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Unexploded ordnance dredged from Pearl Harbor will be detonated and destroyed today and possibly Thursday, the Navy said. "At no time will the public be at risk," Navy Region Hawaii Environmental Program Director Aaron Poentis said in a news release
A 21-year-old Kapaa man who asked to serve time behind bars rather than take part in a probation program for his involvement with a 2010 theft case was sentenced to a five-year prison term Tuesday in Kauai Circuit Court.
A Honolulu Police Department lieutenant arrested for driving under the influence of an intoxicant in March will go on trial Jan. 13. Lt. Colin Wong, a 27-year HPD veteran, was arrested on March 30 near the Modern Honolulu hotel after he allegedly hit a parked car.
QUESTION: I read the Oct. 16 Kokua Line, giving the nomenclature for street designations, with interest. A "lane" is described as "a narrow and short roadway without curbs or sidewalks."
1 injured in medical copter's hard landing • 2 suspects charged in Kauai man's death • California woman hurt in paddleboard fall • Moped crash victim was Wailuku man
Woman found in dumpster identified • Man accused of 11 years of sex assaults • Arrest made in year-old assault case • Suspect charged in Kapahulu robbery
Charles Nance, Dean Wright and Julie Tyrrell are getting dropped — forced out of their existing health insurance plans — and landing smack in the middle of the uproar over President Barack Obama's health care law.
SAN FRANCISCO » Google has spent months and millions of dollars encrypting email, search queries and other information flowing among its data centers worldwide. Facebook's chief executive said at a conference this fall that the government "blew it."
OMAHA, Neb. >> Nebraska has not elected a Democrat to the House of Representatives since 1994, and until this month, prospects for changing that were dim at best.
Thousands of people gathered on the state Capitol grounds Monday evening to demand that lawmakers let the people decide how to define marriage, waving signs along Beretania Street that read "God Created Adam and Eve not Adam and Steve," "1 Kane 1 Wahine" and "Honk for traditional marriage."
Gov. Neil Abercrombie on Monday withdrew Genevieve Salmonson’s appointment as director of the state Office of Environmental Quality Control after it appeared she would not be confirmed by the state Senate.
Honolulu rail officials report that the island's massive public transit project, which recently resumed construction, will receive a record influx of $63.8 million in general excise tax revenue for the quarter that ended Sept. 30.
Car owners across Hawaii looking to get their vehicles inspected for safety and registration will encounter a new system later this week, state transportation officials announced Monday.
Two more (de)Occupy Honolulu protesters are serving jail terms for interfering with city crews attempting to enforce the stored property ordinance at Thomas Square.
The state Senate Judiciary and Labor Committee voted late Monday to advance a gay marriage bill after a daylong public hearing that explored themes of equality and religious liberty, first-class citizenship and the word of God.
Nearly 4 out of 5 of the Honolulu Board of Water Supply's roughly 166,000 customers were undercharged or overcharged for at least a month.
Authorities say a shooting early Monday in Waikiki was apparently a murder and an attempted suicide in which a 33-year-old woman was killed and a 40-year-old man was hospitalized with serious injuries.
Question: I am 82 and have had a Hawaii drivers license since 1970. I went to renew it and had all kinds of documents. The problem was that I was married by an official of the Jewish temple and my marriage certificate is in Hebrew. So they will not give me a driver’s license now after 43 years. Can you help?
When your office is a third of an acre of lush grass and sunshine and your clients do all the legwork and you measure your daily returns in the twitching paws of dreaming pups, you, dear sir or madam, are a winner in the game of life.