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Between 25,000 and 30,000 Hawaii residents whose medical plans were set to be canceled Jan. 1 may be able to continue in their policies for another year.
State Department of Agriculture officials Wednesday released details about a plan to put in place voluntary pesticide-use guidelines on Kauai starting Dec. 1.
The $262 million sale of Oahu real estate assets of Kaneohe Ranch Co. and the Harold K.L. Castle Foundation moved forward Wednesday after one beneficiary settled a legal petition that raised concerns that the deal was being rushed and hadn't been properly vetted.
A Marine charged with murdering a prostitute after they met in Waikiki in May was arraigned Wednesday morning in a Kaneohe Bay military courtroom but reserved the right to enter a plea of guilty or not guilty at a later date.
Hawaii residents with ties to the Philippines and others are joining together to get donations and assistance to the country as soon as possible to aid victims of last week's Typhoon Haiyan, which left a trail of mass destruction.
A public health ad campaign aimed at helping teenagers cut sugary drinks from their diets is working, the state Department of Health says.
An extensive search for a 32-year-old Haleiwa surfer on Wednesday yielded nothing but his large surfboard, which washed ashore at Chun's Reef, broken in two, its leash plug pulled out, authorities said.
The first of up to 3,500 houses for Castle & Cooke Hawaii's Koa Ridge project could be occupied by 2016 with the City Council's 9-0 approval Wednesday of the developer's rezoning plan.
With same-sex marriage legal in Hawaii as of Wednesday, the local wedding industry is gearing up for hundreds of same-sex ceremonies on the islands during the next several years.
Gov. Neil Abercrombie, weaving marriage equality into Hawaii's definition of aloha and religious liberty into the nation's rich tradition of freedom, signed a bill into law on Wednesday granting gay and lesbian couples in the islands the right to marry.
Question: Who is responsible for maintaining Makiki Cemetery at Pensacola Street and Wilder Avenue? Why is it not even minimally cared for? I recently visited two family graves. It has always been a difficult walk through long and narrow aisles between rows of graves on a hillside.