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Baby flown to Oahu for hospital care • Part of road to be closed for culvert fix
The mistrial in one of Hawaii's most high-profile court cases in recent years surprised few attorneys who had been following the case, mainly because jurors in the Christopher Deedy murder trial had to make an all-or-nothing decision.
Today Cathy Aoki and employees at Aoki's Shave Ice will throw a final block of ice on the machine, scoop powdery stuff into one more finely shaped cone, and pour on their last Hawaiian Delight Mix (pineapple, coconut and banana syrups).
The first traditional Hawaiian dry-stacked stone marker or ahu used to designate an ahupuaa (land division) in an ongoing project, erected July 27 at Castle Junction, was destroyed Saturday afternoon.
The Marine Corps’ distinctive MV-22 Osprey tilt-rotor aircraft will make its first appearance Wednesday over Hawaii as the USS Boxer Amphibious Ready Group heads through the region on a deployment to the Western Pacific and Middle East, officials said.
TheBus riders of the Liliha-Waikiki-University route are once again seeing the arrival of buses every 15 minutes under a restoration of service that took effect Sunday.
University of Hawaii student Brenda Whitmarsh worries about tuition for her first semester at the Manoa campus.
Calls for and against a special session to consider a bill on gay marriage are increasing as lawmakers and Gov. Neil Abercrombie continue internal debate on whether to return before the regular session in January.
A mistrial was declared Monday after a Circuit Court jury could not reach a verdict on whether State Department special agent Christopher Deedy should be convicted or acquitted of second-degree murder for a 2011 shooting in Waikiki.
There were no celestial trumpets blaring, no angels descending, when Markus Osterlund picked up the French horn for the first time six years ago.
The state Department of Transportation no longer is charging electric vehicle owners for parking longer than 24 hours at a time at Honolulu Airport.
Unless a handful of wavering Democrats change their minds, the Republican-controlled Missouri legislature is expected to enact a statute next month nullifying all federal gun laws in the state and making it a crime for federal agents to enforce them here. A Missourian arrested under federal firearm statutes would even be able to sue the arresting officer.
Eight months ago, Congress ordered the Obama administration to eliminate a stark example of federal government waste: more than $500 million a year in excessive drug payments being sent to dialysis clinics nationwide.
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Ring bell to commemorate King’s ‘Dream’ • UH students offered free ride on game day • Drug charges brought against 3 on Big Island
Man nearly drowns at Magic Island • Two men sought in theft of moped • Maui toddler injured in fall from window
Each year, hundreds of thousands of tourists and island residents dart across the highway at Laniakea Beach to marvel at the sea turtles that swim ashore there — a chaotic scene that often imperils pedestrians and grinds North Shore traffic to a halt.
With the proliferation of surveillance and cellphone cameras, more Hawaii juries could end up watching videos like the one in federal agent Christopher Deedy's murder trial, legal experts say.
A Navy judge at Pearl Harbor who found that a comment by President Barack Obama about sexual assaults in the military could illegally influence two trials is being given the chance to reconsider his decision after the secretary of defense issued a memorandum on the matter.