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Hawaii-born Duncan Osorio got a little more face time as a contestant on NBC’s “The Voice” on Tuesday night as he went head-to-head with fellow singer Sarah Simmons in the last night of the battle rounds.
Washington Redskins All-Pro tackle Trent Williams was a no-show Tuesday at the trial of a Kakaako nightclub bouncer accused of assaulting him and his brother two days before this year's Pro Bowl football game, resulting in the trial being rescheduled.
How many stalls are at the University of Hawaii at Manoa parking structure for student parking versus permits sold? The lot seems to always be full in the middle of the day.
If you think Democrats have a lock on Hawaii political power now, see what happens if the party succeeds in limiting who can run for office as a Democrat and who can vote in Democratic primaries.
City identifies man found dead on highway • Visitors injured as car plunges 250 feet
‘Iolani School names new dean of studies • Kids can apply to be lifeguards on Garden Isle • Ethical lapses lead to lawyer being disbarred
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The number of youth locked up in the state's Juvenile Detention Facility while their cases are handled in Family Court has plummeted 43 percent in the last three years, reflecting a drop in youth arrests and a concerted effort to reduce unnecessary detention.
A 21-year-old Kalihi man, charged with stabbing a 20-year-old Aiea man to death Friday night, told police he chased the man because the victim threw bottles at him and his cousins, according to a court document.
Landscape planter boxes may soon prevent the tents of (de)Occupy Honolulu members from returning along the Beretania and King street sidewalks at Thomas Square.
A federal judge gave final approval Monday to a $5.75 million settlement to a class-action lawsuit that claims students at the Hawaii School for the Deaf and Blind physically and sexually assaulted other students.
Legislators and activists were all smiles Monday as they packed into Gov. Neil Abercrombie's ceremony room at the state Capitol to watch him sign into law a bill that ensures sexually assaulted women will have access to emergency contraception anywhere they seek emergency care.
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A loose coalition of Democratic elected officials, shareholder activists and pension funds has flooded the Securities and Exchange Commission with calls to require publicly traded corporations to disclose to shareholders all of their political donations, a move that could transform the growing world of secret campaign spending.
EAST LANSING, Mich. » President Barack Obama and the Democrats passed the 2010 health care law to make medical insurance available to more than 30 million people who do not have it.
State House and Senate budget negotiators said Monday that new contracts for public-sector labor unions would likely limit their options for spending on tax incentives and new state programs.
Glenn Cannon, an award-winning actor and director, educator and mentor to several generations of young actors, died Saturday at Straub Clinic & Hospital. He was 80.
Wally Lau, a member of the Juvenile Justice State Advisory Council who lives on Hawaii island, comes across the teenagers in chains at the Kona Airport, headed to Honolulu.
Wearing a pink frock and an upright pigtail, the toddler tapped a pen on the courtroom table and babbled a few syllables of her own while Family Court Judge Christine Kuriyama addressed her parents.