Lawmakers on Wednesday shelved a bill that would have let voters decide whether the University of Hawaii should remain semi-autonomous.
Q: We have not noticed any roadwork going on, no resurfacing, repaving or repairs on Beretania Street, from University Avenue to South Street. Nothing has been done and the road is awful. What about finishing Beretania -- or even starting work on it?
Mandating the use of ethanol as a transportation fuel in Hawaii was supposed to revive the local sugar industry and make the state more energy self-sufficient, but those plans never panned out.
For the past year, motorists on Kapahulu Avenue may have noticed Lillian Miyaki coming and going from Anchor House Antiques. Some have even stopped, hoping for a peek inside the store that's been shuttered for a decade.
Local developer and former politician D.G. "Andy" Anderson wants to expand Haleiwa's commercial core with more businesses and homes, but the project is drawing flak from North Shore residents.
He's heard the command so many times during his 20-plus years as an actor that Daniel Dae Kim knows what to do when a director shouts, "Action!"
Larry Little first set foot in Hawaii as coach of the Centenary Gentlemen, but not even a subsequent courtside seat to the most turbulent period in University of Hawaii athletics as the Rainbow Warriors’ basketball coach ever changed the gentleman part.