Dozens of work furlough inmates are now wearing electronic monitoring devices on their ankles. That’s how Travis Massey was caught.
This week, the crew gives out their favorites for the Cover2 awards halfway through the season.
Welcome to Season 5, Episode 5 of Cover2: Hawaii High School Football Weekly.
The Cover2 team sends some high quality H2O to some worthy recipients.
Punahou alumnus Robby Toma admits it’s weird to be back on campus as receivers coach.
Kaimuki running back Ieke Seei-Cleveland has 800 yards rushing so far this year and nine touchdowns.
Iolani vs. Saint Francis The Raiders are looking for redemption against Saint Francis. It’s been three weeks since they suffered their first…
Former University of Hawaii lineman R.J. Hollis asks the Raiders some tough questions in this week’s pop quiz.
With the game decided, James McGary was pulled three yards short of Adrian Murrell’s school record set in 1987.
The Mustangs will play for their post-season lives Friday night as Kalaheo takes on Kalani at Kaiser.
The school in Kailua-Kona first opened its doors in August 1997 and graduated its first senior class in 2001.
Congratulations to Lahainaluna sophomore Kai Bookland for a 65-yard cruise down West Maui.
A conference title game between Campbell and Kahuku takes place Friday night.
Have businesses been following the rules?
Five days after putting on a performance for the ages in a 56-50 win over reigning Los Angeles city champion Narbonne high school, Saint Lou…
The water main break snarled traffic in the area since Thursday night.
The parade was a celebration of the islands and featured colorful pau units, floats, marching bands, hula halau, and the Royal Court.
The eight flight attendants span three generations with a combined 116 years of experience at Hawaiian Airlines.
Hawaiian Electric says residents are being contacted, but small businesses seem to be the latest target.
“Something happened to make us really look at it and say maybe we need somebody else down there.”