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  HONOLULU – Gov. David Y. Ige, together with Superintendent Dr. Christina Kishimoto, announced today that the state has kept its promise to put air conditioners in 1,000 classrooms. In ...
Read More GOVERNOR’S OFFICE NEWS RELEASE: Governor and DOE keep promise to put air conditioners in 1,000 classrooms

HONOLULU – Attorney General Douglas S. Chin announced today the release of the State of Hawaii’s annual Uniform Crime Report, Crime in Hawaii, 2016. The report shows that in Calendar ...
Read More ATG NEWS RELEASE: Crime in Hawai`i at record low level in 2016

Mention state government, and cynics see only bureaucracy. But Gov. David Ige sees the future. He has challenged state departments to modernize, innovate and make government work better for all ...
Read More From the governor: Delivering on promises for the future

HONOLULU – Gov. David Ige today announced two appointments to the Third Circuit Court (Island of Hawaiʻi) as follows:   Henry Taro Nakamoto, 53, District Family Court Judge, Third Circuit, ...
Read More GOVERNOR’S OFFICE NEWS RELEASE: Governor Ige appoints two Third Circuit Court (Island of Hawaiʻi) judges

Visual Observations Show No Impact to Marine Resources (Lihu‘e, Kaua‘i) – The second scheduled aerial application of a rodenticide to eliminate invasive rats from the State Seabird Sanctuary on Lehua ...
Read More DLNR NEWS RELEASE: Second application of rodenticide on Lehua Island complete

HONOLULU – The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled yesterday that the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act does not require identification of a particular school for delivery of special ...
Read More ATG NEWS RELEASE: Ninth Circuit rules in state’s favor in case under the federal individuals with Disabilities Education Act

WHAT:   News conference to announce completion of state’s promise to cool 1,000 classrooms WHO:             Governor David Ige Superintendent Christina Kishimoto Tala Ealim, Senior, Nānākuli High School Board of Education Chair ...
Read More GOVERNOR’S OFFICE MEDIA ADVISORY: News conference to announce completion of state’s promise to cool 1,000 classrooms

HONOLULU – The Hawaiʻi Civil Rights Commission (HCRC) and the County of Maui today announced the settlement of a complaint alleging the denial of a reasonable accommodation for an employee ...
Read More DLIR NEWS RELEASE: State Civil Rights Commission settles disability discrimination case with the county of Maui

What: Monthly Siren Test Who: Hawaii Emergency Management Agency When: September 1, 2017   HONOLULU — The State’s monthly test of the Statewide Outdoor Warning Siren System using the Attention ...
Read More HI-EMA NEWS RELEASE: Siren and emergency alert system test

No issue has galvanized the community more than homelessness — with the governor’s homelessness coordinator Scott Morishige and his team leading the charge. For the first time in eight years, ...
Read More Progress on homelessness: First statewide decrease in 8 years

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