Campbell High School, Ilima Intermediate School, and Kaimiloa and Pohakea elementary schools went on lockdown at 9:30 a.m.
The agreement is subject to customary regulatory approvals and is expected to be completed during the second half of the year.
“It’s natural that everybody’s coming in as they realize that the future is Internet TV,” the CEO of Netflix said.
X-rays showed all but one of the patient’s teeth were decayed beyond repair and there was infection throughout his mouth.
Voters heading to the polls this morning for the New York primary. It could be a critical contest for the presidential candidates. Hawaii Pe…
Police are investigating a pedestrian-involved accident on Keeaumoku Street. The incident was reported just after 3:30 a.m. Tuesday near the…
Officers found a single, unoccupied black BMW with what appeared to be an explosive device inside.
Drive around town and you might notice abandoned shopping carts. In some areas it’s a lot, and in other areas you will find a few.
Margaret Wille says council members owe it to themselves and to the residents of Hawaii island to, at the very least, hold a discussion on K…
Officials want to make sure guests are safe while also protecting the summit environment.
Kamaaina Termite and Pest Control says rodents are found island-wide, but there are problems in wetter areas, like Kaneohe and Manoa.
Eliminating satellite camps means that FBS coaches and staff members are not allowed to attend any football camps featuring high school stud…
We’ve been following this story since last October, when allegations surfaced over conditions at construction sites on property.
Four fatalities appeared to be weather related, authorities said.
The OCEAN Health Fest will feature cooking demonstrations by renowned island chefs Sam Choy and Nico Chaize, group fitness activities and a …
Homeland Security Investigations recently seized thousands of illegal colored contact lenses from a mall kiosk right here on Oahu.
He ran a red light and was struck by a rubbish truck traveling in another direction.
A visiting researcher, identified in the report as Thea Ekins-Coward, was injured.
After his car slammed into an electrical pole, he took a dose of 10,000 volts for nearly five minutes.
Ceremonies run throughout the month of May with more than 11,000 students anticipated to be walking in this year’s ceremonies.