A powerful earthquake shook up a large swath of Alaska on Thursday morning, including the state’s largest city.
Holder plans to remain at the Justice Department until his successor is in place.
Police opened a violent burglary case after a woman says she was sexually assaulted by a man in her Waipahu home.
Authorities from San Diego picked up Anthony Simoneau from Oahu Community Correctional Center Thursday.
LAPD took to Twitter to warn the public about a fake advertisement that claims you can charge your iPhone by microwaving it.
New rules could be imposed for fishermen on Maui. Could the same limits be put into place on other islands?
What is the best method to provide medical marijuana to qualified patients in Hawaii?
If you’re a fan of Rainbow Drive-In in Kapahulu, you may be happy to hear the popular plate lunch restaurant is expanding.
A 31-year-old is headed to prison after being convicted of sexual assault.
A woman punched repeatedly by a CHP officer on the side of a freeway will receive $1.5 million under a settlement.
The LaSalle Street Church came into some money following a decades-old real estate deal.
Firefighters responded to a two-alarm fire at Kam Super Swap Meet, formerly known as Kam Drive-In..
University of Hawaii president David Lassner and his staff laid out Wednesday their proposed budget for the next two years.
It took three trials to convict the man known as the Mililani Rapist. Fourteen years after his conviction, he could be back in court.
It’s been one week since Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell signed bills to keep Waikiki sidewalks clear of the homeless. But are they working?
Honolulu police are investigating three incidents involving elementary school students being approached by strangers.
The U.S. Marshals Service celebrated its 225th anniversary Wednesday as the nation’s oldest, most versatile federal law enforcement agency.