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All but two public high schools statewide are on track to provide increased instructional hours that will be mandated next school year — a marked turnaround from this time last year, when only two secondary schools were providing the required learning time.
It's not the first time in recent years that Hawaii has been pegged as the most dangerous state for senior pedestrians, but a new report out Tuesday once more gives the Aloha State that dubious distinction.
Seniors in Hawaii are healthier than in any state except Minnesota, with good access to medical care and the nation's lowest rates of obesity and hip fractures, according to a national report released Wednesday by United Health Foundation.
Kids Voting Hawaii is now We Vote Hawaii, and voting for a new logo will be held on Friday.
The University of Hawaii Board of Regents on Tuesday again defended its search process that resulted in the two finalists vying to lead the university amid a new call — this time from state Senate President Donna Mercado Kim — to reopen the search.
Stephen R. Dinion, assistant principal timpanist and percussionist for the Hawai‘i Symphony Orchestra and a community activist, died May 13 of complications from lymphoma. He was 46.
An Oahu grand jury Tuesday indicted a 30-year-old surfer on an attempted-murder charge for allegedly driving at and hitting a 73-year-old woman with her car in Waikiki last week.
Former Hawaii resident Sante Kimes, who along with her son made up a notorious grifter team convicted of the murders of a wealthy widow in New York and a businessman in Los Angeles, has died in her prison cell at age 79.
What kind of demand is there for affordable housing on Oahu? Consider this: Nearly 12,000 people have signed up for rental assistance six days into the weeklong open period for applying to the city's Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program, officials said Tuesday.
A Hawaii woman who ran an escort service said in a lawsuit that a federal agent entrapped her in a methamphetamine case, forced her to be his informant and sexually assaulted her.
A nearly three-decade battle to preserve the neglected Waikiki War Memorial Natatorium is getting added ammunition from the National Trust for Historic Preservation, which is adding the landmark to its list of "national treasures" — a move that harnesses the support of thousands of preservationists from coast to coast.
Pair charged in attempted home invasion • Waimanalo structure destroyed in blaze • Man accused of threats against women
Panel focuses on topics key to females • Workshops to address chronic illness • Kauai offers summer kids’ enrichment
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A 26-year-old Honolulu man killed early Sunday morning by an alleged drunken driver in Kaaawa was a top sponsored skateboarder who made a name for himself in Hawaii and on the San Francisco skate scene, friends said.
A federal judge handed down a six-month jail term Monday for a man who continued to run a multimillion-dollar Internet sports betting operation after he was caught in order to help the government prosecute people who worked for him and helped hide profits.
State boating officials Tuesday hope to remove a sailboat that ran aground a coral reef off old Kona Airport on Sunday night.
Combat veteran Natasha Coelho had trained to fight for her life overseas. At home in Hawaii she battled to stay alive in a hospital bed she barely remembers lying in.
The Waikiki woman who suffered serious head injuries from being hit by a car driven by a woman accused of intentionally trying to run her over said she was stunned anyone could commit such an act.