“Hearing his plea to finish that race, I knew I had to help,” said the officer.
Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2015, is Veterans Day, a federal holiday.
The Titans QB went 28-39 for 371 yards, no interceptions, and four touchdowns for a 135.7 passer rating.
Chelsea Patricia Ake-Salvacion died from asphyxia caused by low oxygen levels.
A Coast Guard petty officer was convicted during a general court-martial Monday at the Coast Guard Courtroom in the Prince Kuhio federal bui…
Jose Reyes and his wife were involved in an argument at the Four Seasons Resort in Wailea that turned physical and resulted in injuries.
Magnolia Bakery, a world renowned bakery famous for its baked goods and desserts, is moving into the new ‘Ewa Wing at Ala Moana Center.
From “Colorfuse” picture art to custom framing products, Plus Interiors is your one stop shop for holiday gifts for your home.
The Hawaiian Telcom Tech Check question of the day is: What is your spirit animal?
Don’t let shoulder pain get the best of you.
Carson is on the rise, even as questions persist about his life story, defined by tales of personal struggle and redemption that are central…
An umbilical hernia is when umbilical ring doesn’t completely close after birth.
Did you know about 130 Hawaii-born citizens of the Hawaiian Kingdom served in the American Civil War?
UH disaster planners invite the public to learn how to stay safe during a hurricane at a free presentation
“The Conservation District Use Permit HA-3568 is temporarily stayed until Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2015, or until further order of the Court.”
Actual savings will depend on how much each school is able to change its use to fit the time-of-use rate periods.
This Saturday on the East Side at the Hilo Civic Auditorium, it’s Kumu Hula Lori Lei Shirokawa & Lori Lei’s Hula Studio’s “He Ho’omana’o A…
Another community meeting Tuesday night on Hawaii Island to inform residents about dengue fever starts at 6 p.m. at the Na`alehu Community C…
The next time you’re at the Honolulu zoo, you’ll have a new exhibit to check out!
Oahu taxpayers could be forced to foot the bill for Honolulu’s rail project for longer than expected.