The two sides have been separately ruled ever since Taiwan evolved into a freewheeling democracy.
“Talia’s Law” was named in honor of five-year-old Talia Williams, and aimed at protecting children of military families.
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Hawaiian petrel chicks were transported to a new colony protected by a predator-proof fence at Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge.
Backers claim it can ease pain and inflammation, aid blood flow and weight loss, improve skin and even ward off aging and depression.
Hawaiian Telcom is now offering “Desktop as a Service” as part of its “SmartBusiness” suite.
Buy any size sandwich and a 30-oz. drink and you get one free.
Witnesses reported that the man had been involved in a fight and then left the area after the victim was injured.
The building on Olive Avenue is considered to be a total loss.
Four new inductees will be added to the Big Island Sports Hall of Fame on Sunday, November 15th at 10am. Luella Aina, Dona Memmer, Elson Mor…
The driver, Adam Newkirk, was ejected and sustained fatal injuries.
November is National Scholarship Month. Students going to college should start applying for those scholarship opportunities. Officials say t…
The center is located on the departure level, Lobby 3, of the interisland terminal.
The state’s much-delayed first space launch could finally be set for takeoff Tuesday. The 55-foot “Super Strypi” rocket will launch from Pac…
Mike Mularkey will take over as interim coach.
An Always Investigating report has helped prompt legislation in Congress to make a change to help some long forgotten veterans.
You may have noticed it while going to the Honolulu airport. There are traffic lights that flash yellow, non-stop.
Problems are plaguing the city’s H-Power plant in Campbell Industrial Park.
Payments and benefits that should stop when someone passes away are often passing on to the living.
He was under contract with the university through Dec. 31, 2016.