Remember those ants KHON reported about on Thursday that were found in a Kaimuki yard? The home’s owner believed them to be little fire ants.
Hawaii’s construction boom is creating a huge demand for workers, and the carpenter’s union is beginning a big push to find them.
Some Aloha Tower Marketplace tenants are about to get the boot. On Friday, Hawaii Pacific University gave notices to their month-to-month tenants that they must vacate by March 17. That’s a total of 17 stores.
Marine animal activists, even a state lawmaker, are upset over what’s been peddled to tourists in Waikiki as a souvenir from Hawaii — bottled baby sharks.
Four Seasons guests waiting to fly over to Lanai can now wait in style.
Patricia McManaman, director of the Department of Human Services, announced Friday that she will be stepping down from her position due to personal reasons.
A Pearl Harbor survivor celebrated a big milestone on Friday. Al Rodrigues turned 94 years young.
It was all fun and games as thousands of people converged on the grounds of Punahou School for the annual Punahou Carnival.
Students at Honolulu Community College are taking an innovative and unusual approach to increasing enrollment on campus.
SOCHI, Russia (AP) — Smoke and mirrors? Russian state television aired footage Friday of five floating snowflakes turning into the Olympic rings and bursting… More »
Turkish security forces on Friday detained a Ukrainian plane passenger suspected of making a bomb threat in an attempt to hijack a flight to Sochi, Russia, where the Winter Olympics were opening under tight security.
A 27-year-old man is behind bars after Honolulu police say he tried to rob a group of people early Friday morning.
Dozens of classes at the University of Hawaii Manoa campus were either cancelled or moved on Friday due to a power outage.
The state Department of Public Safety’s three-week online recruitment period ends Friday.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — With the Winter Games underway in Sochi, Google Inc. quietly but vibrantly added its voice Thursday to the chorus of… More »
Tsunami Information Statement Number 1
NWS Pacific Tsunami Warning Center Ewa Beach HI
10:50 p.m. Thu Feb 06 2014
To – Civil Defense in… More »
Bounty hunter Duane “Dog” Chapman celebrated his 61st birthday at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel in Waikiki.
Oceanic Time Warner Cable says a contractor accidentally cut a fiber cable Thursday afternoon, disrupting service to thousands of customers.
Using your cell phone while behind the wheel could become legal again if a bill making its way through the legislature is passed. But only in certain situations.
There was a gruesome discovery in the Ala Wai Canal. Emergency responders retrieved the body of a 63-year-old man.
They went to prison, got out, and are supposed to be supervised on parole. Sometimes that supervision falls short and the parolee goes on the lam.
The University of Hawaii at Manoa has received $1 million from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to study infectious diseases.
The state is going to battle against the Little Fire Ant, but says it’s a fight that cannot be won without your help. It’s recruiting residents to stop the spread on Oahu and word is getting out. We’ve been getting calls in our newsroom about possible sightings of the stinging pest.
On Tuesday, we told you about “aloha crosswalks” — one in Hawaii Kai, the other in Kapolei. We wanted to know why it would cost thousands of dollars to fix what officials are calling acts of vandalism.
Honolulu’s top cop will remain in his position for another five years. The Honolulu Police Commission appointed Honolulu Police Chief Louis Kealoha to a second, five-year term.
Big Island police are asking for the public’s help in identifying two men wanted for a theft in Puna last week.