It features German-style baked goods that are popular in Hokkaido, Japan.
Lifeguards report that two sharks were sighted near the pier area at approximately 1:30 p.m. Friday.
“We’re really rewarding our employees for being great members of our teams,” said a spokeswoman for Proservice Hawaii.
Kyen Knowles, 36, died from “suffocation due to mechanical asphyxia.”
It’s been a long time since Howard Hayes has been on the Coast Guard cutter Taney.
The fair will host over 70 businesses offering Leeward-based job opportunities.
It’s relocating to the new, upgraded Kapalama Hale at 925 Dillingham Blvd.
Justin Jumawan was arrested Wednesday in Waikiki.
It will be 45 stories tall with 292, or 60 percent, affordable units.
Knowing when a gun owner is arrested in another state will help police gain important information about criminals that own guns.
Timmy Miller, 48, was wanted by the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office on an arrest warrant for rape.
The Department of Education says the summer school program ends at noon and teachers are told to start making calls if parents are late.
Claude W. White was arrested and released pending investigation.
An August 7th deadline for a rail recovery plan is unlikely to be met as the feds’ own numbers now raise the question: Could the project hit…
Sen. Portman released an investigation saying that Time Warner did not provide refunds to customers that were overcharged.
Rep. Matthew LoPresti is asking the Attorney General’s office to investigate whether contractors artificially inflated their bids for profit…
The stadium has filled all but two categories: parking attendants and ushers.
The world’s largest international maritime exercise takes place June 30 to Aug. 4 in and around the Hawaiian Islands and Southern California…
However, police cannot conduct a warrant-less blood test.
Maui Electric says its Customer Grid Supply program is now at the capacity limit set by the state Public Utilities Commission.