LIHUE — Six sexual assault nurse examiners — Jennifer Antony, Charlene Ono, Ranelle Ka‘awa, Tami Ramil, Stephanie Huhn and Ceisha Judd — were recognized Monday by the Office of the Mayor and County Council, who brought forth a commendation and proclamation.
Elections officials warned Wednesday that shifting to voting by mail won’t mean that Hawaii election results will be available sooner.
Honolulu police say an armed robbery suspect is dead after five officers shot at him while he tried to flee in a stolen vehicle.
The family of a man killed in a machete attack is suing the Maui shopping center where the fatal assault happened for failing to provide adequate security, court records said.
A Hawaii man was surfing with his girlfriend when — instead of hanging 10 — he knelt down on one knee on his board and proposed.
Hawaii election officials were scheduled to brief lawmakers Wednesday about the start of all-mail voting next year.
The Honolulu City Council and Mayor Kirk Caldwell have approved a $214 million spending bill for the city rail project, officials said.
KAILUA-KONA — A 25-year-old Waimea man, who was arrested Sunday on suspicion of negligent homicide and DUI following a two-car crash near Kekaha Kai State Park in Kona that killed a 35-year-old mother and hospitalized three girls, has a prior conviction for drunken driving.
The National Tropical Botanical Garden and Kauai Community College’s collaborative Earth Matters public lecture series continues from 5:30 tonight as Kauai-based cultural anthropologist Dr. Mimi George and Permanent Secretary of the Vaka Taumako Project Meph Wyeth present part two of “We the Voyagers: Lata’s Children.”