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Question: Every major shopping mall on Oahu (Ala Moana, Kahala Mall, Pearlridge) has charging stations for electric cars except Windward Mall. I have asked Windward Mall for the past 11⁄2 years when they will put in charging stations.
Judiciary warns of callers seeking Social Security numbers • Earthquakes hit below Kilauea • Officials close beach at night
Lifeguards give swimmer CPR • Moped rider injured in crash
Former Tropical Storm Gil drenched parts of Oahu on Friday night and Saturday, but began dissipating Saturday afternoon and was expected to leave the islands today, bringing drier conditions.
Soon after the 10th anniversary of the foundation bearing his name, Bill Clinton met with a small group of aides and two lawyers from Simpson Thacher & Bartlett.
HILO » A Hilo man has spent a year trying to do something about a fast-growing, invasive tree that looms over his home.
Jonathan Sager was an idealistic 22-year-old recent college graduate when he arrived in Hawaii in 2006, yearning to make a difference in the lives of children in hardscrabble neighborhoods like those on the Waianae Coast.
Dragon Garden Bonsai spokesman Bobby Liew said the bonsai trees were taken from a fenced display area of the farm — six of them between the evening of July 23 and early morning of July 24, and the other six on the morning of July 28.
Oahu Democrats on Saturday moved to temper an intraparty fight over traditional marriage and focus on persuading Gov. Neil Abercrombie and the state Legislature to return in special session to consider marriage equality.
A new study by a University of Hawaii oceanographer is offering a sobering reconsideration of the long-term impacts of burning fossil fuel.
Maui resident Lance Collins remembers more than 20 years ago swimming as a youth in waters off the old airport beach in north Kaanapali before the reef began to change for the worse.
In a San Francisco courtroom Thursday, the decades-long push to create a public rail system on Oahu will face what could be its last major legal showdown.
Less than six months after U.S. Sen. Daniel K. Inouye died, the University of Hawaii began the process to select a design consultant for a multimillion-dollar facility to house the congressional papers of one of the most significant figures in Hawaii's modern political era.
We go lurching from fowl to fowl as we plant tongue in cheek and "flASHback" on the week's news that amused and confused:
Suspect in officer's H-1 death is arrested • 3 men found safe after boat capsizes • 4 people hurt in spate of moped crashes •
Each Sunday, the Star-Advertiser publishes Oahu vital statistics for marriage licenses, civil unions and birth certificates filed with the state Department of Health's Vital Statistics System. The statistics cover the five-business-day period ending the Thursday of the previous week. The dates listed do not necessarily reflect the actual marriage, civil union or birth date, just when the information was filed. Marriage and civil union announcements do not represent all those filed, only those who consented to the release of the information.
$5M grant will help train first responders • Undercover officers detail gaming devices at Hilo arcade
A former Sacred Hearts Academy teacher and sailing coach is facing seven counts of sexual assault for an alleged incident involving a 15-year-old student.
Hawaii's economy is strong enough to absorb the automatic federal spending cuts from sequestration, economists said Friday, but people who depend on nonprofit social-service programs and businesses that rely on civilian defense workers could be exposed.