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Thirteen finalists have been nominated to fill four seats on the University of Hawaii's Board of Regents, including the Honolulu seat held by Chairman John Holzman. Holzman's term, and those of three others on the 15-member board, expires June 30.
All of a sudden it's been two months since the last shark attack, a modest break from a two-year period in which Hawaii averaged a remarkable one shark attack per month. Is it safe to go back in the water?
State House Speaker Joseph Souki apologized Friday for the behavior of Rep. Faye Hanohano and said a special committee investigating her conduct could have a recommendation within days.
Volunteers searching for a pregnant, 27-year-old missing Maui woman on Thursday discovered a sweater and skirt belonging to her. Carly "Charli" Scott's sisters identified the clothes found in the Peahi area as hers, said Pat Mulligan, a partner with Morey Inc., which is assisting in the search.
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The Oahu rail transit system's maintenance-storage facility will undergo a redesign to upgrade the track operations there -- a $4.25 million decision by project officials that scraps many of the original blueprints for how that facility was to work.
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Its frisky four strings are the sound of Elvis' "Blue Hawaii," of Tiny Tim tiptoeing through the tulips and lately, beyond all reason, of a popular "Bohemian Rhapsody" cover.
Oahu residents can now see in person a life-size mock-up of the 80 rail cars being designed for the island's planned transit system. Rail officials joined Honolulu City Council members to unveil the model Thursday at Kapolei Hale, where it will remain on display during regular business hours through April.
Several hundred apartment, condominium and townhouse complexes and nonprofits would be charged for city garbage pickup under a proposal made this week by the administration using a fee schedule that's based on how many dumpsters they use.
A fourth seed company has joined a lawsuit against Kauai County that attempts to block implementation of a new law regulating pesticide use and the farming of genetically modified crops.
A 58-year-old woman who continued to collect her father's state of Hawaii disability payments 21 years after he died was sentenced Thursday to 21 months in federal prison.
Five months after a worker fell 50 feet from a Punchbowl apartment building, a Kalihi construction company has been fined $63,250 for failing to provide adequate safeguards.
A 25-year-old state prison inmate said in U.S. District Court on Thursday that he participated in an assault of a fellow inmate at Halawa Correctional Facility in February 2013 in order to gain membership in the Hawaii prison gang USO Family.
A 45-year-old Waikiki man admitted to an arresting police officer that he stabbed a 34-year-old man Sunday night at a hostel near the Honolulu Zoo, according to court documents.
The state is concerned about the spread of measles after an Oahu infant contracted the highly contagious disease in the Philippines and was infectious while traveling back to Honolulu and during visits to receive medical treatment.
Family and friends of a 52-year-old grandmother who sustained a broken hip and other injuries in a violent purse-snatching in Waikiki are gathering at Straub Clinic & Hospital, hoping that Jullie Stephenson comes out of the coma she's been in for more than a week.
State House leaders intend to appoint a special committee to investigate Rep. Faye Hanohano after a Hawaii Pacific University student claimed he was treated rudely by Hanohano when he testified before her House committee.