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The Aiea Public Library was built with the environment in mind, including 6,000 square feet of photovoltaic solar panels which are not being…
The elite flight demonstration team will return this October.
Officials say the shark measured roughly 8.5 feet from the nose to the end of its tail.
An online account where hundreds of photos of University of Hawaii students were posted without their permission has been shut down. That’s …
Officials at the Department of Land and Natural Resources say the situation was a hard lesson learned.
Kakaako is touted as the place where families can live, work and play. But is there enough room for kids to enroll at schools in the area?
A judge has ordered Tripler Army Medical Center to pay $4.25 million to Christina Mettias, a former Hawaii woman who suffers from lifelong c…
Fabian Heald was found Wednesday morning in Kona and is safe.
Hawaii Pacific Health is in the midst of a deal to partner with Maui Memorial Medical Center, along with two smaller Maui clinics.
The Pacific Army Reserve renamed its headquarters at Fort Shafter the Daniel K. Inouye U.S. Army Reserve Complex.
In a court appearance Thursday, Rodney Hosino did not fight extradition back to Nevada to face the felony charges.
The renovation project includes work on the ironwork fence, the plastered wall surrounding the grounds, and gates.
Construction will focus on Piers 12 and 15, which will house vessels dedicated to environmental and oil spill response.
Authorities say it happened off Ulua Beach, at 3572 Wailea Alanui Drive in Kihei.
Fire crews found a 34-year-old woman that had fallen about 15 feet onto rocks at the water’s edge.
Oahu sessions will begin the week of June 8 and will run through July 24.
Rail guideway work crossing the H-1 Freeway is scheduled to run until 2016.
The fire was first reported at 10:40 a.m. from The Kamaaina at 1520 Ward Avenue.
Tax evasion is a Class C felony punishable by up to five years in prison and a $100,000 fine.