This year’s theme, “Rewind the Time: The Punahou Journey,” commemorates the school’s 175th anniversary.
Advocates say a bill created by the Hawaii State Teachers Association will drastically improve Hawaii’s public school system.
The lawsuit claims a physician’s inexperience led to a baby being born with brain damage and cerebral palsy.
Ruth Montecillo was chosen from Hawaii and now has a chance to become one of five national finalists.
The idea is to teach students how to identify and respond to sexual abuse.
Boaters, divers, and swimmers are concerned that the investigation is not moving forward.
The restaurant confirmed Saturday will be its last day at Ala Moana Center.
The operations were conducted by the state Department of Land and Natural Resources over the past month.
A total of 66 applications were received during the application period of Jan. 12-29.
The police union complained to the Hawaii Labor Relations Board, because it didn’t sign off on the program first.
More than 120 people from a 16-story building were pulled from the rubble, and at least 23 were injured.
A mother and her daughters are shocking the country, with many unable to tell who is the mother and the other two, 16-year-old twins.
The Army will lease land and grant easements to Hawaiian Electric for the company to construct, own, operate, and maintain a biofuel-capable…
The 43-foot sailboat got into trouble about five miles east of Kaunakakai Harbor.
Island Slipper gives us a tour of the Pearl City factory and shows us how their slippers are made.
Police say officers fired at the vehicle as it accelerated toward an officer, which killed Ronald Barawis Jr. and injured a front-seat femal…
The state says it does plan to use it by the end of the year, but it will likely give some of that money back.
Police are trying to cut back on the number of dismissed DUI cases, while courts are moving to clear a backlog of cases.
Three main things you’ll see from the system: rain, strong winds, and cool temperatures, in that order.
The buildings on Sunset and Kilauea avenues are being demolished after nearly four decades without ever being used.