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Friday morning, at least 10 FBI and Naval Criminal Investigative Service agents swarmed Benjamin Pierce Bishop's brown two-story house in Makakilo where he lived alone, according to neighbors.
The deep spending cuts coming out of Washington, D.C., known as sequestration could mean a reduction in federal dollars spent this year on Honolulu's elevated rail project, U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz said Tuesday.
State senators, buckling to public pressure, agreed Tuesday to hold a hearing on a bill that would require the labeling of genetically modified produce imported to Hawaii.
Gov. Neil Abercrombie has nominated the former head of Kaneohe Ranch, a retired Hawaii island businessman and the executive director of the Maui High Performance Computing Center to the University of Hawaii Board of Regents.
The future is looking bleak for the Steven Tyler Act. The state legislative proposal pushed by the Aerosmith lead singer would allow celebrities to sue people who take photos or videos of their private moments.
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U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz introduced a bill Wednesday that seeks to expand Hawaii's national parks while preserving the state's special places and bringing in more tourism dollars.
The Honolulu Salary Commission voted Tuesday to increase the pay of the city medical examiner by 25 percent, to $250,000, in an attempt to attract qualified people for a job that has not been permanently filled since late 2009.
People younger than 18 wouldn't face penalties under a Senate bill headed for a vote by the House that would decriminalize the use of small amounts of marijuana and set a $100 civil fine, Honolulu police say.
University of Hawaii at Manoa Chancellor Tom Apple is defending the decision to set the proposed salary for Manoa's incoming head librarian at $195,000, saying the candidate was being pursued by other institutions and the salary is commensurate with peer universities.
The Department of Education says it has serious concerns over its ability to meet student achievement goals and special-education needs under the reduced state budget moving through the Legislature.
It was a sweet dream, really, with Lily (Kahumoku) Olteanu wishing to return to what she referred to as the "most beautiful place in the world."
Navy officials say military members stationed at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam are starting to see changes in base services and facilities as a result of automatic federal budget cuts.
Several months ago the aging play structure at Koko Head Neighborhood Park was taken down. Although rusting, 98 percent of it was fine. The first mistake was instead of fixing what was broken, two workers spent hours boarding up one section.
Whatever the 2013 Legislature accomplishes on policy, the thing for which it'll most be remembered is Hawaii island Rep. Faye Hanohano's racial tirade over artwork by non-Native Hawaiians placed by the state in her office.
Jumper died of injuries after missing pool • Suspect is sought in Waikiki robbery • Man accused of assault and violating order • Homeless woman held in Kailua burglary
Drought watch runs its course for Upcountry Maui residents • Maui pursues chicken control • Compost plan in the works