A 28-year-old man was medevaced to the hospital after getting bit on the leg. The incident happened around 1 p.m. Tuesday at a secluded beach on the Kona side of the Big Island.
Approximately 500 customers on Molokai were without power Tuesday morning, according to the Maui Electric Company. Power was restored to all customers shortly after 11:30 a.m.
Chrysler abruptly agreed to recall 2.7 million older model Jeeps Tuesday, reversing a defiant stance and avoiding a possible public relations nightmare over fuel tanks that can rupture and cause fires in rear-end collisions.
Maui firefighters responded to an unscheduled cane fire in Kihei. The incident happened at about just after 1:30 p.m. Monday near the parking triangle area of North Kihei Road.
The Taliban and the U.S. said Tuesday they will hold talks on finding a political solution to ending nearly 12 years of war in Afghanistan, as the international coalition formally handed over control of the country’s security to the Afghan army and police..
Nearly 200 customers in the Kahala area were without power after a motorcycle crashed into a utility pole.
The FBI saw enough merit in a reputed Mafia captain’s tip to once again break out the digging equipment to search for the remains of former Teamsters union leader Jimmy Hoffa, last seen alive before a lunch meeting with two mobsters nearly 40 years ago.
A nurse at the Queen’s Medical Center says she was the focus of retaliation by her employers after she reported unsafe patient treatment.
Chaminade University is taking action to control its feral cat population. The school is no longer allowing people to feed cats on campus.
It’s a problem that’s been going on for a while in Wahiawa Heights. The bus can’t make its way through because of parked cars in the way. One solution didn’t work, so now the City says it has to take more drastic measures.
It was a special day for 72 Hawaii athletes and nonprofit organizations. They received $150,000 in college scholarships and grants from the Outrigger Duke Kahanamoku Foundation.
The driver who turned himself in for a deadly crash in Waianae has been in trouble with the law before. He was arrested for driving without a license at least twice and for having no car insurance.
A move by the City to clear the hedges around a camping site has the Waimanalo community divided. Some say it’s punishing the homeless while others say it’s necessary to keep the area safe.
The thieves are calling Hawaii seniors offering a “free” personal alarm system.
An elderly Maui man who died after being pulled from his burning condominium unit has been identified.
An attack by two pit bulls on an elderly woman and her dog in Ewa Beach could have been deadly. The woman says the quick thinking of a former military dog trainer saved her dog’s life.
Netflix said Monday that it would offer new TV shows from DreamWorks Animation starting in 2014 in what the company described as its biggest transaction ever for original first-run content.
The Maui Fire Department responded to a house fire in Lahaina Monday morning. The fire broke shortly after 6 a.m. in a home located on Front Street.
Gov. Neil Abercrombie signed a bill into law on Monday aimed at encouraging and supporting Hawaii’s beekeepers.
Hawaii drivers worried about facing the boot will need to wait a little while longer. Gov. Neil Abercrombie has yet to sign a bill that would make it illegal to apply a wheel boot on public or private property.
The cause of death for a Kalihi teenager found on Kalanianaole Highway in April has been released.
A man who was part of an elaborate scheme to steal more than $150,000 from Oahu residents was sentenced Monday morning.
Tesoro Corporation announced Monday that it has signed an agreement to sell all of its interest in Tesoro Hawaii, LLC to a Houston-based company.
NSA leaker Edward Snowden defended his disclosure of top-secret U.S. spying programs in an online chat Monday with The Guardian and attacked U.S. officials for calling him a traitor.
FBI agents are going to meet an incoming flight at a New Jersey airport after reports that a passenger claimed that everyone aboard had been poisoned.
The Guardian newspaper said the British eavesdropping agency GCHQ repeatedly hacked into foreign diplomats’ phones and emails when the U.K. hosted international conferences, even going so far as to set up a bugged Internet cafe in an effort to get an edge in high-stakes negotiations.