Welcome to the Season 4 premiere of Cover2: Hawaii High School Football Weekly.
Harry Fujiwara, a.k.a. Mr. Fuji, was one of the all-time great characters in pro-wrestling history, and a former McKinley High School Tiger.
Coach Brian Teo says Farrington senior Tanu “TJ” Tautolo is one to watch this season.
Rob Collias of Maui News says the contest between Maui and Baldwin will come down to the teams’ leaders.
Show us how you’d star in a commercial for head coach Wendell Look’s sunglasses.
His journey started with a sputtering career as a basketball player before he was recruited to the football field by Coach Hauoli Wong.
Campbell vs. (1) Kahuku, (10) Kailua vs. Nanakuli, No BIIF Games
This week, Chelsea Hardin goes to Waianae High School to check in on a field with a view regarded as one of the best in all of high school f…
This week’s Marquee Matchup features a top ten matchup in the OIA with Kapolei and Mililani doing battle.
The U.S. Army is planning a military salute battery in honor of Lt. Gen. Allen Kenji Ono.
A Hawaiian chant and hula performance kicked off the first day of the 10-day conference, which wraps Sept. 10.
Once the weather cleared, county officials and residents assessed the damage and worked quickly to clean the mess Madeline left behind.
On Midway Atoll, the president talked about remembering the past and protecting the future.
Voters will find two proposed constitutional amendments adopted during the Twenty-Eighth Legislature’s Regular Sessions of 2015 and 2016, as…
HPD says he has been on the force for 11 years, and because of the arrest, his police powers are restricted.
Shelter locations are on standby and ready to open if necessary. Locations will be announced if and when that happens.
Hospital officials say if they are at reduced capacity during a busy period, they may run out of beds and may not be able to help everyone.
The man was fishing when a large wave swamped and capsized his vessel.
Work has intensified with the approach of Lester, now a category 3 hurricane expected to pass north of the islands.
The Kaneohe woman was driving southbound when she crossed the median and hit an oncoming vehicle.