The Justice Department announced Wednesday that it is investigating whether major airlines are working together to keep ticket prices high.
KHON2 has an update on a story we’ve been following regarding emergency medical services shifts. Sources say there was a meeting Wednesday b…
The city is taking steps to finally clean a mess that’s plagued a Kaimuki neighborhood for years, as promised.
Her husband is expected to recover.
Several fireworks shows are planned throughout the state to end your Fourth of July holiday with a bang.
A big honor for a Big Island burger shop.
The medical examiner ruled Sheldon Haleck’s death a homicide after he was stunned twice by police near Iolani Palace.
During the hike, he called his mother several times by cell phone and indicated he had fallen and suffered minor injuries.
Kaiser offensive lineman Michael Eletise will join Mililani’s Vavae Malepeai and Kalakaua Timoteo as representatives at high school football…
Tua Tagovailoa, who holds 15 scholarship offers, was rated by Scout.com as the 124th overall prospect and No. 12 quarterback in 2017.
Ruben Settle, 38, pleaded guilty on March 12 to possessing with intent to distribute more than 500 grams of crystal methamphetamine.
Part of the obstacle has to do with enforcement, because the homeless have found a loophole.
The University of Hawaii says it hopes to reopen the road to Mauna Kea’s summit by next week.
The gun-shaped case is available at several online stores.
The space is slated to undergo a multimillion dollar renovation starting in spring 2016.
Barriers will be placed adjacent to the bike lane on the Lanikai loop.
Another former Honolulu police officer in trouble over a game room scuffle is coming clean about what he knew.
It happened at around 10:24 p.m. Tuesday on Leokane Street.
In order to attract pollinators, titan arum uses several tricks to convincingly mimic a rotting piece of meat.
The Crisis Line of Hawaii offers counseling and support to individuals who are contemplating suicide or experiencing other types of personal…
There were two incidents in May that may be the same individual.
Simple answer is no.