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The former director of public affairs took money for authoring emails to top Navy officials on behalf of a contractor convicted of bribery and fraud.
The University of Hawaii Applied Research Laboratory is closing in on a new $80 million contract for cybersecurity and renewable energy research.
Survivors of the atomic bomb dropped on Japan during World War II visited Pearl Harbor and spoke at the University of Hawaii.
On the heels of last week’s election, Veterans Day was an ideal time for elected officials to re-dedicate themselves to duty, honor, country, and service before self.
The POW/MIA forensic lab in Hawaii has more than 1,400 service members who have been missing in action, some for decades.
Court documents allege Sgt. 1st Class Ikaika Kang told informants that if he joined the Islamic State he would become a suicide bomber and attack Schofield barracks.
Waianae Coast cultural practitioners have long battled for the public’s right to visit parts of a military reservation.
UPDATED: The vice president comes to Honolulu for a ceremony as the remains of U.S. service members arrive from North Korea.
If signed by the mayor, the exemption would cost Honolulu an estimated $1 million a year.