A former park guide at the USS Arizona Memorial is stepping forward with allegations against management and a lawsuit.
A House subcommittee on energy and mineral resources discussed Wednesday preparation and response to volcanoes and the current Puna lava flo…
The court hearing over sweepstakes machines that were allegedly used for gambling took a detour Wednesday over the absence of the case’s for…
Harsh words from former Honolulu city prosecutor Peter Carlisle after it was revealed that up to 20 felony sex crimes did not make it to tri…
The video was released by an advocacy group that worked with Maynard that prompted a national debate about allowing terminally ill people to…
School officials say a man who allegedly stalked a student at Kapiolani Community College has turned himself in.
Early Thursday morning, the city will inspect the flap gate at the end of an outfall pipe at the Sand Island Wastewater Treatment Plant.
A mixture of recent ground and aerial videos.
Thousands of tons of construction debris produced every day in Hawaii will now get a second life, thanks to a new recycling system in Nanaku…
Honolulu Police Chief Louis Kealoha announced the promotion of 30 officers and five civilians during a ceremony Wednesday.
James McKee waived his right to fight the extradition Wednesday morning and told the judge he suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder.
Archaeologists are trying to save an ancient Hawaiian relic on Kahoolawe: a sundial on ground that’s threatening to erode.
A very special dog is conquering his fear of going through doors in a very unusual way.
ST. FRANCIS COUNTY, AR (WREG/CNN) — An Arkansas man who may have fathered more than two dozen children is behind bars. He’s accused of faili…
The Toronto Zoo’s male giant panda is celebrating this rush of winter weather.
Detective Sharie Souza of the Honolulu Police Department Criminal Investigation Division will answer this week’s questions from a viewer.
Police opened a robbery investigation following an incident in Kalihi Tuesday.
One of Facebook’s more popular, less attractive features is getting its very own app.
“Doesn’t surprise me what people do anymore, it’s so sad, it’s so hard to believe and it’s impossible to understand,” said Melyssa Stayner.
As many as 20 sex crimes victims will never see justice served, because the city prosecutor says his office lost track of the cases.