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A recent study showed most women with ovarian cancer do not receive appropriate care, but medical specialists here say women in Hawaii see fewer roadblocks to getting the treatment they need for the disease.
Retired Navy Adm. Thomas Fargo, former head of the U.S. Pacific Command in Honolulu, is one of four Naval Academy graduates recently honored for lifelong achievement with the U.S. Naval Academy Alumni Association Distinguished Graduate Award.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. » Not far off a scruffy boulevard lined with dollar stores and payday loan shops in a neighborhood of run-down brick bungalows, Corning Achievement Elementary School here is a pristine refuge, with gleaming tile floors and signs in classrooms proclaiming "Whatever it takes."
When Julia Geist was asked to draw a picture of a computer scientist last year, the 16-year-old sketched a businessman wearing glasses and a tie. Looking around at her classmates' drawings, she saw similar depictions of men.
A defense contractor accused of giving military secrets to his Chinese girlfriend will be allowed to stay at a halfway house while he awaits trial, a federal judge ruled Monday.
Model and TV host Heidi Klum helped save her oldest son from being dragged out to sea on the North Shore of Oahu on Easter Sunday, according to "Entertainment Tonight."
China has accepted an invitation from the United States to participate, for the first time, in Rim of the Pacific naval exercises off Hawaii next year, the Pentagon said.
Honolulu police are investigating a stabbing on Sheridan Street that followed a large brawl Sunday morning.
Army Brig. Gen. Clarence K.K. Chinn, whose parents are from Hawaii, has been selected to receive his second star as a major general, the Pentagon announced.
LA CRUZ DE HUANACAXTLE, Mexico » I've been trying to enjoy the wildlife during this visit to Mexico, but some days it seems like it's another chore to squeeze into my work-filled days.
Question: I just received my water bill, which has a $7.02 billing charge. But it says the bill is an estimate.
High-surf advisory extended until Tuesday • April dubbed Tsunami Awareness Month • Parents of girl who drowned in tub are jailed • Kauai Council considers new sports complex
Injuries result from moped collision • Suspect jailed in theft at Ala Moana Center • Woman, 33, bites police officer in Kapolei • Man arrested in possible credit card fraud
The University of Hawaii's price tag for backlogged repairs now totals about $461 million across the 10-campus system, a situation that lawmakers say needs immediate attention.
The family of a Kaneohe Marine killed in a helicopter crash in Kaneohe Bay and one of the crash survivors are suing the companies that designed, manufactured and serviced the aging CH-53D Sea Stallion helicopter, its hydraulic system and replacement parts.
U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz told supporters on Saturday that Hawaii's congressional delegation could set a national example as problem solvers who look for opportunities for bipartisanship but repudiate those who only want President Barack Obama to fail.
Hawaii National Guard Capt. Muncko Kruize has a personal stake in the waning war in Afghanistan that goes far beyond his current service there.
The greenish-brown surface of the Ala Wai Canal turned yellow briefly Saturday as 20,000 rubber ducks floated down the waterway.
Waikiki activist William Lee Sweatt died in 2011 before seeing the derelict lot behind his condominium turned into a place where kids could play, but his dying wish may soon come true.
The Department of Education's multimillion-dollar plan to provide all students with laptops or tablets was partially revived last week by the Senate Ways and Means Committee.