A state worker charged with felony theft while at the governor’s office still has spending powers at the legislative office she now holds. A…
It’s a moment many skaters have been waiting for.
Anja Louis Soares and her mother have been located and are safe.
There were big honors for 14 men and women on Wednesday for going above and beyond their duties. Among the honorees – an off-duty Honolulu p…
Caleb Hopkins, 21, was arrested and charged for sex assault allegedly linked to indecent exposure incidents at the University of Hawaii at M…
Jeff Kim received a multimillion-dollar verdict after suing Straub Clinic and Hospital for misdiagnosing a tumor in his mouth.
Community leaders in Kalihi are speaking out over an increase in fights occurring near area schools.
The hustle and bustle of the holiday season is upon us and many spent the day getting ready for Thanksgiving.
On the day before Thanksgiving, a Honolulu teen and her family gave thanks for what turned out to be a life-saving donation.
Hawaii Island police initially responded to a report of a possible domestic abuse in Waikoloa Village.
Judge Barry Kurren said the county cannot enforce a law restricting genetically engineered crops, because it’s preempted by state law.
The director of food services says workers will roast more than 3,500 pounds of turkey as part of the feast.
Tourism officials say Hawaii remains on track to surpass last year’s record-breaking numbers. But the news isn’t all good.
Mother and daughter are not eligible for medical insurance and pre-delivery medical costs are adding up.
Local entertainer Henry Kapono will donate all proceeds from iTunes sales of ‘Angel’ to Make-A-Wish Hawaii.
Extended furlough inmate Tasha Gardner was returned to Hawaii Community Correctional Center on Friday, Dec. 12.
An officer observed the man repeatedly punching his dog in a car on Palihiolo Street in the Kealakekua area.
David Twigg-Smith was last seen by his family on Oct. 10 in Kailua-Kona
Nikki Spears was out on a work furlough pass last week and did not return.
More gun sales than ever are slipping through the federal background check system.