This Saturday is Laulima Day, a day we focus on giving to those in need this holiday season.
December may not be the most wonderful time of the year for some. Holiday messages saying we need to be with loved ones can be a sad reminde…
Emily Caberto Fontanilla, 51, is a homeless woman who lived in the Kaumakani area. She was last seen in June.
There was a packed house when the state’s only deaf and signing Santa Claus arrived at Pearlridge Center.
This year’s Kapolei City Lights festivities include a parade, tree lighting, fireworks, food trucks, live entertainment and a visit from San…
A young family will soon have to leave for the mainland, not for economic opportunity but for medical necessity.
The plan includes four parts: a leadership academy for kids, a convening institute, a university center for community organizing and a visit…
Thursday was the first day of a job fair that the retail giant is holding at the Royal Hawaiian Golf Club.
Fire officials say a resident’s quick thinking helped prevent a house fire in Kaimuki from becoming much worse.
Several free smartphone applications aim to help people navigate encounters with law enforcement.
Murphy’s Bar & Grill hosted its annual Christmas dinner and toy-raiser, known as “Miracle on Merchant Street.”
On Wednesday, participants could pick up their race packets, and do a little shopping at the expo at the Hawaii Convention Center.
Honolulu police are responding to a shooting in West Oahu.
The longtime news anchor and reporter received a certificate to recognize the impact he’s had on the community throughout his career.
Special road and lane closures will be in effect in various areas on Oahu for the 2014 Honolulu Marathon this Sunday.
This Christmas will be the first Christmas since a deadly car crash devastated a family in Honolulu.
Dozens of Kuhio Elementary School students got a lesson in health, thanks to the help of teddy bears.
Four Molokai men have been indicted on multiple charges for a confrontation between two groups of fishermen in Molokai waters.
Fire personnel extinguished the flames and estimated the damage to the walls and roof area at $65,000.
Officials say several men were working to strengthen the moorings on a five-ton buoy when it fell roughly 70 feet.