A Maui man who intervened during a stabbing inside Foodland says he wishes he could’ve done more.
Jalen Rogers made numerous pass break-ups during seven-on-seven play to go with an interception.
Stephen Schmidt made his first court appearance Thursday on charges of murder and two counts of attempted murder.
Instead of going the full 20 miles to Ala Moana Center, at least one board member says officials should consider ending the route at Middle …
The boat was launched in 2011 as part of Navatek’s series of advanced, high-technology marine craft.
A jury trial is scheduled to begin in June.
Reggae band Natural Vibrations received a pleasant surprise while performing on Maui back in 2001.
After a unanimous vote, the former Congresswoman immediately stepped into her new role during Thursday meeting.
Ewa Beach native Kailin Curran is on the under-card of UFC on FOX 20 in Chicago, while Kapolei’s Louis Smolka takes part in UFC Fight Night …
Many “green” topics are brought up during Earth Week – things like moving to paperless to renewable energy initiatives are made possible thr…
Panda Express is expanding its better-for-you, feel-good options with their nationwide introduction of the Pacific Chili Shrimp.
The Hawaiian Telcom Tech Check question of the day is: What small steps do you take to be more eco-friendly?
Every Thursday, Dr. Kalani Brady from the John A. Burns School of Medicine answers your medical questions.
The Department of Transportation says the shoulder lane on H-1 Freeway in the westbound direction in the Pearl City area will be open to rel…
Prince left behind a treasure trove of music including “Little Red Corvette,” “Raspberry Beret” and “Kiss” to name just a few.
Crews are set to begin a new project on pensacola street. Starting tomorrow, 2 lanes will be closed between young street and Alohi Way from …
Prince was found dead at his home. He was 57.
Honolulu police have reopened the Likelike on-ramp to the H-3 Freeway in the westbound direction due to accident and vehicle on fire. The in…
Historical structures that date back to World War II have become so dangerous that the state is taking action.
Overall, there are 410 open positions, and officials have been on recruiting trips across the country to fill those spots.