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HONOLULU — Vintage Love’s Bakery aloha shirts, signs, equipment, leftover ingredients and some baked goods are being auctioned off after the closure of the state’s oldest and largest commercial bakery.
HONOLULU — Members of the Honolulu Police Commission on Wednesday questioned a deputy chief about why the department won’t release body camera footage from officers who shot and killed a 16-year-old boy.
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Mala‘ai, the Culinary Garden of Waimea Middle School, will be featured in a coast-to-coast virtual tour of school gardens from Hawaii Island to Washington D.C. on Tuesday.
A 37-year-old Army active duty soldier charged with manslaughter in connection with the death of a fellow visitor from Pittsburgh has been granted permission to leave the state.
The number of vaccinated Hawaii residents is nearing 1.1 million.
The Hawaii Supreme Court has indefinitely suspended Hilo attorney Brooks L. Bancroft from the practice of law, effective April 16.
WAILUKUn — Maui will soon require a second COVID-19 test for trans-Pacific travelers arriving on the island.
Hawaii County is preparing three major road resurfacing projects to meet the “shovel-ready” requirement of the American Jobs Plan.
HONOLULU — Dozens of people gathered in Honolulu’s Waikiki neighborhood over the weekend following two recent police shootings in Hawaii.
HONOLULU — The Honolulu Police Department will not release body camera footage worn by the officers who shot and killed a 16-year-old boy because juveniles were involved, a spokesperson said in a statement Tuesday.