The Kauai man charged with attempted murder for allegedly pushing a Japanese tourist off a cliff appeared in court on Tuesday.
Kakaako is in the midst of a transformation. Kamehameha Schools along with Alexander & Baldwin have announced plans to build more than 400 residences, adding to the urban core and creating hundreds of construction jobs.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has a new place to call home. The sprawling facility is in Kapolei and allows the 100 or so agents to more effectively conduct the business of Homeland Security and other enforcement operations.
Hawaii Island Police are looking for the thief who took thousands of pounds of iron materials from a farm.
Hawaii House Majority Leader Scott Saiki says it is highly likely that the House will agree to a bill that would dissolve the state’s Public Land Development Corp., bringing the widely disliked agency one step closer to its demise.
A gas leak at the University of Hawaii Manoa campus forced a temporary evacuation Tuesday morning.
A day on the job turned into quite a scare for a man working in the mountains above Temple Valley. He was performing maintenance work for Hawaii Electric Company when he slipped and fell backwards, sliding 200 feet down the mountain.
The Coast Guard is assisting in the evacuation of two elderly people from a cruise ship in American Samoa.
Surfers at Kewalo Basin made a gruesome discovery Tuesday morning, finding the body of a woman floating in the ocean.
Concerned Waimanalo residents spoke out Monday night against a planned road that would run through a new subdivision
A hit-and-run case over the weekend is the latest in a string of violent attacks in the Ala Moana area over the past month. Community members say enough is enough.
A three-year-old boy is fighting for his life after falling four stories from an apartment building in Waipahu.
The water main break problem was reported around 3:40 p.m. Monday.
The jury returned guilty verdicts against Susan Chin on one count of theft and two counts of money laundering.
Stronger trade winds and light showers for the work week.
A Hawaii Kai alarm company has abruptly shut down, leaving customers wondering what to do with the alarm system installed in their home and their monthly payments.
Waimanalo residents are concerned a planned road that would run through a new subdivision will increase traffic safety issues in an already congested area.
A road project in Salt Lake, decades in the making, is entering its final phase. But it could take another four years to finish the last mile. The City has not yet decided how to widen the last part of Salt Lake Boulevard.
Hawaii Island police are asking for the public’s help in locating a 31-year-old Hilo man wanted for questioning in connection with the robbery of a taxi driver.
It started as a mom and pop shop and has now grown to become one of the most successful food service businesses in the country. This year, Y. Hata & Co. celebrates 100 years in business.
Hawaii Island police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a woman wanted for shoplifting.
The Coast Guard is asking for the public’s help in identifying the owner of an eight to 10 foot red and yellow kayak found floating off Maui.
Several south shore beaches will now be smoke-free zones. Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell made it official on Monday, signing into law a bill that could cost you every time you light up.
One of the busiest traffic intersections in Waikiki got a makeover Monday morning. The change not only helps reduce traffic, but is also helping pedestrians “dance” their way across the street.