HONOLULU — Casey Williamson’s love of adventure led him to winter snowboarding in Vail, Colorado, and summer skydiving in Moab, Utah. A year-and-a-half ago, he found his way to Hawaii, where he could skydive year-round.
HILO — A new altar has been built near the summit of Mauna Kea, less than a day after state officials dismantled two other “ahu” in preparation for the construction of one of the most advanced telescopes in the world.
BATH, Maine — A Hawaii delegation brought a tropical flair to a state known for cold weather as a Navy destroyer bearing the name of the late Sen. Daniel Inouye was christened Saturday at Bath Iron Works.
HILO — Kilauea eruption victims who were ruled ineligible have been asked to return federal disaster relief payments, officials said.
HILO — Officials on the Big Island are considering a bill to loosen restrictions on plastics used by restaurants and other food vendors.
After years of protests and legal battles, Hawaii officials announced Thursday that a massive telescope which will allow scientists to peer into the most distant reaches of our early universe will be built on a volcano that some consider sacred.
The Honolulu rail authority will redesign and replace canopy arms at three stations.
A Hawaii heat wave has continued to set record high temperatures through June.
The U.S. Navy will christen a new guided missile destroyer the USS Daniel Inouye this weekend during a ceremony in Maine.
An ex-Honolulu deputy prosecutor on trial for corruption-related charges has rested her case without testifying in her defense.
Hawaii County Council members are reconsidering a bill that would give police the power to tow vehicles with overly tinted windows, officials said.
Flights were being delayed and hundreds of people were waiting to go through security screening at Honolulu’s airport on Tuesday after an active shooter scare.
Members of a Hawaii community are discussing ways to deal with problems associated with its homeless population.
Debate over vacation rental bills has led to accusations that Honolulu City Council members have become targets for influence peddling.
Soon after a deputy Honolulu prosecutor and her police chief husband were indicted on charges they framed her uncle to keep him from revealing financial fraud that financed a lavish lifestyle, they told a judge they couldn’t afford to pay for lawyers to represent them.
A Hawaii company hopes to build an underwater farm that can produce large quantities of edible seaweed, officials said.