A tropical storm watch, as well as a flash flood watch, is in effect for Hawaii Island and the island of Maui.
Officials don’t expect the effects to be as severe as past storms, like Iselle, but they are continuing to keep watch.
A high surf advisory for the east shores of Oahu is expected to be issued at midnight.
A total of 40 firefighters are on the lines, utilizing seven fire vehicles.
The DOE called it an isolated incident, while police told us it involves a juvenile.
The Hawaii County Council Finance Committee met on Tuesday over government issued credit cards or pCards.
The school’s administration will look into the status of the game and a decision could come as early as Thursday.
The Rainbow Warrior football team opened the door to what it hopes will be a program-changing 2015 season.
A crash caused a pole to lean dangerously over the road.
You may think the image was altered, but it’s actually a very real phenomenon called Kelvin–Helmholtz.
Businesses are hoping to find candidates to interview and potentially hire.
Eat the Street Ewa Beach will have a back-to-school theme, feature food from about 20 vendors, and include an “Ewa’s Got Talent” contest.
Deante Nelson-Williams will be sentenced in October.
The $229,900 project is expected to be completed in 120 calendar days.
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More than 2,500 astronomers from 75 countries are attending the conference.
The service is open to residents with a Hawaii driver’s license or state ID.
Nahla Nepaul-Singh was diagnosed with leukemia last year.
The flash flood watch will be in effect until 6 p.m. Thursday.
The early Tuesday morning fire happened on Poipu Road.
The crash was reported just before 10:30 p.m. Monday at Kahului Beach Road and Kaihee Place.
The chief of staff at Shriners Hospitals for Children and his medical team were in Saipan when the typhoon hit.