Local music star Kimie Miner joined us in studio this morning!
Ruth Fletcher, currently with Punahou School, has been selected to lead the schools starting in the 2016-17 school year.
The MX Scholar Program is a full-time program where students will learn engineering, robotics, computer programming and advanced science and…
The Hawaiian Telcom Tech Check question of the day is: What is the most-played song on your iPod?
Do you know the difference between LED lighting and regular light bulbs?
The Miami Dolphins player that caused the injury last Sunday was fined a total of $37,000 by the NFL.
SlumberWorld has a wide selection of beds that guarantee you a perfect night sleep.
Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Christopher Van Marter today was presented with the award.
October is Domestic Violence Month, a topic that affects millions of families every year- but healthy relationships can break the cycle.
World-renowned opera soprano Sumi Jo has graced the most important opera houses and concert halls throughout the world.
The HSNA 52nd Annual Coin Show is at the Hawaii Convention Center from October 23 to 25.
Restoration projects are in the works by Kamehameha Schools to turn it into a cultural site for teaching and learning.
Tomorrow is a fun event for a very serious cause put on by our friends at the YWCA in Hilo and Kona. It’s called Walk a Mile in Her Shoes 20…
It lashed the coast with fierce winds and rain as tourists and residents sought shelter.
Hawaii Island police are asking for help finding a large bell that went missing from Papaaloa ongwanji Wednesday morning. If you know anythi…
We wanted to know if the state has any plans to make the highway safer for pedestrians and drivers.
Rich Miano looks ahead to the Marquee Matchups that’ll determine who’s moving on to the state tournament.
Brian Te‘o, Rich Miano, Sam Spangler and Rob DeMello give out “2 Scoops” to some worthy recipients.
The Damien alumnus and former University of Hawaii standout led the team to an ILH Division II championship and a birth in the state tournam…
Juniors Seyddrick Lakalaka of Punahou and Isaac Slade-Matautia of Saint Louis have been friends since the seventh grade.