Fireworks will light up the sky in Kailua on the Fourth of July thanks to a resident who donated $25,000. They call him Uncle Kokua — a fitting name for someone who will help save the annual tradition.
A tradition that started in Japan is now part of Memorial Day remembrances in Honolulu. Now in its 15th year, the annual Lantern Floating Hawaii Ceremony is well-known by many even outside of Hawaii.
Summer is quickly approaching and for some, it’s the perfect time to get in shape. For one Kaneohe woman, an eight-week fitness challenge is much more than working out.
Kids who ride in a car must buckle up. Keiki who hop on a bike must also “Click It or Ticket” by wearing a helmet. The same could go for those stepping onto a skateboard.
Da Kitchen will be serving its final meal on Saturday. The owner says they were not able to agree on a new lease for the Isenberg Street location.
It’s been just over two years since a deadly earthquake and tsunami struck northern Japan, but the problems aren’t over for the region. An upcoming concert and luau at the Bishop Museum will help raise funds for Japan relief efforts.
For the more than 20,000 people who live there, there’s only one way in and out of Mililani Mauka. After years of traffic headaches, there are some options on the table to ease the frustration.
Books and music lovers of all ages are invited to the Honolulu Hale Civic Center Grounds for the 8th Annual Hawaii Book & Music Festival.
Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell is inviting all U.S. military members and their families to visit the Honolulu Zoo for free on Military Appreciation Day.
Kaimuki Christian School received a $1.5 million check on Wednesday from the Clarence T.C. Ching Foundation.
It’s an accomplishment few will achieve, but in Hawaii there are about two dozen living residents over the age of 100. Four of them live together at Leahi Hospital.
The Honolulu Police Department honored heroes at its special breakfast and awards ceremony on Wednesday. A special recognition was given to one man who has been there for HPD, even in its darkest hour.
East Oahu community leaders have been preaching it for years: Kaiser High School needs a new football field and track. Lawmakers are considering a measure that could make it happen.