LIHUE — Authorities are reporting a fourth visitor has drowned this year off Hawaii’s Kauai Island.
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HONOLULU — A 39-year-old man is under arrest in connection with a stabbing at a Waikiki hotel that left a man in serious condition.
HONOLULU — A deal to preserve more than 665 acres from development in the Turtle Bay area of Oahu has hit money problems.
HONOLULU — A legislative committee has approved a bill related to Hawaii’s health exchange, but it removed a key part of the proposal that would allow the exchange to issue $28 million in debt financing.
PEARL HARBOR — When a Vietnam veteran briefly stopped in Hawaii on his way home from war, he vowed to return one day to honor the people who perished during the attack on Pearl Harbor. With just less than two months to live, Joseph Hooker realized his longtime dream on Wednesday.
HONOLULU — Hawaii officials say a long-vacant state building in Honolulu will finally be renovated and used again.
HAGATNA, Guam — Officials say nearly 100 Guam Air National Guard members will be deployed to Afghanistan in the fall.
HONOLULU — Hawaii’s court system has improved the way it serves people with limited English skills, the U.S. Department of Justice said.
HONOLULU — The Senate Judiciary Committee approved a bill on Tuesday that could make voting by mail the norm in Hawaii.
KAHULUI — Maui ocean safety officials have closed the beach and waters off Kaa Point because of a decomposing baby whale that’s attracting sharks.
LAS VEGAS — U.S. marshals say a 48-year-old fugitive sought in Honolulu in a home contractor theft case has been arrested in Las Vegas.
WAILUKU — A ferry that runs between Molokai and Maui is reducing service in an attempt to stay afloat.
LIHUE — Authorities say two people have drowned in separate incidents off Hawaii’s Kauai Island.
A bill that would require a comprehensive financial, management and program audit of the Hawaii Department of Education will be heard Wednesday by a state Senate committee.
HONOLULU — More than 13 miles of Hawaii beaches have been lost to erosion in the past century, and lawmakers are tackling the problem by attempting to secure more money for beach restoration.