Thirty-four organizations will benefit from $100,000 in grant money.
A Maui man was arrested for negligent homicide in connection with a deadly crash that occurred last April.
The appointments of Carleton Ching and Kekoa Kaluhiwa are subject to approval by the Senate.
Saint Francis School students draped lei over Saint Marianne Cope’s statue and sang to honor her.
Crews continue to assess the environmental and health impacts after a 95-foot towing vessel sank two miles off Kalaeloa in West Oahu.
The awards were approved by the President of the French Republic in gratitude for the veterans’ key participation in liberating France.
The new rules apply to surf and stand-up paddle boarding schools, kayaking companies, snorkeling and scuba diving tours, and any type of com…
Officials say this is the second time a restaurant has intentionally removed its yellow “conditional pass” placard.
Since coming to the Honolulu Zoo from Texas in 1992, Yasmin gave birth to four giraffes.
Here is the upcoming schedule of lane closures on Oahu (Lane closure schedules may change at any time without further notice. All projects a…
Two men are now in police custody following an early morning robbery on South Beretania Street.
Local 5, the union representing workers at Kaiser Permanente hospitals and clinics, sent a 10-day strike notice to the healthcare provider. …
A man was taken into custody after officials say he tried to bring a gun on board a plane at The Honolulu International Airport.
Honolulu-bound motorists are advised to use alternate routes such as the Pali Highway and the H-3 Freeway and to allow for extra travel time…
A day after KHON2 reported complaints about loud rail work being done overnight, HART officials are thinking about changing their work sched…
It’s been less than one month into the new year and Honolulu police have been called to four pedestrian fatalities.
Based on all available data a destructive Pacific-wide tsunami is not expected and there is no tsunami threat to Hawaii.
A visitor from Washington state brought the unspent artillery round into the Kihei substation Thursday morning.
Officials said 11 people abandoned ship after their vessel began to sink about two miles off Kalaeloa.
All West Hawaii state and county beach parks were closed Thursday as high surf continued to pose a hazard.