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A Gubernatorial Candidate Forum featuring 2014 Democratic candidates Governor Neil Abercrombie and State Senator David Ige was held at the Japanese Cultural Center last month.
This satellite image shows clouds associated with what's left of former Tropical Storm Fausto moving towards Hawaii Thursday afternoon.
Police are looking for TWO men wanted for robbing the Longs Drugs at the Waipahu Town Center.
Starfish Prime was a 1.4 megaton thermonuclear weapon, one of only five the United States tested in outer space.
Council Chairman Ernie Martin and Budget Chairwoman Ann Kobayashi made the remarks at Wednesday's Council meeting.
A hiker at Manoa Falls trail was injured after sliding 30 to 40 feet, according to Honolulu Emergency Medical Services.
The Honolulu City Council continues to discuss several bills that would make it illegal to lie down on sidewalks or go to the bathroom in public.
Carol Asentista boxes a dozen coco puffs for a customer at the original Liliha Bakery location.
A 75-year-old Honolulu man making his daily trek to a gas station to buy a morning newspaper was struck and killed by suspected drunken driver.
Jurors and alternates have been selected for the retrial of a federal agent charged with murder in a shooting at a Waikiki fast-food restaurant.
After months of construction --- the Downtown Walmart is opening its doors this morning.
A company growing food fish in giant pens off the North Kona coast proposes to more than double its operation by increasing both the number and size of its pens.
La Mer Nail Institute, a beauty school offering training courses for aspiring nail technicians to qualify for the state licensing exam, has opened in the Honolulu neighborhood of Kakaako, the owner told PBN.
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There's another scam that's circulating. The FBI in Honolulu is warning Hawaii residents about a jury duty scam that attempts to trick people into paying $500.
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