Select one-way routes start at $64 with travel between July 20 and Oct. 6.
It’s called Joel’s Law, in honor of Joel Botelho, who was shot and killed outside his parent’s home in 2011.
While the clinics will be designed to be both fun and educational, there’s a serious message behind them.
Senators are leveling a challenge in writing to the attorney general, saying essentially if he okays the governor’s move, he should spell ou…
It is not known how the snake got to the farm.
The U.S. Justice Department has launched a civil rights investigation into the video-recorded killing of a black man who was shot by police …
At the time, the Honolulu Police Department called it an accidental discharge.
Raw sewage was spilling on land and into the ocean for days, with no alert given to the public.
The break was reported at around 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, affecting 20 homes.
Lifeguards reported that a 10- to 12-foot possible tiger shark was spotted roughly 75 yards offshore.
Staff worked through the weekend to conduct interviews with the newly identified cases in an effort to identify the cause of infection.
Officials say the presence of the Navy Balzam-class auxiliary general intelligence ship is not affecting the Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) exe…
The bank says it experienced lower than expected donor turnout this week, due to the Independence Day weekend.
On Sunday, July 10, the Hilo Triathlon will put athletes to the test on Hawaii Island. The 1,500-meter race involves running, bicycling, and…
According to court documents, the acts allegedly involved a juvenile under the age of 14.
The band is returning for a special one-night only engagement at the Neal S. Blaisdell Arena.
The country’s biggest wireless carrier will start to offer its version of an “unlimited” plan and carryover data policy — with caveats.
On Wednesday, it was the defense’s turn to question Sgt. Wendell Loo, bringing up other possible suspects that police did not look into.
There have been at least 99 reports of burns and property damage from batteries overheating.
Question: Can people ask for monetary donations while standing on the road or on the sidewalk? Answer: Hawaii law states that no person shal…