Barbershop Quartets will hit the stage this weekend as Hawaii Public Radio’s Atherton Summer Season comes to a close. Four ensembles from th…
Question: I have a meeting with a detective at the main station. How do I get into the building? Answer: The main police station is locate…
More changes may be coming a new law, regulating ride hailing companies like Uber and Lyft. The law was passed less than a month ago by th…
A federal jury ruled against a woman who sued the state and the NFL for discrimination and civil rights violations.
A popular for-profit college is shutting its doors amid questions over how it operates. ITT Educational services says it’ll close more than …
After a recent inspection, a licensed arborist reported that the trees were overly tall, matured, and some were leaning toward the roadway.
The demand for housing remains strong but there aren’t a lot of options for homebuyers.
Officials say they are no longer safe because of the placement of rail columns.
The Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources is taking notice after more than 300 people couldn’t finish the race because of strong c…
Both candidates remain largely unliked, with majorities saying they have an unfavorable view of each candidate in the new poll.
This will be the first-ever meeting between Hawaii (0-2) and UT Martin (0-1).
Originally from Montana, the Cannons were staying in Seattle for a week when their dog, Pudgy, ran away.
On Friday the ‘Bows will get the chance to do two things the 2007 team could not: remain unbeaten through seven games, and beat Colorado.
“While he served just 18 months here in Congress, the impacts that he made and the aloha spirit that he embodied will live on in Hawaii and …
It happened in the Zipper Lane on the bus servicing Route 91 from Ewa Beach.
Officials say international conservation efforts over the past 40 years proved successful for most populations.
The 48-year-old suffered burns to roughly 45 percent of his upper body.
The fire broke out shortly after 2 a.m. Tuesday and completely engulfed the structure.
A tech blogger has blasted the move as “user-hostile and stupid.”
The couple’s legal counsel filed a lawsuit against the state because the law prevents the wife from joining him.