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The Native Hawaiian Roll Commission will reopen registration on Monday to allow more people to sign up by May 1 so they can take part in forming a Native Hawaiian government.
Shanden Kulakamahiaiokamehameha Chandler Ishiki-Beate is a hero. That's an extraordinary thing to say about an infant, a 4-month-old Kaneohe boy who died last month of sudden infant death syndrome or SIDS. But it's true — his tragic death meant three others will live through the gift of his organs.
Charter school advocates are hopeful lawmakers will help address what they call a major inequity in funding. Three bills in play at the Legislature seek to establish dedicated funding streams for charter school facilities.
Mayor Bill de Blasio, who promised a newly inclusive approach to city government, wastes no opportunity to celebrate the multiethnic fabric of the metropolis he now leads.
Maui substitute teacher David Garner, who worked as a substitute for 17 years, was the lead plaintiff in a 2002 class-action lawsuit that argued the state Department of Education failed to calculate substitute teachers' wages correctly and didn't come through on pay raises for years.
A Punahou School graduate now working in California has been tapped as the new director of the Honolulu Zoo. Jeffrey Wilkinson will assume the post effective April 1, Mayor Kirk Caldwell announced Wednesday.
The state Senate is expected to vote Monday on the confirmation of Circuit Judge Michael Wilson to the state Supreme Court after the nominee emerged from a second confirmation hearing on Saturday unscathed.
Northeasterly winds of 30 to 45 mph accompanying a weak front moving through the island chain prompted weather officials to issue a high wind warning for the islands until 6 p.m. Sunday.
Kamehameha Schools will close its preschool on the North Shore this summer because of structural problems with the building it leases, leaving families of about two dozen keiki to find alternatives for next school year.
A 26-year-old woman died Saturday after she was hit by a truck at the Kapiolani Community College Farmers' Market. Two other people suffered injuries that weren't life-threatening.
One of the sorriest times in recent city history was when former Mayor Mufi Hannemann abruptly threw the homeless out of Ala Moana Park during one of our worst rains ever so they wouldn't blight a festival he planned at the park.
Shark reported off Kaimana Beach Park • 2 fires damage family home, empty building • Big Isle bridge damage shuts Kaiwiki Road
Man, 24, wounded in Kaneohe shooting • Palolo house fire causes $115,000 damage • Help sought in identifying robbery suspect
As work accelerates on Honolulu's multibillion-dollar rail transit system, the upcoming fiscal year will be the "single largest" for issuing construction awards — and the massive project will need to borrow hundreds of millions of dollars when revenues don't keep pace with costs, rail officials say.
Oahu communities will need to rely on their own people and resources during a natural disaster, but a city official stressed that too few areas are adequately prepared to respond to hurricanes, tsunamis, flooding or other calamities.
The state Judiciary has provided Circuit Judge Michael Wilson with copies of his personnel file and judicial performance reviews, but the state Supreme Court nominee is wrestling with whether to disclose the information to the state Senate.
MUMFORD, Texas » Across the parched American West, the long drought has set off a series of fierce legal and political battles over who controls an increasingly dear treasure - water.
Delilah Williams told a jury in federal court that Naeem Williams knew that his child, Talia, might be close to death from all the beatings the couple had inflicted in the preceding months.