Phishing scam imitating State agency sent to businesses

Phishing scam imitating State agency sent to businesses

The Office of Consumer Protection (OCP) has received numerous reports of local businesses receiving emails purportedly coming from the Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs (DCCA) and OCP. These emails commonly referred to as “email phishing s

Hawaii vehicle owners will receive driving reports from DOT

Hawaii vehicle owners will receive driving reports from DOT

Beginning this month, the Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT) will mail driving reports to thousands of vehicle owners across the state. This is the next step in researching the feasibility of adjusting to a per-mile road usage charge (RUC) to fund

Man accused of fatally shooting a 16-year-old in Kalihi makes first court appearance

Man accused of fatally shooting a 16-year-old in Kalihi makes first court appearance

Police determined that 50-year-old Richard Obrero fired several shots at a group of males, and hit 16-year-old Starsky Willy.   

Study: Hawaii ranked #3 for worst roads in America

Study: Hawaii ranked #3 for worst roads in America

The study showed 42 percent of roads in Hawaii are in poor condition, while 17 percent of Hawaii roads are in good condition.

Supporters of bill that bans some single-use plastics to rally outside Honolulu Hale

Supporters of bill that bans some single-use plastics to rally outside Honolulu Hale

Supporters of a bill that would phase out single-use plastics on O'ahu are planning a public rally outside of Honolulu Hale on Tuesday.

Sen. Mazie Hirono of Hawaii is writing memoir, due in 2021

Sen. Mazie Hirono of Hawaii is writing memoir, due in 2021

Viking announced Tuesday that the book, currently untitled, will come out in 2021.

State looking for funding to make Pohoiki Boat Ramp accessible

State looking for funding to make Pohoiki Boat Ramp accessible

It's been cut off by lava since last year's Kilauea eruption.

Three more Ku Kia'i Kalaeloa arrests made overnight

Three more Ku Kia'i Kalaeloa arrests made overnight

As equipment is transferred from Kalaeloa to Kahuku, demonstrations remain steady.

Richard Branson apologizes after tweeting photo full of white people to announce a South African project

Richard Branson apologizes after tweeting photo full of white people to announce a South African project

The 69-year-old Virgin Group founder and CEO shared the photo of his all-white South African entrepreneurship team counterparts early Monday morning before deleting it after Twitter users took him to task for it.

Island Business Report: Google gathering millions of people's health reports

Island Business Report: Google gathering millions of people's health reports

The Wall Street Journal reports that 'project nightingale' has Google working with ascension to share data ranging from lab results to doctor diagnoses to hospitalization records.

New investigation shows nearly half of Hawaii's dams are in jeopardy

New investigation shows nearly half of Hawaii's dams are in jeopardy

The AP reports that nearly all of Hawaii's 130 state-regulated dams is considered high hazard -- meaning failure could be deadly.

Tuesday closures, filming work in East Hawaii

Tuesday closures, filming work in East Hawaii

Tuesday closures, filming work in East Hawaii