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Police said Tuesday that a vacationing U.S. Border Patrol agent was not trying to rescue a swimmer when he died Sunday at Waimea Falls.
A McCully man was charged Tuesday with felony attempted assault for allegedly trying to gouge out the eye of a University of Hawaii graduate student.
All beef and dairy bulls coming into Hawaii or moved between herds here must be tested for bovine trichomoniasis, under a quarantine order Tuesday from the state Department of Agriculture.
Officials from the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands are to address concerns of lawmakers raised by a state auditor's report in April that said the agency lacks clearly defined roles and responsibilities for trust adminstration and kept insufficient data on loan delinquencies and other programs.
A federal jury found three men accused of extortion involving The Shack Waikiki restaurant not guilty Tuesday of all charges.
An emerging condominium development boom in Kakaako got a lot bigger Tuesday, with the owner of Ward Centers announcing it will build 900 units in three towers — at the same time.
It's always welcome news when local officials manage to solve a problem, and University of Hawaii athletic director Ben Jay appears to have done so on the weighty matter of naming UH sports teams.
Oliver "Ollie" Mitchell, a big-band trumpet player who performed and recorded with such stars as Elvis Presley and B.B. King before moving to Hawaii in the 1980s and launching successful bands on Oahu and Hawaii island, died May 11 at his home in Puako, Hawaii. He was 86.
Is there any law that prohibits posting signs on utility poles? In Aiea and Pearl City, I counted four signs that say "We buy and sell houses."
Former judge barred from practicing law • Bill would require fingerprinting at airport • Motorcyclist dies of injuries from accident • Shooting victim is ID'd and man is in custody
School custodian arrested on drug counts • Bicyclist injured in Nuuanu accident
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CHENGDU, China » It was, at first glance, a rather modest initial public offering by a small Chinese company seeking to expand production of the key ingredient used in traditional remedies said to shrink gallstones, reduce fevers and sooth the aftereffects of excessive drinking.
Everyone riding in an automobile in Hawaii must now use a seat belt, under one of two traffic safety bills Gov. Neil Abercrombie signed into law Monday.
Hawaii's public schools will be allowed to ignore parts of the federal No Child Left Behind law in favor of a state-developed accountability system, under a waiver granted Monday by the U.S. Department of Education.
A vacationing U.S. Border Patrol agent died Sunday attempting to save a woman in distress in a pool at Waimea Falls.
Car wheel boots may soon be banned in Hawaii — depending on whether Gov. Neil Abercrombie signs into a law a bill to outlaw the devices.
Police are continuing to search for a woman who a friend said worked as an escort and was last seen in Waikiki early Thursday.
The City Council will take a final vote in two weeks on a balanced, $2 billion operating budget that neither raises property tax rates nor fees and makes no cuts in services.