Hawaii seeks local beef vendor for Oahu, Big Island schools

The Hawaii Department of Education is looking for a vendor to provide beef to schools as it continues efforts to locally source food for student lunches.

Authorities respond to crash in Waikiki involving man in wheelchair

‘White people are the best’: Columbia student’s racist tirade captured on video

Trump threatens to have military build border wall before meeting with Democrats

Search intensifies for woman who disappeared in Colorado on Thanksgiving

Football player, 16, accused of fatally stabbing classmate pregnant with his baby

City charter has process to impeach city prosecutor as pressure grows for Kaneshiro to step aside

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  She struggled to find an eco-friendly casket for a loved one. So she launched a business to make them herself

‘The ocean is in peril’: Athlete attempts trans-Pacific swim to bring attention to plastics pollution

Molokai activists warn they’ll protest if Navy goes through with military exercises offshore

After years of planning and prep, church opens igloos-shaped shelters to the homeless

City prosecutor shows no signs of stepping aside after getting formal notice that he’s a target of federal probe

Hawaii’s favorite weatherman to make a cameo in upcoming Magnum P.I. episode

Hawaii just purposely imported 4 brown tree snakes. Here’s why

Brown tree snakes invaded Guam and nearly wiped out the island's bird species

Deaf Santa gives children a chance to say what they want for Christmas in American Sign Language

The annual event is coming up this week at Pearlridge Center.

Southwest says it’s ‘close’ to clearing key hurdle needed to launch Hawaii service

Southwest is known for its low operating costs, and competes by passing on those cost savings to passengers.

City announces weeks-long, partial closure of another urban park

The extended closure is the latest of a city park.

As sea levels rise, short-term fixes along Hawaii beaches might hasten erosion, study says

After nearly 18 hours, 88-year-old man finishes Honolulu Marathon

Where are Hawaii’s priciest neighborhoods? The answer shouldn’t surprise you

PHOTOS: Thousands of runners cross the Honolulu Marathon finish line, despite gusty winds

An illegal dump site the length of 13 football fields is ticking off Waianae residents

Trump’s troubled White House in search of new chief of staff

Physicians turned musicians perform Christmas classics at Kaiser clinic

The group is called the "Medical Notes" and features eight musicians.

3 carnival workers charged in killings of Kansas couple

The Kansas Attorney General says 52-year-old Kimberly Younger, of McIntosh, Florida; 54-year-old Michael Fowler Jr., of Sarasota, Florida; and 35-year-old Rusty Frasier, of Aransas Pass, Texas, are jailed on $1 million bond in Arkansas while awaiting extradition to Kansas.

Search continues for suspect in weekend shooting at Nuuanu cemetery

No arrests have been made.

Hilo on pace to mark second or third wettest year on record, NWS reports

Hilo is on pace to have its second or third wettest year by the end of December.

Honolulu firefighters extinguish 2-alarm fire at abandoned home in Kalihi

Fire officials say squatters are known to frequent the structure.

House fire kills 5 children, injures mother in OH

Youngstown Fire Capt. Kurt Wright says the first floor of the house was engulfed in flames when firefighters arrived around 11:30 p.m. Sunday. Wright says three children were ages 9, 3 and 2 and the other two were 1-year-old twins.

Former Miss Kentucky allegedly sent topless photos to 15-year-old student

The boy’s parents found the photo of the teacher on his phone and reported it to authorities, police said. She had been his teacher when he was in middle school.

Presidential hopefuls pushed to go big on climate change

Hundreds of young demonstrators are planning to turn out Monday on Capitol Hill to push Democrats on a package of ambitious environmental goals — including a nationwide transition to 100 percent power from renewable sources within as little as 10 years — that's collectively dubbed the Green New Deal

Crews to begin extensive repaving project on Kapolei Parkway

The project is expected to take up to 45 days.

Alicia’s Market to reopen temporary location months after fire

The full menu won’t be available, but Alicia’s Poke Express will be dishing out poke and roast beef.

Billabong Pipe Masters on hold pending better ocean conditions

A large swell peaked Sunday producing dangerous and choppy surf.

Hold on to your hat, a wind advisory is posted for parts of the state

It could be a blustery start to the work week for some residents across the state.

Runner logs second fastest race time ever in annual Honolulu Marathon

“When I see the finish line, I say ‘Wow, thank God. I reach the finish line.’”

45-story condominium in Honolulu’s urban core to welcome new homeowners

Sixty percent of the units are affordable housing units, with a starting price of $272,000.

Strong winds shatter glass doors at Manoa Starbucks

The coffeehouse is still open to customers.

99-year-old Pearl Harbor veteran dances along as keiki sing to honor him, fellow vets

The vets were honored with wooden plaques made from the original deck of the USS Missouri.

Rock legends Guns N' Roses thrill fans in first Hawaii performance

This the first time the band will perform in Hawaii, as a part of its Not in This Lifetime Tour.

‘They were like brothers’: Boy, 12, raises money for best friend’s headstone

The 12-year-old raised money through donations and odd jobs until he had enough to pay for his friend’s headstone.

Kyler Murray wins Heisman Trophy; Tagovailoa finishes in 2nd place

While Tagovailoa didn’t win the Heisman, he did win the Maxwell and Walter Camp Awards earlier this week.

City urges vigilance, patience ahead of this year’s Honolulu Marathon

Ready or not, the Honolulu Marathon is set for Sunday.

Kapolei City Lights celebration delights crowds with tree lighting, parade and games

Kapolei Hale's holiday lighting ceremony will be this Satuday, Dec. 8.

