So far this year, 20 people have been killed on the island’s roads. It’s a saddening and troubling number.
The governor still insists it’s not feasible to have a special session unless everyone can come together.
“At this time, the evidence is insufficient to prove criminal charges beyond a reasonable doubt.”
Residents are encouraged to sit along Farrington Highway to watch the parade.
This special edition of Hawaii’s Kitchen features Amy Pottinger, a local resident who’s currently competing on the national cable show “Food…
The internationally famous male revue “Thunder from Down Under” is in Hawaii performing at several venues and islands including: The Republi…
Father’s Day is right around the corner we’ve got great gift ideas for Dad from Pearlridge Center. Check out the latest in smartphones, tabl…
The mix of cheddar and caramel popcorn was made popular in Chicago. Chef Ry has taken this favorite combo a step further. CHI (“shy”) MIX …
The library was closed on June 8 due to a problem with the pipe leading to the restrooms.
For the past several years, a group of friends has met every week to belt out their favorite tunes.
On Thursday, the Department of Homeland Security granted Magana Ortiz a 30-day stay of deportation, but the fight isn’t over.
Every Thursday, Dr. Kalani Brady from the John A. Burns School of Medicine answers your medical questions.
It was centered in the vicinity of the south flank of Kilauea Volcano and was reported at 7:01 a.m.
Comey disputed the Trump administration’s justification for his firing, declaring the administration “defamed him and more importantly the F…
This is what the memorial will look like.
The Honolulu City Council approved several proposals Wednesday that would affect your bottom line.
The company guarantees it is the most comfortable pillow you will ever own.
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.