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Question: From Haleiwa to Pupukea, three bus shelters were knocked down in different car accidents six to seven months ago, and none has been replaced. There are no benches and no overhead shelter to protect people from the sun.
Medical examiner's office has new chief • Drug convict opts for prison over probation
Stabbed man injured, suspect arrested • Boy critically injured in dirt bike crash • Robbers wield weapons, witnesses say
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WASHINGTON » Just days before the Obama administration's self-imposed deadline to fix the troubled federal health insurance website, officials said Monday that they were aware of another problem that has prevented thousands of people who were unable to verify their identity from shopping for health plans.
CHELSEA, Mich. » Kristi and Michael Burns have a lot in common. They love crossword puzzles, football, going to museums and reading five or six books at a time.
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Rail construction will close Farrington Highway between Kualakai Parkway and Old Fort Weaver Road in both directions through April, meaning motorists who rely on that West Oahu stretch will need to use alternative routes and allow extra time in their commutes. The closure will start at 10 p.m. Monday, according to the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation, which is overseeing the project.
The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, which covers more than 19 million acres of pristine land in northeastern Alaska, has long been a symbol of the tug between conservation and commerce.
Castle Junction. Castle High School. Castle Medical Center. The Castle family that integrally transformed Kailua from an agrarian outpost to a residential community over the past century has left lasting reminders of its work.
After years of falling enrollment, low test scores and an unfavorable reputation, a turnaround may be underway at Kaimuki High School.
Collectors, curiosity-seekers and even the mayor swarmed a mansion in Kahala to buy leftover "personal effects" of Japanese billionaire Genshiro Kawamoto at a daylong auction Saturday.
The internationally renowned architectural firm Pei Cobb Freed & Partners of New York City has been selected along with Honolulu-based Clifford Planning & Architecture to design the Daniel K. Inouye library at the University of Hawaii.
Later this week, Thanksgiving and Hanukkah, or Chanukah, are converging for the first time since 1888. And in the spirit of giving, organizers of this year's Hanukkah celebration at the Chabad Jewish Center plan to build a 5- to 7-foot menorah out of donated canned goods.
Straight people no longer have exclusive domain on paying alimony in Hawaii and the hammer-wielding comic book avenger Thor has a local wannabe as we "flASHback" on November news that amused and confused:
The astronomical story that is drawing the most attention this fall is Comet ISON. Comet ISON (official label: C/2012 S1) was discovered on Sept. 21, 2012, when it glowed at a feeble magnitude 18.
Moped crash sends driver to hospital • Burglary suspect is stalled, then arrested • Man pinned between cars is seriously hurt • Driver of truck that fell off cliff is identified • Keauhou harbor repairs aided by Oahu troops
Licenses and IDs can now fit longer names • Citizens Police Academy applicants sought • Trades council backs Martin's re-election
Having a feisty 6-year-old stepdaughter with asthma involves constant worry over her health and paying medical bills, but Jeremy Fortunato treasures the experience. "It's my 24-hour-a-day worry, to make sure she's all right," he said.