American detainee Jeffrey Fowle has been released from North Korea, nearly six months after he was taken into custody.
The sentence was imposed for the charge of culpable homicide, which in South Africa means a person was killed unintentionally, but unlawfull…
There’s growing concerns over a plan to get rid of thousands of fireworks in leeward Oahu.
Kaleo Roberson, 39, says Saturday morning started like so many of his weekends do. With him and his three sons and in this case two more you…
USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory (HVO) cameras caught a small explosion of spatter that occurred at Halemaʻumaʻu on Sunday.
A 64-year-old Kailua-Kona man has died as a result of a single vehicle crash October 9 on Hinalani Street near Anini Street.
Mayor Kirk Caldwell will be holding town hall meetings to discuss his Islandwide Housing Strategy which addresses the need for affordable ho…
A mainland talent and modeling agency has been fined for violating Hawaii’s door-to-door sales law.
A new treatment protocol to deal with Ebola in Hawaii may be released later this week at a hearing at the State Capitol.
A Kansas City police officer faced a dilemma when a stranger handed him two tickets to the World Series at the Kansas City Convention Center…
The state is looking for the owner of a sailboat that ran aground at Waimanalo Bay Beach Park near Sherwood Forest.
Some people have been claiming that the world has not warmed in 18 years, but “no one’s told the globe that,” said a climate scientist.
Chocolate giants like Nestle, Mars and Hershey are making contingency plans in case the virus spreads into the West African cocoa belt.
Kona Street was back open Monday after heavy flooding due to Ana.
Forecasters say Hawaii is extremely lucky after Ana passed more than a hundred miles to the south of the main Hawaiian islands, first as a w…
A “preliminary investigation before (Philippine) prosecutors” is scheduled for Tuesday, according to the Marine Corps Times newspaper.
Any Oahu residents with storm-related damage to their living area can call the Red Cross hotline at 853-8609.