Under month-long pilot, security guards to patrol urban parks where homeless congregate
“People demand that they be safe, in our parks and on our sidewalks."
Suspect arrested after North Shore shooting leaves 35-year-old man dead
“I went to look what happened and found out there was an argument down the lane."
Power of Palehua: How IZ got his inspiration for ‘Hawaii ’78’
"Hawaii ’78" was originally written by Mickey Ioane and performed by IZ’s former band, the Makaha Sons of Niihau.

Heavy rainfall, thunderstorms possible starting tonight

Today is pretty much a transition day in weather; we go from light winds to increased moisture and the return of the trade winds. An increasing moist and unstable airmass will also bring the possibility of thunderstorms and locally heavy rainfall Thursday night into the weekend.

Unwanted visitors: Little fire ants discovered at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

“We are concerned for the health and safety of our staff and visitors, and the fragile Hawaiian ecosystems of the park."


China woos Pacific islands with loans, showcase projects

As world leaders arrive in Papua New Guinea for a Pacific Rim summit, the welcome mat is especially big for China's president

Police release 911 calls from warehouse shooting suspect

A set of 911 calls from a man who opened fire at an Albuquerque warehouse starts with him telling an officer that he is the one who shot his co-workers at the food distribution center, and that he had been hearing voices in his head


  Warriors senior class looks to make most of final home game

While the 2018 Rainbow Warrior football team is full of young and talented players, 18 seniors will say goodbye to Aloha Stadium in what could potentially be their last game in Halawa.

  ‘Bows playing for ‘self-pride’ ahead of final homestand

In their last homestand of the season, the Rainbow Wahine volleyball team is playing for more than just wins or losses.