The state Department of Health says the violations stem from the unabated release of hydrogen sulfide on Aug. 7, 2014.
The developers say virtual traffic lights will cut carbon emissions, reduce accidents and cut those annoying commute times.
The inaugural “Pearl Harbor Colors” was meant to be an opportunity for visitors to learn more about the military, but it turned out to be mu…
Solar panels on the roof of Hagadone Printing caught fire, forcing crews to take extra precautions.
According to the state Department of Health, trace amounts of dieldrin and bromacil were detected in Pearl City and Waialua.
The alarm came in just before noon from On Dong restaurant on S. King Street.
Two women are caught on camera apparently stealing a TV by tucking it under a skirt between the legs.
Hawaii Island police have opened a negligent homicide investigation after a 16-year-old Pahala girl died in a single-vehicle crash Wednesday…
Orlando Manguchei, 43, was reported missing Wednesday night by staff at his transitional home in Kapaa.
Hawaii County Mayor Billy Kenoi signed a bill Wednesday that makes using e-cigarettes illegal at beaches, county parks, public buildings and…
The fair at Farrington High School was meant to help Halau Lokahi families find new schools for their children.
Ciana Pelekai submitted a video of herself singing to Disney. They liked it so much, they asked her to read a few lines for the title role.
The owner could be doing car restorations, but instead he’s working on a smaller set of wheels.
An investigation is under way after a massive stash of marijuana was found in abandoned luggage at Honolulu International Airport.
State transportation officials said a tire on a Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor from Alaska overheated and caught fire at around 10 a.m.
Shipping companies have been seeing slowdowns since October, but local food distributors are confident they can weather the storm.
Some say for restaurants, especially the smaller ones, giving workers paid sick leave just wouldn’t be affordable.