Viewers from the Valley Isle sent video of heavy weekend sand truck traffic coming and going near the Maui Lani excavation and stockpile sit…
With construction in the area still years away and far from a certainty, what is HART doing with the vacant land in the meantime?
Shipments of sand and aggregate from Maui are peaking again, and sand digging continues, largely at the 1,000-acre Maui Lani development.
A consent order and a long-awaited final report on the spill reveal the extent of human error that compounded the problem.
The Hawaii Paroling Authority board showed a willingness to at least consider a plan to let him out of prison, which will be reviewed in six…
Darrel Galera said he decided to withdraw “so the search can continue without the distraction caused by my application.”
The Harold K.L. Castle Foundation says it won’t pay $50,500 unless the integrity of the process is assured.
Critics are calling foul, while supporters say it doesn’t dampen his qualifications nor the hiring process from here on out.
The Department of Human Services has been making concerted efforts to stop overpayments before they start and get back more recent ones that…
Gina Mangieri continues to track the issues and changes made to help those who need it.
Domestic violence is often cited as a top priority for lawmakers and public safety officials, but just how well is the system working to pro…
When city authorities catch landlords in the act, it’s often the renters who suffer most.
Viewers from across Oahu reached out to us concerned that some of these new homes in residential communities are actually apartment complexe…
It’s rarely accounted for in the state’s budgeting process, and won’t immediately be fixed, even as the state transitions to higher-tech pay…
Superintendent Kathryn Matayoshi, once rated as “exceptional,” found herself being ushered out.
After years of digging, only KHON2’s Always Investigating has learned what was found.
Kaiser High School’s principal, star football coach, and other staff were gone amid an investigation with no details made public.
Always Investigating found extensive blackouts in the health department’s health care facility inspection reports.
HPD had a budget last fiscal year of more than $236 million from the general fund and didn’t spend all of it.
Sources say part of the agreement involves getting paid under $500,000, an amount close to the rest of his salary through 2019.