Are you in the mood for a little blues and a whole lot of barbecue on the beach!?! It’s happening this weekend! This morning on Wake Up 2day…
The Aikau family confirms the man was Gerald Aikau, and that he killed his 7-year-old son, Reef.
If Harrison chooses to sign with the Brewers and forgo his senior season at Oregon State, he will become the fourth Hawaii high school gradu…
The workshops are free and are facilitated by Kumu Hinaleimoana Wong-Kalu in collaboration with kumu from across the island.
In 2005, Durant transferred to Montrose Christian School, where he won the Iolani Classic Most Outstanding Player Award for the then top-ran…
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — As a fresh NBA champions cap sat a tad off-kilter on his head, Kevin Durant embraced mother Wanda. Then he moved acro…
It happened Monday afternoon at Hoy Tin Kitchen in broad daylight.
The auction is online and all vehicles come as they are. In some cases, they’re pretty banged up.
Jaylin Kema offered a tearful apology in court and tried to reach out to her family, none of whom showed up during the hearing.
Titan Lacaden has been obsessed with football ever since he was a “little” boy.
Waialae Bowl closed in 2008, but was basically left untouched.
Seven people were chosen as living treasures for their depth of knowledge in Native Hawaiian culture and practices.
Granting wishes to kids with life-threatening medical conditions gives them more than an amazing experience. A wish come true has the power …
John Veneri has been a part of the show from the very beginning, both in front of and behind the camera.
Father’s Day is almost here and we have gift ideas from our resident geeks Francine and PJ. They give us their top “tech” picks for Dad.
18/8 is a new concept in barbershops now open at SALT in Kaka’ako. They offer Classic and Executive haircut service as well as a whole line …
Authorities say Jones owns or co-owns 13 massage parlors from Naples to Tallahassee.
Many homes have alarm systems, and that is an opportunity for someone to take advantage of you.
Budding young chefs in a nationally recognized culinary arts program say they’re game for competing with the best that Waikiki has to offer.
Sonny and Rose Aquino say they’re grateful to be alive, and are asking drivers to slow down before tragedy strikes another family.