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One of the companies responsible for disposing of sludge dredged from the Hawaii Kai Marina is apparently again looking at dumping the material on the site of a controversial and long-stalled cemetery in the back of nearby Kamilo Nui Valley.
A federal appeals court reluctantly upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit Thursday by a man who contended his newborn son died because his pregnant Army wife had been ordered to perform physical activities in violation of her doctor's instructions.
Question: There are three sand volleyball courts at the Ewa end of Ala Moana Beach Park. In September the sign posted with rules on court usage and etiquette was taken down and replaced with a new sign reflecting the new law that bans smoking on our public beaches. How can we go about requesting that the sign with the rules and etiquette be put back?
Pedestrian accident victim identified as Aiea woman • Alaska man was driver killed in crash on Ko Olina offramp
Brush blaze busies Army firefighters • State seeks $2 million to fix erosion by river • Shark turns up in area near Maui attack
Honolulu transportation officials aim to replace 18 old city buses with new, fuel-efficient models by next week. The new buses will offer more new perks such as ramps that make it easier for disabled passengers to board, quieter air conditioning, video surveillance for security and brighter LED exterior signs, said Roger Morton, president and general manager of Oahu Transit Services.
Legal and sociology scholars critical of gay marriage warned state lawmakers on Wednesday night that allowing same-sex couples to wed in Hawaii could weaken traditional marriage, influence the curriculum at public schools and threaten religious liberty.
A federal jury Tuesday found two Maui women guilty of conspiracy and mail fraud offenses tied to a scheme by a Hawaiian sovereignty group that bilked about 200 financially strapped residents of a total of $468,000.
A tour helicopter that made a hard landing near Hilo Airport on July 25 broke its right front landing strut on impact, according to a National Transportation Safety Board report.
A brush fire scorched more than 250 acres of Schofield Barracks training range Wednesday, blanketing the area in dense smoke. The fire, which started Tuesday, was a flare-up from a brush fire that first ignited on Oct. 15.
The homeless man accused of fatally beating another homeless man in Aala Park earlier this month was on probation for a similar attack in the park 2 1⁄2 years ago and was wanted for violating the terms of his release.
Got expired and unused drugs in your medicine cabinet? The seventh National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day will collect old medications for disposal from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Take Back sites on Oahu, Maui, Kauai and Hawaii island.
An oceanfront hotel or time share could be part of new plans for Hoakalei Resort as part of a developer's move to build a recreational lagoon instead of a small-boat marina at the master-planned community in Ewa Beach.
A 45-year-old Maui diver didn't immediately realize a shark had bitten him Wednesday afternoon as he was diving in Kaehu Bay. It was the second Hawaii shark attack this week.
Coco puffs for breakfast, lunch and dinner? That's the hope of serial restaurateur Peter Kim when he opens a second Liliha Bakery on Oahu in May at the former Sam Choy's Breakfast Lunch & Crab restaurant on Nimitz Highway.
Thomas B. Sellers, a graphic artist and advertising executive for more than three decades here, died Oct. 14 in San Diego. He was 71.
Question: There was a large pile of sand that the city dredged from the mouth of Kaelepulu Stream in Kailua. In the past, they’ve taken that sand and put it back near the Kailua boat ramp. My understanding is that the city took the sand over to some city golf courses.
28 people left homeless as fire damages 2 Kahuku structures • Woman standing on sidewalk killed after car, truck collide
Man wanted in crash caught in California • Residents seek 24-hour access to shoreline