It’s a fundraiser for Positive Coaching Alliance-Hawaii, in partnership with Boys & Girls Club of Hawaii.
Kama`aina Kids has designed a camping experience that comes right to your door, your school or your neighborhood park, that still has all th…
Inmates in the extended furlough program live and work outside of the facility but must check in at various times throughout the month.
Statewide, 649,350 were employed and 23,700 unemployed in August for a total seasonally adjusted labor force of 673,050.
Thousands also had their pick of 21 food booths and trucks, and 32 craft vendors.
Police believe that the driver may have suffered a medical condition prior to the crash.
The moped struck the raised curb on the west shoulder of the highway.
Reports were that a quonset hut was fully involved in flames.
KNWB’s morning show host DC reporting the latest from Hawaii Island.
Hanauma Bay will remain closed today. Officials are still worried about dangerous currents from Thursday’s tsunami waves. Honolulu police as…
No one has been able to use the Kailua District Park field at night for more than three years because after repairs were done, the lights we…
Welcome to Season 3, Episode 2 of Cover2: Hawaii High School Football Weekly.
Farrington makes its first appearance in the top five of the latest Cover2 and Geico Power Poll in Division I.
Four-time defending league champ Punahou will put its 15-game ILH winning streak on the line against 6th-ranked Kamehameha.
This week, the learned scholars from Kailua tackle the tough questions.
(T3) Kahuku vs. Leilehua, Campbell vs. Aiea, and St. Francis vs. (3-II) Damien.
The Mustangs running back, linebacker, and catcher on the baseball team was blinded in one eye in an accident.
Baldwin vs. King Kekaulike, (5-II) Konawaena vs. (10) Kealakehe, and Waipahu vs. (7) Waianae.
The junior running back reminds Cover2 analyst “Coach” Brian Te‘o of a former University of Hawaii standout.
The former Baldwin quarterback has a positive outlook on the remainder of the season and explains a bit about his second job in the broadcas…