Gov. David Ige announced Tuesday appointments to his administration in the departments of Health and Public Safety as well as to his communi…
Items being offered include educational and office supplies, charts, paper, games, books, paints and assorted T-shirts.
More than 120 kindergartners from Kalihi Kai and Linapuni Elementary Schools will participate.
The Pwo master navigator will be honored alongside fellow recipients, including His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco and U.S. Secr…
A Chinese trainer told an undercover federal agent posing as a pregnant client to secure a tourist visa and encouraged her to fly through Ha…
The proclamation extends the disaster emergency relief period through December 31. The previous end date was March 6.
The “Birthday to Earth Day” campaign will run from Sunday, March 8, through April 22
Mayor Caldwell is on the mainland so managing director Roy Amemiya went over the budget highlights. He says the greatest challenge the city …
There are plans to renovate Paradise Park in Manoa, which has been closed for 20 years.
Because the area was too vast to search in the dark, crews headed out at first light to follow a lead, but came up empty.
Authorities say narrower freeway lanes may lead to incidents where vehicles with spikes could come into contact with other vehicles.
The state Department of Health says 2,600 restaurants have been inspected on Oahu, and it will likely take another six months to inspect all…
Police officials say they’re investigating the incident to see how their policies can be improved after a deadly fall from the H-1 Freeway.
Car2go says it’s ready to launch in Honolulu, but it’s waiting for the city to give the green light.
Under Deborah Pope’s leadership, Shangri La first opened to the public for visitation in the fall of 2002 and gradually expanded to include …
Some of the invasive pests making headlines here recently include little fire ants and the coconut rhinoceros beetle.
State and county firefighters have responded to more than 40 brush fires since December, from Kekaha to Haena.
Both were found unresponsive in the bay’s waters, one in the morning and the other in the early afternoon.
The scheme gets its victims to “process payments” for a company using checks that eventually bounce.
The switch could mean changes for some customers.