An Alabama man who served 100 days in jail for killing a Pearl City man during a fight in 2004 is back in custody, accused of failing to pay more than $500 in restitution and fees connected to the man's death.
Gov. Neil Abercrombie on Friday signed a bill into law that will extend a window for another two years to file lawsuits over decades-old childhood sexual abuse and allow suits to be brought against the state and counties.
A new handbook published by the state gives newcomers a road map on everything from how to find a job to when to use a car horn, from how to keep their kids safe to understanding sarcasm.
Days after Mayor Kirk Caldwell unveiled a measure prohibiting people from sitting and lying on public sidewalks in Waikiki, Councilwoman Carol Fukunaga has introduced a bill imposing the same restrictions for an area from Chinatown to Ward Avenue.
The Friends of the Library of Hawaii's massive 67th annual book sale, which gets underway Saturday at McKinley High School, features a new section dubbed "Curious Books" that spotlights quirky and fun titles.
In celebration of National Reunification Month, an Oahu family once severed by substance abuse was honored Friday for reuniting and flourishing after more than a decade apart.
McDonald's Restaurants of Hawaii gave $22,000 to University of Hawaii football head coach Norm Chow, UH athletic director John McNamara and Na Koa Executive Director Kim Fujiuchi.
Man charged in attempted robbery • Swimmer drowns at ‘Blue Room' cave
Light work to close H-1 westbound lanes • Pot discovery leads to arrest of Puna couple • Crash victim is identified as Kalaheo man
A man known as the Manoa Rapist is suing state Department of Public Safety Director Ted Sakai and Corrections Division head Max Otani for refusing to let the inmate enter the department's work furlough program.
After running over and killing a Hawaii Pacific University student, Dominic Franklyn filed a false insurance claim to try to raise thousands for a foundation in his victim's name, his attorney said.
Punahou School is losing its longtime high school and junior school principals after next school year -- one to retirement and the other to a mainland school.
連邦航空局が、ハワイのローカル航空会社であるモクレレ航空が申請していたオアフ島西部のカラエロア空港とマウイ島のカフルイ空港を結ぶ新路線の就航を許可すると発表した。 モクレレ航空の関係者は、カラエロア空港とカフルイ空港を結ぶ新定期便には、9名が搭乗できる小型セスナ機を利用予定で、7月1日より就航を開始したいとしている。 なお、モクレレ航空では現在、新定期便の就航を記念し、カラエロア空港とカフルイ空港の往復便を$99の特別価格で提供している。
Each Sunday, the Star-Advertiser publishes Oahu vital statistics for marriage licenses and birth certificates filed with the state Department of Health’s Vital Statistics System.
A former Honolulu Star-Bulletin columnist and veteran foreign correspondent remained in serious condition Thursday after an accident in which the 87-year-old was hit by a vehicle while crossing a street near Ala Moana Center.
Dick Shigemi Hamada had four major fears serving as a Japanese-American in Burma during World War II. First was being mistakenly shot by fellow Americans. Second was a mistaken attack by the Burmese Kachin Rangers who he was fighting alongside.
The state is suing a member of a state licensing board to recover $1,940 in fines after the board member failed to file two years of financial disclosure statements.