The University of Hawaii will be examining dumped chemical weapons in deep water off the south coast of Oahu for the last time to see what effects they have on seawater, marine life and sediment.
Federal auto safety regulators are warning the owners of certain vehicle models with defective air bags, particularly in humid areas such as Hawaii, to "act immediately" to get them fixed.
Tabitha Fernandez was sick and tired of being overweight and feeling sluggish. So when her employer, ALTRES Staffing, started a free corporate wellness program that involved working out while at work, she jumped at the opportunity to make a change.
Walt Disney Studios will turn to the world of ancient Polynesian navigators for its next animated feature. The story takes place in Oceania where Moana — "a spirited teenager on an impossible mission to fulfill her ancestors' quest" — sets sail for a fabled island.
At dawn several times a week, retired attorney David Larsen walks along the Waikiki shoreline to get exercise. He walks from Kaimana Beach past the Natatorium, all the way to the shore fronting the Duke Kahanamoku statue and back, greeting others with a "good morning" along the way.
Healthy quarterbacks, running backs and inside linebackers aren't the only people the University of Hawaii football team is running out of these days. Paying customers are also in critically short supply.
Pearl City junior Chelsi Morishige — all 5 feet, 110 pounds of her — was happily flitting about, greeting many friends and teammates on Thursday. She had just won the individual OIA bowling championship at Schofield.