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Even though Hawaiian is one of the official languages of the state, residents won't be able to take driver's license exams in the language until next month. The state Department of Transportation is preparing to make Hawaiian an exam language at the end of March.
ROME » He sometimes wears a leather bomber jacket, embracing the iconography of the rebel. He has rocketed through Italian politics by taking on the establishment, especially in his own left-leaning party.
Man, 72, faces murder charge • Kauai bus fleet is overhauled with 20 vehicles • Maui mayor’s meet-and-greet set for Saturday
State Sen. Clayton Hee challenged the Senate on Wednesday to hear a new minimum wage bill while labor and social-service advocates warned lawmakers not to let a pay raise for low-income workers drift into the morass of election-year political maneuvering.
The Kauai County Council on Wednesday approved a request to hire special counsel to represent the county in a lawsuit by three seed companies that want to block the implementation of a new ordinance regulating pesticide use and genetically modified crops.
A federal judge acquitted two men on trial for their alleged involvement in a drug trafficking and distribution ring before either man presented a defense.
Data from the same computer modeling used to track tsunami debris support the improbable, harrowing account of a Salvadoran fisherman who says he survived more than a year adrift at sea before his boat washed ashore in the Marshall Islands, University of Hawaii researchers say.
The city has issued a notice of violation against the owner of a property whose rock retaining wall collapsed onto Diamond Head Road, closing the thoroughfare for six hours Tuesday.
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Oahu households would be charged $10 a month for curbside garbage pickup under a bill proposed by Mayor Kirk Caldwell's administration on Wednesday.
Question: Whatever happened to the lawsuit that was supposed to be filed in the aftermath of cruelty-to-animals charges against the woman who killed a peacock with a baseball bat in 2009?
Question: I thought that because Capitol Place was built on a municipal parking lot, it was required to charge municipal rates for public parking. However, the parking vendor installed a machine to collect parking fees which neither accepts coins nor gives change.
Mayor tours Philippines to give business, sister-city ties a lift • Mom-to-be last seen on Sunday • Motorist killed in park crash • Man, 90, dies in shed collapse
Man is charged with attempted murder • Overheated batteries led to Ewa Beach fire • Argument prompts alleged stabbing • Suspect held in kidnapping of boy, 16
WASHINGTON » President Barack Obama's ambitious trade agenda appeared to fall further victim to election-year politics on Capitol Hill on Friday when Vice President Joe Biden, in a closed-door retreat with House Democrats, said he understood why they would not grant Obama the crucial authority he needs to conclude large trade deals with Asia and Europe.
A bill to legalize recreational marijuana in Hawaii died in committee Thursday, but state lawmakers advanced a measure that could decriminalize possession of up to an ounce of the drug.
American physicians, worried about changes in the health care market, are streaming into salaried jobs with hospitals. Though the shift from private practice has been most pronounced in primary care, specialists are following.
LOS ANGELES » With an estimated 15 percent of the country's uninsured population, California is crucial to the success of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul. Here, that success cannot come without enrolling Latinos, who make up more than half of the state's uninsured.