A white tip shark was spotted in Waikiki on Monday.
It could be a smoother ride this school year for thousands of Hawaii’s public school students. On Monday, the state kicked off a new school bus transportation system.
Many on O’ahu are receiving an energy rebate check, some for thousands of dollars. But it’s fake and a ruse to try to get you to buy other products. More than one-hundred people have asked the Hawaii Better Business Bureau about it.
Last year was the inaugural year for the Hawaii Symphony Orchestra. And while artistically, organizers say it hit all the right notes, financially it was still a struggle. So, there will be some changes.
Social media came to the rescue in the case of a stolen truck on the Big Island.
HAWAIIGAS is warning its residential customers about a scheme involving an individual impersonating a HAWAIIGAS employee in an attempt to gain access to their property.
Fire officials say the cause of a fire that started around 7:30 a.m. Saturday started in the garage area.
Big Island police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a man wanted for using a stolen credit card.
Gov. Neil Abercrombie has released more than $12.9 million for capital improvement projects that include priority work at National Guard and State Civil Defense facilities, repairs and energy cost-saving measures for health facilities, and a new home for the Youth Challenge Academy program on the Big Island.
Maui police are looking for a 55-year-old man who may be involved in an attempted murder that happened Sunday in Kahului
Farrington High School’s auditorium continues to sit idle after a 40-foot section of the building’s roof collapsed in Nov. 2012, but repairs are in the works.
The redesigned wing at Farrington will house its Law and Justice Academy, Sports Industry Academy, and Business Academy. Farrington has five other academies, including Health, Teacher Cadet, Engineering, Creative Arts and Technology, and Culinary academies.
A Honolulu photographer is gaining international attention for his images capturing a shocking and revolting amount of trash in the ocean.
Emergency medical officials say a 57-year-old man is in critical condition and was transported to the hospital.
It was back to school on Monday for public school students across the state. The young students at Washington Middle School are ready for the challenges of a new school year.
A special agent accused of killing a man in Waikiki did not appear drunk. That’s according to testimony in the Christopher Deedy murder trial on Monday.
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CrimeStoppers and the Honolulu Police Department are seeking the public’s assistance in locating Bobbie Venenongsoth who was last seen at his family’s Waialua farm on July 21.
Health and wellness organizations are invited to reach out to the community at the Kauai County’s Seventh annual Health and Wellness Fair.