Forecast: Scattered clouds, a few light showers as frontal band moves through islands

A few light showers are possible for windward and mauka areas as a band of clouds moves over Oahu and Maui.

Sears files for Chapter 11 amid plunging sales, massive debt

Sears has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, buckling under its massive debt load and staggering losses

Prince Harry, Meghan expecting child in spring

Kensington Palace says Prince Harry and his wife the Duchess of Sussex are expecting a child in the spring

4 former governors weigh in on controversial constitutional amendment

A new TV spot will hit Hawaii’s airwaves Monday.

A sea of pink floods Kapiolani Park for breast cancer awareness

Hundreds gathered at Kapiolani Park early Sunday morning for the 2018 Susan G. Komen Hawaii Race for the Cure.

The time has come to say ‘Aloha’ to Wailana Coffee House

This time, it’s really happening; Wailana Coffee House will close its doors for good at the end of dinner service Sunday.

HFD: Squatters heard prior to a fire that burned an unoccupied Nuuanu home

It was reported that squatters were residing under the home and they were heard prior to the start of the fire, HFD said.

Crossfitters come together to donate blood in annual drive

Nearly 40 people participated, collectively donating more than 30 pints of blood.

Lawmaker: ‘A more solid plan’ needed before convening special session on disaster funding

State law makers were urged to hold a special session to address funding in light of the Kilauea eruption.

Big Island man rescued after a 60 foot-fall while hiking on Maui

Around 5:40 p.m., the Maui Fire Department was alerted to an injured hiker on a trail near mile marker 28 of Piilani Highway.

Man assaulted, robbed by group of men in Kalihi, HPD says

Overnight in Kalihi, a 38-year-old man was robbed and beaten, according to Honolulu police.

Athletes from Germany, Switzerland take top prizes at Ironman 2018

One of the most famous and challenging triathalons in the world took place on Hawaii Island Saturday: The 2018 Ironman.

Forecast: Shallow front to bring some clouds, a little rain, then trade winds

Skies are clear to partly cloudy to start Sunday, but a few more clouds are expected to move in from the northwest from a shallow cold front later in the day.

Mother arrested for allegedly faking daughter’s cancer diagnosis

The mother’s alleged crimes came to light after her husband learned from a doctor that the young girl didn’t have cancer.

What’s inside an abandoned truck in Hawaii Kai triggers environmental concerns

For months, residents have been complaining about an abandoned truck in the parking lot that could be filled with hazardous materials.

Jury finds former Hawaii Island officer guilty of third-degree negligent homicide

A former Hawaii County police officer has been found guilty of misdemeanor negligent homicide.

Kyo-ya says they’re ready to welcome back hotel workers, but picketers aren’t convinced

Saturday marks day six of the hotel workers strike in Waikiki and across the nation as workers demand better wages and promising benefits.

Flash flood dropped for entire state as skies slowly clear

There’s a chance of more heavy rain, and a flash flood watch remains posted for most of the state.

A year ago, he was severely injured in a biking accident. Now, he’s taking on the Ironman

One year ago, Time Don from England was in Hawaii preparing for the grueling Ironman Triathalon when tragedy struck.

State seeks steep fee hikes for harbors

It’s the first proposed increase in seven years.

Hawaiian Humane Society asks for help locating convicted animal abuser

Officials with the Hawaiian Humane Society (HHS) are asking the public to help locate a convicted animal abuser.

Hawaii Island rescuers bring 17-year-old to shore

A 17-year-old boy was rescued from Hawaii Island waters by the Coast Guard and Hawaii Fire Department Friday evening.

Police arrest man after alleged Waikiki assault

One man was arrested early Saturday morning on suspicion of assaulting another man in his hotel room.

Large tree falls at Aiea High, damaging 2 cars

It ‘could have done a lot of damage.’

Big Island police fatally shoot woman who allegedly rammed officers' SUV

The 26-year-old woman who was shot was wanted on two warrants.

She almost lost her daughter to an abusive relationship. Now, she’s speaking out to save other women

‘We had no idea that he was planning this.’

The new normal for lava evacuees: Making do

‘The most difficult part: Having to live with people that you would not normally live with.’

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As striking workers walk picket lines for 5th day, hotels post ‘help wanted’ ads

Workers marched in Waikiki to urge the hotels to come to the table.

Here’s which roads are closed for this weekend’s Ironman Championship

Over 2,000 athletes will embark on the 140.6-mile race aimed at testing endurance, stamina and grit.

Maui firefighters investigating 2 suspicious blazes

The fires happened at two homes owned by the same person.

They disagree on a lot but they agree on this: A constitutional convention is a bad idea

The question will be put to voters in November.

Report: Hawaii residents pay more in taxes than those in most other states

A personal finance site named Hawaii as one of the least tax-friendly states in the nation.

Windward Oahu park to close for repairs

Crews will make repairs to a crucial water main.

Guardrail, shoulder work to close multiple lanes on H-1 Freeway

Heads up, drivers!

Lab: More than 20 percent of Hawaii medical marijuana products rejected for sale

The state requires rigorous testing of medical marijuana.

Hawaii County: Only a quarter of lava evacuees have found permanent housing

As many as 10 percent of affected households are believed to have left the state.

After the storm, looters and no power: Hawaii family in FL describes difficult days since Hurricane Michael hit

‘Last night, my kids and I took turns standing watch.’

Hawaii saw record-breaking wet conditions during dry season, NOAA report says

NOAA's report reveals many places around the state recorded above average rainfall during the dry season.

Mayor Caldwell signs bill to make Honolulu an ‘age-friendly city'

Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell signs bill to make Honolulu more age-friendly.

Kauai’s Poipu beach park designated as tobacco-free

Kauai designates a second county park as smoke-free.