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Driver is arrested in collision that killed 3 • Apartment fire does $100,000 in damage
City Councilwoman Carol Fukunaga is pressing the administration to install public restrooms downtown and in Chinatown, saying businesses, residents and visitors are growing frustrated at more homeless people using the area as their toilet.
Pearl Harbor will be getting a fourth new Virginia-class attack submarine this summer, bringing a crew of more than 130 and a $10 million payroll to Hawaii, U.S. Rep. Colleen Hanabusa said Monday.
Halawa Correctional Facility guard James "Kimo" Sanders III pleaded not guilty Monday to charges related to smuggling methamphetamine into the prison and bribery.
A 39-year-old Ewa Beach man Monday pleaded not guilty to charges stemming from a head-on collision that occurred 14 months ago while he was allegedly driving the wrong way on the H-2 freeway.
The 680-acre Palmyra Atoll, comprising about 50 isolated islets halfway between Hawaii and American Samoa, is best known as the site where a San Diego yachting couple met with foul play in the 1970s, a real-life murder mystery recounted in "And the Sea Will Tell," a best-selling book and TV miniseries.
A Honolulu District Court judge delayed trial again for a police officer charged with driving under the influence of an intoxicant after a motor vehicle crash in Waikiki.
LIHUE » A retired car dealer's medical ailment is delaying his sentencing for a Kauai dam breach that swept seven people to their deaths in 2006. James Pflueger told the Garden Island newspaper a leg condition is preventing him from traveling from Honolulu to Kauai for the sentencing, which was scheduled for next week.
CAIRO >> One is setting a standard for dialogue and democracy that is the envy of the Arab world. The other has become a study in the risks of revolution, on a violent path that seems to lead only in circles.
WASHINGTON >> Edward J. Snowden, the former National Security Agency contractor whose leaks of secret documents set off a national and global debate about government spying, is joining the board of a nonprofit organization co-founded by Daniel Ellsberg, the well-known leaker of the Pentagon Papers during the Vietnam War.
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The brother of state Health Director Loretta Fuddy said his sister had no heart problems or pre-existing conditions that would have contributed to her death following a December plane crash off Molokai.
There's no accounting for chemistry. How else might we explain the fact that the charming Chihuahua-terrier soon to be known as Bingo had been twice returned to the Hawaiian Humane Society before prospective pop No. 3 Jorge Molestina walked in the door.
Question: When will they complete the roadwork on Waialae Avenue? It seems like they tear it up more than they repair it, and now it's like driving across a lava field complete with skylights (potholes) that swallow your wheels and throw your car out of alignment — and worse.
Names of House finalists disclosed • Pair injured as blaze in Hilo destroys home • Jury convicts Kauai man, 29, of meth crimes
Waipahu man identified in fatal stabbing • Suspect sought in attempted bank robbery • Kayaker who died was Ewa Beach man
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The human remains of a Native Hawaiian man and woman are being returned to Hawaii after they were taken by a U.S. Air Force airman to his Texas home more than 50 years ago.
Scientists are using GPS devices to track highly endangered leatherback turtles in the Pacific to determine where and when they face the largest risk of being caught and killed by longline fishing boats.
An annual count of the homeless in Hawaii, which will get underway next week, is part of a national snapshot taken on a single night to track the problem and target where resources are needed.