At YouTube, viewing via mobile devices has been growing twice as quickly as desktop viewing.
One of those cited is the city’s Dept. of Environmental Services for violations that occurred at its Sand Island Wastewater Treatment Plant …
The president has been more active on social media as he nears the end of his second and final term.
Konrad Ng has been appointed the new executive director of Duke’s Shangri La, a center for the study of Islamic arts and cultures.
William G. Quintana was last seen on the evening of Monday, November 2 in the Wailuku area.
The proposed development agreement would provide 151 units of rental housing for residents age 62 and over.
He was given a furlough pass on November 8, 2015 and failed to return to OCCC until January 4, 2016.
Myanmar opposition party says it had won virtually every parliamentary seat in the four states for which results were known.
The long-simmering discussion began to boil over this fall, when the African-American student body president spoke out about racism on campu…
“Fight the Bite” is a statewide public education campaign that seeks to end the spread of dengue fever in Hawaii.
It happened at a Jack In The Box drive-thru in Kahului early Sunday morning.
Another meeting is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 9, at Washington Middle School Cafeteria.
The renowned chef partnered with artist Brad “Tiki-Shark” Parker for the new product line.
“Do you realize that Starbucks wanted to take Christ and Christmas off of their brand new cups?” claimed a Facebook video.
A contingency of about 60 people, including many students and teachers will leave this week to greet Hokulea in South Africa.
NOAA says the species is critically endangered, with only about 200 left in the world.
Right now, the city is in the early phases of a pilot project. Their goal is to install turf in nine locations around Oahu.
Besides highlighting the Duke Paoa Kahanamoku exhibit, “A Day with Duke” featured live music as well as special programming.
It was a two-alarm building fire at Kaewai Elementary School, located on Kamehameha IV Road.
Cars, trucks and SUVs had dropped into the gash in the earth, which appeared to be about 15 feet deep.