Clarita Ocol enjoyed walking around her Kalihi neighborhood in the morning, when the traffic was light. The 67-year-old was returning from one such outing before sunrise Tuesday when a pickup driver struck her in a wet-from-rain crosswalk on North King Street between Gulick Avenue and Mokauea Street.
Longtime wrestling coach and past coordinator for the state high school wrestling tournament Keith T. Matsumoto is facing a maximum five-year prison term after a state jury found him guilty Tuesday of groping a 14-year-old girl in the Farrington High School gym during a wrestling tournament in 2012.
State lawmakers Tuesday weighed a proposal that would enable thousands of the state's immigrants residing in the country illegally to get Hawaii driver's licenses.
Court hearings involving children who have allegedly been neglected or abused will remain closed to the public after a flood of testimony helped defeat a bill that would have lifted the veil of confidentiality.
The Department of Hawaiian Home Lands is asking the Legislature to create a special exemption to the state's open-records law, making all government documents related to the agency's homestead lessees and applicants confidential if the records include personal information.
不動産写真のコンテストである「Photographer of the Year for Real Estate」で、ハワイ島在住の写真家、イーサン・トゥイーディー氏の作品が、2013年最優秀賞を獲得した。 最優秀賞に選ばれたイーサンさんの作品は、ハワイ島コナのクキオ・リゾートで撮影されたもので、イーサンさんは「不動産関連のサイトやブログなどを参考にするなどし、不動産写真家としての技術向上を目指していました。今回、不動産写真で最優秀賞を獲得でき、とても嬉しく、そして誇りに思っています」と語っている。
オアフ島ワード地区にあるニール・ブレイズデル・センターで開催中のブロードウェイショー「ライオンキング」が、新キャストメンバーを募集するオーディションを開催する。 今回のオーディションでは、18歳以上の男女のキャストを募集しており、見事合格すればライオンキングのキャストメンバーとして活躍することができる。 オーディションはサウス・ホテル通りにあるバレエ・ハワイで開催予定で、歌手のオーディションは2月16日（日）、女性ダンサーのオーディションは17日（月）、男性ダンサーのオーディションは18日（火）に行われる。 なおオーディションの応募可能年齢は、歌手が18歳～35歳まで、ダンサーは18歳～30歳までとなっている。
One minute, Jennifer Jones was stopping to help the victims of a one-vehicle crash she witnessed while driving on the H-1 freeway. The next, she was a victim herself, after she says the driver of the wrecked SUV jumped into her car and sped off, leaving Jones on the side of the road with one of his injured passengers.
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A former Air Force fighter pilot and onetime inspector general for Pacific Air Forces will become the new director of the Punchbowl Cemetery on March 9.
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Two Hilo High School students suspected of setting off a small explosive device at the school last week have each been suspended for six days, the Department of Education reported.
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The saga of Edward J. Snowden, the man whose leaked documents revealed the Orwellian dimensions of the National Security Agency, reads like a le Carri novel crossed with something by Kafka -- at least it does in Luke Harding's new book, "The Snowden Files."
The push to cool public school classrooms got a boost Monday as the state House Education Committee advanced a bill that would dedicate $25 million to air-condition schools next school year.
Two measures aimed at giving the state more say in walkable shopping areas and affordable housing that will take root around Oahu's future rail transit stations advanced out of a joint committee session Monday.
Three of the five churches accused of underpaying the state Department of Education by millions of dollars for using public school facilities have come to some kind of monetary settlement in exchange for being dropped from a lawsuit, it was announced Monday.