Bicycle safety experts say drivers need to be more aware of their surroundings, especially with more bike lanes popping up.
Both sides want the murals to be repainted once the renovation is done, but Wyland says the airline is demanding ownership of the new artwor…
“The team is anxious — the coaches and players and definitely the fans — but we’ve had four tough scrimmages, so we’re kind of battle-test…
Lights at the stadium were fixed faster than anyone expected.
They are being made smaller to appease residents and business owners who claim the feature is causing more confusion and hurting business.
It happened at around 12:45 p.m. Thursday along Kaau Crater Loop Trail.
One year ago this week, Bob Stiver nearly walked away from walking.
The Hawaii State Department of Education (HIDOE) says progress is being made by school bus contractors to address the current shortage of Co…
Permits will be issued for five display sites through a lottery that will take place on Sept. 14.
With the search now in its second full day, the area has expanded to as much as 50 miles offshore due to swift and dynamic currents in the a…
Beginning in August, Consolidated Theatres will be giving back to both audiences and non-profits through Saturday screenings of iconic films…
Police cordoned off the broad, popular street, ordering stores and nearby Metro and train stations to close.
Despite all life-saving efforts, the man could not be resuscitated.
A sophomore position battle is brewing at placekicker between Australian Ryan Meskell and Punahou graduate Alex Trifonovitch.
The Hawaii Child Death Review System was instrumental in making dramatic changes statewide, but was put on hold due to lack of funding.
According to the store’s owner, the suspect asked to hold one of the puppies. “Two or three minutes later, according to the videos, we see t…
Barring weather-related delays, the work is expected to be completed within 21 calendar days.
The first stop will be Honolua Bay, Maui, where Hokulea first departed on her maiden voyage to Tahiti in 1976.
Susan Shaw was indicted by a grand jury on charges of computer fraud in the third degree and fraudulent use of a credit card.
It happened on Wednesday, Aug. 16, at approximately 10:35 a.m. at the American Savings Bank branch at 1600 Kapiolani Boulevard.