Peter Cruz Agualo • Wilbert Rapoza Branco • Donna Marie Bratton • Erma L. DeCorte • Millie Lester Haku Halemano • Emily Saffery Hall • Leslie T. Kaai • Elsie Tatsumi Maekawa • Santiago S. Malanog, and more
Kaneohe Marine, 20, dies during training • Motorcyclist killed in crash
Blaze damages Korean restaurant • Teenagers arrested in Kalihi robbery
A 23-year-old Makaha man accused of second-degree murder in the shooting death of a former friend pleaded guilty Tuesday to the lesser charge of manslaughter.
The Army said it found about $495,000 to prevent the layoff of nearly 300 contract workers at Schofield Barracks through the end of March with the hope that Congress will address a militarywide funding shortfall by then, officials said.
Lawmakers advanced a bill Monday that would provide a tax credit to public and private school teachers for out-of-pocket classroom expenses.
A 54-year-old German national, wanted since 2007 for operating what authorities say was a $1.2 million Ponzi scheme on Kauai, was tired of being on the run and turned himself in Tuesday morning, FBI Special Agent Tom Simon said.
Rock climbers and their supporters attended a public hearing in Haleiwa on Tuesday night, saying they support a legislative bill to give the state immunity from lawsuits involving their recreational activity.
The city Tuesday suspended permits issued to developer Jeff Stone to build two single-family houses in Aina Haina after state officials said a historic site might exist or had existed on the site.
Mayor Kirk Caldwell said Tuesday he does not believe another landfill on the island will be needed because technology is advancing at a rate that the city will soon be able to get rid of the most objectionable, if not all, solid wastes without putting them into the Waimanalo Gulch Sanitary Landfill at Kahe Point.
An inmate accused of beating his Oahu Community Correctional Center cellmate to death said Tuesday in court he "also sexually assaulted an inmate."
The body that accredits the University of Hawaii says fallout from last year's Stevie Wonder concert debacle included inappropriate external interference from government officials and "revealed the fragility" of the university's autonomy.
TOLEDO, Ohio » For those who live and play on the shores of Lake Erie, the spring rains that will begin falling here soon are less a blessing than a portent. They could threaten the very future of the lake itself.
HEESH, Syria » The Islamic fighters peered through rifle scopes and machine-gun sights at the remains of a Syrian military convoy disabled on the highway several hundred yards away. They were peppering President Bashar Assad's soldiers with gunfire, trying to prevent their escape.
Richard Yoshio Asao • Candido Duco Baillo &bull James Bedford; and more
The late astronomer Carl Sagan once said, "Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known." That's never been easier to believe than now, arguably the golden age of astronomy.