A convicted murderer was sentenced a second time in state court to life in prison with the possibility for parole Friday, 33 years after the first time.
Rifle range closed after bullets stray • Parade helps launch City Lights display • Hospitalization of princess cancels lecture • Park publishes bilingual guide • Tax exemption deadline nears and more
Homeless man's death opens murder case • Suspect in Pearl City attack is released
NEW YORK » He has battled the tobacco, taxicab and soda industries. Now, in his last days in office, one of Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg's final showdowns is with makers of plastic foam food containers.
Melissa Ha‘o, a diabetic with severe circulation disorders, has hobbled around with a cast for the past year. She should be on crutches or in a wheelchair to allow her left foot to heal from a degenerative tissue problem, but then she wouldn't be able to chase around after her energetic toddler.
From Nov. 27 through Dec. 5 • Cynthia Burdge M.D. $600 • In Loving Memory of William and Jayne Gibson $500 • Happy Holidays from a Former Staff Member $500 • and more
SEOUL » The packs of young women arrived 90 minutes early for the evening's show: "Murder Ballad," a rock musical that flopped off-Broadway in July and then opened here four months later in an all-Korean production.
NEW YORK » Marielle Jan de Beur often catches the 6:27 a.m. train to Grand Central Terminal, waiting on the Westchester platform with a swarm of dark-suited men, and then walks 10 blocks to a Park Avenue office fronted by the fountain where Audrey Hepburn cavorted in "Breakfast at Tiffany's," playing a woman scheming to marry a wealthy man.
Although Nelson Mandela never visited the isles, he embodied the aloha spirit and inspired many in Hawaii as an icon of justice and peace, local civil rights and social justice advocates said, extolling the life of the anti-apartheid leader as an inspiration for all.
Large agribusinesses on Kauai have started following a state Department of Agriculture voluntary program to disclose pesticide use and establish buffer zones for spraying.
Vowing to protect natural resources and shut out the "global agribusiness corporations" from Hawaii island, Mayor Billy Kenoi on Thursday signed a bill designed to limit planting of new genetically modified crops.
The Hawaii State Public Library System and the Korean Library Foundation have accepted a $45,200 donation from the government of the Republic of Korea.
Hawaii County police are asking that anyone with information about the cause of five suspicious brush fires over the past two weeks come forward. The fires were south of Puuanahulu along Hawaii Belt Road (Route 190) between Daniel K. Inouye Highway and the 14-mile marker, police said.
A 46-year-old San Diego man suspected of dismembering a man and dumping the body parts near Mililani Memorial Park is fighting extradition to Hawaii to face murder and firearm charges, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune.
QUESTION: I saw a car with the ">" symbol in its license plate. I checked on the city's website for ordering special license plates -- www4.honolulu.gov/specialplates -- which says ">" is not a valid character.
The landscape is something we see every day. It is as familiar as a member of the family, yet we seldom think about how it got to be that way. The study of landscape and its formation is called geomorphology.