The union for Hawaii public school teachers is heading back to the bargaining table with the state to negotiate for increased compensation, exercising a so-called reopener clause in teachers' 2013-2017 labor contract.
Florence Puana, the grandmother of Police Chief Louis Kealoha's wife, testified in state court Friday that she was devastated when a reverse mortgage on her home handled by her granddaughter had not been paid off as promised.
A friendly bet between a high school coach and a wrestler has led to a suspension and a police investigation.
American Savings Bank is taking care of old business and preparing for the future as it looks forward to becoming a stand-alone financial institution for the first time in 27 years.
A trip to the library used to mean borrowing books or DVDs to take home. But kids today are just as likely to flip through a story electronically as the pages of a physical book.
The University of Hawaii is on the clock with 90 days to contest or accept Friday's Notice of Allegations, in which the NCAA alleges multiple high-level violations by the Rainbow Warriors basketball program.
It's about time. Not so much that it has taken this long for Hawaii to finally recognize an arena-sport athlete, which will happen when the first retired jersey is hung in the Stan Sheriff Center on Saturday evening.