A captain in the Hawaii County Fire Department is under investigation by the chief for criticizing the department in public.
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A magnitude-3.3 earthquake struck near the summit of Mauna Loa early Tuesday, the U.S. Geological Survey reports.
Construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope ground to a halt Monday as more than 50 protesters formed a roadblock outside the Mauna Kea visitor center.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission signed off on the pending $4.3 billion sale of Hawaiian Electric Industries to Florida-based NextEra Energy, sending the fight to the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission.
Master cake artist and Kona native Bryson Perkins said when he left the Big Island 14 years ago, he had no idea where life would take him.
HONOLULU — A new policy authorizing the nighttime closure of areas at the Honolulu International Airport has drastically reduced the number of homeless people sleeping there, Hawaii transportation officials said.
WAIPAHU, Oahu — Hawaii’s largest internment camp where Japanese-Americans and others were held during World War II is being dedicated as a national monument.
Hawaii Island police arrested 21 motorists for driving under the influence of an intoxicant from March 23 through Sunday. Five of the drivers were involved in traffic crashes. Five were younger than 21.
There’s never a good time or place to have your heart stop.
Hilo Medical Center Foundation kicks off an ambitious new campaign Tuesday aimed at saving lives when sudden cardiac arrest strikes.
HONOLULU — A supervisor at the Veterans Administration office in Honolulu was manipulating data to make it look like the agency was processing veterans’ benefits claims faster than they actually were, according to a new report by the VA Office of Inspector General.
A 66-year-old Hilo man died Sunday following a two-motorcycle crash in Kailua-Kona.
No tsunami was triggered by two magnitude-6.8 earthquakes that occurred late Sunday near Tonga.
Daughters of Hawaii on Saturday honored Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole during its annual Day at Hulihe‘e Palace.
HONOLULU — Hawaii legislators will consider a bill that would ban sex trafficking and treat people who are forced into prostitution as victims instead of criminals.