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The story behind the Honolulu Police Department’s #LipSyncChallenge video

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The Honolulu Police Department has finally joined the summer’s hottest public safety social media campaign, producing a slick video with officers dancing and performing from Waikiki to Chinatown. Read More

Hawaii income stats climb, but so does the cost of living

Hawaii household and family incomes rose again last year to remain among the highest in the nation, according to the latest information from the U.S. Census Bureau. Read More

Katherine Kealoha resigns as Honolulu deputy prosecutor

Katherine Kealoha has resigned as deputy prosecutor with the City and County of Honolulu, the city announced Monday. Read More

Hawaii appeals decision to allow guns in public

The ruling is based on a fundamental misunderstanding of Hawaii law, the petition says. Read More

Hawaii appeals decision to allow guns in public

The ruling is based on a fundamental misunderstanding of Hawaii law, the petition says. Read More

Olivia fades away from Hawaii, but its moisture still tormenting Hawaiian isles

While former Tropical Storm Olivia was losing its bluster hundreds of miles from the islands, its lingering moisture Thursday continued to torment the islands. Read More

Hearing set for OHA trustee accused of ethics violations

A contested case hearing over alleged ethics violations has been scheduled next month for Office of Hawaiian Affairs trustee Rowena Akana, who is accused of breaking the state’s gifts law, gifts reporting law and fair-treatment law. Read More

Isles appear to dodge major damage from Olivia

Tropical Storm Olivia blew through the Hawaiian Islands Wednesday but not before leaving a soggy trail of fallen trees, swollen streams, landslides and power outages. Read More

Judge finds Kawananakoa unfit to change her $215M trust

Abigail Kawananakoa’s bid to regain control of her $215 million trust was blocked in court Monday by a judge who concluded the woman’s mental capacity is impaired due to the stroke she suffered last year. Read More

Judge rules Abigail Kawananakoa unfit to change her $215 million trust

Campbell Estate heiress Abigail Kawananakoa today was blocked in her bid to regain control of her $215 million trust. Read More

Shark-bite victim saved by surfers

A 23-year-old man was set to undergo surgery Sunday, a day after he was attacked by a shark in the waters off Pounders Beach near Laie. Read More

Officials urge residents to get ready as Hurricane Olivia approaches the islands

Hawaii residents on Sunday were urged to remain vigilant and be prepared as Hurricane Olivia swirled closer to the islands. Read More

Remember Iselle? Olivia is becoming a growing threat, so don’t be caught off guard

As of Friday evening all of the islands from Oahu to Hawaii were sitting within Olivia’s cone of uncertainty along the hurricane’s projected path. Read More

After Olivia we might get a 2-week break

First there was Hector, followed by Lane. Next it was Miriam, with Norman on her heels. Olivia is on the horizon and appearing to threaten the islands next week. Read More

Court transparency in question in Kawananakoa case

As the fate of Abigail Kawananakoa’s $215 million trust is debated in probate court, a related issue continues to nag the parties in the case. Read More

Mental capacity at core of Kawananakoa case

The Honolulu tax attorney who drafted Abigail Kawananakoa’s $215 million trust says the Campbell Estate heiress was always adamant about protecting the largest part of her estate for the Native Hawaiian community. Read More
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Federal response to Hurricane Lane ‘just the beginning’

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Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen arrived in Hawaii on Thursday, one week after rain from Hurricane Lane began pounding Hawaii island, and said the federal government will continue to respond in the wake of the powerful storm. Read More
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Homeland Security’s Kirstjen Nielsen says federal disaster support for Hawaii ‘just beginning’

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One week after Hurricane Lane began pounding Hawaii island, U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen said today that the federal government will continue to respond to the devastation in the wake of the storm. Read More
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Remnants of Lane take final blows on Kauai

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Residents of flood-prone areas of Koloa were being urged to evacuate their homes today following reports of rising stream levels on Kauai. Read More

Some parts of Kauai cut off because of flooding

Parts of Kauai’s north shore are cut off because heavy rains have closed roads. Read More

Miriam to grow into hurricane but miss Hawaii

Tropical Storm Miriam continued its steady march toward Hawaii on Monday, but National Weather Service forecasters said the cyclone, expected to intensify into a hurricane, is likely to veer off to the north well before approaching the islands. Read More

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