Montana officials won’t rehabilitate moose, elk or deer due to the risk of spreading disease.
The DOT put the barriers in place at Laniakea on the North Shore to help ease traffic, but a judge said people should have access to the are…
They say they’ve seen as many as 17 at one time, and are usually feeding on their plants.
The work includes mapping, photographing, recording grave marker information as well as cleaning damaged head stones.
It happened at around 1:05 p.m. between the lighthouse and the lookout.
It happened on Monday afternoon at the Kukaniloko Birthing Stones off Kamehameha Highway.
Coaches opened the first of three youth summer camps at Klum Gym on Lower Campus and walk-ups are still welcome to participate.
Because emoji were created in Japan, the meaning of some of the images are lost in translation.
911 is finally back up and running as normal on Oahu.
The eight-day exercise began on June 1 at multiple locations on four islands with more than 2,200 participants.
The 12-inch main break on Kawailoa Road was reported at around 12:35 p.m.
Investigators believe that the massive breach of the federal data system was carried out by the Chinese government.
The fake whale will play recordings of orcas hunting while in the water.
The Navy said it will do a visual safety inspection of the dock each morning before the first tour.
In February 2011, James Kimo Moses started a fire that killed 76-year-old Clarence Isobe.
Tim Corcoran said a mob of teens attacked their vans and threatened him and the children.
Tickets go on sale Saturday to see the four-time Grammy-Award winner and “American Idol” judge perform at Neal S. Blaisdell Arena.
A man in Texas receives first ever partial skull and scalp transplant.
Chef Johnny Botello joins Trini in Hawaii’s Kitchen at the Ferguson Showroom to show off the restaurant’s Hawaiian Cajun flavorings.
Taizo sits down with Honolulu Magazine Editor Robbie Dingeman about the must have magazine issue heading into the summer!