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The man ran into the road in an apparent attempt to cross the street and was hit by a pickup truck traveling southbound.
Nick and Ryan Lundquist were working a roofing job in Kailua when something caught their attention.
With just days until Christmas, shoppers are rushing to get those last-minute gifts, and police warn thieves may be watching.
The USS Arizona Memorial and Pearl Harbor Visitor Center will be closed on Dec. 27.
For the first time in his career, Kapolei’s Louis Smolka will fight on pay-per-view as the UFC announced Wednesday that the Last Samurai’s f…
Crews arrived to find the two-story home fully engulfed in flames.
At the parole office Wednesday, Lacey’s father and half-brother watched as Aaron Schonlau faced the parole board by videoconference.
How much public trust has the department lost and how do officers regain that trust?
Christian Gutierrez, 19, turned himself into sheriffs Tuesday after a warrant was issued for his arrest.
The manhunt for Anis Amri is raising questions about how closely German authorities are monitoring the hundreds of known Islamic extremists …
Betty Loo Taylor was a jazz pianist who earned the nickname “Lady Fingers” because her fingers flew over the piano keys as she played.
The midday lane closures were part of the p.m. contraflow project — crews were inspecting the concrete decks and doing maintenance.
Chad G. K. Armitage Jr. was arrested Monday and charged Tuesday.
According to the state, David Low was a licensed insurance agent, but marketed himself as a financial manager and investment expert.
Officials say this is not the first incident in the area.