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Skateboarder killed, motorist locked up • 3 men sought in armed robbery • Gunfire brings suspect's arrest
Scam requests UH email users' Social Security data • County contract measure dies
Waipahu High School seniors Lovelle Cutaran and Kayla Viernes designed half of a mural that will grace a former Aiea strip mall area plagued by graffiti. "It was hard work, but it was really fun," said Viernes.
The dustup between Office of Hawaiian Affairs CEO Kamana'opono Crabbe and his bosses, the OHA board of trustees, has caused a mighty ruckus in the Hawaiian community since May 9.
Wayne Hikida, a former insurance executive who has served as a Mormon bishop, was so disappointed with how the state Legislature handled gay marriage last year that he decided to campaign as a Republican for the state House.
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Hawaii Republicans want to register 25,000 new Republican voters before the November election, hoping to expand the electorate and slowly weaken the Democratic Party's hold on state politics.
Supporters of affordable-housing initiatives are calling an increase in the amount of conveyance tax revenue going into the state's rental housing trust fund a major victory emerging from this year's legislative session.
When two masked would-be robbers armed with a baseball bat and a piece of lumber entered a Date Street residence early Saturday morning, Mike Werdien and six friends felt a bit confused.
The chaos created in the Office of Hawaiian Affairs by CEO Kamana'opono Crabbe has squashed what little credibility existed for the Native Hawaiian Roll, Kana'iolowalu.
Tourist, 58, dies after snorkeling • Exemptions face probe by county
After six years of preparation, Hokule‘a has finally pushed off its dock at Sand Island — bound for Hilo, then Tahiti, then new oceans, new ports, new risks and new adventures for the historic Hawaiian voyaging canoe.
The University of Hawaii's controversial plan to divert tuition revenue toward its massive repair and maintenance backlog flopped at the Legislature, with lawmakers instead authorizing state bonds for less than a quarter of the money UH said it needed to start fast-tracking the work.
A fire Thursday night destroyed a building that housed offices for Suisan Co., a major fish distributor on Hawaii island.
Maui Police Chief Gary Yabuta will retire from his position to assume a new role as director of the federal High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas initiative for Hawaii.
Police Chief Darryl D. Perry filed papers Friday to run as a candidate for the Kauai County Council in the 2014 election.
Members serving on the board governing the University of Hawaii system are uneasy about pending legislation that would require them to file financial disclosure statements as public record, with at least one regent promising to resign if the bill becomes law.
A native sea urchin that helps keep algae from smothering reefs is showing signs of disease, with patches of missing spines, in Maunalua and Kaneohe bays, and authorities are calling for the public's help as they investigate the problem.
A two-alarm fire destroyed an Aiea home early Friday morning and injured an 83-year-old man as he tried to save the family's pet dogs.
Are kids and adults gambling when they play arcade games at Chuck E. Cheese's, Dave & Buster's and Fun Factory?