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In a search that would have been impossible before the development of cellphones, rescue crews on Sunday found a 26-year-old hiker last seen more than four days earlier, when he told family members he was going to hike a trail above the Nuuanu Pali.
Heavy rain hit part of the Hawaiian Islands Sunday, prompting a flood advisory on Hawaii island and Oahu, and flooding in Kalihi.
The birds, Newell's shearwaters, have been rehabilitated in the Save Our Shearwaters Program, which is a state Department of Land and Natural Resources forestry and wildlife project administered by the Pacific Co-operative Studies Unit of the University of Hawaii. The Save Our Shearwaters Program is housed at the Kauai Humane Society.
The inaugural "Malama Palama Gala" will celebrate Palama Settlement's 117th year of service in one of Oahu's neediest neighborhoods at 5:30 p.m. Nov. 9 at The Modern Honolulu hotel.
Sabrina Coryell wasn't sure where to turn when a decades-old motorcycle injury caught up to her and drastically changed her family's life.
With the blowing of a conch shell, crew members aboard the Hokule‘a paid tribute Sunday to the seafaring contributions of Hawaii beachboys as the double-hulled sailing canoe passed by Waikiki and rounded out the statewide leg of its training for the Malama Honua Worldwide Voyage.
State House Speaker Joseph Souki has rejected a request by House Republicans to remove Rep. Cynthia Thielen, the only Republican who supports same-sex marriage, from the House Judiciary Committee.
Disabled seniors Claudy Pierce and Franklin Fishler are scrambling to find low-income housing since the Waikiki rental that they could barely afford was sold to a Japanese buyer.
Gary Bradley and his partner, Paul Perry, tied the knot just after midnight on Jan. 1, 2012, when the state's civil unions law took effect.
Two weeks ago, several readers emailed me news stories about a snorkeler finding a dead, 18-foot-long oarfish near Santa Catalina Island, Calif. The woman and 15 helpers dragged the enormous fish to the island's beach for others to see and researchers to study.
From our condo, I can see the Reef Runway, which has been closed for a long time. I have tried to find out online what they are doing but can’t find anything. We just went to the mainland and took off on another runway.
Water drops keep Schofield fire in check • Police continue pursuit of OCCC inmate
Kaneshiro gets top law enforcement award • Global sailor arrives in Hilo • Forms available for deer hunting
Samuel Akaka III • Savusa Tauileva Amate • Darlene Antolin-Arcamo; and more
U.S. Army wildland fire crews continued Saturday to fight a stubborn brush fire that has burned for five days at a training range in the mountains of Schofield Barracks.
Scientists suspect that a 55-foot sperm whale spotted off Windward Oahu a few days ago had been dead for several weeks before workers dragged it onto Heeia Kea Pier in Kaneohe on Friday and towed it off in pieces Saturday to a landfill.
The Hawaiian Humane Society would retain control over the 2.5-acre Moiliili site it has called home for decades under a new $1-a-year lease agreement before the Honolulu City Council. The deal would last 55 years.
The Episcopal Diocese of Hawai‘i on Saturday voted to encourage the state Legislature to pass marriage equality, the largest denomination to announce its support of an issue that has divided people of faith.
Confusion about who has jurisdiction over Native Hawaiian homesteads throughout the state has led to inconsistencies in the delivery of county services — a problem that shortchanges mainly Oahu homesteaders.