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Filomeno Rosendo Ancheta • Carla Marie Book • Chiyoko Higa Brown; and more
Information sought after fatal house fire • AWOL female inmate is apprehended
We saw something that shocked us recently. It was the University of Hawaii “H” logo for a high school baseball team in Oklahoma. Were we wrong? The program was “Horneytown, USA” on the Travel Channel, about towns with “unusual” names, and they had a feature on the Hooker Horney Toads team in Hooker, Okla. The logo looked exactly like the UH logo. Could it be?
Rising sea levels mostly caused by man-made climate change will likely leave the edges of Waikiki — and possibly more of the densely developed tourist district — underwater by the year 2100, University of Hawaii climate researchers say.
Kathryn Xian opened her campaign Monday for the urban Honolulu seat in Congress with a populist theme of income equality.
A cold low-pressure system in the middle atmosphere could bring heavy rain and thunderstorms to the northwestern areas of the state today, according to the National Weather Service.
The Honolulu-bound lane of Farrington Highway through Ewa was reopened — for the time being — by the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation, which has resumed construction of the city's rail system.
During World War II about 300 Filipino-Americans from Hawaii serving under Gen. Douglas MacArthur played a significant role in helping the Allies liberate the Philippines.
The state’s health insurance exchange, a key provision of the Affordable Care Act, will not be ready for consumers to shop and compare health plans at the start of open enrollment today.
Uncertainty and financial worry settled onto federal employees in Hawaii on Monday as the clock wound down to the first government shutdown in 17 years and as furloughs loomed for tens of thousands in the local workforce.
As vice principal at Washington Middle School, it was Susan Minami-Sato’s job to deal with kids like Jowana Lobendahn.
Man lying on road dies when run over • Boy seriously hurt in fall from window • Truck backs over man lying in road • Teenager arrested in fight at hospital
Boa constrictor is killed on Pali Highway • 2 men charged in robbery, assault in Hilo
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Authorities are investigating the theft of highly sought-after and valuable koa wood from state lands on Kauai, including Kokee State Park and the Na Pali-Kona Forest Reserve.
Steven Eugene Alexander • Filomena Giron Arbues • Concepcion Mendoza Carnate; and more
Cousins Ariana Whetten and B.J. Mikasobe didn't always get along when they were younger, but the past three years have brought the teens closer than they ever could have imagined.
A four-year degree from the University of Hawaii at Manoa is likely to yield a starting salary almost three times the state's minimum wage, new figures in a national salaries report show.