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More voices need to be heard before the city goes forward with a privately funded playground in one of Honolulu’s most beloved parks.
Legal experts evaluate the tactic of coordinated outfits and public displays of affection.
A dramatic rescue on Maui brings back memories of an ill-fated Sierra Club excursion that included now-UH President David Lassner.
Even those big blue Postal Service containers have been stolen occasionally. But most mail thieves grab the contents and run — they don’t take the boxes.
The 120 bowls in varying shades of yellow are being taken to camps where innocent Japanese-Americans were imprisoned during World War II.
The state is in the process of signing the area over to the city but the deal is taking longer to work out.
David Watumull and Patsy Mink came long before her.
There are several theories about why the islands haven’t been hit as hard as the mainland, even though a lot of people here have prescriptions for painkillers.
A few suggestions for how to frustrate the callers who frustrate you. But use them on scammers, not legitimate telemarketers.
A nonprofit bringing food and hot shower services to Kakaako Gateway Park is sparking a debate about the downside of free meals in parks.
The voice on the phone is Mayor Kirk Caldwell. But it’s been lifted from a recording he made last year and now being used to falsely imply he’s currently stumping for Tommy Waters.
The architectural wonder of the Capitol building with open access to the public is beneficial to everyone except for the few sneaky lawmakers who want to hide.