Collegiate Baseball Release TUCSON, Ariz. – The honors continue to pour in for Hawai’i baseball players Dylan Thomas and Adam Fogel, who ear…
The 5-4 vote sends the bill back to a council committee, despite support from Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell.
HART will be allowed access to $350 million in city bonds to pay for the next year of operations.
Mother and baby tern appear to be doing well.
Discussions are underway on possible legislation to start with a two-year pause.
The homecoming ceremony is set to take place June 17 at Magic Island and 50,000 people are expected to attend.
This time, Neko Cafe will be at the former Brue Bar and Wedding Cafe at Ward Warehouse on Friday, June 24.
The suspects barged into the home and hurt a 62-year-old woman, but her relatives and an off-duty officer came to the rescue and caught one …
Holl-the-way up to number five in the world. That’s where Waianae’s Max Holloway sits in the latest UFC pound-for-pound official rankings af…
No homes or structures are threatened, however the fire is threatening rare native and endangered plants.
Nick Rolovich and the University of Hawai’i football program will host their summer Elite Camp for grades 9-12 Friday and Saturday June 9th …
The event will feature hands-on bee demonstrations, educational displays, keiki activities, and a monarch butterfly tent.
It’s been a deadly year on Hawaii island roads.
Christina Kishimoto is meeting with the Board of Education and department staff ahead of her Aug. 1 start date.
The three-day festival includes a ho‘olaule‘a, performing arts showcase, hula festival, street dance festival, and a parade.
Interested candidates should come dressed for an interview and bring several copies of their resume.
Summer is here and it’s time to break out the grill and enjoy the fun of cooking outdoors.
The 7th annual Locations Foundation Clothing Drive brings the business community and local volunteers together to collect clothing and funds…
If you hate the heat, and have thought about installing air condition you may want to consider doing it.
While Mother Nature doesn’t care if you’re prepared for natural disasters, you should.