Riding a Segway isn’t as easy as it looks.
Both Hawaii lawmakers said leaders in Washington need to dedicate more resources to strengthen the cybersecurity infrastructure.
Representatives from more than a dozen state and county agencies are tasked with developing a statewide assessment and adaptation report on …
Two hundred emergency calls. That’s how many times people tried to call 911 Thursday for help and couldn’t get through.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration says violations were committed by the U.S. Navy and sister companies Healy Tibbitts and Tr…
The court rejected the commission’s reasons for denying the request, saying there is a need for a transparent government.
According to the National Park Service, Jameson Pasigan’s body was recovered near Morning Star Cove on Lake Mohave.
Dog and cat owners can get their pets spayed and neutered at an affordable cost.
The Dept. of Water Supply says schemers are posing as workers and calling customers.
Police say the 49-year-old threw construction material at passing vehicles at Ala Moana Center on Saturday, Jan. 3.
About 160 patients are being told to follow diet and fluid restrictions, and to go to the ER with any complications.
The body was found Friday morning under a bridge along the Hamakua Coast.
With 103 confirmed dead and 339 missing, the capsizing is likely to become the country’s deadliest boat disaster in seven decades.
Federal funds are no longer available to support the Connector’s long-term operations.
Meet the ‘Cardboard Theater.’
The call came in around 11:30 a.m. Friday.
U.S.A Women’s Volley Coach Karch Kiraly joined us on Living808 to talk about the upcoming match.
A baby two-toed sloth was born just a few months ago, but this little critter isn’t the only new thing coming to the zoo.
The Hawaiian Telcom Tech Check question of the day is: What is your favorite summer drink?
Taizo sits down with a teacher and some students from St. Patrick School in Kaimuki, not only to learn about the great education offered at …