For the 12th time in three years, the Pearl Harbor-based cruiser USS Lake Erie shot down a short-range ballistic missile target that was launched from Kauai's Pacific Missile Range Facility.
Tyler Adams, the self-styled "master of disguise" who defrauded two Hawaii banks out of more than $120,000 from October 2007 to June 2008, pleaded no contest Friday to two counts of first-degree theft and one count of second-degree theft, Honolulu Prosecuting Attorney Keith M. Kaneshiro announced in a news release.
The ongoing federal government shutdown could have significant effect on a prestigious regional meeting hosted by the University of Hawaii's John A.
State Rep. Karen Awana, who has been fined three times in recent years for campaign finance violations, is facing another fine for not properly disclosing campaign fundraising and expenses.
Only about 1,500 furloughed federal workers in Hawaii had applied for unemployment benefits through Thursday, but the number was increasing by the day in the government shutdown and state agencies have mobilized to try to determine its wider impacts.
Two months after the Hawaiian Humane Society stopped picking up stray pets in a dispute with the city over funding, Oahu's remaining animal shelters are feeling the impact.
Although 17-year-old Catherine Coleman grew up immersed in her Native Hawaiian culture, until recently she knew little about her family's other native ties.
Man in custody after allegedly firing gun Body discovered in house has no foul-play signs Details sought in Puna robbery with a machete
Concrete block wreaks havoc on H-1 drive • Japan-Hawaii flights screen film on Inouye • Contra-flow lane to shut for repaving
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Alerted late last month to a likely link between several cases of liver failure and the use of dietary supplements, doctors in Hawaii have since reported roughly two dozen more suspected cases from the past six months, the state's epidemiologist said.
日本に拠点をおく東海大学が4日（金）に、オアフ島西部の新キャンパス建設予定地で鍬入れ式を行った。なお、新キャンパスの完成は2015年4月が予定されている。 ハワイ東海インターナショナル・カレッジは、オアフ島のカピオラニ通り沿いに長年にわたってキャンパスを所有していたものの、今回、オアフ島西部に敷地面積約90,000平方フィートをほこる新キャンパスの建設を予定している。 新キャンパスでは、最高で約300名の学生が学ぶことになっているほか、敷地内には、学生が利用するためのラウンジや寮なども完備される見込みとなっている。
Oral arguments are scheduled to begin Dec. 13 for a legal case challenging Hawaii's decision to grant a permit for the construction of the world's largest optical telescope at the summit of Mauna Kea.
NEW YORK » James Austin stood in front of a two-story Brooklyn row house, watching his puppy, Dutchess, play with a pair of pants, while a few feet away, a friend's dog, Stoney, was tethered to a fence. At that moment, they were companions - both to him and in the eyes of the law.
WASHINGTON » The disapproval comes from angry constituents, baffled party elders and colleagues on the other side of the Capitol. But nowhere have senators found criticism more personal or immediate than right inside their own chamber every morning when the chaplain delivers the opening prayer.
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SAN FRANCISCO » Once, only hairdressers and bartenders knew people's secrets. Now, smartphones know everything - where people go, what they search for, what they buy, what they do for fun and when they go to bed.