Hawaii legislative report call for combating corruption, improving transparency, and changing fundraising rules.
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|Hawai‘i legislative report calls for ‘better, honest’ government
A recently formed commission is recommending passage of 14 bills at the Legislature largely aimed at combating public corruption, improving government transparency and changing fundraising and campaign spending rules. Star-Advertiser. Civil Beat. Hawaii Public Radio. Tribune-Herald.
Hawai‘i state Legislature bills to combat illegal fireworks fizzle out
Senate set to vote on making state police shooting board permanent
Hawai‘i to receive $3.6M to help working families lower energy costs
Hawai‘i tourism is rebounding but Japan remains a barrier
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|Honolulu rail project gets estimated time arrival
The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation has three months to submit its revised plans for the rail to federal officials for funding. The new plan shortens the route by more than a mile and removes two stations, HART said the changes were necessary to afford the project and get it on track. KHON2.
River of Life serves up final meal at longtime Chinatown site
DOH investigates after piles of construction material are dumped at property
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|Katherine Kealoha to be a witness in case targeting her brother
The trial of a Hawai‘i Island doctor accused of writing opioid prescriptions for his friends to sell or trade to fuel their cocaine consumption opened Thursday with federal prosecutors labeling him a drug dealer and the defense arguing he was an addict legally treating people in pain. Star-Advertiser. Hawaii News Now. KHON2.
Tsunami museum reopens in Hilo: Today marks anniversary of devastating 1946 wave
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|DOE plans to open Kihei high school with ‘hybrid model’
The state Department of Education plans to open the new Kihei high school through a “temporary hybrid model” that will allow incoming freshmen to use space at Lokelani Intermediate this fall before transitioning to the high school’s new campus in January. Maui News.
Maui visitors in February more than double from same month last year
Arrests made in connection with theft that preceded deadly crash involving MPD employee
|Kaua‘i Creative Technology Center granted $650K
The Kaua‘i Creative Technology Center, a long-planned facility to build a local creative industry, is projected to break ground sometime next year. The new construction timeline follows the Center’s receipt of $650,000 in federal Community Project Funding, announced by U.S. Rep. Kai Kahele. When complete, the Center will occupy 2,800 square feet of renovated office space within the West Kaua‘i Technology and Visitor Center in Waimea Town. Garden Island.
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