One of the key cogs to the Midshipmen offense is Kaneohe native and Kamehameha graduate, senior center Blaze Ryder.
The city’s building permit website still shows numerous inspections not completed.
Health officials say the state has the resources to contain the disease, but residents still need to do their part to prevent a larger outbr…
It’s gotten to the point that the top brass of both the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation and Hawaiian Electric are meeting weekly…
Anthony Fontana was preparing to leave OCCC Module 20 on a furlough pass.
The NFL announced the honor Wednesday.
Pauline Victoria is a mother and wife, who happens to be born without arms and legs.
Expedia asked Americans to rank the most frustrating behaviors exhibited by the hundreds of millions of fellow Americans who fly each year.
Forty-four local high school student athletes took part in the ceremony.
Celebrating and honoring the veterans of our country on the 11th day of the 11th month.
Sajak was Joe Moore’s roommate while working in radio during the war in Vietnam.
The USSF is strongly urging the ban be adopted by all of its members.
The public will be given a chance to share concerns over Honolulu’s rail project on Wednesday, Nov. 18, in Waipahu. The Rail Transit Authori…
A parent or guardian who allows this to occur can face a fine of up to $100 and up to 20 days in prison.
The fire began in the kitchen of the Ono Pops business located in the Waiakamilo Business Center.
The state says taxis can go to Diamond Head, but only to pick up and drop off customers.
Hawaii’s unemployment rate is at its lowest in years, but businesses say that makes it hard to find qualified workers.
At three levels and 165,000 square feet, the store is one of the biggest in Ala Moana Center’s new Ewa Wing Expansion.
In a last-minute move, the health department hired private public relations company The Bennett Group to help spread the word about the deng…
The department says the placard program is successful, because the large majority of restaurants correct their violations.