Governor Neil Abercrombie has pulled another lawmaker from the house floor to fill a post in his administration.
The pending closure of Pendleton Flour Mill may affect your grocery bill, though major customer Love’s Bakery says it’s premature to tell what the impact will be.
Microsoft will stop issuing security updates for Windows XP next month and that’s raising big security concerns since 95 percent of ATMs still use the operating system.
A young Hawaiian monk seal is resting comfortably after undergoing surgery Wednesday to remove her severely infected eye.
Honolulu police have closed Kailua Rd. between Aumoe Rd. and Kainalu Dr. due to a water main break.
Honolulu police is warning the public about a recent surge in phone schemes, including calls about debit cards and sweepstakes.
Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell and a team of experts will discuss the redevelopment of the Neal S. Blaisdell Center complex at a public presentation Friday.
After several complaints about Rep. Faye Hanohano’s behavior, House Speaker Joe Souki has set an ultimatum for the Puna lawmaker.
A struggling couple resorts to desperate measures, using marijuana to treat their young child’s rare syndrome.
Starting Friday, high schools throughout Hawaii can win up to $3,000 toward their Project Graduation event by recycling their beverage containers.
Safeway says it has agreed to be acquired by an investment group led by Cerebus Capital Management, the owner of Albertsons and several other supermarket chains.
A lockdown at Waiakea High School has been lifted.
Lifeguards have removed warning signs at Pokai Bay after a shark sighting.
Hawaii Island police is renewing its request for information about an attempted robbery that occurred in Hilo last October.
Hawaii Island police have charged a suspect in an early morning burglary in Kealakekua.
Honolulu police have opened an investigation after an improvised explosive device was found at a Salt Lake school.
Hawaii gas price averages rose sharply throughout most of the islands this past week, according to the AAA Hawaii Weekend Gas Watch.
The U.S. Senate got a special visit from the Dalai Lama Thursday morning.
Students and teachers from James Campbell High School will be ralling at the state Capitol Thursday.
Board of Water Supply crews have completed repairs to a broken water main at 98-135 Kamehameha Hwy. in Aiea.
The fallout continues after the massive target data breach that compromised the personal information of millions of customers.
Bakeries and other companies here in Hawaii that rely on flour are bracing for what could be a major disruption in their local supply of the product.
A vehicle accident on the H-1 freeway has closed three westbound lanes, right before the Pearl City off-ramp.
The house passed on Tuesday a bill that would put a time limit on reporting dangerous or damaged property, and would also require government agencies and their contractors to cooperate in an investigation.
A daring rescue in East Oahu saved a cat from scary situation Wednesday afternoon.
Getting a safety check is proving to be more difficult for some drivers because of the state’s new electronic system.