Hawaii’s military community is being warned of fake websites designed to steal personal information. The latest scheme consists of a website claiming to be the My Army Benefits website.
A groundbreaking took place at the International Marketplace Monday, kicking off a two-year renovation.
The U.S. Postal Service will commemorate the USS Arizona Memorial by issuing a new Priority Mail Express stamp on March 13.
The Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs will commemorate National Consumer Protection Week from March 2 to 8 by hosting a consumer education fair this Wednesday.
It’s a most wanted list that continues to grow. From brown tree snakes to coqui frogs, many pests have invaded the islands over the years.
Michelle Kay, a Kalakaua Middle science teacher, was surprised Monday as Hawaii’s latest recipient of the prestigious Milken Educator Award. The national award recognizes outstanding excellence in education and includes a $25,000 cash prize.
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Diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder called Edwards syndrome, CopperRose Keona Harai turned one year old a few weeks ago. Her birthday was a momentous occasion because 90 percent of babies like her don’t live past 12 months.
Several University of Hawaii athletes gathered at Kuhio Elementary School Monday for Read Across America Day.
A new National Park Service report for 2012 shows that nearly 1.5 million visitors to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park spent more than $113 million in communities near the park.
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Local casting for ‘Jurassic World’ isn’t over yet. An open call has now been scheduled for Kauai.
A new online extortion cyber threat called CryptoLocker could affect anyone who has a computer, and especially people who use Facebook.
Qualifying families can begin applying for state subsidies to help pay for tuition at licensed Hawaii preschools.
Two people suspected of damaging a glass door at Iolani Palace are in trouble once again. One is behind bars and the other is now wanted by police.
Maui police have reopened Haleakala Crator Road after a downed tree.
A spot in Waikiki that’s been there since the 1950s will soon be a thing of the past.
CrimeStoppers and the Honolulu Police Department have issued a statement that Yoshiki Doi has been found.