Celebrate the “Year of the Monkey” at the annual “Night in Chinatown” festival and parade happening Saturday.
The market is known for their fresh and delicious poke and smoked meats as well as other local favorites.
Patti Bryan from Step Ahead Arch Supports and Tim Marr, a triathlon athlete, tells us about the benefits of running with arch supports.
Applications are being accepted from those interested in becoming a police officer, an emergency services dispatcher, or a school crossing g…
New records were set with the totals of visitor arrivals and visitor expenditures.
Here on Hawaii Island, we are gearing up for another incredible weekend filled with many great events and also looking forward to ringing in…
Four parks are affected.
Allegations of bribery by some of the private security officers is drawing criticism and a push for change.
The proposed site would be on private land near the Mauna Loa Macadamia Nut farms in Hilo.
A couple vacationing on Maui had the trip of a lifetime, their magical moment caught on camera.
Zika is a mosquito-born illness spreading in South America, but Hawaii’s health officials are quick to point out, the disease does not origi…
Businesses could receive $25,000 or 60 percent of annual business losses, whichever is the lesser amount.
The two-day event at Queen’s Beach in Waikiki kicked off Thursday and includes appearances by NFL players including Marcus Mariota.
The goal is to reduce overcrowding, and lawmakers have said upgrading the current facility could end up costing more than building a new one…
Michelle Wie was stung by a bee Thursday in the season-opening Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic, and second-ranked Inbee Park withdrew because…
The Big West Conference announced its 2016 baseball preseason order of finish on Thursday morning, predicting the University of Hawai’i Rain…
No swimming at all North Shore beaches is advised, including Anini Beach, due to dangerous ocean conditions.
Original slippers, crafted with a local style approach in this fast-paced, outsourced world.
The calls started shortly after 2 p.m. and many occurred within a 30-minute period.
Festivities will take place from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. and feature fun and educational exhibits, performances and activities.