The call came in at 8:09 p.m. near the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
Lawmakers on Capitol Hill voted to permanently bar state and local governments from taxing access to the Internet.
The argument Thursday centered around whether or not companies like Uber can in fact be classified as taxis.
Swimmers near the Makai Research Pier in Waimanalo found gill nets in the ocean Tuesday morning.
The shoulder of the highway was undermined by high surf, which damaged some of the asphalt and a guardrail.
Ocean Safety is looking at extending the shifts, but does not know how much it would cost.
Aeʻo will be a 466-unit, mixed-use residential tower that will include a highly anticipated flagship Whole Foods Market on the ground floor.
He also has to pay $45,184.42 in restitution to customers, and $260,000 in fines and penalties.
Fire officials say the blaze appears to have originated in one of the bedrooms of the single-story home.
The Roosevelt graduate signed a free-agent contract with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League Thursday.
The suspect withdrew money from the Mililani branch of Bank of Hawaii.
Trini caught up with Ron Plank and Joe White, two employees who have been with The Cal since day one.
Trini got a chance to catch up with the local boy while in Sin City.
Today, Executive Chef Ronnie Nasuti makes a couple of dishes off that menu: the Surf & Turk entrée and Watermelon Heart Salad.
Dr. Jeff Healy with Healy Plastic Surgery tells us all about it.
Chef Derek Kinoshita takes us on a culinary trip around Asia and the Pacific Rim, and shares some of his most popular food dishes.
The Hawaiian Telcom Tech Check question of the day is: Where is your favorite place to eat in Las Vegas?
Hawaii could lose about $20 million if the bill is signed into law.
Every Thursday, Dr. Kalani Brady from the John A. Burns School of Medicine answers your medical questions.
An accident on the H1 Freeway, near the Kaonohi Street overpass, forced police to close four eastbound lanes.