Registration requirements for Hawaii island's growers of genetically modified crops are on hold for now because of a judge's ruling. But the question remains: Will the broader scope of the county's new law banning the outside use and testing of modified plants be challenged in court?
Former Schofield Barracks soldier Naeem Williams hit his 5-year-old daughter Talia in the chest so hard that the girl suffered a left shoulder separation, federal prosecutor Darren W.K. Ching said Tuesday in opening statements of Williams' capital murder trial.
Supporters of family-child interaction learning programs brought a makeshift classroom to the Capitol on Tuesday to rally for expanded early-education options.
Honolulu City Council members are looking into whether transient vacation units and bed-and-breakfast homes should be taxed at higher rates. Also, they appear ready to tackle related issues such as allowing for more legal short-term residential vacation rentals while cracking down on illegal ones.
A North Shore woman was sentenced to 60 days in prison Tuesday for causing a fatal head-on collision two years ago near Kawela Bay.
Question: I go to the Hawaii State Library on King Street weekly. For years, overloaded carts and other items belonging to the homeless are placed on library property and at the entrance steps. One day, the stench coming from two carts was overwhelming.
ハワイで撮影されている米人気ドラマの「ハワイ5-O」の撮影でも利用されたこともある人気カキ氷店「ワイオラシェイブアイス」が3店舗目の開業を計画している。 島内3店舗目となる新店舗は、ワード地区にあるワード・センター内で、開業時期などの詳しい詳細は明らかになっていない。 ワイオラシェイブアイスは現在、モイリイリ地区のワイオラ通り、カパフル地区のモキハナ通りで営業を行っている。
As freedom fighters go, Mam Sonando stands out as somewhat eccentric. The entrance to his radio station is decorated like a nightclub, complete with colored lights and a disco ball. It also has at least four Buddhist shrines.
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NEW YORK » The teacher held up a card with a number on it, then looked at the 4-year-olds waving their hands eagerly in front of her. "Anderson," she said, calling on a small boy in a blue button-up shirt and a sweater vest.
In her years as a probation officer north of Dallas, Patricia Lowell reckoned that she would work until age 65, confident that she could then retire halfway comfortably on her pension and Social Security.
Kamehameha Schools sued over sex abuse • UHPA throws support behind Abercrombie • Terror suspect sought by FBI on Big Island
Suspicious package closes Noelani school • Woman hospitalized after being hit by car • 2 arrested in alleged copper theft attempt
In a 45-minute interview with the Big Island Chronicle over the weekend, Faye Hanohano said she has only tried to educate people about Hawaiian history and culture and that her critics either misunderstood the Hawaiian language or are too shallow to get her message.
Family, friends and legions of fans are mourning the death late last week of longtime local television weather forecaster Sharie Shima. She was 52.
Hawaiian Electric Co. will soon start testing a smart-grid program on Oahu that will wirelessly transmit real-time information on customers' electricity use to the utility, allowing HECO to integrate more renewable energy into its grid and respond faster to power failures.
When word spread Monday that billionaire Larry Ellison, the owner of 98 percent of Lanai, has set his eyes on the islands to hold the 2017 America's Cup yacht race, the reaction in Hawaii was quick and mostly positive.
With several pule (chants) to summon the spirit of island ancestors and numerous pushes from volunteers, Hawaii's most renowned voyaging canoe slipped into the waters off Honolulu on Monday — and into a new frontier.