Wednesday night, a couple members of the Harlem Globetrotters did their thing in front of just a handful of special invited guests.
About 34 Hawaiian Telcom customers are without phone and internet service due to an underground cable that got wet.
The second election will take place Tuesday, June 2. A list of election sites is included.
The payment stems from allegations that Nestor Garcia accepted free meals and golf from lobbyists, and failed to disclose those gifts.
Waianae native and current fifth-ranked UFC featherweight Max Holloway is on a campaign to bring UFC to the islands and has recruited soon-t…
The average amount to be returned to members is about $24.
The Supreme Court held that the plaintiffs were not harmed or injured by the Marriage Equality Act and therefore did not have standing to ch…
Former Hawaii Rainbow Warrior baseball player and current St. Louis Cardinal Kolten Wong is currently second in the voting for the second ba…
Umi Street will be closed at the Hardy Street intersection to allow for the construction of a roundabout.
The free show, launched from three separate platforms at Ala Moana Beach Park, will begin on Saturday, July 4, at 8:30 p.m.
Punahou graduate KJ Harrison’s incredible first season at Oregon State University has been recognized by the Pac-12.
According to Maui police, a car was traveling south on Papa Avenue when the 40-year-old driver hit the 16-year-old, who was crossing west wi…
Crews arrived to find a one-story, single-family home on Awamoku Street engulfed in flames.
Prosecutors decided to not take the cases to trial because they believed they couldn’t prove the violations beyond a reasonable doubt.
They joined us in studio to talk about a variety of activities and exercises that can keep seniors’ minds, bodies and souls strong.
“Defending the Caveman” is in Hawaii and opens tonight at the Hawaii Theater.
The Hawaiian Telcom Tech Check question of the day is: What advice do you have for this year’s graduating seniors?