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New York » In Manhattan, upscale clothing retailer Barneys will replace bankrupt discounter Loehmann's, whose store closes in a few weeks.
NEW YORK » Mayor Bill de Blasio is so tall that city workers had to build an oversize podium for him, installing a custom sliding step that can be pulled out for shorter speakers.
ENUMCLAW, Wash. » At age 93, Edward J. Saylor still works in his shop behind the house, making stained-glass art and retreating to a cozy armchair for some afternoon TV when the weather turns cold.
House and Senate Republicans announced Tuesday they have come together for the first time in several years to pursue a package of measures including — at the top of the agenda — a proposal to establish direct democracy.
The University of Hawaii's presidential selection committee will forgo hiring an outside search firm but will move ahead with its own national search — a process that committee members say they want to complete within a year.
A hiker stranded on Mauna Loa after a snowstorm was rescued by park rangers Thursday. Rangers conducting a helicopter search found Alex Sverdlov, 36, sunburned and wind-whipped at 9 a.m., according to a news release from Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
Researchers in Hawaii and California have found that interplanetary dust particles can act as seeds of life, delivering both water and organic materials to terrestrial planets like Earth.
Question: Why was the Aiea offramp, town-bound, coned off on Pro Bowl Sunday? I wanted to take the offramp at about 12:30 p.m. but was forced to continue on the freeway.
Motorist critically injured in 2-car collision • Waipahu man charged in 3 bank robberies
Tripler, boy's parents settle suit • Fishpond restoration on agenda • Hilo rainfall, temperature set records • Suspect held in robbery of Kauai bank
Condominium towers could sprout in Kakaako just makai of Ala Moana Boulevard if a bill sought by the state Office of Hawaiian Affairs is approved by the Legislature.
A state Circuit Court judge on Wednesday sided with the state and threw out a House lawmaker's legal challenge to gay marriage.
A state House committee deferred a series of bills backed by Niihau residents to sustain fishing and other marine life for future generations.
Cat owners on Kauai would be required to get a license for their pet under a new program passed by the Kauai County Council.
Roosevelt High School students returned to the Punchbowl campus Wednesday after the shooting of a 17-year-old by a police officer.
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The state Senate is considering a bill that would designate Kahoolawe as the resting place for unknown or "inadvertently discovered" Native Hawaiian bones when those remains can't be reburied nearby.
TOKYO >> First, there was the abrupt resignation of a president accused by governing party politicians of allowing an overly liberal tone to news coverage.
A federal judge ordered one of three men who admitted being the master agent or head bookie at different times during a Honolulu-based Internet gambling operation to spend 30 days in jail and perform 400 hours of community service for tax evasion and transmitting wagering information over the Internet.