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The current price tag on the overdue Clarence T.C. Ching Athletic Complex has risen to $16.7 million — $3 million more than the University of Hawaii's last estimate, auditors told a Board of Regents committee Wednesday.
Five top state health administrators will be subpoenaed to testify in a investigation into whether poor management at the Hawaii State Hospital left workers there vulnerable to patient attacks.
A planned carnival in Hawaii Kai to benefit two youth programs has stirred community concerns of traffic and pedestrian safety.
UH Associate Vice President Brian Minaai was accused of potentially wasting millions of dollars in public funds through what one executive called blatant mismanagement of construction projects, including steering contracts to firms of friends.
Alert police officers and an observant witness led to the capture last week of two men wanted for allegedly impersonating police officers to rob a convenience store in Kalihi.
The co-founder of a casket company that owns a small plane that crashed last week on a private Molokai airstrip also owned a tour company fined $50,000 by the Federal Aviation Administration after a 2006 critical crash in the same location involving the same make and model plane.
QUESTION: Whatever happened to debris from the March 11, 2011, tsunami in Japan traveling across the Pacific Ocean, and what about its effect on aquatic life?
Question: I live in Niu Valley and run two to three times a week on Kalanianaole Highway toward Hawaii Kai. For over two years, the Maunalua Bay Beach Park restrooms have been closed for work on a sewer system.
MOSCOW » The day after he returned from the Winter Olympics in Sochi, President Vladimir Putin gathered the 12 members of his national security council for a crisis meeting to manage a political implosion in Ukraine that had surprised Russia's political and military elite and, above all, infuriated Putin himself.
A heightened political awareness, along with a healthy self-regard that they could do a better job, is drawing a surprisingly large number to the power of elective office.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. » Even as public attention is focused on the Affordable Care Act, another health care overhaul is underway in many states: an ambitious effort to restrain the ballooning Medicaid cost of long-term care as people live longer and survive more disabling conditions.
Kauai police have arrested the 51-year-old Kilauea man who was the driver of a Ford pickup truck in a fatal head-on traffic crash on Kuhio Highway near Wailapa Road in Kilauea on Tuesday.
Fraud took money in dead mother's name • Hair salon blaze might be arson • High surf closes Kauai beaches
Without drastic steps to curb man-made carbon emissions, they say, many coral reefs that support fisheries, protect coast lines from storm surge and attract tourists will dwindle and disappear in the coming decades.
The state House and Senate have traded bills that would increase the minimum wage, finance preschool for low-income children, lift the cap on hotel room tax revenue to the counties, and guide residential development in Kakaako.
Drivers on average spent 60 hours stuck in Honolulu traffic delays in 2013, compared with 50 hours in 2012, according to an analysis by INRIX Inc., which released its annual report on traffic conditions Tuesday.
The ex-wife and longtime business partner of the late Maui Air pilot Richard Rooney said this is a difficult time for all the families whose loved ones died or were injured in a charter plane crash Feb. 26 on Lanai.
Maui police returned Tuesday to search the area where missing 27-year-old pregnant woman Carly "Charli" Scott's clothing and torched SUV were found in February.
The Pentagon released a $496 billion defense budget request Tuesday and a planning road map that call for a smaller Army and retirement of OH-58 Kiowa Warrior helicopters — more than 25 of which are based at Wheeler Army Airfield.
A 73-year-old woman killed Tuesday in Waikiki became the fourth person age 67 or older — and the fifth pedestrian — to die this year while walking on Oahu streets.