It now goes to the full council for a vote.
Officials closed the road from mile marker 11 to 16 until state crews could clear the debris.
The undergraduate ceremony is from 9 a.m. to noon and the advanced degree ceremony is from 3-5 p.m.
The Honolulu Fire Department installed free smoke detectors in dozens of homes as part of the Smoke Alarms For Everyone program.
Fujitsu donated $20,000 worth of air conditioners to Waianae and Makaha elementary schools.
Residents are urged to place non-perishable food items next to their mailbox before their usual mail pickup time.
The campaign aims to get more TSA resources to airports and alert other travelers of long wait times.
You might be shocked how much those habits are costing you in potential retirement savings.
Question: Are handcuffs illegal to buy? Answer: Although it is not illegal to purchase or own handcuffs, you may be opening yourself up to c…
Firefighters put out a two-alarm structure fire in Ahuinanu. The incident was reported just after 3:30 a.m. Wednesday on Hui Koloa Place nea…
Drivers have been feeling the effects of a major water main project for years on Kapiolani Boulevard.
There is a water line break in Aiea on Moanalua Loop near Kaonohi Street.
Ollie is trained to provide a comforting presence to victims and witnesses involved in stressful investigative and legal proceedings.
Brian Ahakuelo told KHON2 he had been planning to retire since the beginning of the year, and that the trusteeship is not a cause for concer…
While paying for baggage has become widely accepted, as has paying for meals, most airlines continue to collect more and more so called add-…
HART’s executive director says he hopes to have an updated financial plan by the end of the year.
According to the contractor, repaving was completed about a month ago and the lines are only temporary.
Repair work will be happen between 7 p.m. Tuesday to approximately 3 a.m. Wednesday.
The Hawaii Department of Transportation said processing times have been reduced by 35-45 percent.
The Auto Insurance Center says Hawaii is number-one of all U.S. states that feel the burn behind the wheel — by a mile.