“(Honolulu’s rail project) has become a poster boy for how politics, incompetence, disinformation and outright lies are at the root of waste…
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A teacher says anything that cuts down on bullying adds to the learning environment.
Our total time from Ala Moana to the Ainakoa light, just over 18 minutes.
An expert says North Korea does not have the capability to launch a successful nuclear strike against the U.S.
The man sustained severe injuries to his leg and was transported to Wilcox Hospital.
The bill would give the green light for red light cameras to be installed at intersections around the state.
A road in Aiea that’s notorious for speeding will be getting a face lift to slow drivers down.
The health department officials who tell us there’s been an increase of cases of rat lungworm disease on Maui.
Airport workers say a leaky roof has been a problem that’s gone on for years.
They’ll be looking for everything from too many people on a boat to people boating while intoxicated.
Some try to escape the parking perils in Kailua and Lanikai by riding a bike but that’s created new issues.
What was supposed to be a fresh start for a Hawaii Island family has now turned into a nightmare.
Leisha Ramos says she and her family moved from Hawaii Island to Oahu, and she brought over her 2-year-old pit bull, Kaiele.
A woman was killed while trying to walk across a street in Kapolei in 2015. Now residents are working to make the area safer.
HFD and the union says having their meals paid for is necessary.
Since the state began sharing high bacteria level information with the public in January, signs have been posted nine times.
A service for victims of domestic violence is seeking help to stay alive.
So far, 209 schools have air conditioners in the classroom, 139 had ceiling fans installed, and seven schools received electrical upgrades.
Work on the park is ongoing and the city is looking for an eight digit sum to continue the improvements.
A heavily used on-ramp is about to close for two weeks, but could it be shut down for good?