Most city parks on Oahu are off-limits from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m., but some say those hours lead to problems.
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We’re seeing the tail end of the king tides but they’re still high enough to make an impact.
Bicycle safety experts say drivers need to be more aware of their surroundings, especially with more bike lanes popping up.
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Today, there’s no trace left of the home. Neighbors tell us new owners built a two-story home this year.
The pump that failed today was the largest.
Not as many people are going to college.
Maui Grown Therapies is now able to sell dried medical cannabis flowers to registered patients.
The theft discovered until about four hours later when a Facebook post described how a county bus sideswiped a vehicle.
The plates were released Monday and cost $35.50. For every plate, $18 will go directly to the two parks.
The state recently updated its report on how many kids miss school, and school officials say those numbers are concerning.
Lealyn Poponi says her friends lived life to the fullest, and inspired her and others to be better people.
The clearance signs attracted shoppers, but many of them came to say their last goodbye’s to their favorite stores.
Honolulu police officers have 90 days to educate the public about the new rule.
This is the first time in 12 years that the Honolulu Liquor Commission is proposing a fee increase.
The bill would ban stores from providing any plastic bags, even ones that are considered reusable or biodegradable, starting in 2020.
The outstanding balance as of July 1, 2017 is $32.6 million, according to a new report, which Hawaii will continue to pay off over the next …
Due to the size of the fire and the fatalities involved, fire officials are making sure they’re doing a thorough job of checking everything.
The fire spread to the front and back of the building, which one expert says is an indication that “something is wrong.”