“We put our lives on the line every time our boots touch the road, and if you could give us some space to work, we’d appreciate it.”
What is the law on tint? What types of vehicles? And what about the windshield?
The man accused of attacking a pregnant monk seal has changed his plea from ‘not guilty’ to ‘no contest.’
The break was reported just after 7 p.m. Wednesday.
Headlined by William Shatner and the cast of “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” the convention will also feature creators and stars from the …
The 17 new recruits were sworn in after nearly 1,000 people took the test to become police officers.
The property owner tells us interest in the swap meet has declined over the years and is no longer sustainable.
One customer was asked to pay $8,000, and another more than $26,000 to get on the grid.
Michael Terui was indicted by a grand jury on two counts of sex assault.
While none of us want to see waist-high weeds of grass along our roadways, the damage weed whackers cause to cars adds up.
According to Smart Growth America, seniors in Hawaii are four times more likely to die as a pedestrian compared to those under 65.
Sources tell us the boys made multiple threats on social media against the school, and one of them posted a picture of a gun.
The goal is to get life-saving treatment to someone before paramedics arrive.
The team pulls over when they see Samuel Enoka Kalama Intermediate School, Trini’s alma mater. Trini and Taizo brave the cold weather to tak…
Scientists said they need to study the atmospheres before determining whether these rocky, terrestrial planets could support some sort of li…
Why is an increase necessary, and how much of a burden would it be for island families?
Sophomore catcher Kekai Rios is confident the ‘Bows are onto something.
Bob Coolen says he’s more concerned with numbers on the stat sheet than the countdown to his milestone win.
The goal is to protect Hawaii’s native birds from diseases that can be spread by disease-carrying mosquitoes, such as avian malaria and avia…
The closure will be in effect from 9 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. nightly starting Sunday night, Feb. 26, through Friday morning, March 3.