The law authorizes the Maui Region of Hawaii Health Systems Corporation to enter into negotiations for a public-private partnership.
The call came in at around 11:20 a.m. from a home on 9th Avenue.
The transaction remains subject to other regulatory approvals including approval by the Public Utilities Commission.
Egan Inoue, owner and trainer at Egan’s Fit Body Bootcamp, shows us great exercises on Wake Up 2day.
In today’s ‘In the Biz,’ we take you behind the scenes of this locally owned business that has been serving some of the island’s most delici…
If you’re looking for something to do with friends or family this weekend, Jordan Segundo’s got you covered in today’s 808 Update.
Trini Kaopuiki will be your guide for a day full of great music and fun, free activities for the whole family!
KHON2′ Family Fun Day and Concert benefitting the Laulima Giving Program is coming up.
So Taizo and Trini took a look at a great program that you can take part in, which keeps you healthy and improves your balance, preventing f…
Building skills and building community: that’s the purpose of a unique project that happens each year at Hawaii Community College on the Big…
The Hawaiian Telcom Tech Check question of the day is: What would you eat over and over again?
It could be time to trade in your suitcase for a slimmer model.
The company could be bankrupt within days.
Three underclassmen from the University of Hawaii are in danger of leaving the program for the professional ranks, including junior pitcher …
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Caretakers of a historic home that once belonged to King Kamehameha III say the historic site is not getting the respect it deserves.
Firefighters say Darin Kobatake, 50, was paddling a one-man canoe when it apparently flipped over.
A recent study found that nearly half of all parents admits to sleeping with their baby.
The Honolulu Police Department is investigating two cases of second-degree theft against Archipelago Travel.
The 2005 Little League World Series champion from Ewa Beach was a wizard in center field for Hawaii, fielding .981 through his four years as…