NEW YORK — A New York City Uber driver is boasting that he drove through 240 green traffic lights before hitting a red light.
On the surface, Secretary of State John Kerry’s speech on Wednesday about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict was an act of liberation. With three weeks left in office he is finally telling it like it is. Israel’s current government is “driven by
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — It’s never easy to replace an icon.
LAS VEGAS — Ronda Rousey climbed on the scale and glared into the distance while the crowd roared. Moments later, she directed that withering gaze at UFC bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes, who stared right back.
KAILUA-KONA — After a rare stumble at Hawaii Prep earlier this month, Kealakehe has started to find familiar form to surge into the new year.
As we approach the final days of the 2016, now is a perfect time to reflect upon a year filled with many great sports stories, memories and outstanding performances.
HILO — The Big Island could soon be home to the world’s biggest taro.
HONOLULU — The United States struck back Thursday at Russia for hacking the U.S. presidential campaign with a sweeping set of punishments targeting Russia’s spy agencies and diplomats. The U.S. said Russia must bear costs for its actions, but Moscow
KAILUA-KONA — Bristol Thompson’s life revolved around children, both her own and those she cared for as a professional.
NEW YORK — The turbulent U.S. election, featuring Donald Trump’s unexpected victory over Hillary Clinton in the presidential race, was the overwhelming pick for the top news story of 2016, according to The Associated Press’ annual poll of U.S. editors
HILO — Legacy Hilo Rehabilitation & Nursing Center will lose its Medicare certification in March if it does not fix problems found during recent inspections.
HONOLULU — A 19-year-old college student accused of killing seabirds at a Hawaii nature reserve pleaded not guilty Tuesday to animal cruelty.
HONOLULU (AP) — State officials are seeking to dismiss a lawsuit filed by Hawaii Republican Rep. Bob McDermott, who is calling on the state to improve what he calls “intolerable” conditions at an Oahu high school.