The Coast Guard conducted an extensive search of the area, conducting 60 sorties, totaling 120 mission hours and covering approximately 4,53…
Road closures start Saturday night.
The race at Richmond International Raceway will start with the pace lap.
(CNN) — The future is here in Japan where life-like robots are starting to pop up at some businesses. And it’s not just for the wow factor —…
Where there was once a vast forest, a scarred landscape of invasive grass and red earth remains.
Four inmates at the Hawaii Community Correctional Center attempted to escape.
A new report released on Friday details plans by the University of Hawaii at Manoa to raise and save money, in order to prevent its medical …
Sometimes one moment can just make your day.
“There (has) been significant damage to Nepal’s irreplaceable cultural heritage,” said U.N. chief Ban Ki-Moon.
What the woman didn’t know, according to police, is that the man she allegedly threatened was an off-duty police officer who wasn’t wearing …
In McCully, in the midst of towering condos and an elementary school, there are chickens. Dozens of them.
The city is auditing its trash bins after a grievance from United Public Workers, the union for the trash collectors.
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park reports that thousands of additional visitors are flocking to the park.
The Department of Transportation is moving forward with a huge modernization project at Kahului Airport, which includes a multimillion-dolla…
Claus Hansen is accused of pocketing more than $85,000 that was supposed to go to survivors of Medicaid recipients.
All stores are expected to open for business as usual on Saturday April 25.
The annual tradition began at the former Mills Institute in 1910 as a symbol of spring.
HONOLULU – University of Hawai’i men’s basketball coach Eran Ganot announced the hiring of Adam Jacobsen as the team’s new assistant coach. …
On Saturday, May 9, food trucks will park on the Missouri’s 1,000-foot pier in Pearl Harbor for “Eat the Street: Mo Bettah Edition.”
“Father Damien Way” extends along 33rd Street between First and Second avenues in New York City.