Firefighters extinguish Hawaii Kai brush fire that forced highway closure

$32M project aimed at easing gridlock for Waianae-bound commuters

Elton John slams media for criticizing Harry, Meghan over private jet use

  State focuses on new plan to curb traffic at Laniakea Beach

  City: $224M ‘in jeopardy’ if controversial Ala Wai watershed project doesn’t proceed

  HFD investigating 2-alarm blaze that tore through Kailua home

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  With success of Rams-Cowboys game, tourism officials hope for more

Water main break affecting 40 homes in Waipahu

Forecast: Dangerous swell building for south shores

Watershed restoration project rejuvenating Kauai stream

Hawaii-based marine accused of trying to bring weapons on an Air Force base

CrimeStoppers releases image of homicide victim hoping to track down suspect

Roundabouts in a Kaneohe neighborhood are catching drivers off guard

Residents are worried it's a big safety hazard.

A new ultra-luxury Waikiki hotel is about to open

A new ultra-luxe hotel is preparing to open in Waikiki.

Parking crackdown, new signs at TMT protest site anger activists

The Department of Transportation started installing no parking signs along Daniel K. Inouye Highway at Mauna Kea.

  After weeks of mostly silence on TMT, Ige offers no details on how conflict will be resolved

The governor hasn’t publicly spoken about the conflict on Mauna Kea for more than two weeks.

Search underway for suspect in fatal Downtown stabbing

  New tools for Hawaii drivers unveiled as students head back to school

FBI, law enforcement to converge on UH campus for emergency drill

  Siri, am I getting conned? BBB warns of new voice search scam

  Forecast: The trade winds and heat are staying, with south shore surf on the rise

  Firefighters rescue 2 women trapped in Waipahu townhouse blaze

Report of a stolen bike leads to a ‘bizarre’ chase through Hilo, police say

A Hilo woman was arrested after trying to evade police in a not-so-common way.

State to Medicare beneficiaries: Don’t fall for ‘free’ genetic tests

“These companies can steal people’s medical identity and falsely bill Medicare."

Maui police arrest man who posted online threat against school

Police said the man posted the threat because he “thought it was funny."

Hawaii Marine faces military hearing over firearms allegations

Pfc. Ali Al-kazahg was apprehended in May at Offutt Air Force Base.

  Locked Down: Inside the prison where inmates set each other on fire and gangs have more power than guards

Widespread concern about understaffing in Mississippi's prisons has people calling for a change. They say inmates, correctional officers and surrounding communities are in danger.

Trial set to begin for man accused in 2017 deadly beating

Shane Dilwith is accused of punching Thomas Morikawa at the Jungle Juice Market in December 2017.

Maui team defeats New Jersey to advance in Little League World Series

Team Hawaii will now advance to play Virginia on Wednesday.

Grammy Award winner Janet Jackson to perform 2 shows in Honolulu

This is the first time Jackson is back in the islands since 2015.

’We do’: Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson marries longtime girlfriend

He posted photos on his Instagram page with the caption, "We do. August 18th, 2019. Hawaii. Pomaikai (blessed)."

Adorable photo shows group of service dogs attending ‘Billy Elliot’ theater production in Canada

The service dogs were in training to help their handlers navigate a theater.

Man charged for sexually assaulting minor set to appear in court

Honolulu prosecutors indicted Mark Rosskopf Friday.

Forecast: Trade winds to hold through the week; big surf on the way

The high pressure fan north of the state will keep trade winds blowing through next weekend.

  Double check your route: TheBus rolls out some changes

The biggest changes are in the windward area, with nearly a dozen new or modified routes.

  Cowboys top Rams, 14-10, in NFL’s return to Aloha Stadium

After a 43 year absence, the NFL ― well, the NFL preseason, anyway ― has come back to Aloha Stadium.

Man dies after apparent stabbing in Maili

An investigation is underway.

Deadline for Real Property Taxes approaches for Kauai, Oahu residents

This covers the 2019-2020 tax year.

Basketball jersey worn by a young Barack Obama brings in big bucks at auction

An anonymous bidder specializing in collecting American and sports artifacts secured the winning bid.

Mokulele plane skids off a Maui runway

No injuries were reported.

  Duke’s OceanFest begins with wounded warrior canoe regatta

"Anybody who lives here knows just how powerful that is. The water heals you.”

BOE takes a tougher look at bullying in schools, making it a serious offense

Principals will still have the power to determine consequences.

  Fans battle traffic, lines to see first NFL preseason match-up in Hawaii in 4 decades

It’s the first NFL preseason match-up to be played in Hawaii since 1976.

Firefighters responding to brush fire in North Kohala

It’s been burning since early Saturday.

Second Kauai inmate on the run for nearly 2 weeks is back in custody

Both men now face escape charges.

Here’s how to watch the Rams-Cowboys game (if you didn’t score tickets)

Weren’t lucky enough to score a seat? The good news is you can watch all the action on KGMB.

