The Kamehameha Schools Children’s Chorus, organized in 1988 by KS music teacher Suzanne Kaupu Soon, recently put out a new CD
Birds Rock! will offer a magic show, puppet show, bird-related arts and crafts, presentations about Hawaii’s birds, face painting, and an up…
President Obama said they’ll stick around Washington for a couple of years after he leaves office in January so daughter Sasha can finish hi…
A caller claiming to be from the courts asserts that an individual’s driver’s license has been suspended due to unpaid traffic citations.
A man in his 30s was seen pulling into a wave but then got caught in the impact zone.
The victim was a 66-year-old man from Redmond, Washington.
Even if the knife is linked to Simpson, legal experts say he couldn’t be criminally charged again because of the double jeopardy rule.
Police officers and extra security will be at castle high school in Kaneohe on Friday after a threat was made. School officials say they’re …
Puma Punku Ocean Clean Up Inc. is doing another cleanup at the Ala Wai small boat harbor. It will be the organization’s 4th cleanup, and the…
A family vacation to Maui turned bittersweet for a Canadian man after he lost his wedding ring during a trip to the beach.
The pothole is on Haumea Street right in front of the bus stop.
There’s a push to create a new state agency that would be responsible for attracting major sporting and entertainment events.
The Hawaii Republican caucus is Tuesday, March 8, followed by the Democratic preference poll two weeks later on Saturday, March 26.
How can residents protect themselves and how can we prevent our beaches from disappearing?
With the Legislature’s crossover deadline one week away, the House passed a numbers of bills Thursday and sent them to the Senate for consid…
UH earns the number-one seed in next week’s Big West Conference championship tournament.
There will be no change to the school schedule.
Investigation revealed that the fire was deliberately set by a man wearing board shorts and a hoodie.
The bill would give companies that qualify a discount of $600,000 a year to use city disposal facilities.
Puʻu ʻŌʻō has been erupting continuously since January 3, 1983.