The judge ordered the 77 machines police confiscated back in 2012 returned to their owner, Tracy Yoshimura.
Officials say they will examine all aspects of their maintenance plan and promised to work on public outreach to better inform motorists of …
The offer applies to drivers who were cited between 2 and 6 p.m. near Kamehameha Highway and Waimano Home Road.
The Hawaii County prosecutor’s office has launched a criminal investigation into Kenoi’s misuse of a government-issued credit card.
Firefighters arrived at 4:10 p.m. to find a two-story single-family home fully involved with a second home also on fire.
The Hawaii Police Department said they were blocking access to construction workers who were en route to begin work on the Thirty-Meter Tele…
As executive director and CEO of Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation, Dan Grabauskas makes just over $257,000 a year.
The 55-foot ketch is in a secluded area and tricky to remove.
The professional wrestler and actor took to Instagram to announce that he’s signing a contract with Disney.
A 50-year-old man is facing multiple charges in connection with a robbery case in Ewa beach.
A black 2013 DAIX moped making a left turn from the exit of 349 Hanakai Street in Kahului failed to yield and collided with a white 2008 Toy…
Kelly Slater has pulled off an impressive April Fool’s joke… if indeed it is one.
A 12-year-old boy was hospitalized in serious condition after a reported near drowning in Waikiki Wednesday.
Hawaii County Mayor Billy Kenoi is issuing a public apology after paying back thousands of dollars spent on personal expenses using a govern…
Authorities said an unknown male parked his white Charger in the parking lot, entered the bank, brandished a handgun and demanded money.
The seven artifacts, some nearly 2,000 years old, were smuggled from an archaeological site in India and brought to the U.S. illegally.
Two critically endangered Hawaiian monk seals (Neomonachus schauinslandi) were successfully returned to Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Mo…
Sharie Souza of the Honolulu Police Department Criminal Investigation Division will answer this week’s questions from a viewer.
Every year, the company gets into the spirit as a number of their project teams display their skills (and humor) online.
Residents say they want a fund set up that would keep the security cameras in working order.