The crash near the Vineyard off-ramp caused traffic gridlock past the Punahou Street overpass.
The 38-year-old man was en route to the Big Island from Maui when he reportedly lost sight of the island due to volcanic smog and drifted of…
Waikiki Elementary teacher Catherine Caine was named one of four finalists for the 2015 National Teacher of the Year Award.
“I will miss being with my teammates. Being a part of this team was something special that I will always treasure.”
It is illegal to have a monitor on a vehicle dashboard.
After years of complaints the state is moving to remove a dangerous tree looming over homes in Pearl City.
Firefighters are working to put out a massive brush fire sparked by the lava flow in Pahoa.
As if taking off your shoes and taking out your laptop wasn’t enough. Now you may have to do even more the next time you fly.
Hawaiian Host announced plans to purchase Mauna Loa from The Hershey Company. Both will continue to operate under their respective brands.
While power was expected to remain on Tuesday night, companies made adjustments, just in case.
Because the state didn’t want Hawaiian Electric to own everything, it made the utility spread around ownership.
A mother and her calf got up-close-and-personal with a boat and its passengers in waters off Lahaina.
Both Island Air and Hawaiian Airlines are offering $59 one-way fares between Honolulu and select neighbor islands for tickets purchased thro…
Richard Leibman, 35, had been on the run since Dec. 4, 2014, when he failed to attend his status hearing at Lihue District Court.
The story of a tortoise found roaming a Kaneohe neighborhood has come to a happy close, its ending not too far from where it all began.
Experts say these species have replaced development and human alteration as the biggest threats to Hawaii’s ecosystem.
The men approached an Aloha Island Mart and attempted to open the front glass door with a pry bar.
Arnette Mae Moniz is believed to be staying in the Kapaa area.
However, customers are asked to continue conserving energy during the peak evening hours of 5 to 9 p.m.
The Hawaii Public Housing Authority is seeking a master developer to redo its property on N. School Street and Lanakila Avenue.