As Hurricane Iselle and Tropical Storm Julio approach, government officials, agencies and residents are all taking action.
The Democratic race for lieutenant governor includes two front runners, current LG Shan Tsutsui and longtime legislator Clayton Hee.
They include assault in either the first or second degree.
Two men were arrested after a chase in Waikiki Monday morning, which was triggered when Honolulu police responded to a break-in.
The Oheo stream, located along the Pipiwai Trail, will be closed for several days starting Tuesday while the stream monitoring equipment is …
From tuition and fees to meals and housing, a college education can put a dent in a student’s already thin wallet. But the Better Business B…
Organizers of Maui’s Second Friday have canceled all activities scheduled for Friday, August 8, due to Hurricane Iselle.
PBS Hawaii is holding its first-ever HIKI NO Festival to share student-produced video stories on the big screen.
A convicted copper thief was sentenced to five years in prison Monday. Shawn Ogasawara was arrested back in March for stealing copper wiring…
Seventeen-year-old Haris Suleman died in the crash and his father, Babar Suleman, still is missing.
Several businesses are helping thousands of local keiki go back to school.
The Hanalei refuse transfer station on Kauai is not accepting green waste on Monday due to the facility reaching its permitted capacity.
You have the option of voting ahead of time this week by going to walk-in locations.
A man briefly escaped out of a police car on the H-1 Freeway Monday morning.
Another Hawaii team is coming home from the mainland with a national championship.
An investigation is underway following a deadly stabbing in Waipahu.
Hurricane Iselle is weakening. The eye is not as apparent and the storm is not as symmetrical as it was 24 hours ago. Meanwhile, Julio has s…