Always Investigating is asking whether a new theory is enough for prosecutors to take another look.
This is a rematch of last year’s Division I state title game.
Fire officials determined it was caused by overcooked food.
Fire officials say they’re dealing with two challenging factors: strong winds and lack of water.
In the past, Hawaii Correctional Industries was only allowed to sell to state agencies and non-profit organizations, but a new law changed t…
The multimedia project includes including the Pulitzer Prize-winning “Falling Man,” photo
Waiea is the first mixed-use residential tower in the 60-acre master-planned community.
Experts say the ants appear to have been present for a significant amount of time, probably years.
Brendan Dassey’s release from prison appeared imminent right up until the three-judge panel from the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Ch…
Maenette K. P. Ah Nee-Benham currently serves as the inaugural dean of the Hawaiinuiakea School of Hawaiian Knowledge at UH Manoa.
The parade’s grand marshal was Gary Sinise, whose foundation helps support veterans.
The property will be used for low-cost student housing.
Tommy G. Martin has no permanent address but frequents the Honokaʻa area.
The Kaneohe-bound lanes will be closed between Valley View Drive and the Wilson Tunnel.
Black Friday has lost some of its luster, with sales starting on Thanksgiving Thursday, and stores are already promoting “pre-Black Friday” …
A subsidized police SUV veered off the road and onto the sidewalk, plowing into a Hawaiian Electric structure.
Hawaii ranked third in states with the highest rate of unsheltered homeless people.
Her father is calling for justice to be fully served after he learned the man behind bars for the crime may not have acted alone.
The Iolani graduates were two of the movie’s screenwriters.
The American Cancer Society’s Hope Lodge Hawaii will soon provide adult cancer patients with a place to stay and heal.