Two of the three teens facing charges for bank robbery have entered a plea of not guilty.
Even though the greatest damage from Tropical Storm Iselle was in the lower Puna area, the impact of the storm has been felt island-wide.
City council defers plan to create semi-autonomous agency to operate Hanauma
Drew Paahau, 22, of Honolulu pleaded guilty to first-degree criminal property damage and second-degree burglary in connection with the break-in at Iolani Palace back in February, according to the state attorney general.
There's a new earthquake and tsunami alert system that can give you a few precious seconds to take cover before the tremors hit.
Gubernatorial candidates are sharing ideas to stimulate Hawaii's economy and increase the number of jobs without raising taxes.
Plans to bring an emergency room to the Big Island's Puna Community Medical Center are moving forward.
The University of Hawaii kicks off their football season on Saturday at Aloha Stadium.
Got milk? The Hawaii Milk Act is the law setting a minimum on how much producers will get. But, one Big Island dairy wants to change that.
Lava has been moving slowly through large cracks, primarily underground, which makes it's path hard to predict.
Was a police officer justified in shooting and killing Michael Brown?