Up until now, if you were running an Airbnb-type of vacation rental out of your house or apartment, you were responsible for paying taxes to…
It’s the state’s job to make sure businesses are giving you exactly what you pay for, down to the ounce, but getting that job done is a chal…
The week-long conference covers a variety of issues from money laundering and fraud to terrorism, organized crime, even the dark web.
Lawmakers approved $12 million for a new building, less than half of the requested $31 million.
Police say a man was swimming about 30-40 yards offshore when he was bitten on his right shoulder.
Les Kondo, who served as executive director for five years, was recently appointed and confirmed as state auditor.
Seritage Growth Properties plans to redevelop the 77,000-plus-square-foot building into a multi-tenant shopping center.
The CEP program allows a school district, a group of schools or a single school to serve free meals to all students even if they do not qual…
He told supporters in Indianapolis that it appears the path to victory “has been foreclosed.”
Kapunahala Elementary third-grade teacher Stephanie Mew and Kapolei Middle School librarian Carolyn Kirio were among those honored.
Seven people have become ill and were hospitalized due to listeria.
When firefighters arrived, a single-story residential unit was fully engulfed in flames, and neighboring homes were also on fire.
At his agency’s board meeting, another shoe fell: he can’t make hires for those jobs without oversight from the board. It’s a first during h…
It doesn’t have a name yet, but we do know it’s an action-comedy film and it needs extras.
Police arrested an 18-year-old man who lives across the street for cruelty to animals, then released him pending further investigation.
Honolulu’s first rail train was unveiled publicly Monday, a little more than a month after arriving in the islands.
Realtors say potential buyers are competing with each other, paying tens of thousands of dollars just for one residential parking spot.
It basically crashes the website, and that’s exactly what happened to the Better Business Bureau, which came under attack a few weeks ago.
So far this year, there have been five imported cases of the virus to the islands, in addition to four cases last year.
Enforcement will begin at 6 a.m. Thursday, May 5, in order to give residents time to remove their vehicles.