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A North Carolina man accused of scamming the University of Hawaii out of $200,000 in a botched Stevie Wonder concert can't get a fair trial in the Aloha State because of negative publicity over what's been dubbed the "Wonder Blunder," according to his motion seeking a venue change.
Sen. Ted Cruz calls his colleague Rand Paul a "good friend." The two men are the stars of the Tea Party movement, propelled to Washington by activist fervor and allied in their effort to restrain the reach of the federal government.
Vice seizure results in arrest • Burglary suspect charged • Scam targets debit card users
Gold, watches lost to robbery • Man arrested in fatal collision • Human remains are identified
Sexual assault of a Waipahu girl that began when she was 51/2 years old after she first came to Hawaii from the Philippines continued until she was 17, according to a police affidavit filed Wednesday in Honolulu District Court.
Question: Whatever happened to the position the University of Hawaii at Manoa created last year during the “Wonder Blunder” mess, specifically, the position that was created for (former Athletic Director) Jim Donovan before he left? Was someone else found to fill the position or was it quietly eliminated?
The state Senate voted overwhelmingly on Wednesday to approve a gay marriage bill, casting the decision as an important leg in the long march toward equality for gays and lesbians.
Three weeks after his 18th birthday, Amery Kahale-Sugimura was arrested for auto theft and burglary, and in the 17 years since, he has racked up 14 felony convictions, court records show.
New Zealand and the United States announced stronger military-to-military contacts this week that will allow New Zealand’s naval vessels to berth in Pearl Harbor during next summer’s Rim of the Pacific war games.
Gov. Neil Abercrombie abruptly withdrew the name of his nominee to the state Land Board after his pick for the Kauai seat said for personal reasons he no longer wanted to be considered, a development that was welcomed by critics who said a land developer shouldn't have been selected.
Oahu residents will have to fend off wild chickens on their own and gripe directly to police about noisy roosters because of a cost-cutting measure by the Caldwell administration.
Question: Are other people having problems with receiving texts that say their VISA card is being deactivated? I don’t even have a VISA card, but I got a message from the number 808-265-8376 telling me to call 808-221-3493 regarding my VISA card. If this is a scam, I’ll report it.
3 held in Ala Moana robberies • iPhone trips up theft suspect
High-surf advisory issued for 4 islands • DUI checkpoints aim to reduce holiday toll • Injured hiker lifted from trail • Pair charged in burglary
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WASHINGTON » The days of airline passengers being hounded to turn off their tablets or e-readers for takeoff and landing are coming to an end.
The state House on Thursday passed legislation approving $7.3 million in emergency funding for Kauai's publicly funded hospitals and clinics.
WAILUKU » A former Maui police sergeant was sentenced Wednesday to a one-year jail term on a charge of molesting a teenage girl.
Media sources in Asia reported that a Chinese Navy spy ship has recently been placed near Hawaii in response to the continuing U.S. naval presence in the South China Sea and recent drills with Japan and South Korea.