Always Investigating found the state’s out-of-date paper system can delay payday for thousands of public workers.
Hawaii has one of the lowest jobless rates in the nation, and economists say graduates are entering the job market at a much better time tha…
Crews used two cesspool trucks to suck up wastewater from the canal next to Foster Botanical Garden.
No more than nine students will be accepted via this program, school officials said.
The meeting is for those who encounter construction projects in Pearl City and Aiea.
Officials say whipping winds are keeping them from calling the fire under control and crews will continue to extinguish flareups.
Applications are now being accepted for Reach the Runway, which debuts this year as the official non-profit of HONOLULU Fashion Week.
For the thousands of soon-to-be graduates, the search for that elusive job can be anything but exciting.
The new technology enables physical stores to collect much of the same data as online retailers.
All backcountry trails between Crater Rim Drive and the coast have been closed, as well as Kulanaokuaiki campground
A march, candlelight vigil and memorial service Monday night honored law enforcement officers who were killed in the line of duty.
The network announced Monday that the show will go off the air after its 15th and final season next spring.
The park needed pool deck repair, retaining wall construction, and the building of a new ADA-accessible ramp.
The incident occurred just off the Pearl Harbor Bike Path, where more and more homeless have set up camps.
A 26-year-old woman faces an abuse charge in connection with an assault case in Waialua. Police say the suspect assaulted a 36-year-old woma…
NEW YORK (AP) – Mitsubishi is recalling more than 130,000 cars because of two separate issues that could lead to reduced visibility for driv…
Many moms are being treated to a feast and gifts on this Mother’s Day statewide and around the world.
She arrived in Australia for the first time ever having left New Zealand 10 days ago.
Police say it happened a little after 3:30 Saturday afternoon.
“It’s all the way across the board,” said a lifeguard. “It’s the beginner, the expert, the visitor — the ocean does not discriminate.”