Two strong earthquakes - both over 6.0 in magnitude - struck off the coast of the Big Island in Hawaii on Sunday.
A former Minnesota Timberwolves and Marquette basketball player is facing charges for allegedly using a fake COVID-19 test result while traveling to Hawaii, according to a report from Yahoo Sports.
One of the most active volcanos on Earth is erupting on Hawaii’s Big Island.
The new rule Tuesday is meant to protect the nocturnal animals from people seeking close encounters with the playful species.
Two tourists were recently arrested and charged for allegedly using fake COVID-19 vaccine cards to visit Hawaii, authorities said.
Hawaii’s Big Island is currently battling a record size wildfire that forced thousands to evacuate amid worsening drought conditions.
A kayaker attempting a solo 2,400-mile journey from California to Hawaii was rescued early Sunday by the U.S. Coast Guard.
Police said an armed man barricaded himself in his fourth-floor room in the Kahala Hotel and fired multiple shots through the door.
Hawaii is the dream vacation offering lots of sun, beaches, and warm weather.
The eruption began late Sunday within the within Halema’uma’u crater.
In first of its kind, the CDC reportedly tipped off authorities in Hawaii that a couple defied orders not to fly.
Hawaii’s new Movers and Shakas program hopes to attract talented individuals to the islands to work remotely, forging an economy resilient to economic downturns like the one triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Travelers to Hawaii will have to take the COVID-19 test within 72 hours before their flight.
A newlywed California couple left their Waikiki hotel room repeatedly, despite being warned by hotel staff, and were arrested.
The coronavirus is still leaving some Minnesota cruise passengers stranded -- even though there are no reported cases of coronavirus on board.
Gov. Tim Walz announced the return of the 32 Minnesotans in a press conference Wednesday.
A tourist from Minnesota died Monday of an apparent drowning while snorkeling in Hawaii.
HONOLULU (AP) — The remains of six people have been found after a helicopter on a tour of one of the most rugged and remote coastlines in Hawaii crashed at the top of a mountain on the island of Kauai, authorities said.
Hawaii police have identified a body recovered from a Honolulu canal as a woman visiting from Minnesota, officials said.