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The Hawaii state flag will be flown at half-staff today in honor of Air Force Capt. Reid Nishizuka, who died in a plane crash in Afghanistan.
The Clarence T.C. Ching Foundation has given $7.5 million to Saint Louis School, the largest gift in the school's 167-year history, the school announced last week.
Kakaako has long been envisioned by state planners to become a dense piece of Honolulu's urban core with tall buildings. But development in the area would become much denser and taller under a draft plan tied to the city's rail project.
Repairs to a major water main break left the normally bustling McCully Shopping Center unusually quiet for a Friday afternoon, with some businesses estimating a loss of as much as a third of their usual business.
Hawaii mail carriers will join more than 175,000 nationwide today in the Postal Service's annual "Stamp Out Hunger" food drive.
Monday night’s meeting on the future of Thomas Square is expected to draw so many people that Honolulu Museum of Art Director Stephan Jost is worried there won’t be enough room in the 280-seat Doris Duke Theatre to accommodate everyone.
Hawaii Pacific University has named Matthew Liao-Troth as its first provost to help manage and oversee the 7,500-student private university.
Moped casualty was California visitor • Kaunakakai resident killed in collision
Maunalua fireworks get help from donor • Man who died while hiking is identified • Nualolo Cliff trail’s condition forces closure
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NEW YORK » According to the air bill slapped on the crate that arrived at Kennedy International Airport from London, an unnamed painting worth $100 was inside.
NEW YORK » As the major television networks prepare to unveil their new fall lineups in New York this week, they face threats from seemingly every corner.
Juan Cabato Cabanilla Jr. • Eva Cabral • C. Bruce Ellsworth; and more
When Amanda Wolfbauer, a high school senior, received the admissions verdict from Hamilton College, in Clinton, N.Y., she posted on Twitter, "What does one do once they're on a college waitlist? #frustrated #)worsethanrejection."
NEW YORK » Years ago, a friend who had moved to New York from Minneapolis to go to college marveled that the people she met who had been raised on the Upper East Side spoke with "no accent."
On Sunday, as part of a daylong event promoting more pedestrian and bicycle travel, a stretch of Cooke Street will become what organizers hope could be the future of traffic on Oahu.
The three sons of Loida Wideman, who vanished on Mother's Day 2012, want to do something for their mom on the anniversary of her disappearance: May 13.
A Haleiwa woman pleaded not guilty Thursday to a charge that she killed her dog last month in her home.
A special-education teacher at Leilehua High School is in federal custody, accused of receiving methamphetamine shipments from the mainland and sending proceeds from their sale back to California.