The state knew Ethan Ferguson’s background and how police felt, and hired him anyway.
It happened on Jan. 12 on Bishop Street.
A judge granted the request to allow Chantel Andrade to complete her rehabilitation program.
Trey Albrecht is still recovering at Queen’s Medical Center.
Home and business burglary-type alarms must be registered.
The Honolulu City Council budget committee approved the five year extension on Wednesday. That would make people on Oahu pay the half-percen…
They were supposed to make things easier.
Even with a bump in minimum wage, many residents are barely scraping by.
“I just lost it. I’m not going to justify my action, but I lost it,” said former Honolulu police officer Vincent Morre.
The new parking rates go into effect on Thursday, Jan. 14.
The society’s Pet Food Bank received a donation of four pallets of dry adult dog, puppy and cat food.
The Honolulu Police Department soft-launched the program on Dec. 21, 2015.
The Office of Hawaiian Affairs is launching two scholarship programs, making a half-million dollars available to post-secondary students. Th…
Beginning in March, HC&S employees will start to be laid off.
The incident occurred Monday afternoon at the American Savings Bank branch in Kapolei.
The tours open the mountain’s telescopes to the public for the first time.
A liquidation sale will begin on Thursday, Jan. 14.
Every year, about $2 billion in lottery prizes go unclaimed.
The company has agreed to pay a civil penalty of $76,500.
On Tuesday, the city gave us a first-hand look at what it takes to drill the three-mile-long tunnel.