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Patricia Lorenzo, 49, associate professor of cancer biology at the University of Hawaii Cancer Center, has been fighting the deadly disease since she was diagnosed in April 2012.
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WAYNESBURG, Pa. >> From his bar-side perch at Hot Rod's House of Barbeque here, 57-year-old Wolf Tripp argued that President George W. Bush had ample cause a decade ago to dispatch troops and armor into Iraq to topple Saddam Hussein.
LA PUSH, Wash. >> Thrusting out into the Pacific Ocean, Olympic National Park can feel like a lost world, with its ferny rain forests, violent surf and cloud-shrouded peaks.
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Surveys of the undersea canyons around Hawaii show high levels of biodiversity among small invertebrates in seafloor sediments, making the canyons the equivalent of oases in the desert, Hawaii scientists report.
On Sept. 2, 1945, peace was restored as World War II came to an end with Japan’s surrender on the decks of the battleship USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay.
Historians would like to solve one of the remaining mysteries of the Pearl Harbor attack: What happened to the approximately 29 Japanese airmen and four sailors still missing in action?
City Councilman Ron Menor is calling for a management and performance audit of the beleaguered Honolulu Board of Water Supply.
Global warming’s effect on rainfall distribution so far has been limited by an unexpected source: airborne pollutants, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Hawaii’s International Pacific Research Center and the Scripps Institution of Oceanography.
Researchers working on a government-funded project said they've figured out a more accurate method to analyze animal movements in the ocean, including fish migration.
Starting in the fiscal year that begins in July, the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands will receive the last of the $30 million in payments the state has made annually for the past 19 years.
Listening to Jimmy Ulualoha “Ulu Boy” Napeahi from his Hilo hospital bed, where he was recovering from 30 wounds from 13 shark bites with more than 180 stitches holding him together, it’s easy to forget he’s a teen.
Has anybody else asked recently about not getting their state tax refund check? It has been four months since I filed my state income tax. I have a refund coming. I checked with my accountant and she said that the state is very slow in processing claims.
8 state parks change to shorter fall hours • Conserve water, residents asked • Antenna urged for sea rescues
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Anchor Produce Market sells homemade mozzarella, its own fresh salsa and what many regulars swear is the best sweet corn on Long Beach Island.
Not even a month ago, President Barack Obama canceled a planned summit meeting with President Vladimir V. Putin, citing Russia's decision to grant asylum to Edward J. Snowden as evidence of a broader deterioration of relations. "We weren't going to have a summit for the sake of appearances," the president's deputy national security adviser, Benjamin J. Rhodes, said then.
A musician who admitted smuggling marijuana inside drums on a flight from San Francisco to Honolulu was sentenced Tuesday to three months in federal detention and three months of home confinement.
A Hawaii man was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison without the possibility of parole for the murder of the colorful owner of an Orange County strip club in 1987.