Board backs off skip-to-parole for Manoa rapist; work furlough again a prerequisite

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…

House approves rail funding proposal, bill heads to governor for signature

Senate Bill 4 now heads to the governor for his signature.

Mayor’s stress test claim ‘evaporated’ as FTA reaffirms half-billion pad not required

The mayor said today multiple times he’s just trying to be wary of a shortfall.

Relief on the way as top school officials anticipate restoration of some Maui bus routes

Both the new superintendent and her assistant in charge of the bus operations tell us the end of the bus service crunch is near.

Last-minute meeting fails to resolve Maui school bus crisis, students still stuck in the middle

Maui’s mayor, and representatives of the state DOE and Roberts Hawaii met Friday afternoon to see if Roberts Hawaii could take over.

Judge orders 10-day pause on Maui sand mining as lawsuit moves forward

Plaintiffs say it could be disrupting Hawaiian burials in an area where hundreds of warriors were slain in a 1776 battle.