A flowing lake of 2,100-degree lava continued to bear down a path headed for Pahoa town Thursday as schoolchildren went home with notices, businesses braced for the worst and Hawaii island's utility company made plans to keep power running.
Honolulu Police Chief Louis Kealoha on Thursday defended his handling of a high-profile domestic abuse case involving an officer while a group of female lawmakers condemned his department for what they described as a pattern of botching such cases.
The Hawaii Tourism Authority spent $480,000 to bring the Japanese boy band Arashi to Hawaii for two concerts at the Ko Olina Resort in West Oahu on Friday and Saturday -- the group's first performances outside of Asia.
In the last month I've written about Aina Haina, the shopping center and the Ranch House. This week I thought I'd write about what was, at one time, called the Village Green.
It's about more than wearing a volleyball uniform for a few years. To be a Rainbow Wahine is to wear a proud tradition for life. Ali Longo is looking forward to her initiation into that circle Saturday.
Country star Miranda Lambert, who’s now come out on top of 10 years as a country-music star, describes her fifth album “Platinum” (RCA Nashville) as transitional. Lambert headlines a show at the Blaisdell Arena Saturday that continues months of touring.
Jenai Wall is a leading Hawaii business executive who believes in supporting the communities that support her famiy's businesses. It's a tradition started by her father, Maurice "Sully" Sullivan, who started the Foodland supermarket chain in 1948, opening its first store at Market City in Kaimuki.
The Warriors were set to stay overnight in Los Angeles, then travel Friday to Boulder, Colo., ahead of Saturday's game against Colorado.