Tom Rounds, a legendary broadcasting executive and one of the original "Poi Boys," who helped put island station KPOI on the map, died Sunday in Los Angeles. He was 77.
During interviews with government investigators and prosecutors in January 2012, former Schofield Barracks soldier Naeem J. Williams said he didn't need to apologize to his 5-year-old daughter, Talia, for what he did to her because he had been apologizing to her every day for six years, according to a recording defense lawyers played Tuesday in U.S. District Court.
Four Hawaii agricultural concerns have agreed to pay a combined $2.4 million to their former Thai laborers in a settlement of a lawsuit that named the farms as accomplices in worker harassment, racial discrimination and retaliation, federal officials announced Tuesday.
James K. Seibel — a charismatic actor, singer and dancer who was a major presence in Hawaii theater in the 1980s and 1990s — died unexpectedly Monday in a Naples, Fla., hospital.
Two people told police they saw a 21-year-old Makaha man stab a Waianae Hardware store employee several times, according to court documents.
A lengthy environmental battle over a planned oceanfront hotel and condominium tower next to the Moana Surfrider Hotel in Waikiki is moving to the Hawaii Supreme Court.
Inmates at Halawa Correctional Facility can no longer touch or kiss their loved ones now that the medium-security prison has become the state's first no-contact prison.
Residents would have to pay the city to take away sofas, refrigerators and other bulky trash from their curbside, under a bill scheduled to get its first airing before the Honolulu City Council on Wednesday.
The state Board of Education voted unanimously to retain schools Superintendent Kathryn Matayoshi for another three years, but before her contract is finalized she has to come back to the board with steps she will take to address concerns raised in a scathing independent survey of public school principals.
Question: A minister has been leading mourners down to the edge of the ocean where he sprinkles ashes of the deceased.
Brush fire chars land near Pele's Chair • Man arrested in assault on his son • Suspected burglar caught in apartment
Pearl Ni'ihau Batalona • Diane Dolores Billingsley • William Winchell Burgher Jr. • Patricia Loretta Ciano • Priscilla Pearl Ferreira • Stanley Fontanilla • Marina Velasco Galingana • and more
The skies off Kauai will be a stand-in for Mars as NASA prepares to launch a saucer-shaped vehicle in an experimental flight designed to land heavy loads on the red planet.
米大手スーパーマーケットチェーンであるウォルマートの州内10店舗目となるオアフ島ダウンタウン店が、7月半ばにオープン予定であることが明らかになった。 米大手百貨店のメイシーズ跡地に出店が決定していたウォルマートのダウンタウン店ではすでに150名を雇用。現在、商品を陳列したりしながら、新店舗の開業準備が進められている。 ハワイ州内初の2階建てとなる新ウォルマートの営業時間は毎日午前6時から午後10時になる見込みで、店内で$25以上の買い物をした場合には、駐車場利用料金が2時間まで無料となる。
Aloha State has head start on carbon cuts • Isle woman injured in Virginia accident • Search ends for missing opihi picker • Resort condo plans to replace Lahaina sea wall
The state Intermediate Court of Appeals has determined that the final environmental impact statement the city filed for expansion of the Waimanalo Gulch Sanitary Landfill is valid, clearing one of the legal issues clouding continued operations at Oahu's only municipal and solid-waste dump.
There will be no launch Tuesday of a saucer-shaped test vehicle from the Pacific Missile Range Facility on Kauai, NASA announced.