Crews were called to scene just after 7:30 p.m. Thursday after the vehicle drove into one of the walls of the Kaneohe post office off Kameha…
The seal, known as RF22, was found dead earlier this week near Anini Beach on Kauai.
The incident occurred at around 7 p.m., cutting power to roughly 240 customers including Kua Aina in Ward Centre.
This is Tau, the Australian shepard. His nose is trained to specifically sniff for turtles and their eggs.
The Doris Duke Foundation said the fence worked for the first six months, but lately officials have spotted people coming back.
With millions of gallons of water wasted, KHON2 led a state repair crew to the leaking pipes in a heavily forested area of Waiawa.
Transportation officials say the cost to repair a ZipMobile that broke down Wednesday was minimal, but taxpayers will be spending millions f…
Repairs to the main on Moloalo Street are expected to continue overnight.
Violations included unresolved IT issues, a non-integrated eligibility enrollment system and lack of financial sustainability.
We’re only two weeks away from the start of hurricane season and thanks to El Nino, Hawaii could see another active storm season this year.
The UH Mānoa College of Education (COE) held a press conference announcing the Brian Kajiyama Heart of a Warrior Scholarship, Thursday. Es…
Police said he was driving up Mott Smith Drive when he crashed near Kalawahine Place.
A Good Samaritan was honored Thursday by the Honolulu Fire Department for his creativity when rescuing a trapped child.
They can’t be released back into the wild because of their limited eyesight.
A multimillion-dollar stadium at Lahainaluna High School with a billion-dollar view sits idle more than a decade after it was envisioned.
The rankings were based on data from a 100-percent sample of Social Security card applications.
Residents at 15 Craigside are learning how country music legend Glen Campbell is living with Alzheimer’s disease.
The device was found Wednesday afternoon on a property at Ahuwale Road.
It is supported by the Hawaii State Disability and Communication Access Board.
Police said a man took items without paying and brandished a knife when he was approached by security.