Fire officials say since last December, there’s been more than 100 intentionally set brush fires on the island.
The heavy rain should taper off Thursday night and Friday as moderate to fresh trade winds return to the islands.
Residents and visitors are urged to stay informed and get prepared.
When people think of estate planning, there’s often a misconception that you need to be wealthy to have a plan.
Devon Shane Keser was arrested at Tripler Army Medical Center.
Large surf is expected along reefs and shorelines through Wednesday.
Police have reopened all lanes on King Street following an accident. The accident was reported just before 7:30 a.m. Thursday. Police closed…
Police closed the Ka Uka Boulevard off-ramp and on-ramp of the H-2 Freeway in the northbound direction while two large industrial town truck…
Crews responded to a report of a possible gas leak on Ward Avenue. The incident was reported at about 5:15 a.m. Thursday near Straub Clinic.…
All Kailua-bound lanes of the Pali Highway will be closed Thursday night between Nuuanu Pali Drive and the Pali Tunnels. This starts at 10 p…
It’s an optional and free system that allows you to make safety profiles for first responders.
The county says it met the requirements and got all the permits to demolish and rebuild the resort.
Protesters were seated on the roadway in attempts to block the convoy from passing, officials said.
As public school student bodies continue to grow, a qualified-teacher shortage also continues to plague the system.
Bikeshare Hawaii’s ultimate plan is to connect bike stations with the bus and rail, and affordability.
The union is requesting clarification regarding a decision to prohibit teachers from accepting free travel and other benefits from tour comp…
The school-located influenza vaccination program helps protect more than 65,000 Hawaii students annually from the flu.
Violators can be cited for a petty misdemeanor and face up to a $1,000 fine or 30 days in jail.
Police say a juvenile was arrested after threatening another child and that a weapon was not involved.
The positions, which would start in September, range from ushers and parking attendants to cleanup helpers and scoreboard.