They used to number in the hundreds, dotted along Oahu’s roads just in case drivers needed to call for help. But roadside call boxes are now pretty much a thing of the past.
Smoking is banned in restaurants, in planes, and at some beaches. Now, a lawmaker wants to add another place to the list… city bus stops.
East Oahu community leaders have been preaching it for years: Kaiser High School needs a new football field and track. Lawmakers are considering a measure that could make it happen.
It’s a heavyweight bout in which the loser could go home for good. That’s how one political analyst is describing the upcoming race for U.S. Senate.
They are known as sneakerheads or kick collectors. This weekend, sneaker and shoe fanatics are uniting in Honolulu. But there’s much more to this trend than just foot fashion.
People living in Hawaii are the happiest in the nation. A new survey also shows that Hawaii is also the least stressed state.
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center says there is no tsunami threat for Hawaii after a strong earthquake near Papua New Guinea.
The Occupy Honolulu movement has been forced to move once again. The King Street sidewalk of Thomas Square along with the parking in the area is closed through the end of May.
The Japanese Yen is losing value and that means Japanese tourists have less money to spend when they visit Hawaii.
She hasn’t filed the papers, but sources close to Congresswoman Colleen Hanabusa’s camp say it’s official. She will go head-to-head with Senator Brian Schatz in next years Democratic primary.
It’s convenient to make banking decisions or move funds from the palm of your hands, but beware.
It’s been six months since a construction crane tipped over and crushed a man on Maui. On Monday, the Federal Department overseeing workplace safety issued a report stating the incident could have been prevented.
He was an actor, director, teacher, mentor and a friend. Glenn Cannon died this weekend at the age of 80.
A multimillion dollar settlement over sex abuse at a Hawaii school has been approved by a federal judge. The Department of Education says it has stepped up security measures, but it’s not clear when some of the changes will actually happen.
On Monday, Gov. Neil Abercrombie signed the repeal of the Public Lands Development Corporation, which had been set up to fast-track private partnerships for projects on underused state lands.
Gov. Neil Abercrombie has signed a bill ensuring what’s called emergency compassionate care for female victims of rape.