Kyron Corpuz was arrested on March 14 after the juvenile reported the assaults to school counselors.
Approximately 7,000 gallons of sewage entered the storm drain leading to a canal discharging at a location east of Hickam Beach.
There had been numerous failed attempts to change the law, so now a lawsuit is being filed.
The advisory will be in effect from 6 a.m. Friday to 6 p.m. Saturday.
Are lawmakers at the State Capitol when they should be?
Key senators say they’re mulling legal options because it is being done without Senate confirmation.
Hawaii residents can expect to hear “Fight the Bite” messages on local radio and television stations statewide, and information will be post…
William Sage Lane was pulled from the water and, despite efforts to revive him, was pronounced dead at the scene.
New numbers from the 2016 Statewide Point in Time Count reveal every county saw an increase in the homeless population.
Vince Kalaola will serve 30 days behind bars, despite a plea from prosecutors for the maximum 10-year prison sentence.
CherryRoad Technologies Inc. will receive $16.7 million to modernize the state’s payroll and time and attendance systems.
County officials say the flow from Puʻu ʻŌʻō is making its way over the Pulama Pali along the western boundary of the former Royal Gardens S…
The ingredient that drove this alert may be surprising to some. It’s the flour.
Federal safety regulators warned owners of more than 300,000 Hondas and Acuras that they should not drive their cars until their airbags are…
Some areas that don’t normally see the jellies are getting them. Those areas include Ko Olina.
Honolulu City Council chairman Ernie Martin says he may take extra steps to get answers on what’s going on with the project.
A list of aerial fireworks shows across the state, plus details on when to set off firecrackers at home.
It took four workers two and a half days to erase all the graffiti, and a close look at the vandalized rail car shows no visible signs of da…
The vehicle overturned at the intersection of Puuloa Road/Lagoon Drive and Nimitz Highway.
The city will allow one canopy and up to two people, but no vehicles, to remain overnight from July 3 to July 4.