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It was a sunset marked by star power, a singing boy band and thousands of screaming fans of "Hawaii Five-0." For the fourth year, the cast of the state's most celebrated TV show dressed up to walk a red carpet on the sand and say mahalo to fans who had come to see the crime drama's Sunset on the Beach premiere.
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AUSTIN, Texas » A new survey shows that Hispanics, the nation's largest minority group, have grown increasingly negative toward the Republican Party during the political battle over changing immigration law and lean surprisingly liberal on social issues like gay marriage — a combination of factors that presents a steep challenge for Republicans in trying to win back Hispanic voters.
A forensic pathologist testifying at a military hearing for a Marine accused of killing a prostitute in Hawaii says she was strangled. Forensic pathologist William Goodhue said Ivanice "Ivy" Harris, 29, died of asphyxiation, Hawaii News Now reported Thursday.
The state's intent to address health and environmental concerns tied to the use of pesticides and genetically modified crops is being met with caution by supporters of a bill that would impose regulations on large agricultural biotech companies on Kauai.
Kauai authorities are conducting a murder investigation after remains found last year were identified as those of a woman who vanished 34 years ago from her Hanalei home.
Hawaii island cannabis advocate Roger Christie will spend about another six months behind bars after pleading guilty today in his marijuana trafficking case, according to his lawyer.
A 28-year-old Waikiki man became the first in the state to be charged under a new state law that makes solicitation of a minor for prostitution a Class C felony, punishable by up to five years in prison. Prosecutors charged Manuel Maldonado on Thursday with two counts of solicitation of a minor.
Large concrete barriers will likely go up by the end of the year to block cars, buses and vans from parking at Laniakea Beach, transportation officials announced at a meeting this week to address the traffic problems there.
The YMCA of Honolulu's plan to put up a condominium tower at the site of the Central YMCA on Atkinson Drive moved out of the City Council Zoning and Planning Committee on Thursday, positioning it for a final vote at next month's Council meeting.
Question: Can you provide the status of House Bill 619 regarding the feeding of feral birds? It was passed by the Legislature this year.
Abercrombie to take vacation in France • Coco Palms on path toward reconstruction
City identifies victim of highway accident • The cause of death was multiple blunt force injuries caused by the accident • Makiki man held in sexual assaults
Police are warning Hawaii residents to keep close watch of their home equity lines of credit after about a dozen cases of unauthorized account transfers were reported in the past week.
Three Oahu schools were named 2013 National Blue Ribbon winners on Tuesday by the U.S. Department of Education for academic excellence or for improving academic achievement.
CLARKSVILLE, Ark. » The slim, black 9-millimeter handguns school Superintendent David Hopkins selected for his teachers here weigh about a pound and slip easily into a pocket.
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An Oahu grand jury returned an indictment Wednesday charging a former teacher's aide at the Hawaii School for the Deaf and the Blind with sexually assaulting a student at the school.
The Democratic Party of Hawaii has brushed aside the state's defense of the open primary, describing a system where all voters, regardless of their political affiliation, can select the party's nominees as a "blunt instrument that wreaks broad constitutional damage by negating freedom of association."