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Hyundai and Kia recalling 168,000 cars over engine fire problem

The affiliated Korean automakers have been dogged by fire and engine failure complaints from across the nation.

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  Jaylin Kema, mother of ‘Peter Boy’ Kema, dies

They came together to rescue horses. Now they’re the ones in need of help

Former airport worker turned Hawaii restaurateur gives hot meals to federal workers

5 arrested after members of sovereignty group storm OHA offices

  Bodysurfer who died at Pipeline was well-known North Shore wave rider

A respected member of Hawaii’s surfing community and a self-described ‘barrelholic’ died Thursday
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Hotel dishwasher awarded $21 million after ex-employer made her work on Sundays

Marie Jean Pierre, 60, a former employee at Conrad Miami said the company violated her civil rights.

  Forecast: Fast-moving front bringing showers, slight chance of thunderstorms

Kauai man who died after Kalaheo crash identified

Oceangoers spotted walking on sperm whale carcass off Oahu

Can furloughed federal workers in Hawaii apply for unemployment? Yes, but ...

Hundreds mark 126 years since overthrow of Hawaiian kingdom

Government shutdown holding up recovery funds for lava-ravaged Big Island communities

Gabbard: ‘I’m deeply sorry’ for past anti-LGBTQ beliefs and comments

Katherine Kealoha’s attorney seeks to delay trial due to government shutdown

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  Giuliani: ‘I never said there was no collusion’ between Trump campaign, Russia

Giuliani, Trump's personal attorney, made the bombshell statement Wednesday, in an interview with CNN's Chris Cuomo.

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  ‘Its a great feeling’: Polynesian Bowl football players spend afternoon giving back

It was a very special afternoon at Shriner hospital as members of the Polynesian Bowl took the opportunity to spend some time with some kids who are a lot less fortunate.

  A friendship forged on the gridiron

  Polynesian Bowl players, coaches reflect on ’very humbling’ trip to Pearl Harbor, USS Arizona Memorial

Today’s visit to Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial was a humbling one. And an experience that puts everything in perspective.

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  ‘Who’s next?’: Legal experts weigh in on widening public corruption investigation

Man arrested in connection with bomb threat at Hawaii Convention Center

Forecast: Cold front approaching with possible thunderstorms

DPS says Hawaiian activist was arrested for not having a license

Water main break reported in Nuuanu

Repairs are ongoing.
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  Mother burned when sippy cup exploded in her face, she says

An attorney says the company who makes the sippy cup doesn’t believe an explosion could have happened if the cup was being used properly and wants to do testing on it.

Silent march planned at HNL airport to protest government shutdown

Cat scratch disease: It’s rare, but a UH study says Hawaii kids are more vulnerable

Big Island’s first medical marijuana dispensary opens to long lines — and relieved customers

More Hawaiian names proposed for Kilauea’s ‘Fissure 8.’