Honolulu firefighters were called to the Kaau Crater Loop Trail in Palolo after a group of hikers couldn’t make their way out.
Gov. Neil Abercrombie has notified the Hawaii State Legislature that he intends to veto nine of the 293 measures passed in 2013.
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Two weekend hikes on separate Oahu trails turned into tragedy. Some say the death of the two hikers could have been avoided. Both trails are on private property and neither of them are state sanctioned. The incidents are sparking debate over the safety of hiking trails.
Board of Water Supply crews have completed repairs to an 8-inch waterline on Kapiolani Boulevard.
The man who caused a scare in Kapolei last week has been charged. John Arakawa, 56, was charged with four counts of firearms violations.
An elderly hiker who died after falling off the Mariner’s Ridge Trail in East Oahu on Sunday has been identified.
A popular restaurant in Chinatown has reopened after a late-night fire damaged the building back in March.
The Hawaiian artists participating from across the state donated their time and talents, but also their passion for music and education.
A Board of Water Supply contractor will be working at the Ward Avenue and South King Street intersection Monday night to install new water service connections. The work will take place from 8:30 p.m. Monday to 4:30 a.m. Tuesday.
It was a high-profile assault case that drew national attention. Former Honolulu nightclub owner Michael Miske was accused of assaulting professional football player Trent Williams. But now, the case has been dropped.
A milestone has been reached for early learning in Hawaii. A bill signed by Gov. Neil Abercrombie on Monday will provide funding to help hundreds of preschool students next year.
A 50-year-old man was arrested following an alleged road rage incident in the Kaneohe area.
The U.S. assumes National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden remains in Russia, and officials are working with Moscow in hopes he will be expelled and returned to America to face criminal charges, President Barack Obama’s spokesman said Monday. He declared that a decision by Hong Kong not to detain Snowden has “unquestionably” hurt relations between the United States and China.
It’s the number one complaint by tourists who come to Oahu — the homeless situation in Waikiki. The visitor industry is so important to the state’s economy that tourism officials are now working with the city and state to find a solution.
The accident at “Spitting Caves” is an area officials say had its share of drownings and rescues.
Officials say the grenade was found at Fort DeRussy Chapel. The entrances to the park were closed for about four hours.
A house in Kaimuki went up in flames Sunday. The fire broke out just before 6 p.m. when flames tore through the house located on Kaimuki Avenue near Kapahulu Avenue.
Maui firefighters were called to Humupea Place in Kihei a little before 1:45 p.m. Sunday. According to officials, the fire started somewhere in the back of the house.
The mom who was arrested after her 20-month-old son ingested drugs was released.
Big Island fire investigators are looking into the cause of the fire which may have started because of a power strip plugged into an appliance next to the sink.
Honolulu Fire officials say the fire off Lehua Avenue started around 10 p.m.Saturday.
A hiker was pronounced dead on Sunday after falling from the Kaluanui Ridge Trail, also known as the Mariner’s Ridge Trail in East Oahu. The man in his 70s apparently fell about 40 to 50 feet.