UH student athletes will begin receiving stipends this upcoming school year.
The move will allow the society to expand its indoor capacity by 30 percent, as well as house animals in an outdoor setting.
This post will be updated when we get notifications of closures due to Hilda.
It happened during scheduled utilities relocation work by Kiewit Infrastructure West Co., a rail construction contractor.
Construction will occur Mondays through Fridays and some Saturdays through early 2017.
The couple left the business without being identified after the male suspect was detained.
Makers & Tasters Kewalo will be open for lunch and dinner.
Pomai from KWXX 94.7 in Hilo and 101.5 in Kona reporting what’s happening on Hawaii Island.
Work furlough inmate Noah Borgman voluntarily turned himself in to OCCC this morning. He failed to return to the Laumaka Work Furlough Cente…
Hawaiian Electric crews have restored power to all customers in in the Moiliili area. The outage was reported just before 5 a.m. Tuesday. In…
As Hilda gets closer to Hawaii, it’s kicking up some big waves. There’s a high surf warning for east facing shores of Hawaii Island, and an …
Four suspects connected to a murder at Whitmore Village have been indicted by an Oahu grand jury.
Once you’re registered, you can pull it up and it will tell you what time your ride should get there.
New credit card rules will soon be implemented in Hawaii and across the country in order to crack down on fraud.
An important piece of mail could be showing up in your mailbox soon. Every August, the Hawaii State Judiciary mails juror questionnaires to …
Consumer advocate Jeffrey Ono believes that the current proposal is not in the public interest.
One local company recently had its name stolen. Schemers even hired people using the newly created website as a recruiting tool.
Head coach Dave Shoji’s 41st season officially got underway as the University of Hawaii Rainbow Wahine volleyball team held its first practi…
Tristan Postadan was last seen in Captain Cook.
He was identified through fingerprints as Dolores Borja Valle, 69, of Holualoa.