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Faulty disinfecting equipment allowed E. coli bacteria to be present in drinking water in the Aina Koa area, the Honolulu Board of Water Supply announced on Saturday.
A new study co-authored by University of Hawaii researchers challenges the conventional wisdom of how the Hawaiian Islands were formed.
The number of Honolulu Board of Water Supply customers getting bills showing they were undercharged or overcharged has gone down to just over 1 percent, officials said.
A costly, lengthy and ultimately unsuccessful chapter in Navy SEAL minisub development and use in Hawaii is ending, while a more economical effort is continuing as the Special Operations Command seeks a better way to deliver commandos to their target.
When Cierra Nakamura asked herself a little more than a year ago what "a simple 13-year-old" could do to contribute to Aloha Medical Mission's work in Southern Asia, the answer turned out to be more than she imagined.
Bill "Ryz" Ryzewic was so highly trusted at Pearl Harbor that he held a position as a civilian that was occupied by a Navy flag officer before and since.
Maj. Gen. Clarence K.K. Chinn, whose parents are from Hawaii, has been chosen to be the next senior commander for Fort Bragg in North Carolina, the Pentagon announced Friday.
If you stick around long enough, all history eventually repeats. So it is that the current pitched battles on Kauai and Hawaii island over genetically modified crops have the oldie-but-moldy feel of the fight on the Big Island in the mid-1970s over fluoridating the water supply.
State sheriffs and the Honolulu police launched a search Saturday for Raphael Hernandez, an escapee from the Waiawa Correctional Facility.
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The National Organization for Marriage has bought television advertisements in Hawaii to support traditional marriage as both sides ramp up lobbying with about a week to go before a special session on marriage equality.
After newly moved sand was washed away from Kuhio Beach, the city on Friday temporarily abandoned its effort to replenish the beleaguered section of Waikiki Beach where erosion has exposed concrete foundation and rebar.
A city Ethics Commission opinion released Friday makes it clear that outside committees set up to help usher in new Honolulu mayors need to make donor lists public and take other steps to avoid "pay-for-play concerns."
In a drab one-story building here, set between an indoor tennis club and a home appliance showroom, dozens of engineers, physicists and nuclear experts are chasing a radical dream of Bill Gates.
DAKAR, Senegal » A bloody mall siege in Kenya, mass hostage-taking in Algeria, brazen attacks on government facilities in Niger, routine killings of civilians in Nigeria, an aggressive military push toward the capital in Mali: Have Islamist militants found their chosen soft spots on the African continent?
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WASHINGTON » States with large military installations and major research institutions will suffer the most economically from the 16-day federal shutdown — especially the Washington, D.C., area, Hawaii and New Mexico, according to an analysis from Moody's Analytics.
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A U.S. District Judge sentenced the ex-girlfriend of a convicted former Honolulu police officer to more than 27 months in jail on marijuana-related charges.
The Intermediate Court of Appeals ruled in favor of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser on Friday, allowing the newspaper to recover nearly $70,000 in attorney fees and costs in its successful lawsuit against the state over the release of names of judicial finalists.