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A federal judge has refused to dismiss a lawsuit brought against the city by members of a protest group that has been camping on the sidewalks around Thomas Square.
The 76-year-old driver killed Wednesday after his sport utility vehicle crashed on Pali Highway in Nuuanu, and his 67-year-old passenger, have been identified as the owners of a well-known plate lunch business.
Prosectors have charged Michael Miske Jr., co-owner of M Nightclub, with second-degree assault and criminal property damage in a Dec. 15 incident.
The Central Pacific, which includes the Hawaiian Islands, probably will experience another season of below-average tropical cyclone activity, the Central Pacific Hurricane Center announced Wednesday.
Hawaii’s wet season, which runs from October through April, was on the dry side this year, the National Weather Service in Honolulu said Wednesday.
Muslim Association of Hawaii Chairman Hakim Oansafi believes he will be targeted by a man who has been attacking fellow Muslims, Oansafi said in court documents.
The Hawaii Republican Party on Wednesday urged the state Ethics Commission to investigate whether state Senate President Donna Mercado Kim violated the ethics code when she called the University of Hawaii president last spring about her son's law school application.
The head of the U.S. Army in the Pacific said Hawaii is expected to keep its 22,500 active-duty soldiers as the Army downsizes, but it makes sense to re-evaluate whether the Stryker Brigade should keep its 320 armored vehicles or revert to a light infantry unit without Strykers.
The city's aging Neal S. Blaisdell Center could be a site of one of three proposed 700-foot residential towers under a draft plan proposed by a state agency regulating development in Kakaako.
Doug Howe, an engineer-turned-teacher at Lanikai Elementary, is helping infuse concepts from his former profession into the classroom in hopes of engaging students in the so-called STEM disciplines of science, technology, engineering and math.
In January, the architect designing my new home submitted the plans to the city Department of Planning and Permitting. The plans were approved. There is an old home, built in 1938, on the same lot, adjacent to where the new home is to be built. It is scheduled to be renovated, but is not part of the new home.
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State Senate President Donna Mercado Kim acknowledged Tuesday that she called University of Hawaii President M.R.C. Greenwood last spring to ask about the status of her son's application to law school, but she denied that she was angry or claimed law school administrators were incompetent.
A body found on the Waianae Coast has been identified as that of 29-year-old Ivanice "Ivy" Harris, who was last seen early Thursday morning in Waikiki.
Police said Tuesday that a vacationing U.S. Border Patrol agent was not trying to rescue a swimmer when he died Sunday at Waimea Falls.
A McCully man was charged Tuesday with felony attempted assault for allegedly trying to gouge out the eye of a University of Hawaii graduate student.
All beef and dairy bulls coming into Hawaii or moved between herds here must be tested for bovine trichomoniasis, under a quarantine order Tuesday from the state Department of Agriculture.
Officials from the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands are to address concerns of lawmakers raised by a state auditor's report in April that said the agency lacks clearly defined roles and responsibilities for trust adminstration and kept insufficient data on loan delinquencies and other programs.