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Each Sunday, the Star-Advertiser publishes Oahu vital statistics for marriage licenses, civil unions and birth certificates filed with the state Department of Health's Vital Statistics System.
Produce intake linked to lower cancer risk • 5,000 gallons of sewage spills at McCully • Crystal meth discovery leads to pair's arrest; and more
The idea is to come up with a unified visual language that can be used to reach out to Hawaii's homeless and better connect them with helpful services.
Police opened a criminal investigation after a 21-year-old man was shot in Pearl City early Friday morning and asked for the public’s help in locating the suspect.
Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park rangers and a helicopter pilot Friday rescued a 76-year-old Chinese visitor who got lost while hiking.
Armed with three city laws designed to enforce park closure hours, sidewalk nuisances and private belongings left on public property, city officials this week collected 12 bins of personal items and hauled away 7.79 tons of waste picked up at Iwilei and Kalihi.
WASHINGTON » Behind the roiling conversation over whether President Barack Obama might make Janet L. Yellen the first female leader of the Federal Reserve is an uncomfortable reality for the White House: the administration has named no more women to high-level executive branch posts than the Clinton administration did almost two decades ago.
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A Big Island charter school that educates students in the Hawaiian language claims the state Department of Education's recently released rankings unfairly imply the school is failing.
A Hilo man was arraigned Friday on federal wire fraud charges that he obtained more than $1 million from individuals by making false representations in an “advance fee” scheme.
An organization that provides programs in Waiahole Valley for at-risk youth and recovering addicts faces foreclosure after falling behind in payments on an 8-acre property.
Leeward Auto Wreckers was awarded the initial contract about 10 months ago but from the beginning encountered problems, including overcharging customers the first few months. The city and the company recently agreed to terminate the contract once a new one is signed.
Kapiolani Community College is best known for training top-notch chefs such as Alan Wong, but the school on the slopes of Diamond Head is quietly making its mark in another field.
Three projects protecting endangered and threatened species in Hawaii are each receiving about $250,000 from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Bill alters Kauai land tax cap, exemptions • Hawaii police are highest paid • Man charged for firing gun
House hit with incendiary items • 2 men arrested after fight • Chinese visitor nearly drowns • Police sweep nets 36 suspects
A Circuit Court jury will return Monday to resume deliberations in State Department special agent Christopher Deedy’s murder case after spending four full days this week trying to reach a verdict.
State Rep. Denny Coffman, who had urged House leaders against quickly moving a gay marriage bill in special session, said Thursday that he now favors a special session.