While mumps is commonly considered a disease that only affects young children, the Hawaii Department of Health says this particular outbreak…
All lanes will be closed between Wakea Street and Kalaeloa Boulevard from 9 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 7 through 5 a.m. Monday, Jan. 8.
Ransen Taito faces up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine. He is scheduled to be sentenced on July 30.
Waikiki by Moonlight begins Saturday, January 6, at 7:30 p.m.
Five of Hawaii’s most talented junior golfers are set to tee it up with five of the best the P.G.A. Tour has to offer.
The city’s neighborhood commission is conducting its regular review of the neighborhood plan, which governs how the neighborhood boards work…
A five-percent increase could mean the price of gas could go from $3.19 per gallon to $3.35 by the end of the year.
There are about 2,100 miles of pipeline on Oahu and BWS wants to replace them at a rate of 21 miles per year. But to do that will take more …
Of the $260,710.52 the state paid out, nearly a third of it went to pay inmates.
A&B says it’s received complaints that the trees are creating a safety hazard in the parking lot, but Manoa Alliance says it was told the tr…
“That’s partly because we have so few dispensaries and I think both the legislature and the administration has been really careful about rol…
Police say a woman was beaten and held against her will for hours by three men and two women.
It’s a first of its kind initiative that recognizes the contributions and sacrifices of Hawaii’s working caregivers.
A vehicle hit the Gulick Avenue overpass, scattering concrete across all four lanes.
Chances are you own a smartphone or computer that contains a chip hackers could potentially exploit to get access to sensitive information.
Police say a man fell approximately 40 feet onto N. Nimitz Highway, where he was hit by a vehicle.
The TSA nicknamed it “Satan’s pizza cutter.”
8 full-time and two part-time ambulances, the department says its system is wearing down at an increasing rate.
Gorgeous weather and supporters greeted Hokulea Wednesday as she sailed into the marina as part of the Mahalo, Hawaii tour.
According to his attorney, Ransen Taito was charged with conspiracy to obstruct justice, and will plead guilty to that charge on Friday.