The 12-inch main break on Kawailoa Road was reported at around 12:35 p.m.
Investigators believe that the massive breach of the federal data system was carried out by the Chinese government.
The fake whale will play recordings of orcas hunting while in the water.
The Navy said it will do a visual safety inspection of the dock each morning before the first tour.
In February 2011, James Kimo Moses started a fire that killed 76-year-old Clarence Isobe.
Tim Corcoran said a mob of teens attacked their vans and threatened him and the children.
Tickets go on sale Saturday to see the four-time Grammy-Award winner and “American Idol” judge perform at Neal S. Blaisdell Arena.
A man in Texas receives first ever partial skull and scalp transplant.
Historical relevance played an important factor in which classic video games made the first cut.
Weather has forced NASA to cancel the launch of NASA’s Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator project.
A 17-year-old boy is facing an assault charge in connection with a stabbing in Waialua. Police say on May 17, the suspect allegedly stabbed …
The City and County of Honolulu is paying up to settle two lawsuits. Both involved pedestrians who died after they were hit by cars while cr…
A picture is worth a thousand calories.
Editor’s note: Kahuku High and Intermediate School Principal Pauline Masaniai’s name is misspelled in the video. Kahuku High and Intermediat…
“United does not tolerate behavior that is discriminatory, or that appears to be discriminatory, against our customers or employees.”
A Maui Police Department employee is under investigation for fourth-degree sex assault.
It was announced Wednesday that Punahou graduate and Oregon State University starting first baseman KJ Harrison was named to the 2015 Louisv…
The Talia Law, or the Talia Williams Child Abuse Notification Act, would require that the military immediately report any child abuse or sus…
The Albizia tree is the fastest growing tree in the world, but its branches are weak, posing a big danger to those around it.
The Honolulu City Council voted 6-3 to override the veto of Bill 6, which expands the sit-lie ban to places like Aala and Kapalama Canal.