The transaction remains subject to other regulatory approvals including approval by the Public Utilities Commission.
It could be time to trade in your suitcase for a slimmer model.
All publicly accessible federal websites and web services must use HTTPS encryption by Dec. 31, 2016.
Caretakers of a historic home that once belonged to King Kamehameha III say the historic site is not getting the respect it deserves.
Firefighters say Darin Kobatake, 50, was paddling a one-man canoe when it apparently flipped over.
The Honolulu Police Department is investigating two cases of second-degree theft against Archipelago Travel.
The city’s Department of Transportation Services is notifying all motorists and residents of Lanikai that this Kamehameha Day holiday throug…
The Hawaii Fire Fighters Association says having a helicopter would have helped Monday, but the department says there’s a reason it wasn’t u…
This time around, Ko Olina says it complied with all municipal rules and building regulations.
Samuela Mataele has been diagnosed with schizophrenia.
Firefighters arrived to find two separate fires, one on the north side of the Haleakala Highway Bypass and one on the south.
When we put the word out about little Nawai Irie, the community rallied to her family’s side.
Scientists will now review the black box that was on the vehicle, which they say carries a goldmine of critical data.
Campbell High School social studies teacher Corey Rosenlee got enough votes for the second time to become the union’s new president.
Police say David Pantohan, 43, was holding onto a vehicle while riding a skateboard early Tuesday morning.
Young adults will gain exposure to various careers in criminal justice through hands-on learning.
HECO said the man was performing routine maintenance when it happened.
Cherry Blossom Festival Queen Contestants are exposed to various aspects of Japanese culture, from taiko and tea ceremony to bon dance and c…
An HPD spokesperson said no life-threatening calls were missed while the system was down.
Officials say Harold “JJ” Jackson, 52, was an avid shell collector and was diving off Makaha Beach Park to collect shells.