One media analyst said the bankruptcy was an “ominous development” for journalism.
A one-story single-family dwelling on Farrington Highway was involved.
Along with the music and other performances there was of course ono food, and other things to see.
This marks the fourth time this National Guard unit has been deployed.
The annual tradition honors Hawaii’s first king.
The man followed her after she got off the bus in Chinatown.
It’s an escalating stalemate as rideshares like Uber get booked despite state rules that only permitted drivers should get the business.
“The time to mourn is now, but when that time is over, when that time is right, we will be back in the skies of this great nation.”
“A dangerous drug” was also found on the suspect’s person during a search.
The 17-year-old male fell some 30 feet.
Officials say they would rather work with the violator and come up with a resolution rather than battle it out in court.
The spill was due to a power failure.
An estimated 100,000 people held signs and chanted “Ali! Ali!” as a hearse carrying his casket made its way to Louisville’s Cave Hill Cemete…
The house is considered a total loss and damage estimates are at least $500,000.
Initial examination of the wreckage revealed that the forward portion of the fuselage was damaged.
Trini challenges Miss Hawaii USA, Chelsea Hardin, to a game of “Face the Cookie.”
Dr. John Olkowski provides info on the many treatments provided at EyeSight Hawaii.
Mel Puu, with HGEA tells us about the training that goes into the job and how HGEA is there to support them.
Father’s Day is just around the corner. If you need a gift idea, Island Slipper has you covered!
This Sunday, Chef Sam Choy heads to Trini’s home!