He served the state for 52 years. Tetsuo Harano died on Monday.
Russell Ching and a few friends were fishing about 25 miles off Kaneohe when they hooked a giant marlin.
Thieves are counting on people anxiously awaiting to receive their packages and deliveries before Christmas.
A non-profit sells cookies to give families like Sa’fyre’s priceless memories.
Fans watching at Consolidated Theatres and Regal Cinemas will be allowed to wear costumes, but nothing that covers the face.
Some businesses in Pearl City are losing money and they’re blaming it on phone lines that haven’t worked in three weeks.
The U.S. Air Force says lack of funding and personnel prevent it from providing the salute at funeral services.
Several fireworks shows will take place throughout the state to usher in the new year.
A single application will match high school seniors and college students to all the scholarships that they are eligible to receive.
About 6,000 establishments on Oahu, 1,800 on Hawaii Island, 1,700 in Maui County, and 690 on Kauai have been inspected.
Michelle Obama said the two-week vacation also includes an annual talent show with their large group of loved ones.
Police ask anyone with information to call the Police Department’s non-emergency line at 935-3311.
Mom has a full-time job and takes a full load of online classes, working toward her bachelor’s degree.
Owners are subject to civil and criminal penalties if they do not register.
She made it to the bonus round, but could not solve that final puzzle.
Leslie Morris, 42, was arrested at 1:15 a.m. Sunday in his Waikiki home.
Everyone’s favorite smuggler, scoundrel and hero reflected on his return, but refused to spill any secrets.
One suggestion to make the drop-off faster: use the self-help kiosks.
On a busy day, you might see 1,600 trucks traveling from one terminal to the other.
The Honolulu Police Department says thousands of Hawaii residents a year fall prey to a gift card scam.