On Oahu city officials held a meeting Tuesday night for food truck vendors interested in selling lunch to the downtown crowd.
Honolulu police responded to their second critical pedestrian accident Tuesday night.
She loves her job waiting tables in Branson, but she says getting there was a problem.
Authorities say a woman in her 30s was walking her dog in the crosswalk when a driver made a left turn from Ala Wai Boulevard onto Seaside A…
Former athletics director Hugh Yoshida says, in some way, Jay was put in a no-win situation, but adds that more could have been done to help…
Ben Jay’s resignation will not bring an added cost to the University of Hawaii, but it’s still unclear how the school will replace him.
For nearly two decades, Ralf Bauer, executive chef at Sheraton Princess Kaiulani Hotel, creates a gingerbread village to celebrate the holid…
The woman was assisted by the flight crew and a doctor and nurse who were aboard.
The County of Hawaii’s Volcano transfer station will undergo structural repairs and expansion as part of a $1.06 million project that broke …
James Takamoto, 84, was found walking on the H-1 Freeway near Bingham Street.
Mutant horrors, singers and kissing strangers had a big year on YouTube.
Five recently elected Office of Hawaiian Affairs trustees were sworn in Tuesday as new leadership was announced.
“At its best, social media makes the world a smaller place and builds community on a global level,” Sheryl Sandberg said in an interview.
Domestic violence forced Mom to leave Las Vegas and return to Hawaii with her four children.
Residents in Mililani Mauka and Pearl City reported hearing occasionally loud explosions between 8:30-9:30 p.m. Monday.
The 160-unit facility, located at 888 Iwilei Road, is the result of a public-private partnership.
The inaugural award recognizes an outstanding college football player of Polynesian descent who demonstrates both ability and integrity.
The story of a boater who had been lost at sea for nearly two weeks has come to a happy end.
The NFL star quarterback was in fair condition, had no other internal injuries and would not need surgery.
Senate investigators accused the CIA of inflicting pain and suffering on al-Qaida prisoners far beyond its legal boundaries.