DLNR says the main point of contention is not under its power to fix.
Chairman James Wataru says the commission has requested current policies and procedures, as well as a list of all injuries “so we can get a …
HART previously borrowed $50 million in August to deal with a cash crunch, and is authorized to draw up to $350 million.
HFD says they’re mostly due to more diligent reporting and more assignments, but the union says the numbers are a major red flag.
Honolulu’s fire chief says immediate changes were made in the wake of recent accidents — one of them deadly, the other serious.
Always Investigating spoke with all sides of an increasingly public dispute between the firefighters union and the Honolulu Fire Department.
The incident was caught on video, and first responders say it’s the latest case that shows a need for more safety measures.
The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation is asking for more time to find the funds to get rail all the way to Ala Moana.
Both the tendon system and the shims will have to be closely watched, maintained and replaced as needed for the life of the line.
The fishermen filed a federal lawsuit saying they escaped after being forced into involuntary servitude and getting paid far less than they …
It’s in response to pay- and living-condition complaints Always Investigating first exposed back in 2013.
In the years since foreign laborers and concerned advocates came forward about rock bottom pay, broken contracts and unsafe conditions on th…
Industry watchers say the Whole Foods move could be just the first of many.
Former project engineers have been dismissed after questioning procedures on costly change orders and delays.
This was first reported back in 2013 by KHON’s Always Investigating.
A lawsuit filed by Honolulu’s chief of police and his wife against the city ethics commission could cost taxpayers several hundred thousand …
A previous request was put off, and now the borrow amount has more than doubled.
For the first time in the project’s history, there’s a public list of subcontractors hired, what they’re being paid, and what they’re doing.
The city auditor estimated an outside accountant, management or law firm would likely take on such a job for between $25,000 and $100,000.
In all, nearly 24,000 pounds of potentially tainted food were distributed.