Legendary Hawaiian musician Cyril Pahinui dies at 68

He earned three Grammy awards and 19 Na Hoku Hanohano awards.


Ko Olina outreach effort serves 4,000 people a traditional Thanksgiving meal
Around 100 employees from the resort partnered up with members of West Oahu congregations to assemble and serve the meals to those in need.
Trump tours California community devastated by fire, death toll rises to 76
President Donald Trump heads to Northern California to visit the site of the deadliest U.S. wildfire in a century as confusion reigns over how many are missing in the tragedy.
State Senate announces committee chairs, leadership roles
State Senate President Ronald. D. Kouchi announced the committee chairs for the upcoming legislative session.

  A decade after it started, Kawaiahao Church halts controversial construction project

After a decade of controversy, Kawaiahao Church has decided to stop plans to build a multi-purpose center on its property. The turmoil over the massive pit next to Kawaiahao Church has had a painful history with 600 iwi unearthed and 44 bone fragments exposed during recent erosion. A project to bu

Against the odds, Waianae homeless camp is working to raise a stunning $1.5M for their new, permanent home

“We’re trying to do this solely on our own, without government help."
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Man arrested after allegedly offering to pay family for sex with son

Police say the suspect admitted to the incident and told officers he was under the influence of drugs at the time.

Pope prays for those stricken by California wildfires

Pope Francis has prayed for the dead and injured in California's wildfires and also for victims of U.S. East Coast's freeze


Social media reacts to Rainbow Warriors 35-28 comeback win over UNLV

Saturday night’s game between Hawaii vs. UNLV had a little bit of everything.

Tagovailoa’s near-perfect day guides Alabama past The Citadel, 50-17

After an unsettling start for Crimson Tide fans, Alabama overcame a slow first half to take down The Citadel Bulldogs earlier this morning in Tuscaloosa, 50-17.