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2 lost men saved en route to Haiku Stairs • Uninjured lone hiker rescued in Kaaawa • Suspect allegedly shattered car windshield • Condo blaze injures resident • Snorkeler, 56, still missing
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Kamehameha Schools has shelved its plan to develop a shopping center anchored by a Foodland supermarket on preservation-zoned land in Hawaii Kai, City Councilman Stanley Chang said.
U.S. Sens. Brian Schatz and Mazie Hirono are among 13 senators calling for an investigation into the legality of recently uncovered National Security Agency surveillance programs that collect data on millions of Americans.
A plan to be unveiled today to more than double the energy efficiency in state and Honolulu County buildings could add 5,000 new jobs to Hawaii's economy by 2015 and bolster efforts to meet aggressive clean-energy goals.
The second-in-command at Maui's largest affordable housing provider says she was demoted after uncovering widespread asbestos at one of the nonprofit's rental properties and was prevented from remedying the health hazard through proper channels.
The state Health Department is investigating five syphilis cases in West Hawaii, the highest number of cases reported on Hawaii island in the past five years.
A brush fire and a gravel spill prompted lane closures on two major Oahu roads Wednesday.
WASHINGTON » When the United Arab Emirates wanted to create its own version of the National Security Agency, it turned to Booz Allen Hamilton to replicate the world's largest and most powerful spy agency in the sands of Abu Dhabi.
The Honolulu Star-Advertiser strives to make its news report fair and accurate. If you have a question or comment about news coverage, call Ed Lynch, managing editor/news, at 529-4758.
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The husband of a former Delta Air Lines employee who admitted using her security credentials to smuggle drug money has also pleaded guilty to his role in a meth trafficking ring that operated between California and Hawaii.
Nancy Lee Ellis, a retired Hawaii Pacific University vice president who helped develop numerous programs during her 23-year career there, died May 16 of ovarian cancer at her home in St. Petersburg, Fla. She was 66.
The Navy has stepped away from a controversial plan — at least for now — to blanket the historic Ford Island runway in photovoltaic panels, a new environmental assessment reveals.
Question: It took many years to finally get a crossing light installed on Kamehameha Highway at the entrance to Hawaii Pacific University on the Windward side.
Winds prompt big-surf, small craft alerts • Hana library to close June 21 for repairs • Restaurants, markets join ‘Kauai Grown'
Search continues for missing snorkeler • Rescue crews work east, west sides of isle • Police seek help in finding homeless man
City Council Chairman Ernie Martin said he signed off on two documents tied to cancellation of $1.2 million in loans to the nonprofit Opportunities and Resources Inc., whose leader contributed $4,200 to his political campaign committee.
Faustino Somera is among about 15 former Ewa Plantation workers and their spouses who were promised by plantation bosses, and later the city, that they could stay in their Varona Village homes until they died.
LAS VEGAS » A former Hawaii resident sobbed Tuesday during his first appearance in a Las Vegas courtroom on a murder charge for allegedly injuring his young son fatally.