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Tuesday - 27th June, 2017
With hurricane season underway, state emergency managers are urging residents to gather up 14 daysâ...
Monday - 26th June, 2017
HMSA tweaks the way it pays to treat keiki
Dr. Jeremy Lam has treated some of the most vulnerable patients over 40 years as a Honolulu pediatri...
Sunday - 25th June, 2017
âHE DIDNâT DESERVE THISâ
Two months before police discovered 7-year-old Reef Aikau fatally stabbed in Pauoa, the man suspecte...
Saturday - 24th June, 2017
Getting the boot
Gov. David Ige said Friday he will likely veto a bill that would severely curtail and eventually end...
Friday - 23rd June, 2017
Rail station strategy proves costly
In 2015, amid mounting costs, Honolulu rail leaders boasted that their efforts to obtain lower bid p...
Thursday - 22nd June, 2017
KING TIDES ARE BACK
Hawaii will experience another round of exceptional king tides Friday and Saturday as some of the hi...
Wednesday - 21st June, 2017
TENANTS CASH IN DESPITE RISKS
Renters are the newest group trying to cash in on the profitability of Oahuâs vacation rental mark...
Tuesday - 20th June, 2017
HAVE A BLAST AT SCHOFIELD
General public can view July 4 fireworks show for the first time since 2012...
Monday - 19th June, 2017
Cemetery plan draws neighborsâ opposition
A developer calls it Serenity Gardens, but community reaction to a cemetery planned in a residential...
Sunday - 18th June, 2017
Three years. More than 46,000 miles. Nineteen countries. One last mile. Thousands of spectators gath...
Saturday - 17th June, 2017
Classroom-cooling program is heating up during summer
School contractors are expected to be busy over the next two months as the Department of Education r...
Friday - 16th June, 2017
PRAYERS AND PITCHES FOR REP. STEVE SCALISE
Patrick Conroy, the U.S. House chaplain, led a prayer at second base before the congressional baseba...
Thursday - 15th June, 2017
KALIHI IS DUE FOR 2-YEAR SEWER LINE PROJECT
The city expects to begin work next spring on a twoyear, $80 million project to install a major new ...
Wednesday - 14th June, 2017
Telescope case in judgeâs hands
More than a year after she gaveled open the first pre-conference meeting of the Thirty Meter Telesco...
Tuesday - 13th June, 2017
Challenge by Hawaii is upheld by court
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday ruled in favor of Hawaiiâs challenge of President ...
Monday - 12th June, 2017
SEA WALL AWASH WITH WAVES
The city is moving forward on plans to shore up a portion of the crumbling sea wall that protects Ka...
Sunday - 11th June, 2017
Our special section commemorates the historic voyage of the Hokule'a as it makes its way hom...
Saturday - 10th June, 2017
Flowers fit for a king
Honolulu Fire Department Capt. James âKimoâ Todd draped lei upon the Kamehameha statue at Aliâ...
Friday - 9th June, 2017
President lied, Comey tells senators
WASHINGTON >> James Comey, the recently fired FBI director, said Thu...
Thursday - 8th June, 2017
City budget ratchets up fees
Motor vehicle weight taxes, bus fares and parking rates will go up under a 2018 budget package appro...
Wednesday - 7th June, 2017
Rail hinges on bonds vote today
The cityâs troubled $10 billion rail project faces another critical vote today in the Hon...
Tuesday - 6th June, 2017
City clears state-owned median area along Nimitz
Within a few hours of the city sweeping a grassy median along busy Nimitz Highway on Monday morning,...
Monday - 5th June, 2017
Marijuana sales stall over OK of testing labs
More than a year after the state awarded its first eight medical marijuana dispensary licenses, thre...
Sunday - 4th June, 2017
City to sweep encampments on state-owned medians in Iwilei
The city plans to take a new approach this week to clear out a handful of persistent homeless encamp...
Saturday - 3rd June, 2017
âThere are few moments in American history in which the course of events tipped so suddenly and so dramatically as it did on June 4, 1942.â
Seventy-five years ago, 1,300 miles from Hawaii, U.S. forces turned back the Imperial Japanese Navy ...
