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It’s not the island of Lanai, but another major piece of Hawaii is for sale.
For the second year in a row, Mililani High School and Highlands Intermediate School took top honors in their respective statewide divisions at the STEM Week Awards.
The Coast Guard and Hawaii Fire Department have suspended a search for a 62-year-old Honokaa man last seen Monday evening in Waipio Valley, where he reportedly was going for a swim.
Man released, not charged in baby's death • Police seeking visitor last seen Thursday • Roommate is arrested in alleged assault
A state jury on Thursday convicted Toby Stangel of murder and other charges for a 2011 highway shooting spree that left one motorist dead and two others wounded, but did not find him guilty of the most serious charges.
Manoa Chancellor Tom Apple is heralding the nearly $16 million in immediate concessions to the financially troubled University of Hawaii athletic department as a step that “I think starts athletics on a great trajectory.”
Nearly two weeks after University of Hawaii President M.R.C. Greenwood announced she would be retiring in September, the university’s Board of Regents is deciding the best way to go about looking for her successor.
A Moiliili man who was out on bail on a charge of trying to set a man on fire Saturday allegedly assaulted another man Wednesday, police said.
The state tax director assured transit officials Thursday that the city’s rail project, which relies heavily on tax dollars generated on Oahu, will receive its fair share even if the cash does not arrive in steady amounts.
State conservation officials on Maui are looking for an injured Hawaiian monk seal with a fishhook lodged in its neck.
The number of Oahu’s homeless people is growing at a higher rate than last year, and an important metric, the number living on streets instead of shelters, rose 11 percent, according to the latest Homeless Point-in-Time Count.
When cave dwellers hunkered around the fire pit, fire was a source of heat as well as light and there was nothing to read so the low luminous efficiency did not matter.
On Young Street, between Isenberg Street and Kalakaua Avenue, there recently was a graphic painted on the road: a bicycle with double upward-pointed arrows above it. I have never seen this before but assumed that it meant that a bicycle lane was beginning ahead.
For the 10th time in three years, the Pearl Harbor-based cruiser USS Lake Erie has shot down a short-range ballistic missile target that was launched from Kauai’s Pacific Missile Range Facility.
Convicted felon suspected in infant’s death • Ewa Beach standoff ends in couple’s arrest
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Biking to the top of the 13,796-foot Mauna Kea volcano might seem like a daunting undertaking for many people, but it’s just another adventure for a globetrotting Swiss couple with their four children.
The five western states affected by debris from the 2011 tsunami in Japan are about to receive an initial $250,000 each from a $5 million gift from Japan for cleanup.
President Barack Obama, struggling to find his footing after one of his most turbulent weeks in office, will try to push past the moment's political furor with a focus on the few pieces of legislation he believes have a chance in Congress and on executive actions that do not require Republican approval.