The outage was triggered when a third-party contractor digging holes for new street lights accidentally severed six underground cables.
Residents nearby may hear the siren sound for six to eight times during 30-second to one-minute intervals.
Under the new rules, Hawaii residents can enter the drawing online for a chance to claim one of 44 open slots.
Super Bowl champions Dwight Clark “The Catch” and Eric Wright came out for a meet-and-greet with patients to motivate them through their rec…
TheHandi-Van officials know they have room to improve and shared their plans with the Honolulu City Council.
Officials said a total of 2,640 citations were issued over a two-week period.
The helmets were delivered via ambulance to students at Pohakea Elementary School.
Researchers say diabetes and obesity could one day be prevented by turning “bad fat” into “good fat.”
Mavourneen Rombawa, 36, was indicted for attempted murder in the second degree, arson in the first degree and kidnapping.
Daniel Seyler was serving time for second-degree assault and failure to comply with sex offender registration requirements.
Hawaiian Electric crews are responding to power outages in the Aiea and Halawa areas. The incident was reported just before 9 a.m. Thursday.…
Andres is forecast to become a hurricane late Friday or Friday night.
A 35-year-old man is expected in court Thursday in connection with a robbery case in the McCully area. Police say Kawika Patrick Agosto alle…
The incident was first reported just before 5 a.m. between Campbell Avenue and Hoolulu Street.
Automakers and governments are releasing the models covered by a massive expansion of a Takata air bag recall. Last week the U.S. National H…
Wednesday night, a couple members of the Harlem Globetrotters did their thing in front of just a handful of special invited guests.
About 34 Hawaiian Telcom customers are without phone and internet service due to an underground cable that got wet.
The second election will take place Tuesday, June 2. A list of election sites is included.
The payment stems from allegations that Nestor Garcia accepted free meals and golf from lobbyists, and failed to disclose those gifts.
The average amount to be returned to members is about $24.