Hawaiʻi Island police are investigating a possible drowning in Waipio.
Rene Steinhauer spent six weeks setting up an Ebola hospital in Liberia. While he was cleared to come home, the Hawaii State Department of H…
While not aesthetically pleasing, the new signals and accompanying poles have one primary purpose: to keep motorists and pedestrians safe.
The Council on Revenues has revised its economic forecast for Hawaii, reflecting an increase of roughly $55 million, due in part to lower fu…
Between the Obamas’ arrival on Dec. 12 to their departure on Jan. 3, police officers provided additional security for the Secret Service.
If you are a music fanatic and money is no issue, you might want to consider a Sony Walkman. Seriously.
All residents and businesses in the Maalaea area are being asked to conserve water until 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Fifteen handguns were stolen from the Blue Water Hunter store.
The three-day event raised more than $40,000 for Hawaii’s public libraries.
The exemptions to the current ban on commercial drone flights were granted to Advanced Aviation Solutions and Tierra Antigua Realty.
John Fritz was sentenced for illegally entering the home and falling asleep in a teenage girl’s bedroom.
The Hawaii Tourism Authority, the state’s tourism agency, is seeking a highly qualified and motivated individual to serve as the next presid…
The 162-kW photovoltaic system is expected to save Ice Palace Hawaii nearly $70,000 a year.
On Dec. 29, 2014, at approximately 6:20 p.m., witnesses saw a light-colored pickup truck hit two pedestrians on the shoulder area of Kalania…
Honolulu police say a 27-year-old woman was rollerskating down Kikaha Street when she apparently lost control and was hit by a car.
If the nomination is confirmed by the U.S. Senate, it will fill one of two vacancies on the seven-member board.
The company said Tuesday that one illness has been reported.
Freshman Congressman Mark Takai took the oath of office, along with Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, and Sen. Brian Schatz, who were both re-elected in N…
The site sits right next to the marsh, home to endangered birds and plant life.
The campus is now the first in the Austin Independent School District with doors that open automatically thanks one student’s big dream.