The idea behind the Billion Oyster Project might be translated to Hawaiian waters.
This year, it appears the focus will be on “who is going to get this done at a cost that’s affordable and deliver a decent product.”
The Kauai Police Department has won a case against the police union regarding the use of body cameras.
It happened at about 4:20 p.m. Monday at a home off West Kawailani Street.
The city is in the running for a grant to get a fleet of all new electric buses.
A survey emailed on behalf of the Honolulu Zoo Society is asking folks what kinds of things would make them visit the zoo.
With 24 hours hindsight, Hardin told us she would answer the question exactly the same way, with one caveat.
Business owners say the flooding started a few years ago, after the city installed duck valves to keep the high tide at bay.
They play a critical role in making sure officers have the information they need when responding to calls for service.
More than 700,000 cases of Ding Dongs, Zingers, Chocodiles and various doughnuts sold in the U.S. and Mexico are affected.
The Board of Water Supply says a contractor will use a helicopter to remove the makeshift swing, chains and rusted poles that support it.
A person claiming to be an IRS agent says the student owes money on a federal student tax.
The race for Honolulu mayor is heating up, but one potential candidate will not be a part of it.
Alexandria Duval appeared in a Wailuku courtroom Monday on a second-degree attempted murder charge.
He was found floating in the water approximately 20 yards from shore.
The sculpture must be of an outdoor durable material, preferably bronze, be free standing, and be a representation of King Kamehameha III.
The event will be held from 8-10 a.m. Tuesday.
Monday’s show is a benefit for the Windward Spouse Abuse Shelter in Kailua.
Oliver called it the “largest one-time giveaway in television history.”
Police say it’s due to an ongoing investigation.