The photovoltaic panels were donated by the Department of Education’s Ka Hei program which was created to introduce new technology to school…
Since December, officials say there’s been about 70 brush fires that were intentionally set.
53 people have gotten sick so far in nine states with most of them in California, none in Hawaii.
The Supreme Court of Hawaii is reviewing Koa Ridge, a Castle and Cooke development that’s been in the works for more than 15 years.
Moses Henry was indicted for manslaughter in the death of 53-year-old Anthony Corpuz.
Board members with HSTA voted to void the results because of complaints that some teachers never got their ballots.
The Department of Transportation is adding a lane to alleviate traffic, but some drivers say the lane and surrounding signage are confusing.
A new study shows that “factory reset” on Android devices doesn’t actually erase everything.
The state Department of Transportation and the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation have adjusted their construction schedules in lig…
The location is only several blocks away from shelters operated by the Institute for Human Services.
Jill Hansen will be transferred to the Hawaii State Hospital.
Sgt. 1st Class Marvin L. Ware is accused of stealing jet fuel from a military base in Afghanistan in exchange for cash bribes.
A male entered a parking lot, took a moped, and fled.
The board also voted to divest the university’s $66-million endowment from fossil fuels, such as coal, oil and gas companies.
This year, 6,000 candle-lit lanterns will be set afloat to honor the fallen, in remembrance of loved ones who have passed.
Police said the alleged incidents did not happen on school grounds.
Earlier in the day, a truck drove by and snagged overhead lines, causing the pole to come crashing down.
Known as the Schofield Generating Station Project, the 50-megawatt biofuel-capable power generation plant would be built on an 8.13-acre par…
Officers responding to a structure fire at Verna’s Drive In just off Highway 11 Thursday found the front door open.
According to a new report, swap meet operations continue to push the boundaries of federal land use and could be shut down.