The Hawaiian Homes Commission on Tuesday approved sweeping changes to the basic framework for the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands' controversial month-to-month land leasing program, authorizing reforms intended to make the process more transparent and more fair.
Fisheries management officials are considering changes that could have profound effects on the catch and sale of popular island fish — from yellowfin ahi to deep-water species such as opakapaka and onaga.
The federal criminal case against the man accused of stealing Honolulu Police Chief Louis Kealoha's mailbox has been dismissed and the FBI might now be looking into the Honolulu Police Department's handling of the case.
The number of rooftop solar permits Honolulu issued in November marks 19 months of year-over-year decline for the solar industry. The City and County of Honolulu issued 520 rooftop solar building permits last month compared with 1,040 in November 2013.
Talking to strangers can pay off. Especially when the stranger is a nice lady with a good recipe and a willingness to share.
The way I see it, restaurants in Hawaii largely fall into three camps: the local, the national corporate and the Japan-affiliated, whether the owner is a transplant or the company has Japan ties.
Two prominent surfing figures, Sunny Garcia and Randy Rarick, join Honolulu Marathon President Jim Barahal in the 2015 class of the Hawaii Sports Hall of Fame.