Losing a pet is a subject most pet owners never want to think about, but must deal with at some point.
A Board of Water Supply project kicks off Tuesday on Pensacola Street. Expect lane closures between Kinau Street and Kapiolani Boulevard. Mo…
You may not need a license to walk across the street, but there are rules you need to know about
Professional body boarders will show off some moves and the latest in body boards for the Big Waves
Talk about a throwback! Check out this movie dance scenes mash-up.
Mars’ collaboration with Mark Ronson won two Grammy awards.
A lot of people in Hawaii use insecticides in their yard, but Susan Tam, Communications & Events Coordinator at the Hawaiian Humane Society …
The program is designed to help older drivers find out how well they currently fit their personal vehicle
The price of gas may be dropping, but we may see prices going up again if lawmakers agree to increase the state fuel tax.
The year long project will run almost the entire length of Pensacola from Kinau Street on the mauka side, all the way down to Kapiolani Boul…
More than $73,000 were allegedly spent on nearly 200 tires, none of which can be accounted for.
The flare-up brings the total to 5,600 acres of brush burned since it was first reported at 5:40 p.m. Monday, Feb. 15.
A woman needs help tracking down the owner of a photograph from 1947.
The state Department of Transportation says it’s been happy with the job Securitas has done at the airports for the past 12 years.
During construction, there will be a low clearance of 14 feet 2 inches in the right lane of the H-1 Freeway heading into town.
Residents believe the nails come from wooden pallets used for illegal bonfires on the beach.
To complicate things further, he was only born with one hand, but he says that didn’t impede the delivery.
Mark Polansky flew three separate Space Shuttle missions from 1996 to 2009.
However, drivers can expect more traffic delays later this week.
The state’s population range from union activists, anti-abortion Filipino-American churchgoers and former island residents.