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The state Department of Human Services is investigating the alleged theft of hundreds of thousands of dollars from a Leeward Oahu homeless shelter.
After falling and injuring his head at 5:30 a.m. Saturday, Eric Pierce was taken to the Queen's Medical Center in critical condition. The city Emergency Medical Service Department said Pierce, who was not wearing a helmet, was skateboarding down a steep hill at Makamae Street near Lilipuna Road when he fell.
A state judge declared a 25-year-old Nanakuli man not guilty by reason of insanity Tuesday for beating and attempting to gouge an eye of one friend and trying to set on fire another friend with vodka.
Castle & Cooke Hawaii’s 3,500-house Koa Ridge project will either bring much-needed homes and jobs, or unmitigated traffic and the elimination of valuable agricultural land.
Question: There are multiple lines all over the H-1 freeway, heading in both directions between Kahala and the Kapiolani Boulevard exit. It is so confusing, even to this longtime resident, because one doesn't know where the lane markers are. What gives? I feel sorry for any tourist trying to find a way to Waikiki.
Floods, snow and surf possible for isles • Bridge called safe despite widening crack • Session to have tight security • Tangled whale sought off Maui
Motorist dies after truck flips over • Hawaii isle burglary suspect still at large
The aircraft carrier USS George Washington and other Navy ships were ordered by the Pentagon on Monday to make "best speed" for the typhoon-battered Philippines. The Japanese-based aircraft carrier, which carries 5,000 sailors and more than 80 aircraft, is in Hong Kong for a port visit.
In the past three years, the total number of homeless residents in Hawaii seeking help from publicly funded services has dropped slightly, indicating modest gains in the effort to curb homelessness across the state, a report released today shows.
International students contributed $108.5 million to Hawaii's economy in tuition and living expenses in the 2012-13 academic year, an institute reported Monday.
Army veteran Emery Clough, a truck driver in Vietnam in 1966-67, thought about the guys that didn't come back. One was a replacement with his unit only about a week. Another was lost in an ambush. They were probably 19 or 20.
The Waimanalo property was leased from the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands for stabling horses. But the tenants also used it for auto repairs and other unauthorized purposes, including boat and truck storage and as an industrial base yard, according to DHHL records.