A federal labor report has found that Hawaii leads the nation in union membership.
Honolulu’s police commission has approved hiring a lawyer to represent a retired chief in a federal case that accuses him of using police resources to frame a relative.
A photographer who captured one of the iconic images from the Sept. 11 terrorist attack has been appointed to a prestigious Hawaii artist-in-residence program.
A rail contractor whistleblower says the U.S. Department of Transportation’s inspector general has inquired about his claims.
Two Hawaii legislative committees have rejected proposals that would have banned a variety of plastics used by the food service industry.
Honolulu officials have agreed to pay $5.25 million to settle a lawsuit filed on behalf of a firefighter who died after he was injured in a training exercise.
The University of Hawaii has warned that proposed budget reductions by the Hawaii Legislature would result in the elimination of hundreds of positions.