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Mauna Loa Helicopters, whose chopper made a hard landing on a downtown street Wednesday and hit an unoccupied car, has had at least three other emergency landings in Hawaii in the past year and a half.
A Wahiawa man accused of the 17-minute shooting rampage that left one dead and two wounded might take the witness stand Monday when his trial resumes.
Mayor Kirk Caldwell on Thursday detailed a Housing First pilot project to provide shelter for up to 100 chronically homeless people across Oahu.
The Hawaii Supreme Court has overturned the contempt conviction of a Kapolei woman who went to jail for more than a day for allegedly violating a court order involving her son and his girlfriend.
Legislators strengthened Hawaii laws against human trafficking this session, passing bills to criminalize solicitation of minors, make solicitation of prostitution offenses ineligible for deferred acceptance of guilty pleas and to clarify that sex and labor trafficking are reportable cases of child abuse and neglect. However, advocates say there is more to do.
Maunalua Communities Foundation said it will hold the sixth annual Independence Day at Maunalua Bay Festival, although no fireworks are planned unless a donor steps forward.
U.S. Pacific Fleet's annual Pacific Partnership humanitarian mission will take place in the Oceania region over a four-month period beginning this month using the amphibious dock landing ship USS Pearl Harbor, the Navy said.
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A helicopter's crash-landing in downtown Honolulu that badly damaged a parked car and left a cut on a passenger's head could have been deadly.
A plan to update Kauai's single-lane Opaekaa Bridge has officials and residents discussing how much of the bridge's history should be preserved while structural changes are made to enhance safety.
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Treating a patient with a brain hemorrhage at Kaiser Permanente Hawaii cost $30,000. The price for the same procedure seven miles away at Straub Clinic & Hospital is 80 percent higher at $54,000. Why the $24,000 price disparity?
A service for Air Force Capt. Reid Kijiro Nishizuka, who was killed April 27 when the aircraft he was piloting crashed in Afghanistan, will be held Saturday at Central Union Church.
Fifty-four percent of Hawaii's 2012 public school graduates enrolled in two- and four-year colleges — up from 53 percent the year before.
A new bacterial disease off Kauai's North Shore is quickly killing coral, federal biologists say.
The third inmate death at Oahu Community Correctional Center in two months has prompted state Public Safety Director Ted Sakai to say "we have a crisis on our hands."
A New Jersey man filed a lawsuit Wednesday alleging that he was sexually molested when he attended St. Anthony's parish and school in Kailua from 1978 to 1981 when he was about 10 to 13 years old.
A helicopter pilot and her passenger walked away from a crash landing on a busy downtown street Wednesday afternoon, and no pedestrians or drivers were injured.