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A 65-year-old man fatally shot Sunday, allegedly by his 18-year-old relative, was a former New Zealand police detective sergeant romantically linked in the past to two Tongan princesses.
Motorists heading into Kailua town from Honolulu should brace for at least a week of delays and lane closures at the Windward community's mauka entrance as crews work to repair a broken sewer pipe, officials said.
State Rep. K. Mark Takai led all Democrats in fundraising for the most recent quarter in the race for the 1st Congressional District, but state Sen. Donna Mercado Kim has the lead in cash on hand for the stretch run of the campaign.
U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz and U.S. Rep. Colleen Hanabusa waded through Social Security, Medicare and other issues important to seniors Tuesday night in a mostly tame Democratic primary debate that had a few barbed edges.
Gov. Neil Abercrombie, caught up in an unexpectedly difficult Democratic primary against underdog state Sen. David Ige, has revived a populist image from his early days in Hawaii politics: the yellow Checker cab.
A not-so-simple mule has so far been one of the stars of the show at Rim of the Pacific war games. The Legged Squad Support System, also known as the LS3 and the robotic mule, was one of 16 technologies incorporated into the just-ended Marine Corps Advanced Warfighting Experiment on Oahu and Kauai.
Honolulu paramedics will get pay raises, and the city will save more than $1 million in overtime, according to a tentative agreement that better controls schedules for the city's more than 200 paramedics.
Ko Olina Resort & Marina may soon be adding another new hotel, and it could carry the Four Seasons name. An executive with Canadian-based Four Seasons Hotel & Resorts recently registered a new business in Hawaii named FS Ko Olina Inc.
Question: With hurricane season underway, the TV news channels have run several specials on preparedness, reminding us to stock up on essentials.
Hawaii isle driver dies of crash injuries • Victim of fatal motorcycle collision ID'd • Man will be tried in machete attack
Resort owner sues to block dairy farm • Female visitor from Texas drowns off Maui
A veteran registered nurse in need of back surgery said Honolulu paramedics did not follow common sense for her injuries when they allegedly sat her upright in her husband's truck and had him drive to the hospital on his own.
Former U.S. Rep. Charles Djou, bidding to return to the job he held for seven months in 2010, announced Mondayhis campaign has raised $435,000 since launching his campaign in early April.
Addressing staff shortages and safety are among the top priorities for the new administrator of the Hawaii State Hospital, the state's predominant mental institution.
Three state hospital administrators will testify before a state Senate investigative committee Wednesday in connection with allegations of workplace hazards and administrative misconduct.
Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam will lose 238 positions in a move announced Monday by the Air Force to cut costs and eliminate nearly 3,500 positions worldwide over the next five years.
A state judge says self-incriminating statements made by a former Sacred Hearts Academy teacher accused of sexually assaulting one of his students cannot be used against him in trial.
The ex-boyfriend of a pregnant Maui woman missing for five months was scheduled to be in Maui Circuit Court on Tuesday morning to face a second-degree murder charge.
A Circuit Court judge cut the $1 million bail for an Air Force sergeant accused of attempted murder and released him to his parents' supervision following his re-indictment for the alleged shooting of two men outside a Pearl City strip club in 2011.