Skip Wells was the youngest to die. He was 21 years old.
The pilots have mounted cameras on their drones and are flying them by looking through goggles all while using a remote control.
Mikaele Carvalho was released from custody after posting bond.
Many state lawmakers are calling a plan of action “unacceptable” following a massive fuel leak from the Red Hill Storage Bulk Storage Facili…
Hikers are asked to schedule their hike in the afternoon instead of the morning or plan to use another trail that day.
Researchers say the variety they’ve developed can be farmed and eaten fresh, with the potential for a new industry for the state.
A recruiter accidently shot himself in the leg with his personal pistol while discussing the Tennessee shootings with one of his recruits.
With Oahu Party Bus, not only will you have a designated driver to take you wherever you want to go, you can also eat, drink, and dance insi…
It was reported Friday morning that there was an inch and a half of frozen snow on the summit.
Get ready to be inspired!
We’ve been enjoying some refreshing ice cream this week, thanks to the folks from Tropilicious Ice Cream and Sorbet. It’s been such a treat!
In today’s Fitness Friday, we take you to Bikram Yoga Kapolei to learn about a couple of unique classes they offer that is becoming very pop…
The Hawaiian Telcom Tech Check question of the day is: What do you want to know about Robert Cazimero?
Eric Bautista, owner of Party Pix Hawaii joins us in studio to tell us all about their photo booths and what’s trending this wedding season.
So today we head to SlumberWorld, where bedding specialists can help you find the perfect bed.
Another Hawaii team has brought home a national title! This time, in girls youth soccer!
Hawaii Pops, the state’s first independent Pops Orchestra, announced its premiere season lineup of concerts.
In today’s keiki talk, we explore why some are saying the movie was not the best for kids to see.
Tyler Brashears will be placed in the Class-A rookie Appalachian League where he will suit up for the Princeton Rays.
Traffic will be affected from Saturday night through Monday morning due to work involving deck widening and concrete pours.