Legislators grill hospital chief • UH college set to honor pair • Obstacles delay Big Isle's reuse of waste water; and more
Man killed in fall from truck identified • Boy injured at bicycle motocross track • Suspect charged with threatening, abuse
U.S. Assistant Housing Secretary Mark Johnston applauded Mayor Kirk Caldwell's $22 million Housing First plan, calling it a major commitment to provide permanent shelter for those in need.
Nine-year-old Dante Ladines clambered into the mobile dentist chair set up in the multipurpose room at Kalihi Elementary School, put on a pair of sunglasses under the bright light and opened his mouth.
The Army's presence in the Pacific has grown to 106,000 active-duty soldiers from about 90,000, a nearly 18 percent increase, as the service re-balances in the region while planning drastic cuts elsewhere, officials said.
A fire ripped through the roof and walls of a rented single-family home in the Enchanted Lake area Tuesday.
A second defense medical expert gave jurors in the capital murder trial of former Schofield Barracks soldier Naeem Williams yet another theory of how Williams' 5-year-old daughter, Talia, died.
The state House on Tuesday approved a minimum wage increase, and there were new signs that the state Senate might accept the House draft rather than force conference committee negotiations that could endanger a pay raise for low-income workers.
Federal housing officials have renewed $10.7 million in grants for 38 Hawaii homeless housing and service programs through the Department of Housing and Urban Development's Continuum of Care Program.
Renowned kumu hula Leilani Alama died Friday at St. Francis Hospice in Ewa, surrounded by family and friends.
Question: Now that work is done on the Ala Wai Canal, I see more people fishing, etc., I wonder about the water's quality. Is it safe to eat the fish or to go in the canal?