Detective Sharie Souza of the Honolulu Police Department Criminal Investigation Division will answer this week’s questions from a viewer.
Police say crooks are posing as Department of Water Supply workers on Maui.
A man is lucky to be alive after driving off Round Top Drive in Makiki.
Acting on an anonymous tip, police arrested the woman in a residence in Mountain View without incident.
At one point, thousands of condos and non-profits were getting their trash hauled by the city. Over the years, that dwindled down to just un…
Even though doctors gave Debbie Peralta just weeks to live, she says she has everything she needs this Christmas, especially with the help o…
A man and a woman are in custody Tuesday after yet another burglary in Kailua, this time on S. Kalaheo Avenue.
Even though fuel prices have plummeted in recent months, airfares have yet to follow. At least one aviation analyst says “it’s all a matter …
CrimeStoppers and the Honolulu Police Department are seeking the public’s assistance to find a man who robbed the First Hawaiian Bank in Chi…
The Maui Humane Society is asking the public for help to find two dogs recently stolen from its kennels.
The state Department of Health has installed three temporary particulate monitors on the Big Island to measure and inform nearby residents o…
Mom hopes to go back to school someday, but for now, she hopes to see her children smile after such a difficult time.
A judge has granted a request filed by the U.S. Attorney’s office to dismiss a case involving a mailbox at the former home of Honolulu’s chi…
All of them were apprehended for multiple thefts and car break-ins.
Crews are expected to return Wednesday to remove any items that have not already been cleared and store them for 30 days.
The pilot project was scheduled to end Tuesday, but the extension was made possible by additional city and private funds.
Police reopened one lane of Pensacola Street after a pedestrian accident Tuesday morning.
Police say a motorcyclist lost control near Schofield Barracks and slammed into the back of a pickup truck.
Over the weekend, thousands of dollars worth of equipment was stolen from Waikalua Loko fishpond.
Thieves are targeting cars in Kaneohe. There were three car break-ins in one week, within a one mile radius.