The state Department of Land and Natural Resources is asking the public to steer clear of a Hawaiian monk seal pup that has been frequenting Oahu's South Shore.
A quiet but intense struggle over money and influence is roiling the Republican Party just as the 2014 election season is getting underway.
Sara Ziff was a 14-year-old student at the Bronx High School of Science when a fashion photographer "discovered" her as she was returning to her family's apartment in Greenwich Village.
WASHINGTON » Four years after President Barack Obama vowed to "dramatically reform the way we do business on contracts," the spectacular failure of the HealthCare.gov website has renewed calls for changes in how the government hires and manages private technology companies.
NORTHAMPTON, England » It was just after 4 a.m., the last clubs were closing and the police had three young men pinned against a brick wall and a fourth on the ground.
Packages of raw, frozen marinated May's Hawaii chicken products that may not have been stored at the proper temperature are being recalled, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service said Friday. Ten-pound cardboard boxes, containing four sealed packages of May's Hawaii "Hawaiian Style, Boneless and Skinless Teriyaki Chicken Thighs," are part of the recall.
Federal investigators have found no reason for the loss of engine power that prompted a pilot to make a forced landing in brush land in Central Maui in June. And they might never determine the cause.
President Barack Obama has endorsed Gov. Neil Abercrombie's bid for re-election next year, the governor's campaign said Friday. The campaign said Obama is backing Abercrombie because of his handling of state finances and approach to making tough choices.
President Barack Obama and the rest of the first family arrived at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam around 11:30 p.m. Friday to begin their sixth consecutive Christmas vacation in Honolulu.
The chairmen of the state House and Senate committees on higher education say they will not support the University of Hawaii's plan to use tuition-backed revenue bonds to fast-track elimination of a repair and maintenance backlog nearing a half-billion dollars.
With its usual panache, Ballet Hawaii has produced another extravagant "The Nutcracker," rich in talent from near and far. It also has, thankfully, returned to live music, played by the superb Hawai'i Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Ann Krinitsky.
Harry Nakoa Makalena Sr. surfed with Duke Kahanamoku, worked the sands of Waikiki Beach as a 1950s-era beachboy and was immortalized in a LeRoy Neiman image as the caddy behind Lee Trevino.
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