For the second time this school year, the cafeteria at Ewa Elementary School ran short on food to serve students for lunch Thursday.
Volvo Cars USA recently changed its name from Volvo Cars North America, but the paperwork submitted to the state was not completed.
Police said the truck’s front passenger fled the scene, described to be in his late 20s, 170-180 pounds, with multiple tattoos on his chest …
Honolulu police told us that a man wanted on a federal warrant was spotted near Kamehameha Highway.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a state and federal holiday.
A Washington state visitor was taken to Kona Community Hospital.
Attorney Myles Breiner says the information is just being secured at this point so they are not tampered with.
It has found large quantities of a fecal bacterium known as enterococci in the area.
Bids are currently being taken from interested contractors.
He was responsible for fraudulently obtaining close to $242,000 in refunds from the State of Hawaii.
It happened in the parking lot fronting the Hale Lokelani dormitory.
A High Surf Warning is up for all north and west-facing shores of Kauai and Niihau through 6 a.m. Saturday.
It happened at around 1:22 a.m. Friday on Kamehameha Highway, near Waihona and Kuala streets.
A state lawmaker says he’s disappointed with the upkeep of a memorial honoring war veterans.
Malama Ohana Nursing and Rehab Center’s last day of operation will be March 12.
This will be the company’s longest neighbor-island route at 263 miles.
A Honolulu City Council member wants to take the cell phone ban a step further, literally.
It may not seem like much from the surface, but the hole goes way down, more than six feet deep.
The resolution calls for a 30,000-40,000 seat, state-of-the-art facility that can accommodate the evolving sports and entertainment market.
This year, the focus is shifting to make sure people who get off the streets stay off.