The Oahu’s Women’s March around the State Capitol included thousands of supporters who braved the rainy weather.
One driver told us it took him two hours to travel a distance that normally takes him only five minutes.
The city’s Emergency Medical Services department is set to debut a new program aimed at saving lives.
Multiple marches converged at Trump International Hotel Waikiki for a procession down Kalakaua Avenue.
A high wind warning has been extended for areas on Hawaii Island through 6 p.m. Sunday.
One of the two attorneys who defended him admitted, “This guy was utterly unfairly treated. It was a bad trial.”
Renovations of the Princess Kamamalu building at the corner of King and Richards streets are still not finished after a decade.
The road was re-opened Saturday afternoon.
Officials say they’d need to raise $750 million in hotel room taxes for the stadium’s construction that will be paid by visitors, like those…
A contingent of students and teachers from Castle High School, Kamehameha Schools, and Halau Ku Mana will travel to the Galapagos to work wi…
Construction is slated to last until this fall.
The siren at Kamokila Community Park went off at 12:53 p.m.
The lawsuit says her supervisors “failed and refused to warn of the dangers or to provide appropriate safety training.”
The family told us about eight to 10 dogs surrounded their 11-year-old daughter, and one of them bit her on the leg.
The suitcases were taken from a car parked in the Walmart lot in Kahului.
Rescuers located the man’s unresponsive body roughly 150 yards from shore.
Chinese New Year doesn’t officially kick off until next Saturday, Jan. 28, but many celebrations take place this weekend.
Glenn Guerrero of Keaʻau died from a gunshot wound.
This is the fifth in a series of planetary simulation missions.
The private school will break ground on an on-campus residence for local, domestic and international students.