The House Tourism committee holds a public hearing today on a bill that would allow a 20-year license for a stand-alone casino in Waikiki.
Renny Richmond of Seabury Hall and Danielle Jefferies of Maui Prep Academy claimed gold medals at Saturday’s finals of the Hawaii High School State Swimming & Diving Championships.
A Maui Marine, injured in Afghanistan returned to a surprise homecoming at Kahului Airport on Thursday. Marine Lance Cpl. Garrett “Kekoa” Dow was shot in the left shin during an ambush, while on active duty in the Musaquala village of Afghanistan.
Philadelphia Phillies center fielder Shane Victorino, nicknamed the “Flyin’ Hawaiian,” will be a guest star on the Monday, Feb. 20 episode of “Hawaii Five-0.”
Three Canadian visitors were rescued from West Maui waters yesterday when they became caught in a rip current at Napili Bay. The incident was reported at 10:34 a.m. on Wednesday, February 8.
Three people, including a 9 year-old boy, survived as a disabled sailboat sank 280 miles northeast of Hilo yesterday.
The Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii has issued an alert to its members regarding the upcoming hearing of a bill mandating employers of all sizes to provide minimum paid sick and safe leave.
The old dormitories at the University of Hawaii Maui College campus are being re-purposed for use as a teaching lab/hotel for the Hospitality Academy of Maui.
Crews responded to multiple boating incidents off Maui’s West shore today, the first of which involved a fire aboard a 60-foot trawler.
Shortly before noon today high winds knocked down a tree that brought down two electrical lines on Hana Highway near Kanaha Pond Sanctuary. Power was restored by 1:40 p.m.
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