An attorney for a Hawaii man wanted on suspicion of attempted murder says his client surrendered to police because he thought they were closing in on him.
A Sweden-based beverage company has opposed the trademark application filed by a Hawaii company for the product Kaholo Coffee.
Gov. David Ige wants to create universal public preschool in Hawaii by making elementary schools pre-kindergarten through fifth grade instead of the current kindergarten through grade six.
Hawaii transportation crews are installing no parking signs and moving in concrete barriers to prevent cars from stopping along a Big Island highway to see a lava tube.
Hawaii prison officials have asked for an emergency appropriation of $3.4 million to keep housing inmates out of state for six more months amid a delayed upgrade to prison security systems.
The number of prescriptions written for opioid painkillers has declined over the last four years in Hawaii, a state health official said.
The superintendent of Hawaii’s statewide public school district is getting a one-year contract extension.
Two shark researchers who came face to face with what could be one of the largest great whites ever recorded are using their encounter as an opportunity to push for legislation that would protect sharks in Hawaii.
The Hawaii Island Humane Society says a lamb named Loa was stolen from its shelter and another sheep was injured, resulting in staff euthanizing the animal.
The Kilauea volcano eruption did not critically damage sea turtle populations on the Big Island, according to a survey conducted by a Hawaii wildlife conservation group.