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House and Senate members are still negotiating on the version of House Bill 1926 they will send to the governor.
Honolulu police are investigating a robbery and stabbing. They say a 16-year-old teen was robbed on Pupu-kea Road in Hale-i-wa at 10-30 last night and was then stabbed.
Robertson Properties Group has won final approval from the Honolulu City Council for its $767 million mixed-use project on the site of the former Kam Drive-In near Pearlridge Center in Aiea, which would add as many as 1,500 residential units along with retail and office space.
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The University of Hawaii's athletic department wants to lease the former Sedona space at Ward Centre for a store called H-Zone, which would be more than double the size of the current Rainbowtique at the shopping center.
An operation to reduce crime in Kalihi led to 140 arrests and 115 citations over the weekend, Honolulu Police said Tuesday.
Ivanice "Ivy" Harris went missing after last being seen outside a Waikiki bar on May 16. Her body was later found on the Leeward Coast.
Construction cranes rise across urban Honolulu, shifting the skyline and promising change.
Thousands of anxious gamers got their hands on Sony's much-anticipated PlayStation 3 gaming console over the weekend - two weeks before its slated U.S. release on Nov. 17 - and the majority of users seemed pleased with their first experiences with the next-generation console, the Associated Press reports via BusinessWeek.com .
The fire originated at the back of the house in the outside patio, but investigators could not determine a cause because of the extensive damage, said Honolulu Fire Department spokesman David Jenkins.
You're invited to give your input on a city bill that would permit food trucks. Honolulu city officials want to hear from food truck owners and operators that would help them develop rules for the implementation of the bill.
An extensive survey of an area in Waimanalo has determined approximately 4 acres are infested with little fire ants, tiny invasive ants that can inflict painful stings.
The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration is launching a local emphasis program to prevent retail sector injuries and fatalities in Hawaii, Guam, American Samoa, and the Northern Mariana Islands.
Carol Zane Atkinson April 7, 2014 Carol Zane Atkinson, 89, of Rhinebeck, N.Y., a publishing editor in New York, died in Rhinebeck.