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When Damien Memorial School senior Ethan Dayton steps to the dais May 26 to deliver his valedictory address, he'll do so with the wisdom of a young man who has not only reached a worthy academic milestone, but one who has seen his way through a personal journey of grief, love and self-discovery.
Flammable fluid allegedly used in attack • Truck fire closes parts of Maui highway • Man arrested in threat, injury to siblings
Founder of data firm joins mayor's team • Fire causes loss of power in Haiku area • Electronic waste recycling events on tap for Kauai; and more
Connielen Bernisto Ballocanag • Eva Barglsky • Gilbert P. Benevides Sr.; and more
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After winning the World Fireknife Championship last year — Tahiti's first victory — Joseph Cadousteau held onto his title at the 21st annual championship Saturday at the Polynesian Cultural Center.
Youth in Hawaii should have a better chance of getting the help they need with the launch of an online database of youth services that is easily searched by counselors, court officers, parents and the kids themselves.
Crystal Brown, 21, wishes that she had something like Project Kealahou when she was growing up. She was born while her mother was in prison and raised by her grandmother, who died when she was 9.
The federal government more than 90 years ago gave Hawaii the responsibility to administer a newly created trust designed to provide homestead lots for eligible Native Hawaiians.
Oahu was under a flash flood warning for much of Sunday as moderate to heavy downpours caused Waikane and Waiahole streams to rise. During the warning period, radar showed locally heavy rain over the Koolaus falling at a rate of 1 inch or more per hour.
Deferred compensation and other benefits lift the pay packages for University of Hawaii President M.R.C. Greenwood and UH-Manoa Chancellor Tom Apple past the half-million-dollar mark.
Coming off a turbulent year, the University of Hawaii Board of Regents is preparing to select the next UH president, and observers say the board must take a new tack if it wants to avoid more angst.
As she prepares to end her tenure as the University of Hawaii's 14th president, M.R.C. Greenwood said she is still trying to figure out how consequences from a botched Stevie Wonder benefit concert grew into "a full investigation of all the things the university does."
Tambra Jardine stood in line Saturday morning, not just for the chance to get a low-rent home, but also in hopes of returning to a life of normalcy.
NUKU HIVA, Marquesas Islands » I have so many fish under my sailboat, Honu, that I can hear them from inside the cabins. At first the sounds were gentle splashes, but at dawn several loud bangs against the hull sent me flying out of my bunk to see what I hit.
100 apprenticeships available at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard • Kauai woman's disappearance sparks search • Pair convicted of conspiracy to deal ice'
Man injured while surfing at Ala Moana • Traffic stop results in car theft, drug arrest • Salt Lake man accused of property damage
Mauney, 42, lives in an apartment tower in this city's Uptown neighborhood, a pedestrian-friendly quarter with new office buildings, sparkling museums and ambitious restaurants. He so seldom needs to drive that when he does go to retrieve his car in his building's garage, he said, "I always forget where I parked it."
One day this month, a pair of Russian Mi-17 assault helicopters delivered two teams of Afghan commandos, their faces obscured by black masks, in a touch-and-go landing at this camp in a lush valley encircled by frosty peaks about 50 miles from Kabul, Afghanistan.