In the hours and days following the birth of her child, Luana Yee received a most unusually somber procession of callers. "People kept saying, ‘I'm so sorry,'" she recalls. "They gave their condolences."
Kau resident is charged in Hilo stabbing • Honolulu man ID'd as Magic Island victim
Bail bond agent's license is suspended • Detectives investigate Puna blaze • Kansas man dies in incident off Kaanapali; and more
Inmates at Hawaii's women's prison weren't able to visit with their children on Mother's Day because not enough guards showed up for work.
Jane Margery Adams • Jerry Yoshio Asato • Juanita Damma Biazo • Sally Cariaga-Taneyo • Justiniano Lorenzo Castillo • Ronald Chun • Donald Marion Cook Sr. • Penny Lou Kyoko Endo • and more
Former state Rep. Gil Riviere said Sunday that he will enter the Democratic primary for the state Senate seat being vacated by Sen. Clayton Hee, who is running for lieutenant governor.
A rise in recent citations for people trespassing at Sacred Falls State Park prompted the Department of Land and Natural Resources to remind the public that the park is closed due to danger from falling rocks.
Amid circles of fire and the crescendo of pounding drums, Via Tiumalu Jr. of Orlando, Fla., twirled and danced his way to the senior division crown at the 22nd annual World Fireknife Championships late Saturday night at the Polynesian Cultural Center in Laie.
About 3,100 Schofield Barracks soldiers and hundreds of Stryker armored vehicles are in the California desert for a month of large-scale war-fighting practice — training that had ended several years ago for Hawaii units as deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan stopped.
A strident homeless man started yelling obscenities, causing Mayor Kirk Caldwell and several members of his administration to look up from their lunch at the newly opened Waikiki Grass Shack Bistro.
Like unplanted soil washed away by heavy rain, the amount of land farmed in Hawaii has eroded significantly with the decline in plantation agriculture over the past several decades.
The fate of the Waimanalo Gulch Sanitary Landfill remains uncertain 15 months after the city endeavored to reach a resolution with the community group that's fought the hardest to shutter Oahu's only municipal dump.
The head of the Pacific Aviation Museum is blaming an online ticket reservation system for a dramatic drop in sales this year.
Louise Jane Brown cries on the sidewalk of Kalakaua Avenue as she recounts a recent assault and other horrors that she has experienced living homeless in Waikiki.
In 2006 my friend Scott helped me sail Honu from island to island across the South Pacific. "When I signed on for that trip," Scott says, "I imagined baking bread and reading novels under sunny skies in a gently swaying boat."
UH professor's work may yield heart drug • Damien places 19th at rocketry nationals • Visits canceled at women's prison; and more
U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz and U.S. Rep. Colleen Hanabusa both want to expand opportunities for preschool in Hawaii, but they are divided on a constitutional amendment on the ballot in November.