Sajak was Joe Moore’s roommate while working in radio during the war in Vietnam.
Jordan Segundo joins us for today’s 808Update.
An event this weekend hopes to raise awareness about lung cancer, which is the #1 cancer killer of women.
The GMO is on a world-wide tour and will treat audiences in Honolulu to an evening of unforgettable music of the 1940’s from the Golden Era …
The online service, Career Coach, can help you learn what training or education you need for your dream job.
The Hawaiian Telcom Tech Check question of the day is: What was one of your most defining moments in life?
Sea Life Park in Waimanalo is unveiling their newly renovated Touch Pool.
This double abdominal workout incorporates the arms and the legs to tone up your core!
From Hawaii Island, just a friendly reminder that if you are able to help in any way, volunteer or would like to participate in this year’s …
The USSF is strongly urging the ban be adopted by all of its members.
The public will be given a chance to share concerns over Honolulu’s rail project on Wednesday, Nov. 18, in Waipahu. The Rail Transit Authori…
A parent or guardian who allows this to occur can face a fine of up to $100 and up to 20 days in prison.
Happy Veterans Day. Today we honor all veterans and celebrate our military. Thank you for all that you do. Here on the East side of Hawaii I…
Be careful if you’re heading out on the ocean. A small craft advisory is in effect for Hawaiian waters. State officials say they will step u…
The fire began in the kitchen of the Ono Pops business located in the Waiakamilo Business Center.
The state says taxis can go to Diamond Head, but only to pick up and drop off customers.
Hawaii’s unemployment rate is at its lowest in years, but businesses say that makes it hard to find qualified workers.
At three levels and 165,000 square feet, the store is one of the biggest in Ala Moana Center’s new Ewa Wing Expansion.
In a last-minute move, the health department hired private public relations company The Bennett Group to help spread the word about the deng…
The department says the placard program is successful, because the large majority of restaurants correct their violations.