Wednesday’s enforcement follows six months of outreach to homeless individuals living along the slopes of Diamond Head.
Are people allowed to be on school campuses during non-school hours? Does this include the school playground? Every Wednesday, we ask HPD qu…
A popular event with local music fans returns to the Waikiki Shell. The Bash started in 1991 and continues to attract thousands of people ev…
The Department of Agriculture was ordered to pay a penalty of $465,000 and take corrective action to prevent future sewage discharges.
“I would simply become an obstructionist in a political party that doesn’t want to hear my voice or my message.”
Coming off a hotly-contested series at home against Indiana, the University of Hawai’i baseball team (11-8) is looking to bounce back with M…
Some of Hawaii’s best chefs are cooking up a storm for a great cause. They’re gathering for the Hawaii Foodbank’s 11th Annual Great Chefs Fi…
Kamaaina Kids discusses how children learn through play, how outdoor play impacts children’s health, activities that make learning fun.
Stylists at this salon consult and create an image for each person, based on each person’s unique lifestyle and individual facial features.
Infiniti of Honolulu has a brand new look that’s taking shopping for a car to the next level.
Trini visits the home of Dave Gorman and puts the system to the test.
Honolulu Cookie Company’s Guava and Lilikoi premium shortbread cookies are part of their 2017 Fruit Collection.
The alleged assailant was reportedly shot by police there.
The U.S. House of Representatives is set to vote on the measure on Thursday.
The University of Hawai’i women’s volleyball team showed its moxie as it battled back to defeat Kansas in five sets in its third and final s…
While many individual states have already legalized marijuana, the federal government still outlaws it.
So far, 209 schools have air conditioners in the classroom, 139 had ceiling fans installed, and seven schools received electrical upgrades.
What happens if a business shuts it doors when it owes you money or merchandise?
We wanted to know what’s being done to ensure all residents are aware of the upcoming changes that go into effect April 1.
If the bill advances, prospects are uncertain in the Senate, where Republicans hold a slim majority.