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A Land Power in the Pacific conference is returning to Honolulu for the second year in a row April 8-10 with more than 30 countries invited.
It's called Hula, a new app designed to provide your date with proof you're free of sexually transmitted diseases and thus help you "get lei'd."
Question: I read your article about two years ago saying there are two restrooms owned and maintained by the Hilton Hawaiian Village that are supposed to be open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Two Oahu elementary school math teachers are recent recipients of the prestigious Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.
Man critically hurt in fall from truck bed • 2 Schofield residents arrested in assault
CAIRO » Over seven decades, the United States and Saudi Arabia forged a strategic alliance that became a linchpin of the regional order: a liberal democracy and an ultraconservative monarchy united by a shared interests in the stability of the Middle East and the continued flow of oil.
Hawaii County to start foreclosing on land • Food industry union endorses Abercrombie • Coast Guard aids snorkelers hurt by jellyfish • Assault suspect caught on video in Hilo attack
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A man accused of killing and dismembering his victim, then disposing of the body parts near Mililani Mortuary, appeared in court Monday via a videoconference from Oahu Community Correctional Center.
Question: Can you update the public on the results of the recertifying of store security guards? How many retained their jobs, how many were let go? And the names of their companies? Were there any felons hired?
Critics of the state's controversial middle-school sex education pilot program, Pono Choices, expressed concern Monday that a working group convened to study the material has been meeting in secret and comprises members who might not deliver a fair and unbiased report.
More Hawaii Marines are headed to Australia as the U.S. military increases its presence in the country and the Asia-Pacific with "rotational" forces instead of permanent bases.
The International Longshore and Warehouse Union has endorsed state Senate President Donna Mercado Kim's bid for Congress.
The International Organization of Masters, Mates and Pilots is endorsing state Rep. Mark Takai's bid for Congress.
Endangered Hawaiian geese have been seen in the wild on Oahu for the first time in centuries, indicating the chances of survival for the native birds are improving, federal and state officials said.
A pet duck who disappeared when her homeless owner died this month is safe and sound, the Hawaiian Humane Society said Monday.
A federal judge has ruled that a labor recruiting company that was previously accused of human trafficking did harass, discriminate and retaliate against hundreds of Thai workers in Hawaii.
The city broke ground Monday for the underwater portion of a project that will help transport sewage from the Ala Moana Wastewater Pump Station across Honolulu Harbor to the Sand Island Wastewater Treatment Plant in what the contractor called the most expensive microtunneling project in U.S. history.