., and has a three-pronged approach to mak…
Both the new superintendent and her assistant in charge of the bus operations tell us the end of the bus service crunch is near.
Firefighters have been told to bag up their jackets, pants, and hoods, take them out of service, and drop them off at the department’s main …
A West Maui lawmaker is calling on the governor to have the Board of Education either issue a supplemental contract or rescind the contract …
Maui’s mayor, and representatives of the state DOE and Roberts Hawaii met Friday afternoon to see if Roberts Hawaii could take over.
Officials suggested the already congested county bus, but the problem is for the 161 riders who need to get to Lahainaluna High School.
Always Investigating has learned there were red flags about hiring challenges as early as last year when the DOE was finalizing bids for Kau…
Plaintiffs say it could be disrupting Hawaiian burials in an area where hundreds of warriors were slain in a 1776 battle.
A decontamination chamber and warning signs are among the steps being taken by the building’s contractor.
The president of the Hawaii Fire Fighters Association says the police report “is more of an intimidation tactic.”
Eleven days after the fire dislodged the hazardous material, there’s still not yet an asbestos abatement plan in authorities’ hands.
Some rank-and-file firefighters are asking why a mobile command center didn’t respond when called.