A forgetful beginning to the 2015 season for Kauai high graduate Kirby Yates continued this morning, when the Rays placed the reliever on th…
The violations stem from abandoned hazardous wastes and used oils found at the former Kalaeloa Raceway Park on Coral Sea Road.
Maui fire and paramedics believe the injuries found on the female’s upper torso suggested that she was attacked by a shark.
At approximately 6:40 a.m. inmates at the MCCC created a disturbance during breakfast.
When it comes to buying or selling a home Wells Fargo is the place to go.
We are weeks away from crowning a new American Idol and, for the Top 5, the pressure is on.
You can call Action Line to receive free legal information from practicing Hawaii attorneys.
The Hawaiian Telcom Tech Check question of the day is: What is the craziest thing your pet has ever eaten?
The passcode is easily found with a quick Google search, there’s no sense in trying to hide it.
Sharie Souza of the Honolulu Police Department Criminal Investigation Division will answer this week’s questions from a viewer. Question: Is…
On Monday, Facebook added another feature to its Messenger app: Face-to-face video calls. The company pulled the feature out of its main app…
When it opens, the Joint Traffic Management Center will bring together six agencies to improve traffic management and public safety coordina…
American Airlines blamed a faulty third-party app, not Apple.
Madame Pele is putting on quite a show especially at night when the lava glows in spectacular fashion.
Oahu Community Correctional Center’s days could be numbered, as the city and state say it’s time for a new facility.
The centers faced the prospect of layoffs and cuts in services next year as they struggled to deal with an anticipated $28 million deficit.
The new phone app will alert authorities when students run into trouble on and around campus.
It’s become such a big problem that the Nobrigas installed metal grills on all their home’s windows.
Lane closures for preparation work will begin 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Wednesday through Friday.
Bikes must have a headlight that can be seen from 500 feet, and reflectors in back that are visible from 600 feet.