Closures will happen Saturday night through early Monday morning for deck widening and concrete pours.
HONOLULU – As the 2015-16 academic year gets underway, the University of Hawai’i men’s basketball team continues to solidify its roster with…
“The current law needs to be improved,” said Mayor Bernard Carvalho in a letter to the Kauai County Council.
The California Hotel and Boyd Gaming are celebrating their 40th Anniversary by doing a 40 days of Summer $400,000 giveaway!
There, you will find made in Hawaii food, art, gifts, fashion and more!
The store’s owner, Lachelle Rodrigues, joins us in studio with more information on the new store, plus information on their giveaway basket …
The proclamation activates the Major Disaster Fund set aside by the Legislature for disaster relief for the entire state.
The Hawaiian Telcom Tech Check question of the day is: What is your favorite “Made in Hawaii” dish?
On Aug. 3, 2015, Super Typhoon Soudelor, the largest cyclone of the year so far, passed directly over the island of Saipan and devastated th…
Register your keiki now to help race for a cure or bring your keiki to their Keiki Zone on the event day.
Tours can continue as long as the boats do a slow approach to the memorial when a turtle is sighted near the dock.
LGBT Hawaii said it’s already partnered with dozens of businesses and organizations.
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The project is intended to increase efficiency and reduce delays for individuals receiving tax refunds.
State Representative Matt Lopresti said the schools need the extra help, especially during these hot months.
Pomai from KWXX 94.7 in Hilo and 101.5 in Kona reporting what’s happening on Hawaii Island.
Today is a state holiday so the bus will operate on a holiday schedule. All city and county offices will be closed. Trash will still be pick…
This July, Honolulu saw 20 days that were at or above 90 degrees.
Detectives emphasize that Simmons and his family were “extremely cooperative” and none of them are suspected of a crime.
Thursday, August 20th *(5) KAMEHAMEHA-HAWAI’I (3-0) 38 WAIAKEA (0-3) 14 FINAL MAUI (1-1) 45 KING KEKAULIKE (0-2) 15 FINAL Friday, August 2…