LeRoy Wright, 37, was serving time for Burglary 1.
Crews will be conducting another sweep of Kakaako Thursday and Friday as part of the ongoing effort to clear out a homeless encampment. Poli…
The crash was first reported at 10:04 p.m. by Sumner Street, near Kmart.
We received a lot of questions about the new credit card rules, like will the old credit card work without the new chip?
For more than two years, the fountain at Pohakupu Mini Park has sat in a state of disrepair.
Offensive coordinator Ivin Jasper says he’s still running the package familiar to Rainbow fans of the ’80s and ’90s.
One donation will help fund Waikiki outreach programs such as the Aloha Express shuttle bus, while another will fly Maui homeless to the mai…
Some drivers just want nothing to do with it.
Judy K was removed from the water and placed in dry dock Wednesday.
What are Hawaii’s BB gun laws and is it time for a change?
It’s been more than 20 years since a circus elephant went on a rampage through downtown Honolulu.
Noah Montemayor lives in the Hawaii Kai area and may be emotionally distraught.
A Hilo business received a phone call from someone posing as a representative of the local electric company.
The Honolulu Police Department has opened a first-degree criminal tampering case.
It happened just before 2:30 p.m. near 6th Avenue.
The lawsuit was filed by Starn O’Toole Marcus & Fisher on behalf of all affected Hawaii owners or lessees.
The $326,716 project includes spall repair, sidewalk replacement, bridge railing replacement, and a fiber reinforced polymer composite syste…
Art and food vendors will intermingle alongside workshops throughout the first and second floors of the museum.
Scientists recorded numerous species of marine life never before seen, including a possible new species of seahorse.
Jordan Segundo has you covered in today’s 808Update. He’s telling us what’s happening around town.