Work on the H-1 freeway will close some but not all Koko Head-bound lanes overnight from near Likelike Highway to Ward Avenue, state transportation officials said Friday.
Esther Kia‘aina, who combines Capitol Hill experience with personal knowledge of Pacific island issues, was confirmed unanimously by the U.S. Senate on a voice vote Thursday as assistant secretary of insular affairs at the Department of the Interior.
Claude Horan, an artist who is considered "the father of ceramics" in Hawaii as well as a renowned waterman, died June 11 at his home in Kahaluu. Horan left a legacy of artistic creation and education as well as a reputation as a larger-than-life personality with a fun-loving, nonconformist attitude.
Marine sergeant accused of stabbing wife • Kalihi burglary suspect caught in shower
Two members of the University of Hawaii Board of Regents have resigned after state lawmakers unanimously passed a bill requiring public financial disclosures from people serving on more than a dozen state boards and commissions.
ホノルル市当局は、今週金曜日（7月4日）のアメリカ独立記念日の前日、7月3日（木）に、オアフ島のアラモアナ・ビーチパークで、夜間特別開放を実施すると発表した。 今回の夜間特別開園は、7月4日（金）のアメリカ独立記念日に、住民が公園内で、ピクニックやバーベキュー、花火観賞などを楽しむための場所の確保ができるようにとの配慮で行われるもので、各グループ、1つの天蓋と2名までが公園内で待機することができる。 なお、テントや自前の花火、アルコール飲料、ペットなどの持込は禁止されてるほか、公園に併設している駐車場は3日の22時に閉鎖され、翌朝4時に開放される。
Carbon monoxide gas poisoned soldier • Tradewinds will take the weekend off • Pharmacy dean to leave post • Mayor restricts communication
Hawaii's Board of Land and Natural Resources has approved a sublease for a $1.3 billion telescope that would be one of the world's largest, but the approval is on hold until the board hears objections in a separate review process.
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Kara Faleafine was troubled after receiving a notice in the mail saying the state was canceling the health insurance coverage she had for her two young girls at the end of June.
Two pedestrians were fatally struck by motor vehicles Thursday in separate incidents while crossing major streets in crosswalks without traffic lights.
Federal authorities charged a former police officer with extorting hostess bar owners and selling stolen vehicles while employed by the Honolulu Police Department.
The Campaign Spending Commission is reviewing recently released email correspondence of Pacific Resource Partnership's 2012 campaign against mayoral hopeful Ben Cayetano to determine whether the group committed any violations that could warrant further investigation, the state agency's attorney said Thursday.
Top officials in Mayor Kirk Caldwell's administration say they worry that two bills that would prohibit lying and sitting on all Oahu sidewalks and ban defecating and urinating in public areas might not pass constitutional muster.
Reynolds Recycling is scheduled to reopen its redemption centers Friday after receiving a $707,514.20 check from the state Department of Health on Thursday.
Aloha Stadium's current 50,000 seating capacity would decrease by 30 percent to 40 percent if the recommendation of a consultant hired to study the facility's future is adopted.
One of the fiercest critics of the effort to create a new federal relationship with a future Native Hawaiian government offered a gift of lei to the government officials who have been blasted in public hearings this week.
A federal judge sentenced a 74-year-old Kailua man to four years and four months in prison Thursday for possessing hundreds of videos and images of child pornography on his computer.