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The final government witness in the capital murder trial of former Schofield Barracks soldier Naeem Williams completed her testimony for jurors Thursday.
Kauai is the fastest-growing county in Hawaii, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. The island's population rose 1.6 percent to 69,512 from 68,395 residents between July 1, 2012, and July 2013, according to the agency.
The medical examiner has deferred a determination of the cause of death for a 32-year-old Schofield Barracks soldier who was found in a Jeep with another person earlier this month at Kaena Point.
The American Civil Liberties Union sued the state Thursday, claiming its restrictive policies for demonstrating at the state Capitol violate the First Amendment.
The state has recently opened a new investigation of Dr. John D. Stover of Hilo, who is licensed as both a dentist and doctor and already has had five complaints lodged against him at the state Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs since 2010.
The state Senate Ways and Means Committee on Thursday released a new draft of the state budget, scaling back the growth in spending to reflect the dramatic decline in revenue that was projected earlier this month.
U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan will be on Oahu on Sunday and Monday to visit public schools and recognize Hawaii's progress with Race to the Top reforms.
The White House has nominated Nani Coloretti, a 1987 'Iolani School graduate, to be deputy secretary at the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Question: Can you please clarify the parking charges at Pali Lookout for nonresidents versus local visitors?
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A 31-year-old Ewa Beach man has been charged with allegedly assaulting a police officer who was trying to arrest him for allegedly speeding and driving a stolen car.
The roar of the hillside collapsing was so loud that Robin Youngblood thought an airplane had crashed. But when she looked out the window of her mobile home, all she saw was a wall of mud racing across her beloved river valley toward her home.
Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard is sponsoring two Hawaii robotics events this summer. The first will bring together sailors and high school students at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam. The sailors will share naval experiences and how technology is implemented on Navy ships.
SOMEWHERE NEAR AGLOE, N.Y. » It is one thing to lose your keys or your iPhone, even the love of your life, but to lose an entire town? Yet that is what just happened in upstate New York.
The Blood Bank of Hawaii is relaxing its eligibility guidelines and adopting a friendlier questionnaire on Tuesday, some of the broadest changes by the state's only blood center in more than a decade, to enlarge its donor pool and attract younger donors.
Getting a permit to build a condominium tower in Kakaako was never a cakewalk, but the process is now shifting to a more rigorous, quasi-judicial and potentially adversarial format.
Two tilt-rotor MV-22 Ospreys will arrive at Marine Corps Air Station Kaneohe Bay on Thursday for training and demonstrations, officials said.
State firefighters were laboring Wednesday to restrain a fire in the steep hillsides of Poamoho Forest Reserve in Central Oahu.
Taxpayers who donate to Typhoon Haiyan relief efforts before midnight April 15 — the deadline to file federal tax returns — can claim deductions on their 2013 tax return forms, thanks to a bill sponsored by U.S. Sen. Mazie Hirono.