The call came in just before 11:30 a.m. on Thurston Avenue near Wilder Avenue.
In recognition of the partnership, the Solar Impulse team put on a special open house Monday for UH students and faculty.
The process of decommissioning the telescope is expected to be completed in 2018.
Jennifer Ann McTigue, formerly Jennifer Lowe, had been missing since June 30.
United Airlines flight 396, a Boeing 777, returned safely to Honolulu due to mechanical issues.
Police say a pickup truck was traveling east on Hana Highway when it collided with a sedan making a left turn onto Hookele Street.
A warning for anyone headed to the beach. A high surf advisory is in effect Tuesday for all south facing shores across the state. Surf could…
Police say Jonathan O’Neil was speeding on Meheula Parkway when he lost control and hit a tree on the median.
Waialae Avenue remains closed in both directions between Koko Head and 13th avenues.
Island Recycling says the fire did not cause severe environmental impacts and it is cooperating with the Department of Health in its investi…
Police say the officer pulled over a vehicle in Maunawili to serve a warrant to the passenger.
A Makaha man accused of killing an infant more than two years ago appeared in court Monday.
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald met Monday with local government and business leaders.
The initial incident occurred shortly after midnight on Monday, July 6, in the “Isles” parking lot off Lihiwai Street.
Forecasters say a building south-southwest swell will peak on Tuesday and remain elevated into Wednesday.
According to Emergency Medical Services, Alex Isom was unconscious when bystanders pulled him out of the water.
It happened at around 10:30 a.m. and while power was restored in just 30 minutes, thousands of homes and businesses were affected.
The study states that workers here get the equivalent value of just 55 cents for every dollar they make.
According to police, an armed man stole money and fled in a vehicle.
There are 145 hotels in the state, which makes the islands a big target for some gifted con artists.