Only an estimated 26 Pearl Harbor survivors are still alive, with the majority of them well over 100, according to an association dedicated to preserving their memory.
The scene was reminiscent of the 2009 “Miracle on the Hudson,” when a passenger jet piloted by Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger made an emergency landing on the New York river.
Months after a devastating wildfire leveled an entire town and killed at least 99 people, another blaze burning in a remote Hawaii rainforest is underscoring a new reality.
The 16 minutes of video showed officers evacuating a Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf shop at a supermarket on Front Street.
Some of the more than 200 calls with 911 dispatchers on Aug. 8 show the terror and panic as residents tried to find out what was happening, asked for help escaping the flames or got trapped in their cars.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is responding to backlash he received after asking his social media followers to donate to his Maui wildfire fund this summer.
It’s been more than two months since wildfires broke out across Hawaii, and some families are just now able to begin the cleanup and rebuilding process.
Hawaii officials on Monday began lifting restrictions on entry to the Lahaina "burn zone," the area destroyed in the wildfire seven weeks ago.
Maui authorities will escort some people back into the areas devastated by the Lahaina fire, which killed at least 97 people and demolished thousands of buildings.
The historic banyan tree, which was scorched during the wildfires in Lahaina in August, began to sprout new leaves this month.
The death toll of the Maui wildfires has been reduced, officials said, after additional DNA analysis.
The number of visitors arriving on Maui sank about 70% after the Aug. 8 fire, down to 2,000 a day, and only half of the available hotel rooms there are occupied.
One month after the deadliest U.S. wildfire in more than a century leveled the historic town of Lahaina, Hawaii Gov. Josh Green says the number of missing has dropped to 66, the death toll remains at 115, and authorities will soon escort residents on visits to their property.
Lawyers claim cables were attached in a way that put too much tension on utility poles, causing them to lean and break when flames burned down much of Lahaina.
At least 115 people died in the blaze that swept through Lahaina, the deadliest wildfire in the U.S. in more than a century.
The National Weather Service issued a warning for parts of the Hawaiian Islands, saying that low humidity and wind gusts could prompt a chance of fires.
Authorities reported that the death count stands at 115, but an unknown number of people are still missing.
Hawaiian Electric is facing a spate of new lawsuits that seek to hold it responsible for the deadliest U.S. wildfire in more than a century. The number of confirmed dead stands at 115, and the county expects that to rise.
Within a day of Maui County releasing 388 names of people unaccounted for following the deadliest U.S. wildfire in more than a century, more than 100 of them or their relatives have come forward to say they’re safe.
The lawsuit says the utility company didn't turn off the power given the conditions in the area and that they didn't properly maintain and repair utility poles and other equipment.