Friday - 2nd June, 2017
OUTBREAK OF MUMPS REACHES 81 CASES
As the number of mumps cases in Hawaii reached a new high Thursday, health officials urged adults to...
Thursday - 1st June, 2017
Former police officer Joseph Acosta knows firsthand what itâs like to be homeless.
ALEA Bridge, aims to help people RISE UP
Joseph Acosta always thought there was a better way to deal with the homeless people he encountered ...
Wednesday - 31st May, 2017
Going for a spin
Mayor Kirk Caldwell captured the moment as a HART train made its first appearance on the elevated gu...
Tuesday - 30th May, 2017
Lantern-floating ceremony sends memories to sea
The moving and visually stunning Lantern Floating Hawaii ceremony remained hugely popular this year ...
Monday - 29th May, 2017
What goes here?
Valuable but largely underused land along Honoluluâs urban waterfront is being readied for develop...
Sunday - 28th May, 2017
Rent increases arrive for long-held parcels
The state Department of Land and Natural Resources has increased rents on nearly 300 month-to-month ...
Saturday - 27th May, 2017
ISLES HUNKER DOWN AS KING TIDES ROLL IN
The much-anticipated onset of the highest tides in more than a century spurred a flurry of precautio...
Friday - 26th May, 2017
DOE to stop ranking schools
Hawaii public schools starting this fall will no longer be ranked against each other on how well the...
Thursday - 25th May, 2017
Storm forecast leans toward higher activity
On the 25th anniversary of the season that brought devastating Hurricane Iniki to the islands, Natio...
Wednesday - 24th May, 2017
Despite relatively low spending on parks, Honolulu scored in the top third in an annual ranking of u...
Tuesday - 23rd May, 2017
Isles rank second across the nation in consumer debt
Hawaiiâs high cost of living has given residents the dubious honor of having the second-highest co...
Monday - 22nd May, 2017
Tides carry flood threat
A rare convergence of rising sea levels with some of the highest tides of the year could cause episo...
Sunday - 21st May, 2017
Lone legislator snuffs settlement
After years of legal wrangling, the state and advocates for foster parents thought they had a deal t...
Saturday - 20th May, 2017
State officials welcome new head of schools
Christina Kishimoto, an Arizona schools chief who is credited with helping turn around struggling ma...
Friday - 19th May, 2017
Of research and dolphins
Hoku, a 27-year-old Atlantic bottlenose dolphin, doesnât look much like a laboratory rat as he pla...
Thursday - 18th May, 2017
RETAIL VILLAGE SET FOR EWA BEACH
The developer of a residential and resort community in Ewa Beach has decided what it wants to anchor...
Wednesday - 17th May, 2017
âI never quit, especially when things get tough.â
U.S. Sen. Mazie Hirono has been diagnosed with advanced kidney cancer and is scheduled to undergo su...
Tuesday - 16th May, 2017
Struggling state loan program cannibalizes successful initiative
The state has taken money away from a successful energy program to give it to a failing one.&nbs...
Monday - 15th May, 2017
About a boy. The abuse. And a book of broken hearts.
She got the surprising news from her older brother. Chauntelle Acol, 28, learned that an online book...
Saturday - 13th May, 2017
POSSIBLE HEPATITIS A CASES AWAITED
State health officials are bracing for the first potential cases of hepatitis A two weeks after a sh...
Friday - 12th May, 2017
Board of Education derided
Kokua Line B2 Obituaries B7 Our View A14 Your Letters A14 Business Report B4 Stocks B6 UH softball C...
Thursday - 11th May, 2017
FEWER ON STREETS, EXCEPT ON OAHU
Hawaii had the highest per capita rate of homelessness in the nation in 2015, but new data show ther...
Wednesday - 10th May, 2017
More chow for more students
Starting next school year, 52 public schools will serve free breakfast and lunch to all 25,000 child...
Tuesday - 9th May, 2017
GROWING, GROWING WEST
The movie âSnatched,â which premieres Motherâs Day weekend, features a scene in which Goldie H...
