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Hawaii residents could pay as little as $120 per month for medical coverage on the new state-based health insurance exchange set up as part of the federal health care reform law known as Obamacare.
On Sept. 12, 2012, you wrote about the sandwich board signs put up on public property by different churches, specifically New Hope Windward and Hope Chapel Kaneohe Bay. New Hope never stopped putting signs out along highway medians and sidewalks, and to this day, every Saturday and Sunday, the signs are there.
Vacant-house fire damages 2 other homes • Suspect charged with biting police officer • Damage from truck fire is limited to cab
Janice Miyo Hoshino Ah Nee • Robert Taro Ashimine • John Yin Wo Ching; and more
NEW YORK » They were in jail on charges of murder, robbery, extortion and, of course, racketeering, but the inmates, accused of being members of La Cosa Nostra, wanted out. At least for a little while.
"I celebrate myself, and sing myself," wrote Walt Whitman, America's great bard of self-promotion. As the world goes ever more digital, quite a few businesses are adopting that philosophy - hiring a veritable chorus of touts to sing their nonexistent praises and lure in customers.
PARIS » The French do not know kale. While legions of American chefs, diners and health gurus have turned it into a menu staple and a sought-after superfood, their Gallic counterparts do not understand the leafy green vegetable. Even worse, they do not seem interested.
SAN FRANCISCO » David Theisen keeps his legal papers in a frayed yellow envelope in his tiny transients' hotel room, a toilet down the hall, the covers of his beloved comic books, with titles like "Dark Mysteries" and "Vault of Horror," lining the drab walls.
Kathleen Taeko Akimoto • Leonie Yuk Lan Calunod • Grace Correa Carter; and more
Alleged Circuit Court escapee is caught • Event at shooting range helps food bank • Missing woman is found unhurt • System work will slow water
Alexis Gonzales' former girlfriend said she last spoke to him about a month ago and that he "was in good spirits and doing well."
Scientists using the Keck Observatory on Mauna Kea will conduct a four-year survey of 2,000 distant galaxies to better understand their star-forming phase.
As a dramatic nine-month run of lava flow from Kilauea Volcano's Puu Oo cone slowed to a trickle last month, so did visitor traffic.
The U.S. House of Representatives recognized all living Medal of Honor recipients Wednesday, reciting the acts of bravery that went far above and beyond the call of duty.
A man who is part of the sovereign citizen movement that has taken hold in parts of the mainland and who has posted on the Internet several YouTube videos of himself challenging the civil and criminal justice systems here and on the mainland is a fugitive from Georgia, according to documents filed in state court for his extradition.
Material dredged from a Hawaii Kai marina was supposed to be disposed of in waters off East Honolulu under a permit issued by the Army Corps of Engineers in February — not in Waianae as apparently was done.
State wildlife officials are appealing to dog and cat owners to keep their animals away from coastal paths on Kauai's south shore after a large colony of native wedge-tailed shearwaters was decimated in two attacks this summer.
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar produces so much molasses that the veteran Maui company says it likely would find another way to export the thick liquid off-island if Matson ceases to ship it.
University of Hawaii-Manoa students would see a bigger chunk of their tuition dollars go toward repairs on the 107-year-old flagship campus under a plan to eliminate two decades' worth of backlogged repairs.