The head of counterterrorism at London's Metropolitan Police, says four people have died in the terror incident in London, including an attacker and a police officer.
Michigan students recite pi, sling pie, as teachers 'pied'
Students at a Detroit-area school celebrated pi by throwing a pie in the face of their favorite teacher. Tuesday is March 14, or 3.14, which is the first three digits of pi.
Cops want to find the awful person who tortured a cat with hot glue
People across the world have sent in donations to help catch the person responsible for what Utah shelters officials call "one of the worst cases of animal abuse."
Tamashiro Market worker tests positive for hepatitis A
State health officials confirmed an additional case of hepatitis A on Oahu in a food service worker at Tamashiro Market, located at 802 N. King St. in Honolulu. The employee worked from July 2 through July 23.
2 on missing plane found alive with minor injuries
Two missing people who were aboard a plane that went missing off Kailua-Kona Thursday afternoon have been found alive on Friday and are back on land, according to Coast Guard officials. They sustained minor injuries.
Washington, D.C. welcomes Hokule'a!
On Wednesday evening, the iconic Hawaiian voyaging canoe Hokule'a and her crew were greeted with a welcoming ceremony at the Washington Canoe Club on Water Street.
Honolulu's Imanas Tei ranked one of the best Japanese restaurants in US
Imanas Tei near the University of Hawaii at Manoa has been chosen by the website Time Out as one of the best Japanese restaurants in the U.S.
Hokulea arrives in Cuba
Hokulea, the legendary voyaging canoe from Hawaii internationally known for her pioneering travels, has reached another "first" in her Worldwide Voyage: arrival on the shores of Cuba.
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