Two people are facing burglary charges in connection with an incident in Waikiki.
Crewmembers are preparing the Hokulea for dry-dock before she leaves Polynesia for the first time in April.
The Honolulu Fire Department received 67 calls for blown roofs this weekend most on the windward side.
Ocean Safety officials say waves with 15 to 18-foot faces crashed into the catamaran in waters off Haleiwa, sending several passengers into …
As dozens of ships and tens of thousands of cargo containers sit idle at West Coast ports, some stores in Hawaii are turning to airplanes.
If coastal waters are turbid and brown, stay out.
He was not wearing a helmet.
According to an annual government survey of more than 41,000 students, e-cigarettes have surpassed traditional smoking in popularity among t…
A woman and her estranged husband became involved in a physical struggle that ended with gasoline being poured onto them.
Honolulu police are asking for your help in finding a man found driving a car that was stolen in Kahuku.
Many of those flights had to divert course because of the weather, but fortunately, most landed without incident, except one.
The already strong southerly winds accelerated downslope on the north side of the Ko’olau range.
As of 11 p.m. Saturday evening, Hawaiian Telcom has restored all services for customer affected by the outage.
Queen Street is now open between Ward Avenue and Cooke Street.
More than 20,000 runners and walkers woke at dawn and laced up their sneakers for the 31st annual Kaiser Permanente Great Aloha Run.
Crews across the state restored service to homes and businesses after windy weather knocked out power to thousands since Friday.
These are the 2nd, 3rd and 4th traffic fatalities on the island this year, compared with three at this time last year.
As of 8 p.m. Saturday, approximately 950 customers still have no power.
As of 6:55 p.m., HPD has reopened Kunia Road.
Fire crews were called to a house in Wahiawa around 5:30 p.m. Friday.