Elections officials warned Wednesday that shifting to voting by mail won’t mean that Hawaii election results will be available sooner.
Honolulu police say an armed robbery suspect is dead after five officers shot at him while he tried to flee in a stolen vehicle.
The Honolulu City Council and Mayor Kirk Caldwell have approved a $214 million spending bill for the city rail project, officials said.
The family of a man killed in a machete attack is suing the Maui shopping center where the fatal assault happened for failing to provide adequate security, court records said.
A Hawaii man was surfing with his girlfriend when — instead of hanging 10 — he knelt down on one knee on his board and proposed.
Hawaii election officials were scheduled to brief lawmakers Wednesday about the start of all-mail voting next year.
KAILUA-KONA — A 25-year-old Waimea man, who was arrested Sunday on suspicion of negligent homicide and DUI following a two-car crash near Kekaha Kai State Park in Kona that killed a 35-year-old mother and hospitalized three girls, has a prior conviction for drunken driving.
The Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources is expected to seek funding from the state Legislature to establish ocean access at a boat ramp cut off by the Kilauea eruption, officials said.
The Hawaii Department of Transportation plans to use a new type of asphalt that could extend road life by years, officials said.
Two former employees of a Hawaii physician’s office that was raided for illegal distribution of prescription opioid painkillers have pleaded guilty to drug trafficking charges.
Native Hawaiians experience fewer years of good health compared with other ethnic groups in the state, a public health study found.
Honolulu could remake a deteriorating war memorial swimming facility into an open-circulation saltwater pool, a city report said.
Chevan Cordeiro accounted for five touchdowns, including two in the fourth quarter, and Hawaii held on for a 42-40 win over San Jose State on Saturday night.
The newest homeless shelter on the Big Island has reached near capacity weeks after opening, Hawaii housing officials said.
A U.S. State Department special agent who shot and killed a man in a Hawaii fast-food restaurant in 2011 can be tried a third time, a U.S. appeals court judge ruled Thursday.
Honolulu plans to extend the working hours of lifeguards watching the beaches under a measure adopted by the City Council.
The U.S. Navy says it is considering a new plan to use double-wall tanks to upgrade a fuel storage facility in Honolulu.
The U.S. Coast Guard says a cargo ship has spilled oil into Honolulu Harbor.
After eight hours of impassioned opposition from community members, the University of Hawaii Board of Regents ultimately voted Wednesday to amend and approve a draft of administrative rules governing Maunakea.
Plaintiffs and defendants reached a settlement over a deadly Honolulu high-rise fire, although the amounts to be paid by insurance companies remains confidential, attorneys said.