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.
A popular local eatery is giving back to the community. On Thursday from 10 a.m. to noon, L & L gave away free saimin burgers to anyone who donated five cans of food.
A cooking fire sent a man to the hospital on Thursday. Honolulu Fire Department officials say the 51-year-old man was on his balcony cooking with a wok on a gas burner.
The parents of a New York teenager who disappeared after waves swept him out to sea in July 2012 say they are committed to making the teen tour industry safer.
The Maui Police Department says the AMBER Alert that aired on KHON2 and other television stations across the state for a missing child was only a test.
Honolulu police are asking for the public’s help in locating three men suspected of breaking into businesses in Waikiki.
A military vehicle caused quite a scene on the H-1 Freeway after it went up in flames.
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A Big Island artist is suing a mainland website, claiming it sold more than 200 items with his artwork on them.
In town for eight weeks, The Lion King musical uses carpentry, electronics, carbon fiber, and other tools to take inanimate objects and bring them to life.
Hawaii gas price averages were mixed throughout the islands this past week, according to the AAA Hawaii Weekend Gas Watch.
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Board of Water Supply crews are working to repair a broken water main in the Kalihi area.
Honolulu police have reopened Liloa Rise in Manoa after crews finished repairs to down power lines.
Three different fires were set within minutes of each other. Now, an arson investigation is underway in Palolo.
Traffic is back to normal after one lane was closed to remove a military flare found on the beach in Waikiki.
Big Island police say a man who died Tuesday while in custody was tased by an officer before he became unresponsive.
Tests are being done to figure out what killed a whale that was found floating off Pearl Harbor Wednesday morning.
The Hawaii Community Development Authority voted Wednesday to start a two-month negotiation with the Hughes Company to possibly manage Kewalo Basin Harbor.