HART blames delays from a court challenge and says market costs escalated.
Hawaii workers’ rates begin at $10 an hour, and by February, the new full-time average hourly wage will be $15.38 an hour
A Limited Purpose credential does not require documentary proof of legal presence and/or proof of a social security number.
Permitted fishing methods include pole-and-line, throw net, spear (daylight hours only), and hand harvest.
A recent poll showed that 60 percent of Americans disapprove of how the president is handling terrorism.
The facility has a little more than a thousand beds and officials say every one of them is filled.
A proposed merger between the parent company of Oceanic Time Warner Cable and Charter Communications is moving forward.
The test will be conducted between 9-11 a.m. Dec. 22.
By recovering the whale’s body, researchers are given the opportunity to determine the cause of death, which can help protect the species.
Hawaii added the highest percentage of new construction jobs during the past year at 12.5 percent.
In Kailua, where the first family will be staying, “No Parking” signs are already in place as well as a security checkpoint.
South Africa native Andre Botha was surfing at Pipeline when he noticed surfer Evan Geiselman run into trouble in the pounding surf.
The National Weather Service has issued a wind advisory for Hawaii from 6 a.m. Friday through 6 p.m. Saturday.
Police say they received a call just before 9 p.m. Thursday.
Unfortunately for some poinsettia farmers, many of the so-called late bloomers never changed color.
Months after Always Investigating first asked questions about staffing on the day of a massive sewage spill, the city is finally responding.
The high winds did major damage especially in Central Oahu Sunday.
“This is not how we train our drivers,” UPS said in a statement.
Kilauea customers, from Kahili Makai Street to Kalihiwai Road, will have no water service during the shutdown.
Hundreds showed up at McCoy Pavilion Monday to apply for the city’s groundskeeping positions.