The Hawaiian Telcom Tech Check question of the day is: What activities would you do on a Hawaii staycation?
The third annual Hawaii on the Hill is a two day event that puts a national spotlight on our Island businesses in our nation’s capital.
AAA Foundation found that 60% of teen crashes involve a distraction.
Every Thursday, Dr. Kalani Brady from the John A. Burns School of Medicine answers your medical questions.
The Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor’s popular remote control “Biggest Little Airshow” in Hawaii is back for its ninth year Saturday and…
The state is continuing its efforts to restore the Pu‘u Ka Pele Forest Reserve on Kaua‘i and the newly out-planted koa trees within the prev…
At just 24 years of age, Waianae native Max Holloway is already considered as the second-most successful Hawai’i native in UFC history. Desp…
You may not have thought about it before, but every square of toilet paper comes with a price tag.
The ruling addresses unfair labor practice charges filed by UNITE HERE! Local 5 union against Aqua-Aston Hospitality.
The city’s executive operating budget includes additional money for the Ocean Safety and Lifeguard Services Division.
Business owners in the area are bracing for the worst after seeing what has happened to others along the rail route.
Now that they’re aware of the problem, DOE officials say a water study will be done for the whole campus, which includes testing the water t…
Former Lt. Gov. James “Duke” Aiona Jr. is contemplated a run for office.
Daredevils are seeking an even bigger — and extremely dangerous — thrill, swinging 2,820 feet atop the Koolau Mountains.
IRVINE, Calif. – Five members of the University of Hawai’i Rainbow Warriors baseball team were named among the all-Big West honorees, as off…
Kauai police say Jeffrey Nitta was medevaced to Queen’s Medical Center on Oahu, where he remained in critical condition until his death.
“He’s dragging my son! I can’t watch this!” the woman, who isn’t identified, said in the 911 call Saturday after he dropped some 15 feet int…
Industry professionals attribute the rise to rail and other commercial projects.
It happened at around 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at a shopping center in Kaneohe.
Stores and restaurants have received counterfeit bills in $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100 denominations.