A Maui Police Department employee is under investigation for fourth-degree sex assault.
The Talia Law, or the Talia Williams Child Abuse Notification Act, would require that the military immediately report any child abuse or sus…
The Albizia tree is the fastest growing tree in the world, but its branches are weak, posing a big danger to those around it.
The Honolulu City Council voted 6-3 to override the veto of Bill 6, which expands the sit-lie ban to places like Aala and Kapalama Canal.
The 16-year-old was last seen in Kona on Jan. 19.
The fire is reported to be 10 acres in size, burning just below the lighthouse trail.
Mother Brenda Crabbe-Jones said she felt overjoyed and relieved to have her daughter back in her arms, a little tired and weary, but safe.
The money comes from three separate grants for infrastructure upgrades at Honolulu International Airport.
Several bakeries in Hawaii are offering free doughnuts in celebration of National Donut Day on Friday, June 5.
Stone’s character, Captain Allison Ng, is a quarter Hawaiian, and she has a half-Chinese father
Only 22-percent of the jobs created in Honolulu since 2010 earned more than a living wage.
Sharie Souza of the Honolulu Police Department Criminal Investigation Division will answer this week’s questions from a viewer. Question: Wh…
An inmate that went missing is finally back in police custody. Officials found and arrested Laumaka Work Furlough Center inmate Michael Sala…
Apple recalled Beats Pill XL speakers that can overheat and pose as fire hazard.
Gamblers, beware. The Internal Revenue Service is after more of your winnings. We know lots of folks from Hawaii love to go to Las Vegas and…
Honolulu police are looking for two suspects who allegedly robbed three senior citizens. The incident happened at about 5 p.m. Tuesday in Wa…
Honolulu police and Crimestoppers need your help finding a man who is wanted for questioning in a Waikiki robbery case. The incident happene…
Lawmakers have agreed to remove a mandate requiring ethanol in gasoline, the only thing left to do is for the governor to sign it into law.
Hurricane season is here and officials want to make sure Hawaii is ready in case the worse may happen.
The public will be able to comment on the plan before it is actually approved.