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This year's annual count of Oahu's "street" homeless underestimated numbers by as much as 60 percent, according to a new study.
People opposed to broader development of the Laie-Turtle Bay area call the latest draft of the Ko‘olau Loa Sustainable Communities Plan neither sustainable nor a community plan.
A woman in her early 20s died Saturday morning after falling from a ledge at Kaau Crater Trail above Palolo Valley, according to city Emergency Medical Services personnel.
A hotly debated proposed ordinance pertaining to pesticide use and farming of genetically modified crops on the Garden Isle will be considered by the Kauai County Council this week.
As young prospective homebuyers, Ronnie Sunio Jr. and fiancee Janice Rivera arrived at Saturday's Hawaii Homebuyers Fair with just one item on their to-do list.
All 2,765 civilian workers furloughed from Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard will return to work Monday, a shipyard official confirmed.
With overwhelming support for gay marriage in the state Senate, the outcome of a special session this month will depend on the state House, where a tenuous majority in favor of marriage equality will be tested under the glare of public opinion.
Several months ago, before the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act, I was chatting with a 9-year-old about her diverse circle of friends.
If there is any question of the significance of the historic Advertiser building at the corner of South Street and Kapiolani Boulevard, consider this: Every day, seven days a week, for more than 80 years, various reporters, editors, production crew and printers chronicled almost every aspect of the daily life of Hawaii.
A woman in her 20s was critically injured in an accident on Kamakee Street near Ala Moana Boulevard Friday night.
Hawaii County park officials are reopening a "hot pond" in lower Puna after tests showed it contained no elevated levels of certain dangerous bacteria.
Each Sunday, the Star-Advertiser publishes Oahu vital statistics for marriage licenses, civil unions and birth certificates filed with the state Department of Health’s Vital Statistics System.
The University of Hawaii plans to ask lawmakers for an additional $54 million to help cover operations next fiscal year, with the bulk of the funds needed for faculty salary increases already on the books, school officials said Friday.
It's no blunder: Stevie Wonder is slated to perform a private concert tonight in Waikiki.
The Honolulu Star-Advertiser strives to make its news report fair and accurate. If you have a question or comment about news coverage, call Ed Lynch, managing editor/news, at 529-4758.
A new four-year pact with the Hawaii Government Employees Association's professional and scientific workers will cost the state an additional $276 million, the Abercrombie administration estimates.
For the 12th time in three years, the Pearl Harbor-based cruiser USS Lake Erie shot down a short-range ballistic missile target that was launched from Kauai's Pacific Missile Range Facility.
Tyler Adams, the self-styled "master of disguise" who defrauded two Hawaii banks out of more than $120,000 from October 2007 to June 2008, pleaded no contest Friday to two counts of first-degree theft and one count of second-degree theft, Honolulu Prosecuting Attorney Keith M. Kaneshiro announced in a news release.
The ongoing federal government shutdown could have significant effect on a prestigious regional meeting hosted by the University of Hawaii's John A.