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State sheriff's deputies were called to Tuesday's Board of Education meeting following a feisty exchange between activist Mitch Kahle and board Chairman Don Horner.
A state-funded study to look at tiger shark movements around Maui is scheduled to begin next month in the wake of an alarming jump in shark attacks and the life-threatening injury of a visitor from Germany last week.
The draft of a gay marriage bill contains a more muscular religious exemption than the state's civil unions law, recognizing that the clergy and others have a constitutional right to refuse to perform gay marriages.
I live in Wahiawa, and on my daily walk I pass the state Department of Transportation’s base yard on California Avenue, across from Kaala Elementary School. It was an old place but rebuilt about two years ago. Everything is brand new but never been occupied. It’s a joke.
Gov. Neil Abercrombie's surprising 50,000-vote victory in 2010 over the better-funded and heavily endorsed Mufi Hannemann boiled down to a simple political dynamic.
Proposed change in flood map to be aired • Sheriff's deputy nabbed in case of felony abuse • Barking Sands Missile Range has new chief
Crash victim identified as Marine sergeant • Inmate brought back after Waiawa escape • Drowning ruled as man's cause of death
Friends and family members are mourning a 21-year-old Kalaheo man who was fatally shot by Kauai police after the man allegedly pointed a shotgun at them.
State House Democrats are meeting this week to determine whether there is enough support among members to approve a gay marriage proposal.
A former teacher at an Oahu private school pleaded not guilty Monday to sexually assaulting a 15-year-old student on two occasions this summer.
A 72-year-old Hawaii skier suffered two broken legs, then survived a night in the frigid mountains of New Zealand by fighting to stay awake and exercising his arms to avoid hypothermia, a New Zealand newspaper reports.