Hawaii experienced a wet and windy start to the weekend with downed trees, power outages and lots of rain.
President and Michelle Obama ended their first day of 2015 with an elaborate dining experience at Ala Moana Center.
Many residents on Oahu chose to ring in the new year with fireworks. For some, it resulted in life-threatening injuries.
Free tours were offered and docents shared the history of the palace, the queen and the legacies she left behind.
In Kailua, community members came together Thursday for the Lanikai Woes Day Parade.
Nancy Gille and Katherine Gray are celebrating the new year in a way they never expected: together.
Hawaii’s own Marcus Mariota and the second-seeded Oregon Ducks beat the No. 3 Florida State Seminoles 59-20 in the 101st Rose Bowl. For the …
Jordan Manuel was born at Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children just as the clock struck midnight.
A Native Hawaiian seabird is making a comeback. Shearwater nests on Molokai have grown from three to more than a thousand.
He is Dale Gorrell, 67, of Hawaiian Ocean View Estates.
Kauai Island Utility Cooperative says all power was restored by 5:40 a.m. Thursday.
The first-ever college football semifinal took place Jan. 1, 2015 between Oregon and Florida State
In Mililani the annual pineapple drop was held. The countdown was timed to coincide with the Times Square ball drop.
Emergency crews are also responding to a critical accident in Kapolei.
A 44-year-old man is in critical condition. He was taken to Queens Medical Center after being injured in the face by a firework.
On Christmas Eve, the brothers lost their father. Their mother died from cancer in 2008.
If you’re still looking for a place to celebrate, there’s still time to get out and catch a fireworks show.