Thousands of pounds of free groceries will be given out on Saturday on Molokai.
As part of the project, dozens of new light poles are being installed from Downtown to Waikiki. But some are questioning the odd placement of the new poles.
The Hawaii All Collectors Show is taking place featuring everything from action figures to coins, to fossils and stamps at the Blaisdell this weekend.
The Board of Water Supply is coming clean about not conducting scheduled water quality testing.
Rescue crews responded to a car in the water at the Kaneohe Bay Yacht Club just after 9 p.m
A man was arrested in connection with a Windward house fire in May.
Hawaii Island police have charged Alkapone Cruz-Balles in connection with a carjacking Wednesday.
A traffic light, crosswalk, even a tunnel. Those have been some of the possible solutions to the traffic mess at Laniakea on Oahu’s North Shore. Now, after years of talk, the city and state are targeting specific short and long-term solutions.
A lawsuit against Ala Moana Center for a death on their property will be allowed to continue. But with some caveats. The Hawaii Supreme Court issued a ruling on the 2005 case, where 22-year-old Jasmine Fry died at the mall after getting stuck in an exhaust duct.
A state Department of Land and Natural Resources enforcement boat meant to patrol Hawaiian waters has been sitting idle for more than a year. Now, a small mangrove tree is growing out of the engine and the propellers are encrusted with sea life.
Live Samuelu made his first court appearance today after being accused of sexually assaulting a 13 year-old girl.
Larry Ellison says he wants to turn Lanai into a little utopian society. The billionaire shares some of his most revealing plans since purchasing the island in a new book, “The Billionaire and the Mechanic.”
A 54-year-old Kauai man was rescued when his vessel capsized approximately 10 miles southwest of Kauai on Friday. Anthony Wichman of Koloa was fishing in the area when he hooked a 230 pound ahi that subsequently capsized his boat.
The Aloha Gardens Project is supposed to be an oasis for the disabled and elderly. A major concern Housing and Urban Development had with one aspect of that project was a camp — its management and whether it was serving its intended use.
It will be 10 years in prison for a former caregiver who swiped hundreds of thousands of dollars from an elderly patient.
Traffic Advisory // The City’s Department of Environmental Services says traffic will be affected next week as construction crews rehabilitate wastewater pipes in and around the Honolulu area.
After launching service to Taipei, Hawaiian Airlines is gearing up to expand its reach across Asia next year. The sights and the sounds at the airport terminals are changing and growing with the carrier.
One floor of the Honolulu Police Department’s main station was evacuated on Thursday after a scare in the evidence room. A crime lab technician reported a suspicious package that was brought in.
The Department of Education has provided funds for Paauilo Elementary and Intermediate School to receive electrical upgrades to the cafeteria and locker rooms.
Traffic Advisory // The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation wants to inform drivers of lane closures next week related to design work for the Honolulu rail transit project.
It’s a piece of history that some say was overlooked by progress of the western world. But an ancient Hawaiian village in Poipu on Kauai is showing signs of life again.
The Honolulu Medical Examiner’s Office has identified the man who was fatally stabbed at Kailua District Park on July 12.