The pedestrian, a 44-year-old male with no local address, was not in a marked crosswalk at the time of the collision.
Asentista was serving time for promotion of a detrimental drug 2, but escape 2 is expected to be added to his charges.
The company who owns the signs said this isn’t the first time they’ve had a problem with vandals.
“My parents don’t want to deal with the bills and stuff, ’cause even though they have enough money to buy the house, we don’t really have mu…
Maiki Aiu Lake, who graduated from St. Francis in 1944, established Hawaii’s oldest halau at a time when the culture was fading.
Honolulu police and Crimestoppers are asking for your help in finding a woman arrested for forgery and drugs.
With no inclement weather expected, and the UH Rainbow Warriors football team at 1-1, there should be a larger crowd for tonight’s home game…
The estate, which was once the subject of a legal battle, opened as a museum on Friday, Sept. 18.
About 1,262 gallons of partially treated effluent was released into Lake Wilson.
Fire crews responded to a fire on Luawai Street in the Olowalu area of West Maui.
The Queen’s Medical Center announced on Friday, it will be collaborating with MD Anderson Cancer Network to bring world-renowned cancer expe…
There’s been a string of bank heists on Oahu. All remain unsolved.
Councilman Brandon Elefante introduced a bill aimed at eliminating the $35 four-day bus pass.
Charles Duncan, 72, is suspected of hitting Shari Afuso, 49, as she crossed Kuahelani Avenue on Feb 5.
The winner of nine Tony Awards gears up for a three-week run at the Blaisdell Concert Hall from April 13 to May 1.
After being questioned by a teller, he fled on a moped on Makolu Street.
Ranier L. Ines, 42, was charged with first-degree robbery and kidnapping.
The vehicle was parked on the street in a neighborhood near Aloha Stadium when it was stolen sometime late Thursday or early Friday.
The city’s Department of Facility Maintenance released key data for the first three phases of enforcement in Kakaako Makai.
The service will be held Sunday, Oct. 4, at Iolani School’s Sullivan Center for Innovation and Leadership.