Witnesses say a man was seen wandering the westbound lanes of the freeway.
Interim Police Chief Cary Okimoto says there are some kinks that need to be worked out before they can implement the program.
Welcome to Season 5, Episode 2 of Cover2: Hawaii High School Football Weekly.
Waianae senior running back Rico Rosario broke a 20-year-old single-game rushing record with 243 yards against Moanalua last week.
Keoni Seinhoff is a former University of Hawaii offensive tackle and is making an attempt to give back after taking some time off from footb…
The 5-foot-8, 160-pound junior has 549 rushing yards and four touchdowns on the season.
Waialua vs. (4*) Waipahu and Kamehameha-Maui vs. Baldwin.
Former University of Hawaii lineman R.J. Hollis asks the scholars at Waianae some tough questions in this week’s pop quiz.
Since he was in kindergarten, Tai-John Mizutani longed to bring the koa trophy to Kamoku Street.
(2) Kahuku vs. Bingham (UT) and (8) Kailua vs. Kapolei.
The home of Na Alii first welcomed students to campus in 1961 on what used to be sugar plantation land.
Through the camera lens of Big Island Sports Network’s Thane Milhoan, congratulations to senior Makana Kanehailua.
The measure extends Oahu’s half-percent surcharge to the state’s GET by three years until the end of 2030.
Proud hosts of the new Edward “Skippa” Diaz Stadium at Kusunoki Field, sixth-ranked Farrington hosts its biggest home game ever against four…
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center confirms there is NO tsunami threat to Hawaii following an 8.1-magnitude earthquake off Mexico.
The airline is getting ready for the arrival of a new A330 aircraft as well as a new fleet of A321neos which will add more flights to the We…
Candidates were scored based on their answers to topics important to Honolulu, addressing current problems in the community, how they’d resp…
Candice Palacio Carrillo said when she spoke to her son, “he said that he was holding it and that it was too heavy for him to carry, and the…
The theft obtained consumers’ names, Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses and, in some cases, driver’s license numbers.
The decision upheld a ruling by a federal judge in Hawaii who found the administration’s view too strict.