A big donation for the University of Hawaii on Thursday of $1 million. It came from a man who many of us know for his plate lunch business.
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It was a special day for dozens of people in Hawaii as they officially became US citizens.
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Fun Factory announced on its Facebook page, it’s closing the Pearlridge location at the end of the month.
If you’re looking for a used car to buy, you may be able to get a really good deal through the city.
The boy was in a marked crosswalk when the moped him.
Officials say they told the man to drop the knife, but he refused. Police were forced to use an electric gun on him.
It started at 8 p.m. Monday at Kapanoe Place.
Kenny Sanchez of Bishop Gorman in Las Vegas was arrested Tuesday for domestic battery.
A Keaau High graduate is one half of a crime-fighting duo in Seattle.
The state will start testing certain students and faculty for tuberculosis at Waipahu High School on Friday.
Women still make less than their male counterparts.
The Food and Drug administration says there’s a defective part in some EpiPen’s that may keep it from activating.
The standoff started around 3 p.m. Tuesday.
The USS John Finn honors the bravery of chief aviation ordnanceman John Finn, who died in 2010.
The Honolulu prosecutors office hears tens of thousands of cases each year.
A neighbor has been indicted for second-degree murder in connection to the woman’s death.
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Roadwork will start from Kapiolani Boulevard and progress toward S. Beretania Street, divided into eight phases.