Hawaii joins the rest of the country in allowing the age group to become blood donors.
The Kona Historical Society needs help naming a new member of its family.
The differences between an “executive order,” a “presidential memorandum” and an “executive action.”
Motorists are advised to proceed through the area with extreme caution.
Fox and its VR partner LiveLike will feature 20 game highlights in the new format.
To keep both the public and lifeguards safe, officials posted warning signs and stepped up patrols.
The retailer says it will reduce shipping time to two days on 2 million of its most popular items.
He and a friend went exploring in the pitch-dark cavern using a cellphone flashlight app.
A 21-year-old Maryland woman was apparently swept out to sea while swimming Monday evening.
The Maunawili falls trail has been the source of headaches for residents.
Kumu’s Cupboard provides school supplies and other necessities at no cost to public and private school teachers from preschool to 12th grade…
The University of Hawaii is now advising students and staff who may be affected to defer travel outside the U.S. for now.
The attorney general says the bill may survive constitutional challenge, if some changes are made.
The number of House bills involving condo and homeowner associations has more than quadrupled in two years.
The extraordinary public clash laid bare the discord and dissent surrounding the controversial refugee and immigrant ban.
The band’s long list of hits include the career-making “Amazed.”
Thieves have found a way to steal the balance on it by getting the PIN number under the silver scratch-off.
Don’t be alarmed if you see people dressed in full tactical gear or hazmat suits on Maui this week.
The warning sirens are used to alert the public to any emergency that may pose a threat to life or property.
This is the fifth straight year in which both categories saw record growth.