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Pearl Harbor shipyard changes planned to meet submarine need

Pearl Harbor shipyard changes planned to meet submarine need


Sign installation to close Halawa lane

The westbound lane of Halawa Valley Street will be closed between Iwaiwa Street and the Ulune Extension overnight Monday and Tuesday for the installation of new signs and sign structures, the state Department of Transportation said. Read More

911 Report

Microwave fire causes $320K in damage at Waikiki Banyan

Honolulu firefighters determined a microwave failure sparked a high-rise building fire that was extinguished by an automatic fire sprinkler on Friday. Read More

Vital Statistics

Hawaii real estate sales

Derived from Hawaii Bureau of Conveyances Tax Data. Information deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Read More

Kokua Line

Kokua Line: Energetic Bruno Mars fans not seen as threat to Aloha Stadium

Readers had questions after Bruno Mars wrapped up his “24K Magic” tour with three concerts at Aloha Stadium. Read More

Lee Cataluna

Lee Cataluna: When hype overpowers fact, we get mongoosed

Overheated public relations campaigns and news coverage that unquestioningly repeats a press release are not exclusive to our current era. Take the case of the mongoose’s introduction to Hawaii. Read More

Incidental Lives

Incidental Lives: 72-year-old new lawyer starts quest for justice

Among family, friends and even casual acquaintances, 72-year-old Honolulu resident Kay Lorraine is well known for meeting challenges with a shrug, a smile and healthy dose of humor. Read More


flASHback: There’s rain on the tracks and varmints in the hale

It’s the last Sunday in October and time to “flASHback” on the month’s news that amused and confused. Read More

Facts of the Matter

Column: Often misunderstood, zero remains a puzzle

Zero, nothing, zilch, nada? The number zero is a misunderstood enigma. Its place in our number system is relatively recent, appearing much later than the Arabic numerals we use to display number digits. Read More

Volcanic Ash

Volcanic Ash: Lt. Gov. needs a real job or save us the big salary

Hawaii LGs have struggled to find meaningful roles since statehood. They come into office with grand plans, only to find themselves toiling at the governor’s whim with assignments that are often menial. Read More


Skywatch: Stars’ ascent signals arrival of makahiki

The arrival of the constellation Makali‘i after sunset on the eastern horizon heralds the beginning of the Read More

Ocean Watch

Ocean Watch: Even a walk down a pier has potential for adventure

Back when we moored our sailboat Honu on the outer row of the Ala Wai Boat Harbor, every walk down the pier was a potential adventure. Read More

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