Three different fires were set within minutes of each other. Now, an arson investigation is underway in Palolo.
Traffic is back to normal after one lane was closed to remove a military flare found on the beach in Waikiki.
Big Island police say a man who died Tuesday while in custody was tased by an officer before he became unresponsive.
Tests are being done to figure out what killed a whale that was found floating off Pearl Harbor Wednesday morning.
The Hawaii Community Development Authority voted Wednesday to start a two-month negotiation with the Hughes Company to possibly manage Kewalo Basin Harbor.
Maui police say an autopsy will be conducted on a California tourist who died Monday while snorkeling.
Soon, what to order off the menu will not be the only decision you’ll make when eating out. The state will be rolling out its rating system for those who serve food.
Drivers say traffic along a major road in Central Oahu has become maddening. They say it all has to do with a single traffic light. A Wahiawa resident called our Action Line, so we checked it out and found a traffic light that no driver would want to get stuck at.
Lunch might not ever be the same for a high school student on the Big Island. He found a snail in his salad that was served in the cafeteria.
Under the proposal, there would be no second chance for someone convicted of breaking into a car twice.
The Ewa Beach community is down one crosswalk now. On Wednesday, the state removed the crosswalk on Fort Weaver Road near Ilima Intermediate School.
An 11-year-old girl’s love for Hawaii has brought her to the islands during a challenging time in her life. She is fighting a rare brain tumor. But being here, is in way, healing.
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A murder case dating back nearly 25 years has finally come to a close. On Wednesday, Gerald Austin was found guilty of second-degree murder in the death of 81-year-old Edith Skinner.
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It was a huge day for the more than 50 high school athletes who now have college scholarships. And it wasn’t just the football players who scored.
A 52-year-old man is dead following a crash in South Kohala.
Calling all dancers and singers! The Lion King is looking for you. Disney is holding open auditions for its stage show starting on Sunday, Feb. 16.
In response to the recent number of shark attacks off Maui, researchers with the University of Hawaii are tagging more tiger sharks in the area.
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Punahou School two-sport standout Larry “Tui” Tuileta sat at the Sheraton Waikiki on National Letter of Intent Day behind a Rainbow Warrior logo.
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Honolulu Police Department Capt. Andrew Lum answers this week’s question regarding malfunctioning traffic signals.
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Two westbound lanes of Kamehameha Highway near the Hawaiian Electric Company power plant are closed to replace a slippery steel plate.
The crosswalk on Fort Weaver Road and Makule Street will be removed.
It’s a major pest that can ultimately wipe out our coconut trees if they get out of control. That’s why there’s a major effort underway to get rid of them. About 200 traps have already been set up.