Scathing audit says office charged with licensing care homes failing to ensure health, safety of patients

In the last decade, the state Office of Health Care Assurance hasn’t issued a single sanction against a care home or terminated a care home’s license.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Filming for new ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ movie to close lanes of H-3 Freeway

Heads up, drivers: Filming for a new movie could impact your commute if you’re heading to or from Windward Oahu next week.

H-1 Freeway reopened after crash near the Vineyard off-ramp

Details surrounding the crash are unclear at this time.
Changes are coming to the way HPD hands out speeding tickets
A glimpse of Hawaii will be seen in 2019 Tournament of Roses Parade
  Honolulu council passes bill that would fast-track some building permits


FBI re-creates decoy heads Alcatraz inmates used in escape
Meditation helps vets with post-traumatic stress disorder
Boston's Betts, Milwaukee's Yelich win MVP Awards

University head warned of backlash if Maryland coach stayed

Maryland President Wallace Loh says he told the school's governing body that "all hell will break loose" if DJ Durkin was retained as head coach of its football team after a player's death, a prophetic warning that went unheeded

Witness: El Chapo got police escort after escape

A former drug cartel member say his notorious boss got a surprise in 2001 when he broke out of prison and was met with a police escort in Mexico City


Mariota named 2018 Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award semi finalist

Marcus Mariota is renown for both his skill and leadership on the football field. On top of that, he’s highly-regarded as one of the game’s “good guys.”

  Wahine volleyball prepares to say ‘aloha’ to its seniors

This Friday, the Rainbow Wahine volleyball team will say aloha to seven seniors in their final home game of the season at Stan Sheriff Center.