Numerous roadways — including Ala Moana Boulevard, Nimitz Highway and portions of the H-1 and H-3 freeways — will be closed this morning for a triathlon, state officials said.
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A Kauai Circuit judge has sentenced a former Boys &Girls Club of Hawaii volunteer to 15 years in prison for sexually assaulting a girl and attempting to sexually assault another child.
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A Buddhist minister, who conducted services at his Diamond Head home, and his wife were each sentenced to two years in federal prison Thursday for intentionally failing to report as income more than $2.3 million in donations to their Sun Mission and...
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A boat that ran aground off Waikiki while transporting foreign fishermen to work in Hawaii’s commercial fishing industry has raised new questions about the safety and working conditions for foreign laborers in this unique U.S. fleet.
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State emergency planners have released their first public service announcement related to North Korea preparedness, a nonthreatening 30-second video that doesn’t specifically mention the rogue nation or remote possibility of a nuclear attack on...
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The state Land Use Commission has approved one of two petitions by corn seed producer Monsanto to restrict portions of farmland the company owns on Oahu and Molokai for agriculture use under a state law aimed at preserving prime farmland.
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Three weeks after the Thirty Meter Telescope was granted its construction permit, the developer and eventual operator of the planned $1.4 billion cutting-edge observatory says it is still evaluating its next move.
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The federal indictment of Deputy Prosecutor Katherine Kealoha on charges ranging from bank fraud to obstruction of justice raises enough red flags that prosecutors should review all the cases she’s worked on the past several years to ensure they were...
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ORPHEUS ISLAND, AUSTRALIA >> After nearly a week of snorkeling on the outer reefs of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, stormy weather forced Craig and I to sail our 37-foot boat, Honu, back to the shelter of this island. Although Orpheus is also a...
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Honolulu’s former police chief and his city deputy prosecutor wife were arrested Friday in the most significant case of alleged public abuse of power in state history, and prosecutors said the investigation could lead to even further charges.
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Waipahu High School officials say their campus has been a constant target of theft and vandalism, and now crooks are stealing from the school's greenhouse where students have spent months growing native plants.
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You have insurance for your car, health and home just in case the worst happens. Now more and more artists are buying terrorism insurance, and it could be directly impacting your wallet.
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The State Sheriff Special Operations Fugitive Unit, attached to the FBI Violent Crime Task Force, and working in cooperation with the ATF, Honolulu Police Department and FBI, arrested a wanted fugitive.
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A boat that ran aground off Honolulu while transporting foreign fishermen to work in Hawaii's commercial fishing industry has raised new questions about the safety and working conditions for foreign laborers in this unique U.S. fleet.
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10/20/2017
Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello says the death toll from Hurricane Maria has risen to 49 in the U.S. territory after officials confirmed a death from a bacterial disease that spreads through animals' urine.
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The winds will ease slightly today as the high pressure fan far to our north drifts a little more eastward, but you can expect that our winds will remain at moderate levels across the state.
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Renowned hula dancer Beverly Kaui Rivera Noa of Honolulu, known to many for her trademark performance of “Lovely Hula Hands,” died early Thursday morning at The Queen’s Medical Center after a battle with cancer. She was 84.
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Question: There is a homeless man who stays in the small park across from my apartment building. It’s very sad, but also frustrating because an ambulance is called to assist him so often. … Once the ambulance arrives, he usually tries to wave it off or...
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More than 40 percent of Hawaii children have experienced trauma including the death, divorce or incarceration of a parent, and violence, drug abuse or mental illness in the home, a federal study shows.
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A federal grand jury tasked with deciding whether criminal charges should be brought against retired Honolulu Police Chief Louis Kealoha, wife and Deputy City Prosecutor Katherine Kealoha and other HPD officers, wound up two years of hearings Thursday,...
10/20/2017
Among the unresolved inquiries: Why were the Americans apparently caught by surprise? Why did it take two additional days to recover one of the four bodies after the shooting stopped? Was the Islamic State responsible?
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Located next to a bus stop on Hotel Street in Chinatown business at Fred's Sundries often comes in waves. Owner Ra Long says those busy times are what shoplifters prey on.
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10/20/2017
A deal has been struck to sell the Turtle Bay Resort and the buyer is New-York based real estate investment firm Blackstone.  According to a report by Real Estate Alert, Blackstone is paying $330 million for the hotel.
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10/19/2017
The U.S. government is urging that large, personal electronic devices like laptops be banned from airline checked luggage because of the potential for a catastrophic explosion and fire.
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