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Hawaii residents with ties to the Philippines and others are joining together to get donations and assistance to the country as soon as possible to aid victims of last week's Typhoon Haiyan, which left a trail of mass destruction.
A public health ad campaign aimed at helping teenagers cut sugary drinks from their diets is working, the state Department of Health says.
An extensive search for a 32-year-old Haleiwa surfer on Wednesday yielded nothing but his large surfboard, which washed ashore at Chun's Reef, broken in two, its leash plug pulled out, authorities said.
The first of up to 3,500 houses for Castle & Cooke Hawaii's Koa Ridge project could be occupied by 2016 with the City Council's 9-0 approval Wednesday of the developer's rezoning plan.
With same-sex marriage legal in Hawaii as of Wednesday, the local wedding industry is gearing up for hundreds of same-sex ceremonies on the islands during the next several years.
Gov. Neil Abercrombie, weaving marriage equality into Hawaii's definition of aloha and religious liberty into the nation's rich tradition of freedom, signed a bill into law on Wednesday granting gay and lesbian couples in the islands the right to marry.
Question: Who is responsible for maintaining Makiki Cemetery at Pensacola Street and Wilder Avenue? Why is it not even minimally cared for? I recently visited two family graves. It has always been a difficult walk through long and narrow aisles between rows of graves on a hillside.
On the plane back to Washington, in her pink Chanel suit, caked with her husband's blood, Jackie Kennedy resisted all suggestions from aides that she clean herself up. Instead, she just said, "Let them see what they've done."
WASHINGTON » In windowless rooms from here to California, nearly 10,000 electrical engineers, cybersecurity specialists, utility executives and FBI agents furiously grappled over 48 hours with an unseen "enemy" who tried to turn out the lights across America.
Margaret Ka'onohiolaokalani Goodwin Akana • Timoteo Pescoso Cafa Jr. • Theodora Castro • Alberta Gertrude Diehl • Genaro Saguibo Diniega • Charles Bishop Dwight III • Clara Masako Fujimoto • Peter Nicholas George Jr. • and more
Question: Whatever happened to the people who survived that horrible accident involving former University of Hawaii football star Colt Brennan?
Search continues for cruise ship passenger • Robber runs off with woman’s cash in Hilo
Robber runs off with woman's cash in Hilo • Man indicted in death of woman left in trash
Attorneys for a 33-year-old man's family who claimed his toe infection turned deadly because of negligent treatment at the Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center said a $2.5 million settlement has been reached.
Steven L. Zweibel has been taking a statin drug to lower his cholesterol for seven years. It has worked, and he has suffered no problems or side effects.
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Leon Dodson was, by his own account, a quiet man. Strong in religious faith and stalwart in his trust that mutual love and respect binds communities, he'd always preferred demonstrating his beliefs through daily personal example rather than overt political action.
Libert Weatherholtz, 50, was at home in Kalihi watching the news during the weekend when his cousin's face flashed on the TV screen, speaking out against same-sex marriage.
Drawing the curtain on a historic special session, the state Senate on Tuesday gave final approval to a marriage equality bill.