Honolulu Police are looking for a man accused of stealing a computer from the Wal-Mart store in Kapolei.
A rusted 5-foot-tall piece of landing gear believed to be from one of the hijacked planes destroyed in the Sept. 11 attacks has been discovered wedged between a mosque site and a luxury high-rise apartment building near the World Trade Center.
With time running out to save workers still trapped in a collapsed garment factory building, rescuers dug through mangled metal and concrete Friday and found more survivors – but also more corpses that pushed the death toll past 300.
Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhohkar Tsarnaev was moved from a hospital to a federal prison medical center, while FBI agents searched for evidence Friday in a landfill near the college he was attending.
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BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) — At Montana State University, final exams stress is going to the dogs.
The Bozeman Daily Chronicle reports (http://bit.ly/11pDoHV ) Intermountain Therapy Animals is bringing dogs to campus this week and next to help students
Quarterback Taylor Graham threw a 30-yard touchdown pass to Donnie King, Jr, with 2:52 left in the fourth quarter lifting the Black Team to a 27-21 victory over the White in the annual Warrior Bowl, Thursday afternoon at the Clarence T.C. Ching Field.
AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. (AP) — The U.S. service academies are ramping up efforts to groom a new breed of cyberspace warriors to confront increasing threats to the nation’s military and civilian computer networks that control everything from
AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. (AP) — The U.S. service academies are ramping up efforts to groom a new breed of cyberspace warriors to confront increasing threats to the nation’s critical computer networks.
Students at the Army, Navy and
The NFL kicked off its three-day draft on Thursday. Here’s a list of the 32 first round draft picks.
A police officer delivered a baby girl on a Honolulu freeway during the morning rush-hour commute.
The Waikane Valley Stream spilled over into the road, shutting down Kamehameha Highway Wednesday night. Nearby residents are frustrated, especially since they’ve been promised a fix. But so far nothing has been done.
The state’s tourism agency has its work cut out for it this year with travel to the islands expected to slow down so it will concentrate on marketing Hawaii to business travelers and conventions.
Thursday morning, the Honolulu Parks & Recreation Department presented certificates to outstanding seniors who were nominated by their own clubs.
A group of divers enjoying a deep sea adventure off Kona on Thursday got the surprise of a lifetime — a chance encounter with one of the ocean’s largest creatures.
You don’t have to be a football fan to get caught up in today’s NFL draft. Island residents were hopeful that this would be the day to find out where Manti Te’o will play in the NFL.
Many local residents spent Thursday afternoon eagerly watching the NFL draft. Although it didn’t end the way they had hoped, they remain positive.
State Sheriffs say they quickly caught up with a woman who tried to escape from Honolulu District Court Thursday afternoon.
A 56-year-old man is dead following an industrial accident in the Puna district Thursday morning.
With flight delays mounting, the Senate approved hurry-up legislation Thursday night to end air traffic controller furloughs blamed for inconveniencing large numbers of travelers.
The fishing trip off the rugged north coast of St. Lucia was supposed to last all day, but about four hours into the journey, the boat’s electric system crackled and popped.
George W. Bush shed a sentimental tear. Barack Obama mused about the burdens of the office. Bill Clinton dished out wisecracks. Jimmy Carter and George H.W. Bush chimed in, too, on a rare day of harmony at the dedication of the younger Bush’s presidential library that glossed over the hard edges and partisan divides of five presidencies spanning more than three tumultuous decades.
The hospital-room questioning of the surviving suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings is generating concern about whether he should have been interrogated without first being told of his constitutional rights to silence and a lawyer – and, conversely, whether federal agents actually should have had more time with him before he was read his rights.
The Boston Marathon bombers were headed for New York to blow up their remaining explosives in Times Square before they were intercepted by police in a blazing gunbattle, officials said Thursday.