U.S. Army officials at Pohakuloa Training Area say an investigation is underway after the base was notified by Hawaii County Civil Defense Monday of illegal and unauthorized dumping of waste near Ookala.
Two Kailua-Kona men are each facing more than a dozen charges stemming from a incident Friday evening in the parking lot of a Kona shopping center.
WAILUKU — The Maui County Council has approved two new affordable housing projects on the southern side of the island.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — There was one overriding reason Ben Roethlisberger worked so hard to return from a major elbow injury.
EDMONTON, Alberta — Jamie Benn and Dallas enjoyed the moment so much that the relative silence was pretty much an afterthought.
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Denver started its season by talking about winning a championship way back in training camp, knowing very well that few would believe in the Nuggets’ chances.
This Wednesday, the NCAA is expected to provide a possible time line for the college basketball season.
The linchpin to the Raiders’ rebuilding process under coach Jon Gruden are the team’s three first-round picks from 2019.
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A new state program providing $100 million of rental assistance to struggling tenants has been wildly popular since being established last week.
COPENHAGEN, Denmark — An enormous chunk of Greenland’s ice cap has broken off in the far northeastern Arctic, a development that scientists say is evidence of rapid climate change.
The Blood Bank of Hawaii is returning to the neighbor islands for the first time since March to collect blood from donors.
Astronomers have found a potential sign of life high in the atmosphere of neighboring Venus: hints there may be bizarre microbes living in the sulfuric acid-laden clouds of the hothouse planet.
WAVELAND, Miss. — Hurricane Sally, one of four storms churning simultaneously in the Atlantic, closed in on the Gulf Coast on Monday with rapidly strengthening winds of at least 100 mph and heavy rain as forecasters warned of “potentially historic” flooding and governors declared states of emergency.