The 107th Manoa Cup at the Oahu Country Club is underway. The top 64 golfers advanced out of Monday’s stroke play round and into Match which…
When we put the word out about little Nawai Irie, the community rallied to her family’s side.
Scientists will now review the black box that was on the vehicle, which they say carries a goldmine of critical data.
Campbell High School social studies teacher Corey Rosenlee got enough votes for the second time to become the union’s new president.
Police say David Pantohan, 43, was holding onto a vehicle while riding a skateboard early Tuesday morning.
Young adults will gain exposure to various careers in criminal justice through hands-on learning.
HECO said the man was performing routine maintenance when it happened.
Cherry Blossom Festival Queen Contestants are exposed to various aspects of Japanese culture, from taiko and tea ceremony to bon dance and c…
An HPD spokesperson said no life-threatening calls were missed while the system was down.
The Hawaiian Telcom Tech Check question of the day is: Where is your favorite summer hangout?
We find out what she’s been up to living in LA and Trini and Taizo challenge her to an old fashioned donut eating contest!
When a natural disaster strikes, there is often little time to prepare for it.
Officials say Harold “JJ” Jackson, 52, was an avid shell collector and was diving off Makaha Beach Park to collect shells.
Our joints are critical to our everyday movement and keeping them pain-free is important to enjoying life in Hawaii!
An evening ho‘olaule‘a (block party) along Kalakaua Avenue will be held Friday evening.
The burglary occurred in the Sunrise Ridge subdivision in Hilo.
The fifth round proved to be a hot bed for the fiftieth state this morning. Just nine picks after Campbell high school’s Ian Kahaloa was sel…
The wait of a lifetime ended with the call of a lifetime this morning for Campbell right handed pitcher Ian Kahaloa. With the 145th overall …
The cover was installed to prevent people from walking on the pipe.
The mission conducted on National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s ship Hi‘ialakai was two-fold.