We’re giving away a pair of tickets to her Honolulu concert in June.
Also we will learn how the money skills a Waipahu High School student learned in school and at her job helped her family to start a small bu…
We want to wish Happy Birthday this morning to Jean Watai. She will be turning 90 years old this month. She lives in Kaimuki and has a very …
Dr. Jill Inouye, primary care sports medicine physician at The Queen’s Center for Sports Medicine, at The Queen’s Medical Center, advises pe…
Financial analyst Randy Havre will give us an update on the hundreds of millions of taxes owned by Expedia, Travelocity, Orbitz after the Ha…
It’s never too early to start work with your puppy and support positive training.
Author and educator Brendan Burns talks about his new book “An Aura of Greatness,” written about his grandfather Gov. John A. Burns.
It’s National Puppy Day, and the Hawaiian Humane Society encourages you to adopt a dog! Shelters have all types of dogs, “pure” and “poi”, y…
Low- and middle-income families are expected to pay higher effective tax rates than the rich.
Construction on the signal, at the intersection of Waipahu and Honowai streets, began late last year and cost approximately $400,000.
Kimberly Kimiko Takata, a 2007 Punahou graduate, was crowned queen by an esteemed panel of judges Sunday evening.
The UH Rainbow Wahine sand volleyball team closed a busy week of action with a pair of dual match wins.
The pitcher made just his third start of the year and extended his string of scoreless innings to 11.
Some drivers experienced a traffic nightmare along Kamehameha Highway through Pearl City Sunday afternoon.
HFD says the building is federal property and the damage is estimated at $100,000.
Landowners are threatening further action if references to the Kamehame Ridge trail aren’t taken down.
If you have any questions about your taxes, Action Line is here to help.