Monday - 8th May, 2017
Doctors struggling to diagnose disease
It took several trips to doctors before Tatum Larson, a 24-year-old woman who had just moved to Maui...
Saturday - 6th May, 2017
MARINE MONUMENT UP FOR REVIEW
The Interior Department on Friday targeted the Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument as one of ...
Thursday - 4th May, 2017
IGE SAYS NO SPECIAL SESSION FOR RAIL
Gov. David Ige rejected the notion Wednesday of extending the 2017 legislative session to try to sal...
Tuesday - 2nd May, 2017
Rail on track, report says, but funds in flux
Railâs long-anticipated ârecovery plan,â finally released Monday after several deadline extens...
Monday - 1st May, 2017
Latest water volley won by Lanai owner Ellison
For the third time in three decades, the state Land Use Commission has come to a different conclusio...
Sunday - 30th April, 2017
MELODIES for MOM
Melveen Leed has sung for millions of people â at the Grand Ole Opry and Carnegie Hall and, for ma...
Saturday - 29th April, 2017
PLAN WOULD RAISE HOTEL TAX FOR RAIL
House and Senate negotiators tentatively agreed to a plan to increase the state hotel room tax to 12...
Friday - 28th April, 2017
Teachers approve 4-year contract
Hawaii public school teachers overwhelmingly voted in favor Thursday of a contract that will boost t...
Wednesday - 26th April, 2017
Mauiâs seafloor, coral reef erosion found to be severe
Researchers who examined Mauiâs nearshore waters in a study of changing sea depths discovered a re...
Monday - 24th April, 2017
Pill-size apparatus helps regulate hearts
An 86-year-old Oahu man who suffers from an abnormal heartbeat and shortness of breath Wednesday bec...
Saturday - 22nd April, 2017
GROUP HULA KAHIKO
>> Kelina Kiyoko Keâanoâilehua Tiffany Eldredge, above, danced her heart out and c...
Friday - 21st April, 2017
Miss Aloha Hula 2017
Kelina Kiyoko Keâanoâilehua Tiffany Eldredge of Halau Hiâiakainamakalehua was crowned Miss Alo...
Wednesday - 19th April, 2017
25 more years as âMoâ town
Itâs hard to imagine the Battleship Missouri Memorial anywhere but bow to bow with the sunken USS ...
Tuesday - 18th April, 2017
The word on the streets is that they are horrible
Oahuâs streets get sorry marks from likely voters, with only 1 percent ranking them as âvery goo...
Sunday - 16th April, 2017
âFinish rail but donât tax moreâ
The latest Hawaii Poll by the Honolulu Star-Advertiser suggests a majority of likely Oahu voters wan...
Saturday - 15th April, 2017
SHARK ATTACKS KAUAI VISITOR
As Ray Mac Pigott was paddling into shore Friday following his morning surf session at Davidsonâs ...
Thursday - 13th April, 2017
City plans Ala Wai footbridge
The city is moving forward with design and planning work for a pedestrian and bike bridge across the...
Wednesday - 12th April, 2017
Coke pitches in to help protect key source of drinking water
In a deal that state officials hope will be the first of more to come, the Coca-Cola Co. has agreed ...
Monday - 10th April, 2017
Specialists make clear North Korea poses threat
Nuclear arms experts think North Korea already has, or soon will have, the ability to target Hawaii ...
Sunday - 9th April, 2017
Friday - 7th April, 2017
Transfer of acreage celebrated as end of fight to preserve coast
Forty years of community protest, hard work and financial maneuvering culminated Thursday as officia...
Thursday - 6th April, 2017
Dad admits killing Peter Boy
HILO >> Peter âPeter Boyâ Kema Jr. should have been preparing to celebrate his 26t...
Tuesday - 4th April, 2017
Aloun Farms offering agricultural âcondosâ
Hawaiiâs second-largest diversified fruit and vegetable producer, Aloun Farms, has come up with a ...
Monday - 3rd April, 2017
It was move-in day Tuesday for five chronically homeless people who are part of a massive, all-hands...
