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Question: The bulky-item guys came recently and again left all kinds of trash on Lehua Street in Pearl City. Why are they not cleaning up their mess?
As the incumbent, Lt. Gov. Shan Tsutsui finds himself in the position of campaigning for a job he never sought in the first place.
Turk Tetsuo Tokita, who earned two Purple Hearts fighting for the 442nd Regimental Combat Team during World War II and became a trusted political ally on Kauai to four Democratic governors, died Saturday in Lihue. He was 94.
Memorial services for Hawaiian entertainer the Rev. Dennis Kamakahi have been scheduled for July 5.
City transit officials appear to finally be gaining speed in approving Honolulu's much-anticipated new Handi-Vans — months after the vehicles first started arriving on island, and as clients voice concerns about a recent fire that destroyed a van minutes after its passengers escaped.
It would take a Jedi mind trick to get Lupita Nyong'o to dish about the new "Star Wars VII" movie.
As head of an agricultural group, Jerry Ornellas said he's aware of the challenges of maintaining a more than 20-mile-long ditch and tunnel water system in East Kauai — a system formerly operated by East Kauai Water, a business associated with Lihue Sugar Plantation.
Three weeks apart in the summer of 2012, a 32-year old Oahu woman and a 15-year-old Maui boy were found dead from unintentional overdoses of powerful prescription painkillers.
What happened with the customs officer in Tonga?" a reader emailed, referring to a comment I made in last week's column about a misunderstanding Craig and I had after arriving in that country by sailboat.
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Geologists from the U.S. Geological Survey's Hawaiian Volcano Observatory spent Friday mapping four small lava breakouts in the interior of Kilauea Volcano's Kahaualea 2 flow.
State Sen. David Ige said Saturday that he would reconsider his opposition to GMO labeling in Hawaii and look to a Vermont law signed in May as a possible solution.
The Howard Hughes Corp. executives, Gov. Neil Abercrombie and Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell broke ground Saturday morning on the first of two luxury high-rise residential towers in Kakaako with a small amount of retail space.
For Tyrissa Barco, the price of obesity hit hardest when her doctor told her she would not be able to bear a child because of her weight and its effect on her womb. "For me not to be able to have kids of my own," she said, "I was devastated."
The 27.4-acre Sunset Ranch near the peak of Pupukea Road on the North Shore of Oahu is advertised as an exclusive, private country estate with breathtaking ocean and island views.
Miss Paradise Kauai Stephanie Steuri was crowned Miss Hawaii 2014 Saturday night at the Hawai‘i Convention Center. Steuri, 20, beat 14 other contestants to win the 68th annual scholarship pageant.
More than $200 million worth of food stamps are not going to eligible Hawaii residents, according to a new study looking at figures from 2011, the most recent data available.
Mufi Hannemann's curious opening gambit in his independent run for governor is an oldie that flopped with voters four years ago — bringing the ill-fated Superferry back to Hawaii.