Their trip to Disney World may turn into a nightmare if things don’t work out for them on Saturday.
For one resident who lived through it, watching what’s happening in Florida as Hurricane Irma approaches hits incredibly close to home.
One month after hot water was restored, students at Hale Mokihana are again taking cold showers.
The company kicked off a partnership Friday with the state Department of Health’s Choose Healthy Now campaign.
The state says it’s got a feral cat problem, but the ways they’re now being allowed to take care of that problem are being called inhumane.
The Office of Consumer Protection is urging consumers to seriously consider placing a credit freeze on their credit reports with all three c…
Officials say Kaimana was able to shake off the hook and lure on her own, and was resting on the beach by the time a response team arrived.
The Board of Water Supply says the pipe was damaged by a contractor who was working in the area.
The expo is from Sept. 8 through Sept. 10 held at the Neal S. Blaisdell Center.
Proceeds from both shows go to Kristi Yamaguchi’s Always Dream Foundation, which supports early childhood literacy in Hawaii.
Witnesses say a man was seen wandering the westbound lanes of the freeway.
Interim Police Chief Cary Okimoto says there are some kinks that need to be worked out before they can implement the program.
The measure extends Oahu’s half-percent surcharge to the state’s GET by three years until the end of 2030.
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center confirms there is NO tsunami threat to Hawaii following an 8.1-magnitude earthquake off Mexico.
The airline is getting ready for the arrival of a new A330 aircraft as well as a new fleet of A321neos which will add more flights to the We…
Candidates were scored based on their answers to topics important to Honolulu, addressing current problems in the community, how they’d resp…
Candice Palacio Carrillo said when she spoke to her son, “he said that he was holding it and that it was too heavy for him to carry, and the…
The theft obtained consumers’ names, Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses and, in some cases, driver’s license numbers.
The decision upheld a ruling by a federal judge in Hawaii who found the administration’s view too strict.
Our own Justin Cruz loves spicy food, but can his taste buds handle “the world’s spiciest instant ramen”?