In the first-ever sand volleyball match played at the Clarence T.C. Ching Athletics Complex, the top-ranked University of Hawai’i sand volle…
The work will include resurfacing and the installation of new LED lighting, as well as guardrails, signs, pavement markings and raising the …
The Waipahu native has a one-year contract extension and the opportunity to extend his Major League tenure to a decade.
So far in 2015, five people died in car accidents, three of whom were not wearing seat belts.
City officials are looking at what improvements can be made as the King Street protected cycle track becomes increasingly popular.
The call came in from a home on Wolsey Place.
The University of Hawai’i football program will hold its annual Pro Day for draft eligible players Thursday, March 19 at the San Diego State…
The University of Hawai’i Rainbow Warrior baseball squad (7-13) is back at Les Murakami Stadium to wrap up an eight-game home stand with the…
According to Emergency Medical Services, the boy was with a group of friends and may have been playing or trying to cross the stream when he…
Funnel clouds typically form in the afternoon when wind is light and there’s a lot of heat.
The free program, set to debut in May, is dubbed Plenti.
Sarah Okada Sato was a student at McKinley High School, but her schooling was interrupted when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941.
According to Emergency Medical Services, a 53-year-old man was apparently stabbed in his upper body.
The visitor from Kansas had been snorkeling with family when a shark bit him on the arm.
The entrance fees will be effective starting April 15.
Officials say an early morning siren sounding at Kahe Point last Wednesday was related to an act of vandalism.
Tickets for the second show on Friday, June 12, go on sale Saturday.
The governor expressed his disappointment and explained his motive: “I did not want to put Carleton and his family through a floor vote.”
Significant changes to the use of video replay will be proposed by the NFL’s competition committee at next week’s owners meetings.
The Hawaiian Telcom Tech Check question of the day is: If you could live anywhere, where would it be?