Blood Bank seeks donors to give the ‘gift of life’ during holiday season

There are more than 50 blood drives across the state this month.

Local businessman donates 75 Christmas trees for families in need

Families made holiday crafts and took home their perfect tree.

His Heisman campaign may be over, but Tagovailoa’s football season is not

Heisman or no Heisman, there were some positives on Saturday night for Tua Tagovailoa.

PHOTOS: Fans flock to Aloha Stadium to rock out at Eagles concert

Concertgoers rocked out despite the rainy weather.

Runners warm up for Honolulu Marathon with Kalakaua Merrie Mile

More than 1,700 runners competed in the quick race.

By-the-numbers: How Heisman voters chose Kyler Murray over Tua

Despite winning multiple collegiate player-of-the-year awards, Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa’s Heisman campaign turned out to be less competitive than his Hawaii fans had hoped.

No nerves ahead of Heisman ceremony, Tagovailoa says

Like he was in the pocket for most of Alabama’s football season, quarterback Tua Tagovailoa says he’s calm and collected before the Heisman Trophy presentation.

High surf warning, advisories issued for yet another big north-northwest swell

The swell's direction could also impact east-facing shores.

Tagovailoa: Heisman would be ‘a legacy thing’ for family and Hawaii

If and when Tua Tagovailoa officially gets his hands on the Heisman Trophy on Saturday afternoon, he knows the honor won’t be just his.

Trump confirms John Kelly leaving White House at end of year

Pres. Donald Trump said Chief of Staff John Kelly is on his way out.

MPD warns of phone scam where officers are being impersonated

Police say, the fraudulent caller tells the person they are calling that they have outstanding warrants and need to go and pay at the Sheriff’s office.

Wind advisory posted for Lanai, Kahoolawe, parts of Maui and Big Island

Gusty northeast trade winds are expected through at least Sunday.

Don’t believe the scammers: HECO doesn’t want you to pay in Bitcoin

Crooks are now using the electronic currency, Bitcoin, to rip people off.

Smoky Ala Moana Center blaze ruins nearly $6M in high-end goods

The store, on the second floor at Ala Moana, is closed until further notice.

H-1 westbound lanes reopen after car strikes median, flips over near Fort Shafter

HPD is on scene.

Hawaii National Park takes steps to protect endangered nene birds

More than 200 birds live in the park.

In marking anniversary of Pearl Harbor attack, a pledge to survivors: ‘We’ll continue to tell your story'

“Your unconquerable spirits will live forever.”

Hawaii Coast Guard crews assist investigation into massive boat fire in Samoa

The vessel burned for several hours before sinking.

Census: In just 1 Hawaii community, median home values top $2M

The new Census figures looked at a range of neighborhood characteristics.

Owner whose vessel ran aground off Waikiki and stayed there for months slapped with big fine

“More than anything it’s destroyed an area, it’s changed the demographics really of the area."

Police arrest Kealakehe High School student for harassment following lockdown

No injuries were reported.

560 nautical miles and counting: Hikianalia to return home next week

The crew is returning from its Alahula Kai o Maleka Hikianalia California Voyage.

Heart-healthy options sought for new holiday food drive

The Hawaii Food Bank and The American Heart Association want to help those in need be healthy.

If you’re stuck in North Shore traffic on Friday, you can (probably) blame Godzilla

Drivers are being urged to allow for extra travel time.

Report: Rising insurance costs are biting into salaries for Hawaii’s middle-class families

Single worker coverage averages $675 in Hawaii, the lowest rate in the nation.

The story of the attack on Pearl Harbor ... told by photos taken on that infamous day

It started at 7:55 a.m. on Dec. 7, 1941, and continued for two hours and 20 minutes.

Mueller: Manafort lied about contacts with Trump administration, Russians

The plea agreement will remain under seal until a later date.

'Unequal treatment’: Athletes file class action over lack of girls’ facilities, opportunities at Hawaii schools

“Simply because of their gender ... plaintiffs experience grossly unequal treatment, benefits and opportunities in relation to male athletes.”

Man who plowed into Charlottesville crowd found guilty of first degree murder

The final witness was not in court late Thursday morning, however, causing a delay in the trial and an extended lunch break.

From SNL to The Tonight Show, Momoa riding “Aquaman” promotional wave

In a preview skit posted online takes a whack at being an NBC page in a new promo from the NBC sketch show.

Months after lava swallowed Pohoiki, hundreds flock to reopening of Isaac Hale Beach Park

"It’s still beautiful... but it’s changed. It will be forever changed."

Teachers cut high school students’ hair in separate incidents: one fired, one arrested

In two incidents, teachers have taken scissors to their students' hair. While a teacher in California is facing charges, no charges have yet been filed against another teacher in New Mexico.

Two groups from Hawaii nominated for 2019 Grammy award

Two groups from Hawaii are nominated for the 61st annual Grammy Awards.

Holloway makes weight, will fight Ortega at UFC 231

The main event of Saturday’s UFC 231 is officially on.

4 officers plead not guilty to allegedly beating undercover officer in MO

Prosecutors said the victim was working undercover when the officers beat him thinking he was a protester in 2007.The suspects left behind a trail of incriminating text messages.

LATEST: Trump to nominate William Barr for attorney general

President Donald Trump said Friday he will nominate William Barr, the former attorney general under President George H.W. Bush, for his next attorney general.

White House chief of staff Kelly to resign soon, reports say

John Kelly took over as chief of staff on July 31, 2017, with a mandate to instill order and professionalism in a largely inexperienced White House staff beset by disorganization in the early days of the Trump presidency.