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What caused the right main landing wheel to lock up, forcing a single-engine light airplane to flip over at Dillingham Airfield on Oahu in November remains undetermined, according to federal investigators.
Hawaii island police arrested a 39-year-old man Saturday for allegedly firing a gun several times in the parking lot of the Courtyard By Marriott hotel in Kona.
Gov. Neil Abercrombie on Friday struck back at U.S. House Republicans who alleged that the Hawaii Health Connector did not complete adequate security testing before launching in October, placing consumers at risk of identity theft and fraud.
Construction on Oahu's public rail transit project is moving ahead full speed — but a clear, detailed plan to cover the added costs once the rail line is up and running hasn't yet been made public.
WAYNE, N.J. » When she arrived at DePaul Catholic High School to join the class of 2014, Di Wang hardly lacked for international experience. The daughter of a Chinese petroleum executive from Shaanxi, she had attended an elite summer camp in Japan.
City officials are promising at least one public hearing in the coming weeks on rules governing how food trucks can operate in Honolulu's Capitol Special District under a two-year pilot program that became law last week.
A research scientist at the Oceanic Institute in Waimanalo has blown away the record for keeping alive captive-bred yellow tang.
A group of University of Hawaii researchers has discovered a tiny Hawaiian moth is one of the islands' oldest insects — at 15 million years old — an insight that helps show the barren Northwest Hawaiian Islands once brimmed with biological diversity.
This year, the Outrigger Canoe Club celebrates the 50th anniversary of its traumatic move from the heart of Waikiki to its present Diamond Head location.
Gov. Neil Abercrombie was on Hawaii island last month touting his planned overhaul of Hawaii's prisons to 26 corrections officer recruits hired to reopen the Kulani Correctional Facility in July.
Rocketry team headed to national meet • Woman struck by pickup truck • Court helps clean up garden
Lifeguards rescue man found underwater • Police arrest Kaleikini for alleged DUI
Each Sunday, the Star-Advertiser publishes Oahu vital statistics for marriage licenses and birth certificates filed with the state Department of Health's Vital Statistics System.
The Kara Sea, Kaimuki Middle School sixth-grader Mika Ishii correctly answered, winning the state level of the National Geographic Bee at the Neal Blaisdell Center on Friday.
Two B-2 Spirit stealth bombers and two B-52 Stratofortresses flew nearly 8,000 miles nonstop over more than 20 hours from the mainland to Hawaii and back Wednesday to conduct long-range strike training.
The number of sightings in Hawaii waters of humpback whales entangled in fishing lines, nets and other marine debris has more the doubled during the current migration season, reaching a record high of 14, according to federal marine officials.
About 8:15 a.m. Jan. 16, a homeless man was discovered unresponsive on a bus stop bench near Kalakaua Avenue and South King Street. The medical examiner's office said he was pronounced dead that day.
Pediatric forensic pathologist Janice Ophoven said, "Little Talia died from complications of blunt force trauma to the head, chest and abdomen," that occurred weeks before she died.
Mokulele CEO Ron Hansen said confusion and mistaken identity have resulted in 10 percent of Mokulele's daily passengers not showing up for flights because they thought the airline ceased interisland operations.
The Department of Land and Natural Resources' Division of Boating and Ocean Recreation wants to eliminate testing for surf instructors and canoe captains and make businesses liable for their staff.