School officials say the incident occurred at around 4 a.m. and was caught on surveillance video.
The combat veteran has a history in emergency management, having worked at Hawaii State Civil Defense from 1996-2011.
Twenty-four-year-old Dylan Crowell had been in custody since May 2 in lieu of a $50,000 cash bail.
Traffic was rerouted onto Paani Street, a few blocks away, until shortly after 2 p.m.
Jolene Kay Martinez was removed from life support after suffering complications due to pneumonia.
The voting results were made known at a rally near Honolulu International Airport Tuesday.
Customers are also urged to return unwanted merchandise immediately for a refund or exchange.
A couple was caught on video surveillance in a Shops of Wailea store.
Honolulu police are asking for help finding a man they say stole a golf club from the Mililani Golf Course pro shop by sticking it down his …
Rescue crews are responding a call of distressed canoers in Waikiki. The incident was reported just before 6:45 a.m. Tuesday fronting Elks C…
Witnesses said they heard fighting outside and saw the driver plow into the group of people several times.
The balloon got tangled up in some power lines, creating a short circuit that cut power to roughly 3,400 customers along North and South Kih…
A surveillance camera captured a man slowly slipping a golf club down his pants, then covering the top with his shirt.
A family financial feud and a mailbox caper said by some to be theft, by others to be a frame job, started it all.
Members say there could be some drastic changes, or they will need to ask for more money.
Trucker Dukes was diagnosed with stage IV neuroblastoma when he was just 19 months old.
Residents of a condominium complex have fallen victim to this six times since 2013.
Officials say this will be the university’s first project to be built through a design-build process, versus the normal design-bid-build-pro…
Crews will be removing the existing one-lane bridge and constructing a new bridge of similar size and aesthetic qualities.
Workers will be passing out leaflets claiming unfair treatment of workers, such as intimidation, surveillance, and termination.