Blackstone Said to Have Over $200 Million Profit in Hawaii Deal
The 1,230-room property on the Hawaiian island of Oahu is the latest in a series of overseas real estate purchases by closely held Mirae. Last year, the South Korean company bought the Fairmont Orchid hotel on the big island of Hawaii and the Fairmont ...
Twin sisters' bickering relationship ends in deadly crash
After a reality TV project fell through, the two descended into a cross-country spiral of business failures, debts, arguments and drunken run-ins with the law that all came to a tragic end last week, when their SUV plunged off a 200-foot cliff in ...
After twin sisters plummeted off a Hawaii cliff, one died. The other was charged with murder.
Hawaii cliff murder sisters are accused 'scammers' who led debauched life in Florida and Utah
Yoga teacher accused in twin sister's death in Hawaii
UNC basketball heads to New Orleans, Hawaii, Las Vegas in 2016-17
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North Carolina on Wednesday released its 2016-17 non-conference men's basketball schedule, filling in the gaps around a trio of anticipated road trips that could provide travel-minded Tar Heels fans with a worthy excuse to plan an enviable vacation or two.
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Ex-West Palm yoga instructor charged in Hawaii crash that killed twin
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Down a narrow, cliff-hugging road on the Hawaiian island of Maui, twin sisters Alison and Ann Dadow argued in an SUV loud enough for passersby to hear. One witness told police he saw the passenger, Ann, pulling the driver's hair. Maui police say Alison ...
Hawaii yoga teacher who drove her twin sister off a 200ft cliff charged with murder
Yoga Twins Blazed Path of Destruction Off Hawaiian Cliff
Judge denies bail for twin charged with killing sister in Hawaii crash
Hiker Nearly Falls Off Illegal Swing on Hawaii's Famous Stairway to Heaven
The gorgeous and highly off-limits Ha'iku Stairs in the hills of Oahu, Hawaii are sometimes known as the “Stairway To Heaven,” and thanks to a highly illegal swing that was built on one of the peaks, that name almost became literal for one recent hiker.
Crews remove illegal swing from Haiku Stairs
How Hawaii is setting an example for Tlingit language learners
The rain is not all Hawaii and Southeast Alaska has in common. Their indigenous languages were threatened by territorial legislation and English-only education policies in the 19th century. Twitchell estimates there are only 50 fluent Tlingit speakers ...
Hawaii to host professional tennis tournament
Billing it as “Hawaii's largest professional tennis tournament in decades,” the Hawaii Tourism Authority said the state will host the Hawaii Open in November. Details of the Nov. 20-27 Women's Tennis Association event are to be announced at a Thursday ...
Women's tennis tournament to be played in Hawaii
Tourism Authority selects new cultural affairs director
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Full List Of Candidates For Hawaii Island Elected Office
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HAWAII ISLAND – The Big Island now knows the full list of who is running for state and county office. Tuesday, June 7, was the deadline for political candidates to get on the 2016 election ballot. Candidates had until 4:30 p.m. to file nomination papers.
What the mainland can learn from Hawaii's road to 100% renewables
Even with the recent rapid growth of renewable energy in Hawaii's electricity sector, more than 80 percent of Hawaii's energy system-wide still comes from petroleum, making it the most oil-dependent state in the U.S. This historic reliance on petroleum ...
Miss Hawaii Was Asked a Controversial Question About Voting and the Internet Was Not Happy
During the “final question” round of the pageant for the remaining five contestants, Miss Hawaii—that's Chelsea Hardin—was asked by judge Laura Brown what her vote would be in the presidential campaign. “If the election were held tomorrow, would you ...
Miss Hawaii USA has one more answer to that controversial question
Miss USA's runner-up Miss Hawaii is asked if she would vote for Clinton or Trump
After tough question in finals, Miss Hawaii USA gets the last laugh