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The Diamond Head State Monument Foundation is holding a public meeting on Wednesday to discuss the proposed nomination of scenic roadways encircling Diamond Head as a designated "Hawaii Scenic Byway."
Local Korean civic groups and supporters rallied Saturday at the state Capitol to denounce the military actions and nuclear threats by North Korea, particularly by its young dictator, Kim Jong Un, and to express frustration, anger and shame.
A lag in processing tax returns led to Honolulu's rail project receiving $33 million less than it anticipated in the first half of this fiscal year — even though state GET collections are up this year, state Department of Taxation officials say.
The death of an 88-year-old pedestrian April 5 in Kapahulu could prompt the first use of a new law.
Local pols had their mouths open and their hands out as we "flASHback" on the week's news that amused and confused:
Former Honolulu police Deputy Chief Warren Ferreira was known for his ability to nurture relations between officers and residents.
Each Sunday, the Star-Advertiser publishes Oahu vital statistics for marriage licenses, civil unions and birth certificates filed with the state Department of Health's Vital Statistics System.
WASHINGTON » Proponents of sweeping immigration legislation on Tuesday will likely ignite a months-long battle between those who want citizenship for the nation's 11 million illegal immigrants and opponents who view such an approach as amnesty.
Ignacia Balon Agustin • Kaulanakealiiokekuahiwi Matthew Ah Sing • Intekhub Alam • Jacqueline Shizuno Alba • Terence Satoru Amioka • Rosalia P. Calivo Baker • Joseph Ku‘ualoha Borges, and more
WEST PLAINS, Mo. » At 8:30 on a cloudy, frigid morning late last month in this folksy Ozark town, the superintendent of an area school strolled through the glass doors of the local newspaper office to deliver a news release.
On the rainy night of March 9, 1962, a head-on car crash scattered a quarter-million dollars' worth of coins across a North Carolina highway, and the life story of a solitary collector named George O. Walton came to an end.
Hikers lifted off ridge above Waimanalo • Student accused of hitting security guard
Cold front brings storm and flood watches • 3 water main breaks disrupt service • Man badly hurt in 15-foot fall • No tsunami from quake • Meet and greet Big Isle police
Beneath a towering mural of Hawaii's last queen, retired faculty and supporters of the shuttered Queen Liliuokalani Elementary School gathered at the campus Friday to mark 101 years since the namesake queen herself dedicated the Kaimuki school.
A 17-year-old Kalihi boy whose body was found on Kalanianaole Highway near Sandy Beach on Friday morning may have been engaged in a fad of riding on the hood of a moving car, police said.
In what is already expected to be a lengthy trial, the state judge in the murder trial of U.S. State Department special agent Christopher Deedy agreed Friday to have jurors sit through only four days per week of testimony and evidence, rather than five days.
A federal judge Friday granted a man accused of lying on passport applications for his 21⁄2-year-old daughter for a trip to Mexico release on bond but said he did so reluctantly.
A flash flood watch remains in effect for Oahu and Kauai County until 6 a.m. Sunday as a cold front that could bring heavy rain, and perhaps thunderstorms, approaches the islands.
The YouTube video of Isaac Brumaghim's encounter with a shark off Waianae has gone viral, with more than 3.3 million views as of Friday evening.
Oahu households can expect to see a decline in their April electrical bills due largely to the resumption of production at a coal-fired plant that provides the island's lowest-cost source of power, Hawaiian Electric Co. reported Friday.