Honolulu Police are looking for a man accused of stealing a computer from the Wal-Mart store in Kapolei.
A police officer delivered a baby girl on a Honolulu freeway during the morning rush-hour commute.
The Waikane Valley Stream spilled over into the road, shutting down Kamehameha Highway Wednesday night. Nearby residents are frustrated, especially since they’ve been promised a fix. But so far nothing has been done.
The state’s tourism agency has its work cut out for it this year with travel to the islands expected to slow down so it will concentrate on marketing Hawaii to business travelers and conventions.
Thursday morning, the Honolulu Parks & Recreation Department presented certificates to outstanding seniors who were nominated by their own clubs.
A group of divers enjoying a deep sea adventure off Kona on Thursday got the surprise of a lifetime — a chance encounter with one of the ocean’s largest creatures.
Many local residents spent Thursday afternoon eagerly watching the NFL draft. Although it didn’t end the way they had hoped, they remain positive.
State Sheriffs say they quickly caught up with a woman who tried to escape from Honolulu District Court Thursday afternoon.
A 56-year-old man is dead following an industrial accident in the Puna district Thursday morning.
Local gas prices dropped slightly in many areas over the last week, according to the AAA Hawaii Weekend Gas Watch.
A suspicious package found outside of Honolulu Circuit Court Thursday morning forced nearby buildings to evacuate and roads to close.
A parade to honor Te’o and his Notre Dame teammate Robby Toma will be held this weekend.
City crews were called out to the front of the Blaisdell Wednesday afternoon to remove some items from the sidewalk.
Police Chief Louis Kealoha and other chiefs of police from across the US say the US Senate’s failure to pass better gun control laws is a disgrace..
They take an oath of office, swearing to uphold the law. But one Maui judge is accused of breaking the law.
For decades now, the windward side has held a big party in April – it’s the annual “I LOVE KAILUA” bash. As usual, Castle Medical Center will play a big role in the gathering.
A dog that was lost at the Honolulu International Airport about a month ago has been found.
Vandals who desecrated 26 petroglyphs at the Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park on the Big Island may have done it for personal use. An unknown white substance was placed on the petroglyphs, which hardened and seeped into the lava.
More than 2,300 University of Hawaii employees are getting a pay raise. The Hawaii Government Employees Association has announced a tentative agreement with the state.
A Honolulu City Councilman is throwing his hat into the race for U.S. Congress. Councilman Stanley Chang is the first person to officially announce that he’s running for the seat.
The state’s first Dean & DeLuca store will open in Waikiki. The New York-based gourmet market will be part of the new Ritz-Carlton Residences.
Gas prices in Hawaii keep on climbing. And with every fill up, you’re helping to fix our roads with a county gas tax. But what if that tax went away and your car registration went up instead? The idea of a highway user fee is gaining steam.
Hundreds of students across the state are getting hands-on training to help push them toward their dream jobs. More than 550 students from across the state taking part in the Department of Education’s Career Pathway Assessment Program.
How much time do you spend waiting in traffic? Most drivers would say way too much. Honolulu’s traffic congestion is among the worst in the nation and it’s getting worse.