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A Circuit Court jury will resume deliberations this morning after spending all day Monday trying to decide whether State Department special agent Christopher Deedy should be convicted or acquitted of murder.
This past year I have lost friends and my husband. It had not occurred to me until now: Whom do we contact about the death of a voter? Is there an integrated system with, say, the Department of Taxation regarding a person’s death? We voted by mail.
Whether in impoverished areas of Cebu or Nairobi or on the crisply manicured grounds of Chaminade University in Kaimuki, Jerry Richmond understands well the instructive power of her immediate physical and cultural environments.
Firefighters airlift hiker from crater ridge • Boat capsizes; 5 onboard are rescued • Man in serious condition after stabbing
Hagel to stop in isles on his way to Asia • Repairs continue on gas leak at UH • Residents killed in house fire are identified • Road widening to ease traffic is months away
Gov. Neil Abercrombie said Sunday it is "very likely" there will be a special legislative session on gay marriage.
A 17-year-old Kona girl finished a 26-mile swim across the Kaiwi Channel between Molokai and Oahu on Sunday, becoming the youngest known swimmer to complete the physically demanding venture.
A 16-year-old boy surfing at "Dead Trees" on Hawaii island was attacked by a shark Sunday afternoon, county fire officials confirmed.
Sometime this year the Army for the first time may have unfettered use of a $42 million Battle Area Complex for Stryker armored vehicle training at Schofield Barracks, a project that started in 2005.
Several residents living downwind of a 169-year-old Nuuanu cemetery are making a stink about the odors from its old cremation units.
As the first African-Americans to serve as U.S. military pilots, Romaine Goldsborough and his fellow Tuskegee Airmen flew combat missions in service to their country even as they endured racial discrimination from their own government.
With the departure of Associate Justice Simeon Acoba from the Hawaii Supreme Court when he turns 70 next year, the Judicial Selection Commission is seeking applicants for his replacement.
Question: Something needs to be done about the fast-growing Macaranga tanarius (parasol leaf tree) allowed to grow wild along roadways in Manoa and Nuuanu for several years.