Gary Modafferi says the new attorneys will “take on a case that will essentially be their career for the next, however long it takes to go t…
Island Air still owes the state Department of Transportation nearly a year’s worth of rent and fees.
The festival is honoring several actors and directors at a special gala Friday night.
Island Air’s shutdown leaves thousands of passengers in the lurch. Many of them spent hundreds and even thousands of dollars on flights.
Customer service agent Debbie Maluina tried to hold back the tears as much as she could, but there were times when it was just impossible.
Applications are still being accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.
The new courts encompass about 11,000 square feet at the Ewa-makai end of the park.
Kamehameha Highway will be closed over the next two weekends in both directions between Ka Uka Boulevard and Lanikuhana Avenue.
Trade wind showers will be somewhat limited through Friday, but an upper trough approaching from the north this weekend will enhance the sho…
It’s that time again, Aloha Friday Fill-up is back and today, November 10, Wake Up 2day is at the Waianae location. It is located at the Alo…
It happened around 6:30 p.m. Thursday.
Welcome to Season 5, Episode 11 of Cover2: Hawaii High School Football Weekly.
The Cover2 team sends some high quality H2O to some worthy recipients.
This week’s Rising Star is not a player, but a coach.
Campbell may have lost to Waianae 21-29 last weekend, but it doesn’t take away from what has been a solid first season for new head coach Da…
A preview of the Division I and Division II state championship showdowns.
Former University of Hawaii lineman R.J. Hollis asks referee Brandis Mirafuentes some tough questions in this week’s pop quiz.
The kickoff to the final four double-header features Kahuku and Waianae.
Founded in 1956, the HHSAA is a non-profit educational athletic organization dedicated to serving 97 public and private member high schools …
Courtesy Spectrum XCast, congratulations to Kahuku sophomore Kaonohi Kaniho for a 28-yard catch that gave the Red Raiders the OIA plaque.