Saturday - 1st April, 2017
SHOOTING PROVES CASE, HGEA SAYS
The head of the sheriffâs deputies union suing the state for using a private security company at H...
Friday - 31st March, 2017
Rise of the machines
The 2017 FIRST Robotics Competition Hawaii Regional opened Thursday at the Stan Sheriff Center. For ...
Wednesday - 29th March, 2017
SUGAR LIVES ON
Large-scale Hawaii sugar cane farming ceased in December after 181 years with the closure of a Maui ...
Tuesday - 28th March, 2017
Mariota cheered by get-well cards
When it was time for Tennessee Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota to begin rehabbing from December su...
Sunday - 26th March, 2017
University of Hawaii researchers have updated scientific models that confirm that low-lying areas of...
Thursday - 23rd March, 2017
DIAMOND HEAD HOMELESS CITED
Following six months of warnings, state law enforcement officers early Wednesday morning swept throu...
Tuesday - 21st March, 2017
CARGO SITE STALLS AMID LEGAL BATTLE
More than six years after the state awarded a contract to build a $73 million maintenance and cargo ...
Monday - 20th March, 2017
Low morale plagues staff at veteransâ medical offices
SECOND OF TWO PARTS The federal workers who tend to the health needs of Hawaiiâs veterans...
Saturday - 18th March, 2017
THE PRESIDENTâS 2018 BUDGET MORE LOSERS IN ISLES
The budgets of four nonprofits tasked with preventing and alleviating poverty in Hawaii could be sla...
Friday - 17th March, 2017
First cut is the deepest
Hawaii would stand to lose tens of millions of federal dollars annually that support services for th...
Wednesday - 15th March, 2017
2 agencies, costing $1M, to become established
It will cost more than $1 million for the city to fully establish two new agencies that Oahu voters ...
Tuesday - 14th March, 2017
Search for new schools chief back on after Galera withdraws
Darrel Galera â the retired public school principal who has been the center of controversy in the ...
Sunday - 12th March, 2017
MAYOR'S PLAN IS A STRETCH Caldwell says that his three-pronged strategy would add 800 units every year
Building 800 affordable homes annually on Oahu is a goal Mayor Kirk Caldwell laid down last month. I...
Saturday - 11th March, 2017
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR EYES MAUI SEAT
Shan Tsutsui says itâs âpretty certainâ he wonât seek another term as Hawaiiâs lieutenant ...
Thursday - 9th March, 2017
RENEWABLE ENERGY RISES
Hawaiian Electric Co. says itâs ahead of schedule in reaching the stateâs renewable energy goal,...
Wednesday - 8th March, 2017
Legislation OKâd to deny state a cut of Oahuâs revenue
The state Senate passed a proposal to deal with Oahuâs troubled transit project Tuesday, but not b...
Monday - 6th March, 2017
BREAKWATER BATTLE I donât believe that there has been a study about why the groin that is there has held for so long. âŚ They should take out the broken parts and repair the existing wall or replicate it.â
Aleading surfer group is mobilizing against a plan to replace the failing Royal Hawaiian Groin with ...
Sunday - 5th March, 2017
Navy subs still show issue with stealth coating
In 2010, when rubberlike quieting material started to peel off the hulls of newer Virginia-class sub...
Friday - 3rd March, 2017
âOld birdsâ fly away home
Itâs the end of an era for Navy patrol squadrons that have flown the sub-hunting and surveillance ...
Thursday - 2nd March, 2017
Budget plan raises fees, taxes
The $2.45 billion operating budget Mayor Kirk Caldwell plans to unveil today proposes a new trash pi...
Wednesday - 1st March, 2017
Monday - 27th February, 2017
Disregard of law causes EV parking shortage
The majority of parking lot owners have evaded a law that requires lots with 100 stalls or more to h...
Saturday - 25th February, 2017
RED-LIGHT CAMERA MEASURE ADVANCES
State lawmakers are cautiously moving ahead with a plan to deploy high-tech cameras for traffic enfo...