There is little down time in Eric Butler's classroom.
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The city is working to save the Kailua Beach Park Boat Ramp from being undermined by ocean currents.
Hawaii Pacific University has resolved a dispute with a development partner over ownership of Aloha Tower Marketplace, allowing a planned $34 million makeover on the retail complex to move forward this summer.
The city Department of Emergency Services dedicated six new ambulances Monday.
District 8 residents live in a region with the highest share of satisfactory roads and the lowest share of substandard roads on the island.
Gov. Neil Abercrombie said past responses to tsunami warnings show the state is prepared for such an event, but also urged the state, counties and disaster agencies to identify areas that can be improved.
At Oak Canyon Junior High School in Lindon, Utah, spring is announced not just by sunshine and snowmelt and bird songs, but also by bottle rockets and hot air balloons and perfectly good eggs catapulted to the heavens.
Are they going to reopen the driver’s license renewal office at the Windward City Satellite City Hall? They had it there before, then transferred it to the Koolau station at Temple Valley. I believe if they restored it at Windward City, the lines would be shorter at the other site.
HPD satellite office fills in for substation • Strong currents close northern Kauai beaches • Drowning victim is identified as Colorado man
Suspect charged in Sheridan Street attack • Man, 18, is injured in Ewa Beach shooting
As she sat in her wheelchair, 95-year-old Karen Okada wrapped her delicate fingers around her 23-year-old grandson's index finger while he talked to her during a recent morning visit.
Convicted double murderer Raita Fukusaku will appear before the Hawaii Paroling Authority today to ask for his release after serving less than half of his 40-year minimum term.
District 7's city roads were found to be in pretty decent shape compared with most other districts on the island. Residents there enjoy one of Oahu's higher shares of city roads in "fair" shape or better, at 78.1 percent, and lower percentage of roads in "poor" shape or worse, at 21.9 percent, based on a survey completed late last year.
A recent study showed most women with ovarian cancer do not receive appropriate care, but medical specialists here say women in Hawaii see fewer roadblocks to getting the treatment they need for the disease.