UH to link Shidler, TIM
University of Hawaii leaders will recombine the School of Travel Industry Management with the Shidler College of Business, a move that they say will open new opportunities for faculty and students.
Gabbard forges ahead despite not qualifying for debate
Hawaii Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard is forging ahead with her campaign for president despite missing the cut for the third Democratic primary debate.
Kapolei’s second affordable housing tower to rise
Its not done yet, but the tallest building in Kapolei is slated to soon connect with a sister tower providing homes for Hawaii residents with low incomes.
Arizona Memorial to reopen Sunday
For the first time in 15 months, visitors to the USS Arizona Memorial on Sunday will be able to step foot on the iconic memorial to the bitter loss and valiant defense of Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941.
Driver accused in fatality says she passed out after impact
The driver accused of killing a pedestrian in a hit-and-run crash in Nanakuli in 2016 told a state jury Wednesday that she blacked out after something fell on her windshield.
Ex-IBEW union boss and family plead not guilty
Ex-union boss Brian Ahakuelo, and his wife and sister-in-law also union employees pleaded not guilty in federal court to a 70-count indictment of criminal conspiracy and wire fraud for using union money for personal expenses, rigging a vote to increase union dues, embezzlement and money laundering.
Case bill would tighten limits on tour flights
During last years heightened eruption at Kilauea Volcano, thousands of tourists flew over Hawaii Volcanoes National Park to see flowing lava.
Hawaiian flight attendants hold third airport protest
Hawaiian Airlines flight attendants held a major labor demonstration on Wednesday at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport over protracted negotiations for a new contract.
DOH shutters rat-infested Maui market
Hawaii Department of Health officials have closed down Paradise Supermart Fast Food &Catering in Kahului, Maui, due to a rat infestation.
Hawaii Foodbank receives $25K donation
Hawaii Foodbank has received a $25,000 donation from Sysco Hawaii, which was formerly known as HFM FoodService.
Expect more humidity and high temperatures, weather officials say
As August winds to an end, the last few days are expected to be hot and humid, similar to much of the rest of the month in Hawaii.
‘Sentry Aloha’ training has skies buzzing
Four F-22 Raptor fighters roared off the reef runway at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport Wednesday morning, tracing a near vertical path skyward that quickly took them to 16,000 feet before heading over Oahu for training north of the island.
Kokua Line: Newscaster still with KITV, but no longer as co-anchor
Q uestion : Were curious where Robert Kekaula went after his fellow anchor newscaster Paula Akana left for her new job. We dont see him anymore on the KITV newscast. Where did he go?
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