Homeless campers in Kakaako were clearing out the sidewalk Monday on their own before city crews arrived. Now, any item considered a sidewalk nuisance can be removed without warning and if you want to have your items stored, it’s now a $200 fee and you have 30-days to get it back.
The man accused of stealing a dump truck and leading police on a chase through Waikiki has been charged.
They pretend to be seeking feedback from customers– even offering gift cards to fill out their survey. But consumer beware! What they really want is your personal information.
A 15-year-old boy was rushed to the hospital on Monday after being hit by a pickup truck while crossing the street.
They are some of the most beautiful shells in Hawaiian waters, but don’t be fooled by their radiant colors. Cone shells can kill.
Hawaiian Electric Company says power was restored to approximately 2,400 customers in the Kaneohe area.
The $5-million public art program will highlight work created by artists who have a strong understanding of and affinity for Hawaii’s history and culture. The art will be displayed at the 21 stations along the rail route and at the train control center in Waipahu.
Hawaiian Electric Company wants to shut down power plants across the state. After serving customers for nearly 60 years, HECO will deactivate its Honolulu Power Plant. It’s just one of the moves HECO is making as it continues to move away from oil and towards renewable energy.
An Ewa Beach man indicted on three counts of promoting prostitution in the first degree pleaded not guilty on Monday from the Oahu Community Correctional Center.
An elementary school in central Oahu is getting a $33 million upgrade. Hale Kula Elementary School at Schofield Barracks received the money as part of a grant from the Department of Defense and state Department of Education.
They are cute and cuddly, but the dogs at Assistance Dogs of Hawaii are more than just good looking, they are on their way to becoming certified assistance dogs.
A 34-year-old Big Island man received his sentencing after attempting to distribute crystal methamphetamine through the mail.
AAA Hawaii is offering its Tipsy Tow service as a last resort for drivers this Fourth of July. Tipsy Tow provides a driver with a safe ride home for themselves and their vehicle instead of driving while intoxicated.