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A deal for the city to sell the long-term leases on 12 rental housing complexes for $142 million to a private group was terminated by the prospective buyers, city officials announced Thursday night.
A bill named after a victim of a kidnapping by a violent Internet predator would provide funding to help Hawaii investigators capture more such culprits.
Imagine a day when Maui Wowie and Kona Gold are legitimate marijuana brands sold around the world, when Hawaii factories create legal products such as Maui Wowie cookies, cannabis-infused ice cream and marijuana macadamia nut chocolate candies.
JERUSALEM » When Germany invaded the Soviet Union in June 1941, the wife of Heinrich Himmler, chief of the Nazi Gestapo and the SS and one of the main orchestrators of the Holocaust, sent him a message: "There is a can of caviar in the ice box. Take it."
SAN FRANCISCO » It's Travis Kalanick versus the world, and recently the world seems to be winning. Kalanick, who is brash and aggressive even by the standards of Silicon Valley, created Uber four years ago to blow up the traditional taxi business. In more than 60 cities, from San Francisco to Berlin, it is doing just that.
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DENVER » Just a few miles from the midday bustle of this city's hip downtown, a pen of black-hided yearlings trotted into a dusty arena as a crowd of burly men in cowboy hats looked on silently.
State House Majority Leader Scott Saiki, concerned that the Hawaii Community Development Authority has been unresponsive to public complaints about rapid development in Kakaako, wants to curtail the authority's power.
Two state lawmakers want to strengthen Hawaii's Right to Farm Act by preventing counties from restricting agricultural technology, modern livestock production and ranching practices that are allowed under federal and state law.
Gargantuan waves continued to pummel north and west shore beaches Thursday, the second day of a swell that happens only once every 10 to 20 years, but no serious injuries or major damage to property occurred.
State shark expert Randy Honebrink pleaded guilty Thursday in U.S. District Court to possessing child pornography. Honebrink, 58, faces a maximum 10-year prison term at sentencing in May.
Appropriating funds for a comprehensive breast and cervical cancer control program, addressing infant mortality issues and providing parents with information about the vaccination for human papillomavirus are among this year's top priorities for the Women's Legislative Caucus.
Two Utah men in their 40s allege they were sexually abused by a Mormon Church official when they went to Maui as teenagers to pick pineapples as part of their missionary training.
An employee can collect workers' compensation for exposure to vog that aggravates an asthma condition, the Hawaii Supreme Court ruled Thursday. The Department of Education and the Labor Industrial Relations Appeals Board both denied a claim by Lynedon Van Ness.
Glenn Martinez spent two days burying the hundreds of tilapia and koi that lived in a pond on his Waimanalo farm after the fish —worth thousands of dollars — mysteriously died Wednesday in one hour.
An 82-year-old man reported to be a prominent member of the Hauula community died and three others were seriously injured Thursday in a crash of two sport utility vehicles on Kamehameha Highway in Laie, according to city Emergency Medical Services and police.
QUESTION: Why have the highway lights been dark at the Pali Highway exit from the H-1 freeway westbound? Also, the lights at both the entrance and exit of Honolulu Airport are out. Both areas have been dark for nearly a year.
Homeless man's death ruled homicide • Man killed by tree branch ID'd as visitor • Meetings focus on courthouse • Arakawa to give annual address