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Las Vegas Sands Corp., an international gambling empire controlled by the billionaire Sheldon G. Adelson, has informed the Security and Exchange Commission that it likely violated a federal law against bribing foreign officials.
NEW YORK » There were the usual caps dotted with shamrocks; bunting in the green, white and orange of the Irish flag; and the nasal hum of bagpipes.
Edna Saifuku was 15 when she saw the towers with guards bearing machine guns at the Honouliuli Internment Camp in Kunia, where she and her siblings visited their father, Sam Nishimura.
A passenger aboard a Hawaiian Airlines flight from New York assaulted a flight attendant Tuesday and bit one of two Federal Air Marshal Service deputies who restrained him, according to an FBI affidavit.
Isle soda drinkers will not have to worry about paying a penalty this year to get their jolt of sugar. State senators have chosen not to advance a soda fee of 1 cent per ounce that would have brought in about $37 million a year to counter obesity.
The California company known as SpaceX was set to launch its unmanned Falcon rocket this morning, hoisting a Dragon capsule containing more than a ton of food, tools, computer hardware and science experiments.
The operator of the city's Waimanalo Gulch Sanitary Landfill has spent $1.5 million to design and construct a gas collection and control system to rectify alleged violations of the U.S. Clean Air Act that were resolved by a federal consent decree.
A bill that would force the Hawaii Labor Relations Board to issue timely decisions on cases was passed by the House Finance Committee on Wednesday, much to the satisfaction of the teachers union.
A camouflage-painted ship that the Navy considers to be one of the new "backbones of the fleet" will stop in Hawaii on its inaugural deployment to Singapore and will play a prominent role in the U.S. military's Pacific "pivot."
A House committee has revived a proposal to strip the University of Hawaii of procurement oversight of its construction projects as a prominent engineer has expanded on allegations of blatant mismanagement.
State Rep. Faye Hanohano apologized Thursday and accepted full responsibility for racial and ethnic remarks she made earlier this week after being disappointed with artwork installed in her state Capitol office.
Q: Why did the state decide to allow only two or more people in a car to use the ZipperLane? • Q: Do you know of anyone offering free shredding of personal documents and papers? If so, where and when? • Mahalo: To HPD for enforcing proper HOV lane usage
Rainbows are both beautiful and rare, but we see more than our fair share of them in Hawaii because our mountains and tradewinds combine to produce rain on the slopes of the mountains.
Liquor chief quits law over violations • Isle airman booked in Utah on sex crimes
Ala Moana swimmer dies • Man, 71, dies in South Kona hit-and-run • Ocean search for Kilauea man to continue
SANTA CRUZ, Calif. » A man who allegedly shot and killed two police detectives investigating a sexual assault complaint in Santa Cruz, Calif., on Tuesday was accused of raping two women in Hawaii about six years ago, his former defense lawyer said.
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The state Senate honored Friday three members of the Tuskegee Airmen, the celebrated group of African-American combat pilots who fought in World War II.
Linguists say they have determined that a unique sign language, possibly dating back to the 1800s or before, is being used in Hawaii, marking the first time in 80 years a previously unknown language — spoken or signed — has been documented in the U.S.
Hawaii-born dancer Cole Horibe has been tapped to star in the lead role of Bruce Lee in Tony-winning David Henry Hwang’s new production titled “Kung Fu,” according to the dancer’s mother, Wanda Horibe, who lives on Oahu.