The Kalani High School robotics team has earned a spot in the FIRST Championship in St. Louis, April 23-26, after a strong performance at the FIRST Alamo regional competition in San Antonio, Texas.
There is a chance to visit the Battleship Missouri Memorial at a 50 percent discount to celebrate the USS Missouri Memorial Association’s 20th anniversary.
Construction crews are getting ready to build one of the most challenging parts of Honolulu’s rail project over the H-1 Freeway near the Waipahu exit.
Stabbing victim Frankie “Kie” Feliciano died Monday afternoon at Queen’s Medical Center. Family members say he befriended homeless at Maili Beach Park and often looked out for them.
The massive swells started over the weekend and they’re attracting surfers and spectators alike. Those who were at the world famous surf spot “Jaws” on Maui Sunday got a good look at how powerful those waves can get.
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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