Zika is a mosquito-born illness spreading in South America, but Hawaii’s health officials are quick to point out, the disease does not origi…
Businesses could receive $25,000 or 60 percent of annual business losses, whichever is the lesser amount.
The two-day event at Queen’s Beach in Waikiki kicked off Thursday and includes appearances by NFL players including Marcus Mariota.
The goal is to reduce overcrowding, and lawmakers have said upgrading the current facility could end up costing more than building a new one…
No swimming at all North Shore beaches is advised, including Anini Beach, due to dangerous ocean conditions.
The calls started shortly after 2 p.m. and many occurred within a 30-minute period.
Festivities will take place from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. and feature fun and educational exhibits, performances and activities.
Up to 250 people are expected at the party, mostly NFL dignitaries, sponsors, and invited guests.
Inmates in the extended furlough program live and work outside of the facility, but must check in at various times throughout the month.
Much of Honolulu was shrouded in vog and, due to light and variable winds, it won’t be leaving anytime soon.
The Public Safety Committee Vice Chair says he does not want to see another situation like the incident involving DLNR officer Ethan Ferguso…
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The species was once reduced to a population of about 20 birds.
It happened just after 4 p.m. Wednesday near the intersection of Waiakamilo Road and Kaumualii Street.
The park itself will remain open to the public during normal hours.
Even those who voted to extend the tax say they’re still concerned about the escalating cost of the project.
If it becomes law, House Bill 1675 or Senate Bill 2615 would make it illegal for teachers to try to change someone’s sexual orientation.
A 52-year-old South Korean man was taken to the hospital with puncture wounds to his chest and thigh.
Wednesday’s job fair featured a record 300-plus employers from a variety of industries.
His son, Kai, described him as a history buff who “would often read famous speeches by famous leaders in our country.”