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A Maui Family Court judge who was charged Tuesday with tampering with government records had submitted a letter that day saying she was retiring immediately, State Judiciary spokeswoman Marsha Kitagawa said.
Christopher C. Neil, a reporter and news editor for the former Honolulu Advertiser, died Monday at St. Francis Hospice West after a 2 1/2 year battle with lung cancer. He was 56.
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The Army has finished an environmental study on the proposed construction of a live-fire training facility at Pohakuloa Training Area.
Trial has been delayed for a man accused of burglarizing "South Park" co-creator Trey Parker's home on Kauai after Parker didn't show up for a recent hearing.
Lawmakers agreed Wednesday to make permanent a temporary increase in the hotel room tax rate that was set to expire in 2015.
Like secret agents in on a mission, a dozen or so conservationists, business executives and government officials, spades in hand, planted saplings Wednesday under a canopy of trees near a stream more than 1,000 feet above sea level.
A Maui District Family Court judge has reportedly stepped down after being charged Tuesday with tampering with a government record.
Pledging to run a campaign that will touch all corners of urban Honolulu, City Councilman Stanley Chang on Wednesday became the first to declare his candidacy for the congressional seat expected to be vacated by U.S. Rep. Colleen Hanabusa.
The city stepped up pressure on members of (de)Occupy Honolulu on Wednesday, removing about six tents and other property from in front of the Blaisdell Center Concert Hall with just 15 minutes' warning.
The good news: Honolulu no longer ranks as America's worst city for traffic congestion. The bad news: It's now the second-worst.
A plan to replace the city's existing fuel tax with a highway user fee got an initial approval from the City Council Budget Committee on Wednesday but could be facing a bumpy road ahead.
Waikiki community leaders and activists are speaking out against a legislative effort to allow the state to make money off school lands through public-private partnerships.
State lawmakers have agreed on a bill that would enable the state to conduct historic preservation reviews of construction projects in phases, rather than all at once, but the final vote on the legislation could be difficult.
Kamehameha Schools Maui took home the top prizes for best overall newspaper in both print and online divisions in the 2013 Hawaii High School Journalism Awards Wednesday, in addition to six other honors.
Question: Whatever happened to the Filipino Community Center’s plan to install a photovoltaic system?