KEALAKEKUA BAY A 26-year-old woman bitten in an apparent shark attack this morning at Kealakekua Bay is now listed in stable condition.
LIHUE A Hawaii stream is coming back to life with help from a watershed restoration project, officials said.
WAILUKU, Maui A clothing entrepreneur is set to become the first fashion designer to represent a Hawaiian collection in London, a report said.
PAHOA – The blocking sled arrived at Pahoas football practice field the other week, and its fit for five players, not just two.
Cross off another milestone for Clemson, college footballs newest superpower.
HONOLULU Former airline and tourism executive David H. Uchiyama has been named the first chief operating officer of the Honolulu rail authority.
HILO North Hawaii Sen. Lorraine Inouye urged Gov. David Ige in a letter to uphold the law and move forward with the Thirty Meter Telescope project despite the current standoff on Maunakea Access Road.
After a decade, the esteemed Little Miss Kona Coffee Scholarship program is set to reemerge for the 49th Annual Kona Coffee Cultural Festival. Michelle Sakata Johnson, Miss Kona Coffee Queen in 1977, spearheaded this project after she was asked to join the KCCF Board of Directors.
During a December 2015 debate among Republican presidential candidates in Las Vegas, former Florida governor Jeb Bush said to Donald Trump: You cant insult your way to the presidency.
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HONOLULU A Marine stationed in Hawaii has waived a military hearing scheduled for this week for allegations he tried to enter an Air Force base while off-duty and heavily armed in his home state of Nebraska.
DENVER From a tiny Pacific island to a leafy Indiana forest, a handful of sites where the United States manufactured and tested some of the most lethal weapons known to humankind are now peaceful havens for wildlife.
HONOLULU A report with erroneous data has been corrected to show student suspensions in Hawaii were not the nations worst, officials said.