Although Congress and the U.S. Supreme Court were on break, this week was packed with plenty of political headlines. Here’s a look at what you might have missed.
A quiet Manoa neighborhood was the scene of a major manhunt Friday morning. It all started with the search for a car thief. The incident affected residents, businesses, and hikers in the area.
Technology is causing the downfall of some big companies. The latest casualty being Barnes & Noble in Kahala. A manager at the store in Kahala Mall confirmed the store is closing.
A campus that’s in disrepair. Students paying more. Even cuts in the classroom. So why is the University of Hawaii spending big bucks on recruiting for high-paid positions? And is it money well spent?
An anonymous tip has taken a wanted criminal off the streets and put him behind bars.
Honolulu Police are asking for the public’s help in locating witnesses or the suspect in a Waikiki assault that sent a man to the hospital in critical condition.
More than $700 million of improvements are about to begin at Honolulu International Airport. But as always, with improvements, expect some inconveniences along the way.
Federal cuts are trickling down, leaving the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association scrambling to cut seven percent this year. Their proposal — four furlough days for nearly 12,000 employees from the National Weather Service. NOAA says 370 employees will be affected in Hawaii.
University of Hawaii Athletic Director Ben Jay is caught in the line of fire over his decision to change the nickname of the UH athletic teams. The latest shots aimed his way are in a scathing two-page letter from the UH Manoa Letterwinners Club.
Nestle Pizza Company is recalling an undetermined amount of frozen pizzas that may be contaminated with small plastic fragments.
Two people were hospitalized Thursday morning following a three-car crash on Kauai’s Kaumualii Highway in the vicinity of Knudsen Gap.
A Honolulu Police Officer was honored by state lawmakers on Thursday after he saved an elderly couple trapped inside a burning vehicle.
The Walmart store in Kapolei was temporarily evacuated Thursday afternoon after an ammunition box was found inside of a shopping cart in the parking lot.