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The Honolulu Marathon, which will be run for the 41st year on Sunday, is on pace to bolster the state's $15 billion visitor industry during the seasonal lull right before the winter holidays.
The Army is reporting an "alarming increase" in drunken driving by soldiers in Hawaii as the military continues to struggle with the consequences of war and a return to "garrison" life.
An 84-year-old Kalihi man awaiting trial in the stabbing death of his sister-in-law days before Christmas three years ago had his case dismissed on a technicality Wednesday but was rearrested soon after at Circuit Court.
Question: As part of the Ala Moana beautification project, all electrical and telephone lines and TV cables are supposed to go underground from Kalakaua Avenue to Fort Street. All above-ground systems were to be removed and "new attractive street light fixtures" put in from Ala Wai Bridge to Fort Street.
Suspect wanted in attempted robbery
Scam of minister lands man in prison • Kekaha man gets 20 years for sex assaults • Officer charged with slapping teen daughter • Hanalei man back in jail on theft charges
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The aircraft carrier USS Nimitz pulled into Pearl Harbor on Tuesday after an extended deployment that saw the big ship positioned for support of a possible strike on Syria in September.
Financial disclosure requirements for Hawaii Supreme Court justices rate a grade of D, according to a nonprofit digital news organization.
The Hawaii Supreme Court has upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit contending that the Office of Hawaiian Affairs should spend its trust funds on people with 50 percent or more Hawaiian blood.
Oahu's housing market came oh-so-close to breaking a record last month. The median price for single-family houses sold in November rose to $684,000 -- or $1,000 shy of a peak reached in the red-hot period of June 2007 during the last real estate boom.
Herb Weatherwax cruises the open-air grounds of the Visitor Center at Pearl Harbor on a motorized scooter dubbed "Herb's Hot Rod." When a woman notices his blue-and-white cap embroidered with the words "Pearl Harbor Survivor," he coaxes her over.
The state Supreme Court began considering a claim Thursday by a young Hawaii island mother that she should have been appointed an attorney to represent her before she lost custody of her son.
BEIRUT » The video was undeniably silly: a 20-minute mockumentary about a fictional martial arts school in Dubai, where grandmaster "Saloom Snake" trains combatants to throw sandals, strike with the thin ropes of an Arab headdress and summon help on Twitter for fights that never actually occur.
The call went out on Twitter: "For insane profits come and join the pump." It was an invitation to a penny stock-style pump-and-dump scheme — only this one involved Bitcoin, the soaring, slightly scary virtual currency that has beckoned and bewildered people around the world.
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The 46-year-old man suspected of killing Alexis Gonzales, whose dismembered body was found Sept. 15 off Mililani Memorial Park Road in Waipio, is facing extradition from California to face murder charges in Hawaii.
Honolulu police are looking for an unidentified man they suspect is a serial rapist who has allegedly attacked at least three women in their Honolulu apartments from May to December.
Teachers and police officers are vital representatives of Honolulu's workforce. But can they afford to become homeowners in a planned second phase of Kakaako's first "workforce housing" condominium tower project?