Pearl Harbor visitors may have been pleasantly surprised, but others visiting national parks across the state did have to contend with park …
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They were hoping emergency officials would help calm their concerns.
Holding restaurants accountable – that’s the purpose behind the health department’s online inspection reports.
Hawaii is the only state where the flu is not widespread.
According to accountants and authorities, scammers are continuing to step up their game when it comes to convincing you to hand over your mo…
In the wake of this weekend’s false alarm, many people around the state are criticizing the Ige administration for what happened,
A false alarm regarding a ballistic missile threat sent people into a panic Saturday morning. There was no actual threat to Hawaii. But the …
For the first time ever, Hawaii voters will be able to go to their polling place, register to vote, and cast a ballot on the same day.
While it might not sound urgent, doctors say the fluid is one of the first things they use to keep people alive.
Flu season has already started to take its toll on much of the country.
Crews arrived to find one unit fully involved in flames, and a third alarm was called at 7:04 p.m.
Although TheCab has taken a hit, local customers are still calling.
Tuesday marks the beginning of what some retailers label the post-Christmas “return-a-thon.”
Hinano Nelson says he’s made more than a dozen trips to the dump, clearing out everything the flood destroyed.
Sandie Delima says a nearby irrigation ditch overflowed and flooded her Wailuku home. Her husband made it home just in time to save their tw…
If your cell phone has been ringing off the hook with numbers you don’t recognize, you’ve got plenty of company.
Experts say malls are going beyond retail, seeking out gyms, entertainment facilities, even condos.
The approved interim rate will increase the typical Oahu monthly residential bill for 500 kilowatt hours by about $2.82.
According to the city, road repaving efforts have cut down on the number of potholes filled by crews each year.
Next year, home owners all over Oahu will be seeing a jump in the assessed value of their homes, which in turn, means they could pay more in…