Suspect held in Pearl City shooting • Blaze engulfs trailer home on Maui • Police officer assaulted in Waikiki
Accused spy ordered back into detention • Japanese princess to discuss art history • Repairs to cut water at Sand Island park • State reopens Maui beach • Motorist drives car off a cliff
Alejandro Alesna • Eufracio Arcalas • Olimpia Maglay Bagay • Dani Dee • Gladys Kazue Ebisuya • Masaru Funai • Carol Edith Ganot • Alec Keanoano Kaaihue • Ruth I. Kasenberg
A two-mile stretch of coastal waters off South Maui was closed Wednesday after two divers reported aggressive behavior by a shark that followed them to shore near Little Beach -- just two days after a fatal attack on a kayak fisherman nearby.
Police are asking for help in finding a suspect or suspects who assaulted an 83-year-old man in Chinatown Tuesday night, leaving him in critical condition with head injuries.
Ikaika Ka'ahanui has endured a great deal in his 10 years of life -- 13, soon to be 14, major surgeries; 71/2 years living with a tracheotomy tube in his neck; 10 years and counting with a feeding tube in his abdomen; and moderate to severe hearing loss in both ears.
A largely empty, five-story parking structure on South King Street just makai of the Alapai Street police station should soon be filling up and earning some cash for the city.
Josefina Mariano Andres • Mary Malia Kelewai Bernard • Barbara Nancy Abreu Clark • Robert Edward Garrett • Gwendolyn Higa • Nancy S. Isobe • Damien Kaleo Kaina Sr. • Juanita Pascua Lagazo Labuguen and more
CHARLOTTE, N.C. » Mike Horrigan is a lifelong Democrat with heart problems who supports President Barack Obama's health care law because he expects it will help many people obtain better insurance, including himself.
A memorandum this week from city Corporation Counsel Donna Leong telling department heads that her office will advise city employees about ethical issues has drawn the ire of Ethics Commission Executive Director Chuck Totto.
The Honolulu Marathon, which will be run for the 41st year on Sunday, is on pace to bolster the state's $15 billion visitor industry during the seasonal lull right before the winter holidays.
The Army is reporting an "alarming increase" in drunken driving by soldiers in Hawaii as the military continues to struggle with the consequences of war and a return to "garrison" life.
An 84-year-old Kalihi man awaiting trial in the stabbing death of his sister-in-law days before Christmas three years ago had his case dismissed on a technicality Wednesday but was rearrested soon after at Circuit Court.
Question: As part of the Ala Moana beautification project, all electrical and telephone lines and TV cables are supposed to go underground from Kalakaua Avenue to Fort Street. All above-ground systems were to be removed and "new attractive street light fixtures" put in from Ala Wai Bridge to Fort Street.
Suspect wanted in attempted robbery
Scam of minister lands man in prison • Kekaha man gets 20 years for sex assaults • Officer charged with slapping teen daughter • Hanalei man back in jail on theft charges