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Business owner Tracy Yoshimura is confident he will beat the hundreds of gambling charges against him in connection with Products Direct Sweepstakes gaming machines.
An infestation of bedbugs has become so rampant at the Oahu Community Correctional Center that officials announced a plan Thursday to shut down a housing module for fumigation and temporarily relocate more than 100 inmates.
The Honolulu-bound lanes of the H-3 freeway will be shut down Friday night through early Monday morning so crews can replace a key component that runs the length of that side of the roadway, transportation officials say.
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Honolulu City Council members will likely defer until next year a final decision on Mayor Kirk Caldwell's controversial plan to raise money for bus routes by selling advertising on the sides of city buses.
Assaggio restaurants owner Thomas Ky told a federal judge Wednesday that his conviction for money laundering has taught him a hard and valuable lesson that will make him a better businessman.
The future Daniel K. Inouye Center for Democratic Leadership will be more than just a museum and a space to house the late senator's congressional papers, including those from the Watergate and Iran-Contra scandals.
David Lassner says that while he's never aspired to be president of the University of Hawaii in his nearly 40-year career at the university, he thinks UH has the potential to be the leading public higher education system in the nation and welcomes the opportunity to try to make that happen.
Amid educational reforms to better prepare Hawaii public school students for college and careers, the number of college-going graduates last year remained flat, and nearly a third of those who enrolled at the University of Hawaii weren't equipped to take entry-level math and English courses, according to a new report.
The Honolulu City Council unanimously agreed to settle several lawsuits against the city at a cost of $3.67 million to taxpayers. The settlements included $1.4 million for the family of Aaron Torres, who was suffocated by three police officers during an arrest in 2012.
ハワイに拠点をおくハンバーガーショップのテディーズ・ビガー・バーガーズが、フィリピン国内に新店舗のオープンを予定していることが明らかになった。 テディーズ・ビガー・バーガーでは、今後3年間でフィリピンのマニラ市内に9店舗をオープン予定で、フィリピン第1号店は7月中にもオープンする見込みとなっている。 テディーズ・ビガー・バーガーは現在、ハワイ州内に11店舗を経営しているほか、ワシントン州、アイオワ州でもフランチャイズ店を展開しているほか、今後、カリフォルニア州とテキサス州でもフランチャイズ店舗を拡大したいとしている。
Crew members are making final preparations — and locals are offering farewells and good wishes — as Hokule‘a readies to leave Oahu in less than a week for what aims to be its most ambitious voyage yet.
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A massive molasses spill in Honolulu Harbor last fall led Hawaii lawmakers to introduce legislation designed to prevent a repeat disaster. But the proposals they crafted failed to survive the 2014 legislative session.
A national organization promoting the labeling of genetically modified food has opened an office in Honolulu. The Center for Food Safety has also established a local political action committee and will get involved in state elections this summer, Hawaii News Now reported.
Honolulu police are investigating an assault on Oahu environmental activist Carroll Cox while he was looking into the alleged toxic dumping and misuse of land under the state Department of Hawaiian Home Lands.