Mufi Hannemann's curious opening gambit in his independent run for governor is an oldie that flopped with voters four years ago — bringing the ill-fated Superferry back to Hawaii.
Side job merits suspension, panel says • Visitation to correctional sites canceled • Crews search for fisherman • Anti-GMO plan goes to Council
Apartment fire's starting point is found • Moiliili home allegedly hit by armed robber • Man accused of terroristic threatening • Waipahu forgery suspect is arrested
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.
Kauai organizations are planning to protest international maritime exercises hosted by the U.S. Navy this summer. A coalition called Oceans 4 Peace says it will educate the public on the dangers of what it calls "permanent war preparation and naval military harm" to oceans.
William Aila spent a career as the Waianae harbor master mediating disputes between fishermen and boaters along the Leeward Coast, but he now finds himself worrying about a new and violent level of tensions above and below Hawaii waters.
The life of Naeem Williams is in the hands of the same 12 U.S. District Court jurors who found him guilty of capital murder for killing his 5-year-old daughter, Talia, and also found him eligible for the death penalty.
Nineteen residents, including four children, were displaced Friday afternoon after a three-alarm fire spread through six condominium townhouse apartments and damaged three others in two neighboring buildings in Ewa Beach.
Masami Aito • Thomas P. Amarino • Evaristo Avergonzado • Roland Fritz Blackiston Jr. • Daniel William Brock • Michael Butindaro • Felipa Santos Castillo • John S. Hamilton • and more
A 14-year-old boy died Thursday from injuries he suffered when he fell off his skateboard in Pearl City — the second skateboarding death this week. The city Medical Examiner's Office identified the victim as Vepa Tripp of Pearl City.
The Taubman Co. LLC, redeveloper of the International Market Place, started taking down the colorful three-story tile mosaic on the Miramar at Waikiki Hotel on Friday despite an 11th-hour push from community members who wanted to preserve the pieces of Waikiki history.
The move to an opt-in versus an opt-out decision is one of a dozen changes the Department of Education announced Friday with the release of a 24-page report by a working group convened in February to review the curriculum.
Rear Adm. Colin J. Kilrain will become the new commander of the Special Operations Command Pacific at Camp H.M. Smith in Halawa Heights, the Pentagon announced.
A former University of Hawaii Foundation employee pleaded guilty Friday in U.S. District Court to identity theft after acknowledging that he diverted scholarship money to pay off a gambling debt.
A 52-year-old woman was indicted by an Oahu grand jury Wednesday and faces charges of second-degree identity theft, fraudulent use of a credit card, unauthorized possession of confidential personal information and second-degree attempted theft.
Quake off Molokai felt on Oahu, Maui
Boy, 17, is nabbed in Makiki burglary • 3 pit bulls put to sleep, owner cited after attack