Since its launch in 2014, the Facebook page Stolen Stuff Hawaii has grown to over 100,000 members.
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More than 3,000 tickets were sold for showings at Consolidated Theatres Ward.
Kamehameha Schools identified one of the victims as Lynn Vogt, who had been with the school for more than three decades.
Kakaako Waterfront Park is still under repair.
Many in the North Shore community expressed heartbreak and disbelief, and say they’re still trying to make sense of such a tragic event.
Beginning at 12:30 a.m., one or more lanes will be closed and/or coned until the athletes complete each section of the course.
Police say an on-duty sergeant was driving a Toyota SUV in the far right lane when he hit the man.
You still have time to find the perfect tree, but vendors say this is usually the busiest weekend for tree sales so don’t wait too long.
There are several tips to keep in mind before, during, and after you enjoy your Thanksgiving meal.
A councilmember wants to see self-serve electronic kiosks in satellite city hall locations.
This was the first of several Hawaiian Airlines job fairs hosted exclusively for those looking for work due to the Island Air closure.
Is it illegal? What should you do if you become the target of online attacks?
If you experienced a phone, internet, or cable outage Thursday, you weren’t alone.
Police say the suspect walked into Rainbow Valley Supermarket, brandished a black handgun, and hit the store’s owner in the face and head.
Thousands of World War II veterans have come through here, polaroids line the walls from their visits.
The family of an elderly woman brutally murdered in Kunia is pleading for information to find her killer.
No one was hurt, but it’s the second incident like it in the last month.
Lifeguards have had to tell people to get off or stay away from the wreckage.
Without announcing a new sponsor, many are wondering if the contest will still happen this season.
Once completed, the development will add 3,500 residential housing units in Central Oahu.