The city is working closely with Honolulu police to close lanes as needed due to flooding conditions, and monitor traffic conditions.
Emily Smith, 36, of Ocean View, was charged Thursday with first-degree arson and third-degree assault.
The suspect is accused of robbing the Territorial Savings Bank branch located at 1100 Bishop Street.
Planning your parents’ care can be overwhelming, especially if you are alone or live in a different state.
That’s according to a new study conducted by the Hawaii State Commission on Fatherhood in partnership with the University of Hawaii.
Among those in attendance were 11 former USS Missouri crewmembers and 13 other veterans of World War II.
The call came in at 7:51 a.m. from a two-story home on Kumu Place.
If you’re a true aficionado, you probably have your mind made up on where to get the best barbecue in town.
The incident was reported just before 5:45 a.m. Thursday near West Hind Drive.
NEW YORK (AP) — A federal judge let the air out of “Deflategate” Thursday, erasing New England quarterback Tom Brady’s four-game suspension …
East and north facing beaches on Kauai are closed to swimmers until further notice because of strong waves and rip currents. Large surf will…
The DOT says it will not have any lane closures in the area or roadways around the stadium for at least two hours before, during and after t…
The Hawaii State Teachers Association told KHON2 it plans to meet with the state Department of Education and lawmakers this month to work on…
Pearl Ridge Elementary School custodian Andrew Lagapa was named the Department of Education’s employee of the year.
A jury handed down a guilty verdict in the rape of a tourist.
It’s not clear when the problem will be fixed at the Patsy Mink Central Oahu Regional Park in Waipio.
Everyone at Mid Pacific Country Club was stranded until the staff there got creative.
The three-year-old female was originally reported Wednesday afternoon to have a hook in her mouth.
The incident happened at 6:50 p.m. on Kamehameha Highway near Hauula Homestead Road.
Joanna Sullivan opened Foodland on May 6, 1948, with her late husband, Maurice J. “Sully” Sullivan.