The 19-6 vote named Sen. Ron Kouchi of Kauai the Chamber’s new chief.
It’s one of the biggest crackdowns in years and a huge victory for a neighborhood fed up with illegal activity.
The bottom five states, according to the study, are New Jersey, West Virginia, Kentucky, Hawaii and Louisiana.
Meanwhile, Mayweather said in a text that he would welcome a rematch with Pacquiao.
Nine-year-old Brianne Kirk is thought to be with her non-custodial parent somewhere on the Big Island.
The state is one step away from potentially purchasing a building in downtown Honolulu. On Tuesday, the full House and Senate passed House B…
It’s a veritable “Lego Land” — a room of bins to organize his huge colorful collection.
Two dozen students from St. Andrew’s Preparatory School for Boys flew kites with their families in Kaimuki.
Linda Lingle will make an annual salary of $198,000, more than she made when she was running the state.
This was the fifth promoting prostitution case to result in prison time since 2010.
While helicopters allow easy access, they remain in short supply because of aid missions across parts of Nepal.
Rescuers found the group, after hiking into the Commando Trail, at an area known as the “Lava Tube.”
U.S. Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard recently voted in favor of the National Defense Authorization Act of 2016.
Inspired by the learning conditions of their peers, five high school students created Fahrenheit 73.
The victims’ families expressed anger, devastation and raw emotion in court.
Detectives recovered a bullet from inside a home on Leilani Blvd.
Concerned Maili residents are upset at several NOAA volunteers who they say are harassing a pregnant monk seal.
EMS director Mark Rigg says this past weekend — four Oahu ambulance units had to temporarily close for 12-hours due to personnel on leave, …
A scary day at Leahi Hospital on Monday afternoon after a small fire prompted an evacuation.
Police say a father and his young daughter are among the victims of a shooting while his wife remains hospitalized after suffering three gun…
Alexandra Skrocki, 17, of Honolulu and Kaytlen Akau, 13, of Lihue, were honored at The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards.
Jack Wolfgramm from Hana is currently homeschooled while Sierra Hirayama from Kaneohe attends Kamehameha Schools in Kapalama.