Robbie Dingeman

Editor Robbie Dingeman is a political junkie who has covered Hawai‘i state, county and federal politics for more than 25 years at two daily newspapers and one television newsroom.

  

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Stories by Robbie

Exclusive: Why You Need to Keep an Eye on Hawai‘i Quarterback McKenzie Milton

The Mililani High grad spills on an undefeated season, getting booed and where he’ll play next year.
2018.01.19 05:19 PM

Once-Homeless Families Move into Sand Island’s New Kahauiki Village

Government, private companies and volunteers built a plantation-style community that welcomed its first families into their new homes on Friday, Jan. 12.
2018.01.12 05:21 PM

Sour Poi Awards: Chronicling the Wild, Wacky and Just Plain Weird of 2017

The best of the worst of 2017.
2018.01.10 05:30 PM

Testing, Testing, Can You Hear the New Emergency Attack Siren in Your Area?

State agency says fewer complaints for first monthly test of 2018.
2018.01.02 05:16 PM

Editor’s Page: Changing of the Guard

People making a difference.
2018.01.02 08:55 AM

Good News for Honolulu Travelers: You Can Now Get Free Wi-Fi at the Airport

The State is expanding wi-fi coverage at Daniel K. Inouye International airport, other airports.
2017.12.21 05:25 PM

Quote Unquote: Police Chief Ballard Talks Guns, Body Cams and Even Cop Shows

Plus, find out what she’s changed already, what she thinks about body-worn cameras, role models and yoga.
2017.12.15 12:41 PM

Take a Look Back at 1960s Honolulu in This Former Reporter’s Breezy Memoir

David Butwin paints a dated portrait of Honolulu in “Barefoot Days, Electric Nights.”
2017.12.12 08:55 AM

Hawaiian Airlines Launches Stylish New Uniforms and Island-Inspired Menu

MW Restaurant’s Chef Wade Ueoka signs up to cook for main cabin.
2017.12.01 03:54 PM

Hawai‘i Begins Testing Nuclear Sirens for the First Time Since the Cold War

The state’s emergency warning alert system will sound two warning tones today and on the first working day of every month in response to the North Korea missile threat.
2017.12.01 10:19 AM

Editor’s Page: Growing

And celebrating homegrown.
2017.12.01 08:55 AM

Get a Free Tour of the Waialua Sunflower Fields Before They’re Gone

The farming operation will turn the North Shore flowers into sunflower oil after Monday, Nov. 20.
2017.11.17 11:36 AM
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