The Department of Land and Natural Resources announced Tuesday that State Historic Preservation Division administrator Pua Aiu is resigning.
Oahu resident Cheryl Lynn Bean is a strong believer that one person can make a difference. For five years, she was on the wait list for a kidney transplant. Last week, she got the call she had been waiting for — doctors had found a match.
Police say on the night before, you can have up to two people stay overnight to hold your spot at the park.
A retired Honolulu Police Department detective has joined the Prosecuting Attorney’s White Collar Crime Unit.
Koa is the largest native tree in Hawaii, growing to heights of more than 100 feet. It has long been a symbol of power and prestige. Soon, it will be the perfect way to honor a fallen soldier.
The provisions of the bill extend domestic abuse protections to individuals who are in dating relationships, defined under the law as individuals in “a romantic, courtship, or engagement relationship, but not necessarily characterized by actions of an intimate or sexual nature.
The man accused of a dump truck rampage through Waikiki appeared in court Tuesday morning. Honolulu Police say 43-year-old Allen Pitts stole the dump truck Saturday night, then hit two parked police vehicles with the officers still inside.
Jannah Dela Cruz who will be a senior at Moanalua High this fall, was sworn in by Hawaii Supreme Court Chief Justice Mark E. Recktenwald at Tuesday’s meeting.
The Bearcat is a state-of-the-art armored vehicle that will provide the Maui Police Department’s Special Response Team with armored protection during high-risk operations.
Big Island police have charged two men in connection with the theft of a calf over the weekend in the Hamakua District.
He was drinking and speeding, and caused a crash that killed his own brother and a 42-year-old mother. On Tuesday, a judge sentenced Pulu Sese to 10 years in prison for two counts of negligent homicide.
A Honolulu Police officer was injured after a 28-year-old woman resisted arrest at a Kaimuki park. During the arrest, police found out the woman had escaped from a detention facility.
Assistance dogs are known to provide physical, mental, and emotional benefits, but training and caring for the pups can take years.
Honolulu police are looking for two suspects allegedly involved in a Kalihi theft.
A second man involved in a gas station scheme was sentenced to 20 years in prison.
Investigators from across the U.S. poured into the mountain town of Yarnell on Tuesday to figure out why 19 elite firefighters perished in an out-of-control wildfire and whether human error played a role in the tragedy.
The Hawaiian Humane Society wants to remind the public that Fourth of July celebrations can frighten pets and they may become lost if outdoors.
UPDATE 2 // Board of Water Supply crews have completed repairs to the 8-inch main on Anipeahi Street near Makakilo Elementary School. The eastbound lane of Anipeahi Street remains closed between Aoloko Street and Ualehei Street while BWS crews conduct road repairs.
A former correctional officer is going to prison for over a year for sexually assaulting an inmate.
Final preparations are underway at Magic Island for the state’s largest Fourth of July fireworks show. There are those who would rather celebrate at home, but for anyone who bought a permit and didn’t get firecrackers yet, they are out of luck.
Anyone looking to celebrate the Fourth of July with a bang may be out of luck. The only retailer on Oahu selling firecrackers is reportedly sold out.
Otto Cake moved to Smith Street and quickly became popular for its homemade cheesecakes with exotic flavors. But over the years, it’s been plagued by problems of crime around the business.