Pearl Harbor visitors may have been pleasantly surprised, but others visiting national parks across the state did have to contend with park …
Young, old, women, and men came together to voice their concerns and to advocate for those they love.
They were hoping emergency officials would help calm their concerns.
“It’s nice to come home and not have to worry about all that and really just take a breath and just kind of take some time off.”
The last government shutdown in 2013 affected Pearl Harbor shipyard workers.
Your car is more likely to be stolen in Hawaii than in New York.
Some people told us they waited four to five hours before they were able to get their licenses and state IDs renewed.
Family and friends found Melissa Estoy’s car Thursday afternoon in Nanakuli. The keys were still in the ignition with all the windows down.
A certified operator still made the mistake despite the FEMA stamp of approval, and despite software training the vendor told Always Investi…
Saturday’s missile alert mistake caused widespread panic across the state, yet some cell phone users never got the alert.
Rep. Gene Ward stormed out of the hearing after he was cut off during questioning.
The former heavyweight champion will share stories about his life and experiences in and out of the ring.
It’s been more than two years since lawmakers passed an ordinance that allows individuals, organizations, and companies to sponsor projects …
Jami Zhong, 2018 Narcissus Queen, joined Take2 to talk about her experience in the pageant and her Chinese culture.
State lawmakers grilled Gov. David Ige and emergency officials for more details on what exactly happened, and what’s being done to ensure th…
All Honolulu-bound lanes of Likelike Highway are closed due to a downed tree.
Holding restaurants accountable – that’s the purpose behind the health department’s online inspection reports.
Experts say invasive alien algae has become one of the biggest threats to the East Oahu bay.
A new movie coming out this week features not one but three actors from Hawaii.
Residents installed cameras on their porches, and on Wednesday, the cameras caught a thief in the act.