Much of the mud has been cleaned out of the homes, but it could still take weeks before they can move back in.
Voters don’t have to wait until Aug. 13 to vote in the primary election.
Park officials say people are putting themselves at risk, and possibly even breaking the law just to get a better view.
In a preliminary report, the National Transportation Safety Board describes what led to the crash.
The $12 million facility will include the Sen. Daniel K. Akaka Community Center, a space for organizations to hold meetings and share tips o…
The Honolulu medical examiner identified the victim as Theodore Abraham Jr. of Kapolei.
While several outages were reported during Tropical Storm Darby, Hawaii Electric Light says they came nowhere near the widespread, prolonged…
Applications are now being accepted for the current 2016-2017 school year.
Destructive Pacific-wide tsunami is not expected and there is no tsunami threat to Hawaii.
It happened Wednesday at 8:22 p.m. at the Holiday Terrace, near Don Quijote.
The Hawaiian Humane Society has launched a new lost-and-found section on its website.
Trial for both is scheduled for September.
The shoreline where paddlers launch from is now free of debris. Volunteers, including children, used shovels and rakes to clear the beach.
Donations are now starting to arrive in large quantities as businesses pool together their resources to help the victims.
Police say the suspect returned to the scene and was identified by a witness.
Members who purchased baked goods prepared or packaged in the bakery between June 16-20 are being contacted by Costco.
The Esmeralda pulled into Aloha Tower at 8 a.m. Thursday with more than 300 sailors on board.
Members of the Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus remembered Takai’s aloha spirit and commitment to the people of Hawaii.
It happened at 1:55 p.m. Wednesday on N. Market Street at the Iao Bridge in Wailuku.
A Brooklyn man has caught every single Pokémon there is in North America.