HPD launches homicide investigation following apparent stabbing overnight

Police confirmed the investigation Saturday morning, but provided few details.

Heading to Aloha Stadium? Bring your patience and anticipate traffic

Many drivers got caught in game day gridlock near Aloha Stadium Saturday.

Parking, security and more: What to know ahead of Rams vs. Cowboys game

More than 48,000 fans are expected to attend the event, with the kickoff set for 4 p.m.

  Flames cause $650K in damage to an Aiea home

Some 50 firefighters responded to the single-family home fire.

  Attack on 73-year-old in Manoa part of alarming rise in crime against the elderly

“We’re seeing crimes happening in the daylight, we’re seeing crimes happening to our seniors, we’re seeing crimes happening out in public.”

  Big Island mayor: Ige made ultimate call to stop arrests at TMT protest

On PBS Insights Thursday night, Mayor Harry Kim described the decision making process on July 17 on Mauna Kea when law enforcement faced off with activists.

  60 years on, celebrations for statehood have turned to a muted observance

This year marks 60 years since Hawaii’s 1959 admission into the United States.

  Coast Guard welcomes its newest, state-of-the-art cutter to Hawaii

“It can really go anywhere and do anything and that’s really the difference."

‘Easy Rider’ star and writer Peter Fonda dies at age 79

Actor Peter Fonda, the son of a Hollywood legend who became a movie star in his own right after both writing and starring in the counter-culture classic "Easy Rider," has died.

Measles case in Las Vegas prompts warning about possible exposure

“If someone were to walk in a room of people who were unimmunized than that one person can infect 12 to 18 people."

  Naval shipyard program graduates its biggest apprenticeship class yet

"This is the best of our country right here.”

  With Hawaii’s primary election less than a year away, some big names begin to campaign

A Pine or Hanabusa win would give Honolulu just its second female mayor after Eileen Anderson, and the first in 35 years.

1 month later, police officials detail arrests at Mauna Kea

Thirty-eight people were arrested on July 17.

  State scrambles to eradicate coqui frogs found on Oahu

In less than two months, 16 coqui frogs have been found in Palolo Valley, the largest population found on Oahu so far.

  Big Island police incident commander described ‘volatile’ day at Mauna Kea protest

"There was a significant risk that the increasingly vocal and volatile group of protesters on both shoulders would respond with violence."

Forecast: Trade winds pick up slightly today, drop off over the weekend

The high pressure fan will remain north of the islands through early next week.

  Settlement progress reported in legal challenges to vacation rental law

“I think a lot of the dispute in court today centered around a misunderstanding."

  Believe it or not, race to replace Gov. Ige is already taking shape

Two high-profile candidates are already raising money for the election, which takes place in 2022.

Operator of no-kill shelter to serve a year behind bars for animal cruelty

"You gave them an agonizing death," the judge told him.

  Hurricane Walaka’s legacy: Decimated reefs and invasive algae

"I wouldn't say they're damaged, they're gone. They are completely unrecognizable. It was actually very shocking."

Hanabusa hints at a mayoral run, says public has ‘lost trust in the city’

In a statement Thursday, Hanabusa didn’t say outright she plans to run for Honolulu mayor.

Manoa Valley asked to conserve water after contractor damages line

It wasn’t immediately clear how many residents were affected.

Memorabilia, collectibles from Jim Nabors’ estate to be auctioned off

The auction runs from Aug. 25 at 6 p.m.

Oil spill from truck snarls traffic in Ala Moana area

The spill was reported about 11 a.m.

Suspect who vandalized large sand sculpture at Waikiki hotel identified

The incident happened Monday about 11 p.m.

  Experts: New rules for legal immigration could hurt Hawaii

A Hawaii immigration attorney says the policy is racist and will pull families apart.

Good news, travelers: Southwest is adding more Hawaii flights

The airline announced Thursday that it will be launching service between Honolulu and Sacramento, as well as several new interisland flights.

Maui man accused of ‘buying’ girl from Thailand for sex pleads not guilty

George Theros has been in the hospital because he's apparently suffering from life-threatening throat cancer.

Here’s how you can help 2 Hawaii causes win $25K

Those who want to help can do so by voting online.

  ‘Lies on top of lies’: Tour company accused of bilking visitors out over $100K

The travel agent is accused of ripping off dozens of clients.

Forecast: Trade winds speed up today, slow again over the weekend

Trade winds are increasing and are expected to hold firm through Friday.

Hot lava rock slows progress of Big Island highway construction

Officials say roadwork is expected to be completed by October 5 to qualify for 100% federal reimbursement.

U.S. Coast Guard rescues 8 fishermen lost at sea near Palau

The U.S. Coast Guard has rescued eight boaters who were lost at sea for 10 days.

Dispute between Queen’s Health Systems, Kaiser continues

Both sides accuse the other of walking away from negotiations and putting out misinformation.