For the second time this week, a brazen crime has taken place in Waikiki.
Some Kailua residents may be sleeping a little better after the capture of a coqui frog.
An Oahu man wants answers from Hawaiian Electric Company after a concrete slab collapsed underneath him.
Radar indicated heavy showers along leeward slopes from Kailua-Kona to Milolii.
Physical education teacher Chris Akana says he’s been reaching out to school staff since 2012 with issues about cleanliness.
The state says the damage is not in the new construction, but part of what used to be the shoulder of the existing viaduct.
Records show Osuna has been in and out of prison for multiple convictions and probation violations.
Police say a boy was hit by a BB gun Tuesday afternoon in Pearl City.
On Saturday, Sept. 19, police say Frederick Funaki walked into First Hawaiian Bank, demanded money and fled.
Aulani Halemano’s family and friends gathered along Farrington Highway with signs warning drivers to slow down.
It happened at around 2:14 p.m. Wednesday on Young Street.
The event explored ways to build Hawaii’s technology and innovation sector, and diversify the economy.
Tourism officials say the additions will provide Hawaii travelers with new options as well as bring in new visitors.
This was the first time a Pope has ever addressed a Joint Session of Congress.
The goal is to build a launch and landing pad using indigenous Hawaiian basalt, or crushed rock material, mined from a quarry near Hilo.
The vessel will be disposed of at a salvage yard at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.
The Kauai native tells us she’s still finding a balance.
Ceramic tile and marble setters were asking for better pay and benefits.
A generous donation was given to help cool down some hot classrooms on Wednesday.
The state wants to know what you think about its new plan to prevent a potentially catastrophic flooding event in Waikiki.