A shark bit the leg of a man swimming at a West Hawaii beach Tuesday afternoon but released him and swam away, allowing the man to get back to shore.
Three studies are underway on Oahu to find sites to house 2,700 Marines from Okinawa, Japan, but it may take until 2026 to implement what is estimated to be a $2.5 billion move.
Hawaii's elementary- and high-school teaching degree programs are among the worst in the country when it comes to preparing new teachers for the classroom, according to a new report that slams many of the nation's teacher colleges.
Community feedback on the size and scope of Honolulu's future rail stations has helped save the project some $100 million in design and construction costs, the city's top rail official said Tuesday.
Tesoro Corp. officials said Tuesday they are confident the buyer of the company's Kapolei oil refinery has the expertise and financial backing to operate the facility successfully over the long term.
With rare exception, nothing new can be built in Kakaako without something old going away.
These days branding is everything, so it's unusual to find a company swapping a big-brand name for an untested one.