Family, friends and fans of the Toyota Hawaii Facebook page can vote for their favorite entries until March 15.
Milken Educator Award winner Jana Fukada has taught at the elementary school for seven years and is now a curriculum coach for grades K-2.
The state is launching Hawaii Smiles, a new dental surveillance program, at 64 public and charter schools across the state.
A 31-year-old Puna man is in police custody on $1 million bail for meth trafficking and other drug and weapons charges.
A suspicious-looking man was spotted on school grounds.
Birthday wishes this morning are for George and Katy Shon. Both celebrated their birthdays this past Sunday. They’ve been married for over 5…
The Harvard Bright Ideas awards program recognizes and promotes excellence and creativity in the public sector.
Brandon Lorenz turned himself in at the main police station at 4:15 p.m. Monday.
State Civil Defense says someone tampered with its outdoor siren in Kapolei, and now police are looking for a thief.
Lenovo has been shipping laptops prepackaged with malware that makes you more vulnerable to hackers — all for the sake of serving you adver…
And the start of Chinese New Year have also helped — wealthy Chinese tourists are making the neighborhood one of their vacation stops.
HDS also presented a check to the Hawaii Primary Care Association and the state Dept. of Health for $137,501.
Work at all the ports had slowed significantly over a months-long contract dispute, causing huge backups
A measles outbreak last month linked to its Southern California theme parks hasn’t hurt attendance.
Bobby Brown has consistently denied Nick Gordon permission to visit her hospital room.
Could late season buzz around “American Sniper” mean Bradley Cooper wins best actor?
The person or persons involved in the murders are still on the loose.
Chino Albert was arrested on Sunday, Dec. 13, at approximately 11:42 p.m.
While west coast dock workers consider a tentative contract agreement, distributors in Hawaii are still hustling to meet customer demands.
Katayama, a former president of Nissan’s U.S. unit who built the Z sports car into a powerful global brand in the 1970s, has died.