Max Sword was elected chairman for 2017. Cha Thompson will continue as vice chair.
A woman who was on the same tour as the victim killed during a flash flood over the weekend said more should be done to keep visitors safe.
A Honolulu City Council member and the Sierra Club are bothered by how often these spills are happening, and how little information is being…
Advocates are urging the public to think twice before getting behind the wheel drunk, which could lead to a fatal accident like the one that…
Multiple events are expected to attract large audiences and create an increased demand for parking Thursday through Monday.
A ban on shipping ohia plants and soil from Hawaii Island is now permanent.
The plan was previously due at the end of the year, but the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation wanted until July to finish it.
“All of us after the attack were issued gas masks and everywhere we went, we had gas masks hanging on our side, and that’s how I went to sch…
Sustained and appreciative ovations were given veterans of World War II and the Pearl Harbor attack.
It was an evening of remembrance and tribute as dozens gathered to honor the survivors of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and other Worl…
Kalani Pe‘a was nominated for Best Regional Roots Music Album for his debut album “E Walea.”
Honored guests will include hundreds of Pearl Harbor survivors and other World War II veterans and their families.
The spill has turned out to be much worse than what the city originally estimated.
Family members tell us 6-month-old Donovan was taken to Queen’s Medical Center Monday night with critical injuries and died Tuesday.
“We felt that we were Americans. We wanted to serve our country. If they won’t let us carry arms, we’ll do whatever they ask us to do and se…
The Ewa Mooring Mast Field was one of the first places attacked on Dec. 7, 1941.
The former Waikiki Trade Center has transformed into a unique experience for visitors.
You’re never too old to take part in a viral video craze.
The company will be required to repay over $27 million in improper payments of universal service support.
The event featured the classic 1953 film “From Here to Eternity” in honor of the 75th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.