Brian Keaulana and his team Hawaiian Water Patrol have provided life-saving services for many surf contests.
It was formed by more than a hundred Native Hawaiian community members who took part in a constitutional convention formed by the group Na’i…
Back to back swells have created dangerous conditions all week long, with more high surf on the way.
A young entrepreneur set up shop along Kamehameha Highway selling coffee and doughnuts.
It was first reported at around 7:30 p.m.
The contraflow will create a third lane of travel for westbound drivers on Farrington Highway from 3-7 p.m.
The main issue is having students and teachers to get used to all the changes.
They have not fully recovered, but according to their attorney, they are just well enough to go home so they can grieve.
On Monday, Ewa-bound lanes will be closed so traffic will be diverted to the makai side of the highway.
Crews came in Thursday to lift the home up and move it several feet back.
If passed into law, Hawaii Tourism Authority says it would put our state’s visitor industry in a vulnerable position.
“Sweet: A Tasty Journey” takes a nostalgic look at the confections beloved by generations of Americans.
A proclamation was made in honor of the Quiksilver in Memory of Eddie Aikau Big Wave Invitational.
He was with his wife and friends taking photos along the rocks when he was swept out by a large, breaking wave.
Apparently, Honolulu doesn’t agree with the rest of America.
From fashion to food, they’ve got it all!
The job “wasn’t exactly glamorous” but it taught him responsiblility and the value of hard work.
Both beaches will be reassessed on Monday.
The visitor was taking photos along the rocks at Queen’s Bath when he was swept out by a large, breaking wave.
Officials closed it Wednesday due to a problem with an electrical pump.