You can make a donation to help a family in need this Christmas.
Scuba Claus and his helper elf will make daily appearances at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. through Christmas.
A report by the U.S. Navy’s Military Sealift Command says the harbor pilot on board the USNS Mercy had poor control over tugboats guiding th…
Your home may look festive and invited, all decked out in Christmas cheer, but police say that’s also a magnet for thieves.
Owner Ray Rapalee said sales at his store have dropped nearly 20 percent in the past several months.
The third-graders held fundraisers to raise the money, and then went on a field trip last week to Toys “R” Us.
Among the issues: when to have the cameras rolling and how to make sure the video is stored properly.
For one day only, you can summon an Uber driver to pick up your donation and deliver it to the Foodbank.
Honolulu will receive a two-year, $400,000 grant as one of seven pilot sites for the Department of Justice.
Archie Lardizabal says the family that owns the property decided to sell.
A state jury found Michael Limjuco Abella guilty of manslaughter in August.
A production company will be working at Kekaulike Mall and in neighboring Chinatown businesses this week.
These are identical to the restrictions that have been on Oahu during the holiday season for the last several years.
The lockdown was lifted shortly after 12:30 p.m., when the all-clear was given.
The Christmas lights and decorations are out. The tree is up and presents are all around. It’s the hustle and bustle of the holiday season. …
The Obama administration says consumers will have two more days to sign up for HealthCare.gov coverage that takes effect Jan. 1. Kevin Couni…
Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell says the city has made significant progress, but there’s still more to be done.
The temporary flight restrictions in the area are in effect from Dec. 18 until Jan. 3.
After spending a couple of weeks on the Big Island, the Centers for Disease Control released its report on how the state is responding to th…
A federal judge has delayed sentencing a Honolulu businessman because of concerns about his allergies.