When Clyde Kawasaki heard a loud bang on his Cessna turboprop last week, he had precious few seconds to make a dangerous landing in rough water off Molokai's Kalaupapa Peninsula.
The University of Hawaii plans to retain Michele Carbone as head of its Cancer Center, despite calls for a leadership change by some faculty who say the director's poor management has tarnished the center's reputation and jeopardized its funding.
The malls are bursting with shoppers, the city's aglow with holiday lights, keiki are filled with laughter and their stockings are hanging with care. Yes, it's that time of year when the big man famous all over the globe makes his annual visit to the Hawaiian Islands.
A state lawmaker suing the state for legalizing same-sex marriages says a controversial sex education program being taught in some public schools is inappropriate because it promotes a "homosexual lifestyle as a positive or ‘pono' choice."
A mainland contractor won an auction and will pay $8.3 million to purchase a $700 million failed polysilicon plant in eastern Idaho developed by Honolulu-based Hoku Materials.
The University of Hawaii is looking "very seriously" at closing down the upper levels of Aloha Stadium for its football games in 2014, athletic director Ben Jay said Wednesday.
Kauai's corner of the Hawaii Golf Hall of Fame is growing. Guy Yamamoto will be the 68th person inducted at next month's Ho'olaulea, a golf celebration for all involved in the Hawaii game.