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Man allegedly robs bank soon after release • Alcohol may have figured in serious crash • Waipahu man indicted in stabbing at park • Man's arrest tied to shooting on Big Island • Hilo drivers warned about rocks on road • Origin of fire at Coco Palms still a mystery
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The man who said he saw accused killer Teddy Munet shoot William “Billy” Fallau in the back of the head in Kawainui State Park Reserve two years ago wants immunity from prosecution for anything he might say when he testifies in Munet’s trial.
Former Lt. Gov. James “Duke” Aiona would divert 25 percent of the money collected by the state’s corporate income tax to the rental housing trust fund, hoping to create a financing pool to build more affordable rentals.
The Federal Election Commission is auditing the Democratic Party of Hawaii after flagging multiple discrepancies with the party’s federal campaign finance reports during the 2012 election cycle.
U.S.-Japanese naval cooperation is deepening, top U.S. and Japanese admirals said Monday as they met on the sidelines of the world's largest maritime exercises.
The FBI in Los Angeles arrested a 20-year-old Maui man on Monday for interfering with a flight crew on a British Airways flight from London to Los Angeles Airport.
The Hawaii Supreme Court overwhelmingly ruled Wednesday that a circuit judge improperly denied the public and the media access to the first Christopher Deedy murder trial, in a decision that the plaintiffs' attorney says has wide repercussions for criminal proceedings statewide.
The defense attorney for federal agent Christopher Deedy on Wednesday attacked the credibility of the first officer to respond to the fatal 2011 shooting, hoping to undercut the officer's assertion that Deedy, the shooter, appeared intoxicated.
Oahu's future rail transit system will wind its way through the middle of Honolulu Airport — dropping off and picking up thousands of passengers and airport workers at a central station there, newly unveiled designs reveal.
The discovery of the jawbone of a missing Maui woman helped authorities file a murder charge against her ex-boyfriend, a person familiar with the investigation said Wednesday.
Question: Whatever happened to the feral cat management program run by the Buildings and Grounds Management Office at the University of Hawaii at Manoa?
Question: Around the condominium being built across the Ward Theatres is a huge fence at least 10 feet high. On the wall are plastered photos of the condominiums and large signs advertising the condo sales.
Shark attacks man swimming off Maui • New helicopter will speed trips for patients • Part of road will be closed for culvert work
Man charged in Pearl Ridge Park stabbing • Mayoral hopeful arrested for bail violation • Suspect sought in Walmart bank robbery; and more