The site sits right next to the marsh, home to endangered birds and plant life.
The campus is now the first in the Austin Independent School District with doors that open automatically thanks one student’s big dream.
Last week’s storm triggered several outages when trees or branches fell onto power lines. Residents are urged to contact their utility compa…
Pat Takahashi lost his wife, Pearl, five years ago and “decided to, just on the spur of the moment, do two things for her.”
A $10 million road project in Nanakuli is supposed to ease congestion for Leeward Oahu drivers, but right now, residents say it’s putting mo…
Hawaii’s weather might not be as frigid as the mainland, but for local residents, it’s been downright cold.
The USDA says initial tests have not connected the Chinese jerky and rawhide treats to the illnesses, but Petco vowed in May to ban the snac…
A lot of children receive new bikes, scooters and skateboards as gifts. What about the helmets to protect their precious heads? Learn why it…
A family friend took notice in how much Lyons enjoyed spending time with the dogs and decided to begin an event on Facebook, “Photo Doggies …
“It took him nearly three hours to arrive here at the hospital,” its director said.
The scheme tries to entice people who cross-post on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Pre-sales for Girl Scout Cookies began Monday in Hawaii with two new flavors added to the lineup.
Dozens of firefighters rushed to a two-alarm fire on Kaha Street Monday afternoon.
The airlines calculates that the service directly to Kona will attract 39,000 additional visitors.
Volunteers with the American Red Cross, Hawaii State Chapter, are continuing to follow up with residents affected by Friday night’s storm.
Kauai Island Utility Cooperative said transmission lines were down, affecting customers in Waimea, Kaumakani, Kokee, Kekaha and Mana.
An unknown person entered the YMCA on West Lanikaula Street in Hilo and removed cash and a fan.