President Barack Obama asked Congress to authorize military force to “degrade and defeat” Islamic State forces in the Middle East.
Based on all available data a destructive Pacific-wide tsunami is not expected and there is no tsunami threat to Hawaii.
The victims of the fatal shooting in Chapel Hill were Muslim students of both UNC and NCSU.
The city says Aiea District Park will undergo some renovations. For now, there are no plans to install new lights.
The city wants to upgrade the Blaisdell Center and wants to hear what the community thinks. The first public meeting was held Tuesday.
There’s a lot of noise over bill being looked over at the state Capitol that wants to tighten noise rules for establishments like restaurant…
Waitangi Day, as the national day is called, is marked by protests, music, celebration and reflection.
Hawaii County Civil Defense administrator Darryl Oliveira says he wants “to give the community and our volunteers a break.”
Companies have been dealing with delays in cargo shipments that could affect Hawaii’s supply of perishable meats, appliances and dairy.
Buses on Kamehameha Highway now turn right onto Kaahumanu Street to ease traffic, but that means passengers have to get off and wait for a s…
The zoo’s veterinarian and assistant zoo director says recent hurtles, like constant changes in management, have put a serious strain on ope…
Brian Williams has been suspended without pay for six months from his post as anchor and managing editor of “NBC Nightly News.”
A special ceremony marked the occasion with athletics director Bob Morikuni throwing the ceremonial first pitch.
The school is listed as one of Oahu’s hurricane evacuation shelters, and emergency officials say the cafeteria is still structurally sound.
Our very own morning anchors Diane Ako and Trini Kaopuiki joined in the festivities.
The longtime music business will close after selling off all of its remaining pianos.
The University of Hawaii softball team heads to Las Vegas for UNLV’s Wilson/DeMarini Desert Classic.