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Is it true that burglaries of homes being tented for termites are on the rise? We’ve heard about sophisticated groups of burglars equipped with high-tech gas masks hitting tented homes recently. We are planning to have our house tented and worry about security. My husband thinks he has to sleep in his car next to the house to make sure it is safe.
Whatever happened in the Amber Jackson murder investigation after her body was found in a remote, wooded area on Kauai three years ago?
Truck hits and kills woman in driveway • Brush fires flare in Wahiawa, Hawaii Kai • Man nearly drowns in Kailua home pool
Ice discovery puts couple in Hilo cellblock • Maintenance will cut water in Kahului
A $5 million project to dredge Hawaii Kai Marina is being delayed because of concerns from the other end of the island, where Waianae residents complain it's another example of using one of the state's poorest communities as a dumping ground.
The Kauai County Board of Ethics has decided that an appointed county official can represent the company he works for before the County Council.
FLORENCE, S.C. » Brenda B. Culick has two stents in her heart and a severe wound in her right leg, injured while she was doing home repairs six months ago. But she cannot afford to see a cardiologist or go to a wound care center.
LONDON » Wilfred Owen, the British soldier-poet, wrote in his best-known work, "Dulce et Decorum Est," an effort to depict the horrors of chemical warfare, "If you could hear, at every jolt, the blood/Come gargling from the froth-corrupted lungs."
The allegedly wrong-way driver in a fatal head-on collision on the H-2 freeway nearly two years ago pleaded not guilty to negligent homicide Tuesday in state court.
University of Hawaii researcher Angel Yanagihara's painful encounter with box jellyfish 16 years ago during a swim off Oahu ultimately led to a journey this week with Diana Nyad during the renowned swimmer's historic trek across the Florida Strait.
The federal government plans to have administrative rules in place by April to help clarify its oversight role of the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act, a top Obama administration official said Tuesday.
There was no permit to dispose of the dredging material spilled on a key section of the westbound side of the H-1 freeway in Aiea on Saturday afternoon, causing a four-hour traffic jam, city officials said Tuesday.
A party host can be held liable for serving alcoholic drinks to a minor who dies from alcohol poisoning, the Hawaii Supreme Court ruled Tuesday in announcing a new rule of law for Hawaii.
After a heat wave led schools in the Midwest to shut down last week, teachers and students in Hawaii are renewing their call for air conditioning the state's public schools, gearing up for a rally on Sept. 26.
Why is it taking so long to complete the roadwork on Waialae Avenue in Kaimuki? The blocks between 14th and 16th avenues have been under repair for many months and appear to be stalled.
Help sought in 1973 murder case • Surfer is found unconscious off Waikiki • Couple's argument leads to man's arrest • House fire deals $90,000 damage • 2 arrested after fight on Big Isle
Woman charged over gun threat
Democrats in the state House plan to meet with Gov. Neil Abercrombie and the attorney general today to discuss a draft of gay marriage legislation as Abercrombie considers whether to call a special session on the issue.