HONOLULU – Opening weekend is on the schedule, starting Friday for the University of Hawai’i baseball squad, as the Rainbow Warriors start b…
For the second straight season Punahou graduate K.J. Harrison will be up for America’s top amateur baseball honor, the Golden Spikes Award. …
Vernon Baker pleaded guilty to multiple counts, including second-degree murder.
A series of public events are being held this month to discuss plans for Complete Streets improvements in the Downtown/Chinatown area.
The eatery had been at Ward Warehouse under different names for about 40 years.
According to the lawsuit, the allegations go back more than a decade.
It’s considered the largest products show in Maui County.
Depending on weather and wind conditions, the F-22 Raptors are likely to be heard throughout several Honolulu neighborhoods.
He’s the bandmate of another new character, Tenney Grant, a breakout songwriter from Nashville.
Rather than reopen the search, university president David Lassner is recommending that he continue to serve as interim chancellor for two mo…
There has been a recent boom in yakitori restaurants opening around town. With so many new options, where is the best place to get your skew…
Kupu offers conservation and sustainability programs statewide for youth and young adults. Iolani Adams and Franco Pa’aluhi, have details.
‘Ekahi Ornish Lifestyle Medicine is the first program scientifically proven to prevent or even reverse heart disease.
When it comes to Las Vegas, Vacations Hawaii is the way to go!
The student program consists of interactive workshops facilitated by local professionals.
RevoluSun is all about giving you a Smart Home, but do you know the difference between a solar thermal water heater and a sun Bandit PV wate…
A golf course in Windward Oahu says it’s lost hundreds of thousands of dollars because of flooding dating back to last year.
Test results reported much lower levels of the bacteria.
After a scare last month, Bob and Eva Trinka say they’re just grateful to be in each other’s arms.
Car thefts and break-ins are some of the top crimes in Hawaii, turning thousands of people every year into victims.