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This Friday, it’s the sounds of a favorite local band, EMKE, with music from their new album.
T.Oki Trading is Hawaii’s indoor and outdoor home improvement specialist providing almost everything needed for your home renovation.
Jason Chang from the Queen’s Health Care Systems knows firsthand the impact the March of Dimes can have on a young family’s life. His 3-year…
Ever wish there was a way to retain the “brand new look” of your furniture?
With a new pool and gym upgrades, it’s never been easier to keep your fitness program going while staying at the California Hotel.
Celebrate with these season inspired slippers featuring Liberty Art Fabrics, the internationally recognized leader in floral, paisley and pa…
We learn more about their services with President and CEO, Shelly Wilson.
A special church service and picnic recognizing Earth Day will be held this weekend at Kawaiahao Church. Some students from Kawaiahao Church…
It’s a chocolate lover’s dream! From cacao-infused beer to chocolate-inspired cuisine, the Big Island Chocolate Festival has it all next wee…
From fairgrounds to nightclubs, it’s a weekend full of fun! Hawaii’s CW star, Mikey Monis has the 4-1-1 in “What’s Up Weekend!”
A big donation for the University of Hawaii on Thursday of $1 million. It came from a man who many of us know for his plate lunch business.
A city councilman is hoping to change that, by encouraging the city to think about changing the requirements for new homes.
HART is racing toward an April 30 deadline to tell the Federal Transit Authority how it will get the job done, and how to pay for it.
One of eight companies licensed to legally sell medical marijuana in Hawaii used the day to promote its education initiatives.
Prepared with jackets, umbrellas and rain gloves, 208 of the state’s top amateurs and professionals teed it up for Round 1 of the 2017 MID-P…
The 10-episode series will air during the upcoming 2017-18 TV season.
Christine Macpherson was the last person standing, and she says the new vehicle will be a big relief for her family.
It was a special day for dozens of people in Hawaii as they officially became US citizens.
In the video, you can see a man in a black hoodie with a bandana covering his face pointing what appears to be a gun at the manager.