Chuck Williams spoke about what he’ll remember about Muhammad Ali, and the incredible legacy he leaves behind.
City crews inspected the area and determined it was overflow from the grease trap of one of the restaurants.
In 1981, ‘The Greatest’ battled to resurrect his career here in Hawaii, but the Hawaii State Boxing Commission denied his application.
Kupono Kahapea, 7, got sick with the flu last year, which led to a virus that severely damaged his heart.
There will be two ZipperLanes starting in August, just in time for the start of the school year.
The Board of Water Supply says vibration from heavy equipment may have caused the 8-inch main to break.
Health officials say the restaurant opened for business earlier this year without the necessary state and county approvals.
An old mortar shell was reported found Friday morning by two divers in the ocean off Makua Beach.
At least 39 separate recalls have been announced by companies that use sunflower kernels supplied by SunOpta.
The ship arrived from San Diego, but it was not known how it got aboard the ship.
Loretta Ann Sheehan said “it seems like a lot of work is done in executive session, behind closed doors.”
The revamped Na Ala Hele Trail and Access Program website features new content, user-friendly features, and a mobile-responsive design.
It allows you to design your own ride by putting a finger on a large touchscreen to make your own loops, drops and turns.
The new emojis also include “rolling on the floor laughing,” “sneezing face,” and “dancing man.”
Homeless outreach providers from Kalihi-Palama Health Center reported an estimated 50 to 60 homeless persons residing in the area as of last…
Supporters say its closure will ensure the safety of the public and an expected 8,000-10,000 attendees of the conference.
The problem, health officials say, is that the restaurant’s current wastewater system is only authorized for a capacity of 114 people, and r…
Regal Bakery’s three Oahu locations, Daylight Donuts’ Lihue location, and Krispy Kreme’s Kahului location will be giving away free donuts.
Schools superintendent Kathryn Matayoshi will take them with her to New York next Wednesday.
Waialua resident Jarret Kuni was out fishing with his friends when he spotted a shadow under the boat.