The conduct of a 29-year-old man convicted of killing and dismembering his business partner in a marijuana-growing operation was egregious enough to warrant life in prison plus 30 consecutive years, a judge ruled on Friday.
As work accelerates on Honolulu's multibillion-dollar rail transit system, the upcoming fiscal year will be the "single largest" for issuing construction awards — and the massive project will need to borrow hundreds of millions of dollars when revenues don't keep pace with costs, rail officials say.
Oahu communities will need to rely on their own people and resources during a natural disaster, but a city official stressed that too few areas are adequately prepared to respond to hurricanes, tsunamis, flooding or other calamities.
Sales of residential real estate at resorts statewide rose in average price last year to end four consecutive years of declines, according to a report by local housing market researcher Ricky Cassiday.
Aquarium’s birthday brings art, activities • Opera event geared for younger crowd • Head to the library for spring break learning and fun
As the third seed in the Big West tournament, the Hawaii Rainbow Wahine had legitimate hopes of reaching their first conference championship game in 12 years. But then along came Poly.
After steadily improving over the first month of the season, Hawaii's bullpen fell apart on Friday night. Nevada rallied with five runs off two UH relievers as Austin Byler hit a three-run triple with two outs in the eighth inning to give Nevada a 7-4 win over the Rainbow Warriors in the opener of a four-game series.
Charismatic performers and fascinating musical instruments highlight the Hawai'i Symphony Orchestra's spring season, which should provide enchanting moments for symphonic music lovers and some interesting challenges for the still-young orchestra. Story »