News is Apple will also show off new iMacs and the latest OSX operating system.
The injured motorcyclist from Maui’s condition is not known.
The lone U.S. Ebola patient is in critical condition, the Dallas hospital that has been treating him reported Saturday.
Obama administration officials try to show they have the Ebola crisis in the U.S. under control.
An Illinois college takes another step to help protect football players from brain injuries.
Calls came in throughout late in the night for motorcycle, pedestrian and vehicle accidents.
The company says that this reminds would-be offenders that they take abuse seriously.
Hawaiian Electric Co. says about 75 customers lost power at around 4:45 p.m., including Ward Centers.
It’s been over a month since a teenage boy drowned at Kapena Falls, and his family can’t understand why the state hasn’t put up any warning …
The Elections Commission grilled chief elections officer Scott Nago about contingency plans in case lava threatens the general election.
Two people are recovering after being attacked by a dog at their home in Whitmore Village Thursday night.
Hawaii Electric Light is closely monitoring the progress of the Kilauea lava flow and has developed several plans to keep the power on.
Justin Cruz explains what creates curved, wave-like clouds in the sky.
A flight left LaGuardia Airport about a half-hour late because live crabs got loose in the cargo hold.
Almost 200 inmates have declared that they engage in Native Hawaiian religious practices at an Arizona prison.
Jeffrey Kissel outlined his plans one week before officially taking the reigns as Hawaii Health Connector’s executive director.
Lab tests have confirmed illness caused by the germ in 538 people – almost all children – in 43 states and the District of Columbia.