In today’s Savvy Shopper, we’re taking you to Pearlridge Center for travel-friendly fashions and anti-theft bags and accessories.
The Hawaiian Telcom Tech Check question of the day is: What is your favorite local spot?
Every Thursday, Dr. Kalani Brady from the John A. Burns School of Medicine answers your viewer questions.
The 3-day Made in Hawaii is Hawaii’s premier showcase of locally crafted, manufactured and grown products, and an opportunity to support loc…
Devon Shane Keser was arrested at Tripler Army Medical Center.
The United States Navy’s annual humanitarian mission to the Pacific is wrapping up.
Large surf is expected along reefs and shorelines through Wednesday.
Pomai from KWXX 94.7 in Hilo and 101.5 in Kona reporting what’s happening on Hawaii Island.
Police have reopened all lanes on King Street following an accident. The accident was reported just before 7:30 a.m. Thursday. Police closed…
Police closed the Ka Uka Boulevard off-ramp and on-ramp of the H-2 Freeway in the northbound direction while two large industrial town truck…
Crews responded to a report of a possible gas leak on Ward Avenue. The incident was reported at about 5:15 a.m. Thursday near Straub Clinic.…
All Kailua-bound lanes of the Pali Highway will be closed Thursday night between Nuuanu Pali Drive and the Pali Tunnels. This starts at 10 p…
It’s an optional and free system that allows you to make safety profiles for first responders.
The county says it met the requirements and got all the permits to demolish and rebuild the resort.
University of Hawai’i Rainbow Warrior baseball’s incoming infielder Josh Rojas was named to the Perfect Game Summer Collegiate All-America T…
Protesters were seated on the roadway in attempts to block the convoy from passing, officials said.
As public school student bodies continue to grow, a qualified-teacher shortage also continues to plague the system.
As Kaka‘ako’s projects are developed, the economic impact could be huge.
Planners anticipate the area can accommodate another 30,000 to 40,000 more people in the future.
Landowner Kamehameha Schools says change can be done without losing sight of legacy and responsibility.