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A 20-year-old Mililani man was fatally injured early Monday morning in a two-car crash near Honolulu Airport.
The attorney general is cautioning state senators that a House bill requiring genetically modified imported produce to carry labels would likely be struck down by the federal government if it becomes law.
Roadwork that caused traffic to back up for much of Monday in the downtown area will continue in some areas, particularly Nimitz Highway, through the rest of the week.
Teddy Munet, charged in an escape from a pretrial hearing on murder charges, missed a scheduled Circuit Court appearance Monday morning, the third time he has not shown up in court.
Hawai‘i Symphony Orchestra board members announced Monday a tentative plan for a second season, raising hopes that the fledgling symphony will survive.
One of the most mysterious and exotic objects in the galaxy is poised to spit out some information.
The state salary commission voted Monday to recommend pay raises for the governor, judges and legislators, concluding that higher salaries are justified to attract the "best and brightest" to public service.
Boniface Stephen Kauweokaohelani Aiu Sr., who rose through the ranks from hose man to Honolulu fire chief, died Feb. 27 in Straub Hospital. He was 89.
The police warned her not to cross the line, a warning that anyone who knows Lela Hubbard would recognize as a gold-embossed invitation to do just the opposite.
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."
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Regarding your March 13 column about red flags being used at a Kaahele Street crosswalk in Aiea: My daughter lives in Salt Lake City and tells me that they have a flag-crossing system in place.
Hilo woman identified as accident victim • Driver arrested in Waimea woman's death • 3-year-old dies after being hit by rolling truck
Duo pleads not guilty in road-rage case • Police officer and firefighter are honored
Retired international lawyer and longtime University of Hawaii supporter Frank Boas died Saturday in Honolulu, said Avi Soifer, dean of the UH William S. Richardson School of Law. Boas was 82.
The biggest beach replenishment project ever undertaken in the state is taking shape at Iroquois Point, where nine big T-shaped rock groins are going in along nearly a mile of shoreline.
U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz describes himself as a "pragmatic progressive" who has passion for Democratic values but understands politics is about compromise.
U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard discussed U.S. missteps in Iraq and the failure of the Department of Veterans Affairs to clear its backlog of obligations during an appearance on CNN's "State of the Union" on Sunday.
The Public Charter School Commission has approved a new contract with the state's 32 charter schools that is designed to measure their performance from year to year.
Every summer, Kailua native B.K. Cannon looks forward to flying home to the islands from Los Angeles to volunteer at two camps she attended as a child with cancer.