The Pharmacy Technician program at Hawaii Medical College will give you the tools to enter the healthcare industry as a professional
There are lots of ways to enhance your indoor and outdoor living space but if you want to do it right, head to Geobunga!
The weekend is almost here and Jordan Segundo has all the info on fun and spooky events around Hawaii this Halloween!
The Hawaiian Telcom Tech Check question of the day is: What Halloween prank have you played?
IRVINE, Calif. – After a 2014-15 run that ended in the Big West Tournament final, the University of Hawai’i Rainbow Warrior basketball team …
“We are going to move forward, we are going to unify,” Ryan told reporters
Hastert described why he lied to officials: “I didn’t want them to know how I intended to spend the money.”
Fields violated police regulations when he threw the girl, the sheriff said.
The West HI Association of Realtor’s 3rd annual Charity of Choice costume party and silent auction event, benefiting Child and Family Servic…
Question: I heard about something called Smart911. What is it and how does it work? Answer: Smart911 is a free service that allows register…
Firefighters are monitoring the site of a huge building fire in Mapunapuna to make sure it doesn’t flare up again. The cause of the fire sti…
Hawaii Island Police have closed a portion of Kalanianaole Avenue due to high tides and flooding. The incident was reported just after 4:30 …
Authorities found the car in Moanalua Wednesday afternoon.
The fire burned two warehouses full of building materials.
In the video, the worker claims he was supposed to be paid $37.50 an hour in cash without benefits.
Legislators say Gib Arnold’s contract was “poorly written,” and want to know what the university is doing to keep this from happening again.
Ocean safety found the 58-year-old man in the water and brought him to shore where he was pronounced dead.
Kalani and McNeill streets are affected.
High surf caused the boat to break its mooring and wash onto the rocks near Waipa Stream.
Toni Ann Floerke created and used false documents to steal more than $126,000 from apartment owners.