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The public will get an up-close view of how Hawaiian monk seals eat, sleep and swim this weekend as researchers share footage taken by cameras attached to the backs of the animals.
Officials reopened a Maui beach Thursday, a day after a shark bit off the right arm of a German visitor about 50 yards offshore.
The state last week moved to formally approve the presence of hundreds of rescue tube stations that have saved the lives of dozens of people in Kauai waters.
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Casting a nationwide net, the state Department of Land and Natural Resources put out a call Monday for applicants to fill the position of administrator of the troubled State Historic Preservation Division.
Sacred Hearts Academy students heard from school officials Monday regarding a teacher who was fired last week after a 15-year-old girl told police he had sexually assaulted her, the school's leader said.
Hawaiian Electric Co. is warning customers about a phone scam involving the use of fake caller ID and requests for money vouchers.
An attorney for ORI Anuenue Hale Inc. says Mayor Kirk Caldwell and the city "caved in" to the demands of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in coming up with a proposed settlement of HUD demands to return about $8 million used to help construct the embattled Wahiawa nonprofit's Aloha Gardens project.
Former Filipino Chamber of Commerce President Stephen Elmer Callo will spend 15 consecutive weekends at the Federal Detention Center in Honolulu for lying about his income on a loan application to get a $554,501 mortgage on a Makakilo home.
Pearl Harbor is expected to lose all three of its cruisers in coming years but gain four more destroyers and a troop- and equipment-carrying Joint High Speed Vessel similar to the defunct Hawaii Superferry, the chief of naval operations said during a stop here Monday.
Federal and state labor investigators said Monday they found 63 health and safety violations at a refrigerated food warehouse near Honolulu Airport and have cited 10 companies that face a total of $251,330 in proposed fines.
Just 25 years old, Mahe Vakauta of Ewa Beach has never known the benefit of time on his side.
Question: I was looking for street parking on Campbell Avenue near the corner of Monsarrat Avenue and thought I found a spot. However, a sign said, “Trolley Stop.” Is it legal to park at a trolley stop, or is that like a city bus stop, where no parking is permitted?
An 80-year-old man was in critical condition after nearly drowning Monday near Heeia Kea Pier in the Kaneohe area, according to city Emergency Medical Services.