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For the first time in seven years, Chinese navy ships will pull into Pearl Harbor next month in conjunction with a search and rescue exercise that is part of a growing number of military-to-military exchanges.
Waimanalo community members are uniting to create a cooperative market and hope to lease as a storefront the old Mel's Market site along Kalanianaole Highway.
Public schools will need an additional $34 million next year to help meet increasing demands with new teacher evaluations, tougher curriculum and other initiatives, according to a committee that analyzes the per-pupil funding Hawaii schools receive.
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HOUSTON » Tyler Dowdy just started his third year of teaching at YES Prep West, a charter school here. He figures now is a good time to explore his next step, including applying for a supervisory position at the school.
CHANGSHA, China » China is slowing down, but the buildings keep going up — until now. China is home to 60 of the world's 100 tallest buildings now under construction. But the skyward aspirations of Changsha, the capital of Hunan province, have inspired incredulity tinged with hostility.
Visitors to Panaewa Rainforest Zoo and Gardens near Hilo are craning their necks for a glimpse at a new arrival.
It is one of the most common components of emergency medicine: an intravenous bag of sterile saltwater. Luckily for anyone who has ever needed an IV bag to replenish lost fluids or to receive medication, it is also one of the least expensive.
Resigned to the political reality that gay marriage might soon become state law, several state lawmakers who are uncomfortable with gay marriage are calling for a broader exemption for churches that do not want religious facilities used for gay weddings.
The proposed University of Hawaii center that will house the late U.S. Sen. Daniel Inouye's congressional papers is projected to come with a hefty price tag. The estimated cost already has reached $25 million, up as much as 56 percent since June, according to UH documents.
An 18-year-old man who met two 17-year-old girls at Youth Challenge is accused of prostituting at least one of them and advertising her services online.
High-profile attention put on jurors of national criminal trials could be weighing on a Hawaii jury that's deciding whether a federal agent is guilty of murder, legal experts say.
The commitments were soft and the words were hard as we plant tongue in cheek and "flASHback" on the week's news that amused and confused:
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.
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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.