The Queen’s Health Systems announced today that The Queen’s Medical Center-West Oahu campus will be opening and accepting patients on May 20.
Gov. Neil Abercrombie announced Tuesday his nomination for associate justice to the state Supreme Court. Judge Michael D. Wilson , 60, has served on the First Judicial Circuit since 2000.
A Brown Water Advisory is being issued for the island of Kauai, from Waimea to Kealia due to heavy rains.
The Board of Water Supply is alerting the public about an incident, which occurred late last week, that involved a customer who was the victim of a telephone scheme to fraudulently collect money.
Opponents of Honolulu’s rail project have lost their latest challenge to the project.
Singer-songwriter Bob Dylan is scheduled to perform two concerts in Hawaii.
A public hearing on the use of remote-controlled aircraft to gather information gets underway at 10 a.m. Tuesday.
The U.S.S. Lake Erie is headed to the western Pacific Tuesday morning.
It’s a problem in every community — vandals spray painting graffiti. A bill moving through the Hawaii State Legislature could help curb the problem.
A 2-year-old boy was found at the bottom of the Kihei Aquatic Center pool by his aunt on Maui.
When a life-threatening emergency strikes every second counts. How quickly can first-responders reach you?
Scientists with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association are keeping an eye on a whale off Kona.
In the one-ring phone scheme, a computer makes thousands of calls to random cell phone numbers by ringing just once, enough to leave a missed call on the phone.
The Kamehameha butterfly was officially adopted as the Hawaii state insect in 2009, but its future could be in jeopardy.
A Kapolei woman is shaken after her home was burglarized during a family party. It’s a crime that’s happening so often, experts are no longer surprised.
The USS Missouri Memorial Association is honoring several volunteers and organizations for their dedicated service to perpetuating the legacy of America’s last battleship.
An Ohio bus driver has been suspended without pay and could lose her job after slapping an eight-year-old autistic boy who she said was “acting out” on the bus.
A $10,000 reward will be given to anyone who can provide information leading to the rescue or recovery of Carly “Charli” Scott. Maui Crime Stoppers will process all tips regarding Scott’s disappearance and distribute the reward.
WASHINGTON (CNN) — President Lincoln’s legacy looms over the Capital in the shape of his century-old memorial.
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