Harley-Davidson is recalling more than 105,000 motorcycles from the 2014 model year because their clutches may fail, causing stopped bikes t…
Police are looking for several men who were involved in a robbery in Ewa Beach.
Police are looking for three men involved in an early morning robbery.
Nainoa Thompson, of the Polynesian Voyaging Society, is back in Hawaii after the first legs of Hokulea’s journey around the world.
Organizers were inspired to create this event by how rice brings together the various cultures in Hawaii.
Beloved reporter Kirk Matthews retires after 40 years of working in the news industry.
A grand opening was held Sunday for the Ala Wai Dog Park.
A group of Gold Star Families gathered at Punchbowl to remember their children’s sacrifice in service to their country.
The non-profit Colorado organization aims to give free pot to veterans to help with PTSD and other serious medical problems.
The already-thriving black market for the iPhone 6 in China, where Apple competes with less-expensive alternatives, has drawn a rebuke in Ch…
No accidents or injuries related to the airbag problem have been reported by Ford.
This weekend’s demonstrations in Hong Kong follow a week of student-led boycotts and protests.
As part of the ongoing water system improvement project in the McCully area, a Board of Water Supply (BWS) contractor continues work to inst…
The Navy’s Blue Angels “Aerial Acrobatic Flying Team” criss-crossed the skies over Oahu Saturday afternoon.
A 48-year-old man is wanted for stealing from a storage company and shoplifting at Nordstrom.
The small gazebos are the city’s first venture into reclaiming more space for pedestrians in downtown Honolulu.
More than 50 groups walked the parade route from Ala Moana Beach Park to Kapiolani Park today.
Honolulu police have reopened the Waikiki Beach Walk after earlier reports of a ‘suspicious package’ being there. They responded to the call…
In a crowdfunding campaign that went online over the July 4 holiday weekend, Zack Brown’s goal was to raise only $10.
State Rep. Romy Cachola will have to pay a $50,000 civil fine for alleged ethics violations during his time on the City Council.