The new King Street bike lane in Honolulu has been open for a month, but people still aren’t using it correctly, some on purpose.
Officials plan to crack down on those who film on state land without the proper permits, even if they’re not commercial photographers.
In light of Honolulu Police Chief Louis Kealoha’s legal troubles, state senators are asking the police commission to step in and help.
Big Island police said an opihi picker discovered Jann Nakoa’s body about 100 feet from the ocean.
Forget Marcus Mariota. Another Saint Louis School graduate needs your help getting to the Super Bowl… in a commercial, that is.
The Department of Parks and Recreation has closed Ukumehame rifle range because of a nene nest in the area.
Prosecutors argued that Jennifer Polintan was consumed by greed and recklessly caused the death of 88-year-old Nona Mosman.
The theft took place between Dec. 23 and Dec. 24 from the Zone 20 parking structure.
Gov. Ige has ordered that the flags be flown at half-staff in honor of late former state Rep. Alvin T. Amaral.
Residents nearby may hear the siren sound for six to eight times during 30-second to one-minute intervals.
Detective Sharie Souza of the Honolulu Police Department Criminal Investigation Division will answer this week’s questions from a viewer.
According to police, a 2005 Nissan pickup truck hit the left barrier and burst into flames with the driver still inside.
The Coast Guard suspended the search Tuesday for a mariner missing from the 74-foot sailing vessel, Hawaii Aloha.
There’s been a rash of ATM thefts on Maui. Police are asking for your help.
The man accused of throwing rebar at cars from a construction site appeared in court on Tuesday.
Based on all available data a destructive Pacific-wide tsunami is not expected and there is no tsunami threat to Hawaii.
Hawaiʻi Island police are investigating a possible drowning in Waipio.
Rene Steinhauer spent six weeks setting up an Ebola hospital in Liberia. While he was cleared to come home, the Hawaii State Department of H…
While not aesthetically pleasing, the new signals and accompanying poles have one primary purpose: to keep motorists and pedestrians safe.
The Council on Revenues has revised its economic forecast for Hawaii, reflecting an increase of roughly $55 million, due in part to lower fu…