The owner faced more than $140,000 in fines and the city placed a lien on the property.
University of Hawai’i junior Skye Inakoshi finished in a four-way tie for the individual title after Friday’s final round of the 40th John B…
The dispute is a strikingly personal fight in an industry with a long history of strife between artists and those who work with them.
Even rail officials, like deputy executive director Brennon Morioka, will tell you: “That the guideway itself is a little bit off.”
Abraham was arrested in Kealakekua and returned to Hawaii Community Correctional Center.
Milwaukee resident Charles Rushing, diagnosed with terminal lung cancer, was stationed at Pearl Harbor in the 1970s.
“It just so happens, our problem has been with Polynesians,” the bar owner explained.
This schedule will continue for the next three weeks until Friday morning, Mar. 11.
Salvage crews retrieved the helicopter Friday.
The government wants Apple to bypass a self-destruct feature that erases the phone’s data after too many unsuccessful attempts to guess the …
A woman’s debit card and EBT card were used at businesses in Pahoa and Hilo.
Her 1960 novel addressed racial injustice of the 1930s and would become a classic for all generations.
Motorists are advised to plan ahead and use alternate routes such as the H-3 Freeway and Pali Highway.
The Coast Guard and Hawaii fire rescue crews were searching for 69-year-old Diana Wolking.
Many Leeward roads will soon be eligible to be mapped, repaved and maintained by the City’s road repaving and pothole fixing crews.
For sports and basketball fans, March Madness is the best time to be in Las Vegas.
It is always a good time to become a realtor on Hawaii.
The Hawaiian Telcom Tech Check question of the day is: What would be the hardest thing for you to give up, right now?
The 91st Annual Ho`olaule`a is on Saturday, February 27, from 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Kama’aina Kids suggests parents should consider its Day Camps for keiki for spring break!