“When you’re in an urban area like this, the excitement is what’s all around you, and what we want to do with our guests is be their guide.”
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A team of paddlers from Tahiti traveled to Maui as part of a cultural exchange.
As CEO of Hawaiian Airlines, Mark Dunkerley is not the kind of guy who spends too much time behind the desk.
On this Valentine’s day a local non profit shared some aloha with a local family dealing with an ill son.
Keeping everyone on board safe is one of the top priorities for flight attendants. It’s a far cry from the early days of the industry, when …
Passengers on a United Airlines flight from San Francisco to Honolulu experienced a scare in the air.
Now confined to a wheelchair, Jim Ryan recently returned to the beach in hopes of finding some of those who saved him.
It’s a new year and good time to think of getting a new car, but when it comes time to do the deal, which is best — buy or lease?
Their investment turned to gold after Eagles running back LeGarrette Blount scampered 21 yards for a touchdown.
Not only was his walk largely uphill, but he did the whole thing in his rubber slippers.
Petra Gilmore says she had a vivid dream the night before about getting a new kitten.
Kevin Rhinehart won’t be among the leaders, but he should most certainly finish, and that in itself will be a major accomplishment.
The new LED lights are brighter, more energy-efficient, and will save the city approximately $5 million each year.
It’s much more than simply deciding what size screen you want.
Once Hawaii State Hospital escapee Randall Saito is back in Hawaii, he won’t go directly back to the hospital.
The answer could save you a nice little chunk of your money.
City officials and community leaders are working to make both neighborhoods safer, but there are major differences in their efforts.
If you plan on getting a Christmas tree this year, consider yourself forewarned.
If you’re looking to do some shopping, there are deals to take advantage of this month. Other items, not so much.
Bill 83 would ban people from sitting or lying on sidewalks within an 800-foot radius around schools as well as public libraries on Oahu.