After 10 days in the hospital, Jamesy Gonsalves-Figueroa knew the end was near for her father.
The utility says drones can be deployed quickly to obtain a snapshot of system conditions, which is vital to restoring power after storms, w…
The Lanai @ Ala Moana will feature 10-12 specialty food vendors, with indoor and plaza seating for up to 450 diners.
Sanrio and Eggs ‘n Things are teaming up to feature Gudetama, the lazy egg, on a special menu developed solely for their Hawaii locations. S…
The Hawaiian Telcom Tech Check question of the day is: When do you start your holiday shopping?
What better way to enjoy a movie or the weekend than with Primo Popcorn!
Wahoo Fish Taco’s is introducing a new clean and healthy menu.
Every Thursday, Dr. Kalani Brady from the John A. Burns School of Medicine answers your medical questions.
Lieutenant Kelly Cartwright, the new Bandmaster, joined us to tell about the U.S. Pacific Fleet Band’s role
Hawaii Island police are asking for your help in providing information about an incident that sent a Puna man to the hospital in critical co…
Crews responding to an accident on Waialae Avenue. The incident was reported just before 7:30 a.m. Thursday. Police have closed one westboun…
As it ground to a halt in the waiting area, it knocked out pillars, collapsing a section of the roof.
Kalihi residents have a chance to weigh in on proposed improvements to the Kapalama canal. The city is planning to create a park and a pedes…
If you noticed an Army helicopter flying unusually low over Central Oahu Wednesday, you weren’t alone.
Honolulu mayoral candidate Charles Djou will not be taking part in a debate scheduled for next month.
Under the current law, compostable plastic bags are still allowed, but a bill introduced Wednesday would eliminate that.
For months, many Frear Hall residents say their rooms have been hot and “miserable,” and they just want to know when it will be fixed.
Two students and a teacher were wounded in the shooting.
Problem was she wasn’t an actual employee, and even if she was, the school says she shouldn’t have been let on the bus.
The offer is only good Thursday, Sept. 29, from 6-11 a.m.