Back in 2019, Kealohi Grace was a bright-eyed freshman on the latest in a long of powerhouse Kamehameha softball teams, just eager to lend a hand however she could.
Under the direction of college basketball referees Shelly Nakasone and Esther Hsu, the first Hawaii Officials Camp will be held from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, May 14, at Panaewa Gym.
The Japanese American Veterans Association is offering 16 scholarships totaling $26,500 in 2022. The scholarships will benefit a range of graduating high school seniors, undergraduate students, and post-graduate and professional education students.
Volcano Art Center is sending a call to artists requesting works of art which honor King Kamehameha the Great. Interested artists of all ages are asked to submit works of art online at https://volcanoartcenter.org/gallery/call-to-artists/ by Friday. Selected works of art will be displayed in a juried exhibit titled Honoring King Kamehameha at the Volcano Art Center from May 21-June 26.
HONOLULU — The state has agreed to settle a 23-year-old class action lawsuit over Hawaiian Home Lands for $328 million, Gov. David Ige announced earlier today.
KEALAKEKUA – A relaxed Konawaena squad is a dangerous team.
Police have charged a Kurtistown man with murder after a corpse was found badly burnt within a vehicle in Puna over the weekend.
Keilee Silva didn’t always score the goal for Waiakea girls soccer team, but she made goal-scoring easier.
KYIV, Ukraine — Russia’s top diplomat warned Ukraine against provoking World War III and said the threat of a nuclear conflict “should not be underestimated” as his country unleashed attacks against rail and fuel installations far from the front lines of Moscow’s new eastern offensive.
Police have arrested and charged a 77-year-old Kailua-Kona man with four counts of failure to comply with sex offender registration requirements.
A potential $300 tax rebate for most Hawaii taxpayers faces one final hurdle in the state Legislature.
A court document filed by prosecutors identifies a 39-year-old man critically injured in a motorcycle-pickup truck collision Thursday night as Joel Cabel.
Landlords and other property managers would be allowed to question the validity of assistance animals under a new bill passed by the state House and Senate on April 21. This would include therapy, comfort and other emotional support animals.
Students throughout Hawaii now have the chance to name one of two cameras headed to the moon.
Elon Musk reached an agreement to buy Twitter for roughly $44 billion on Monday, promising a more lenient touch to policing content on the social media platform where he — the world’s richest person — promotes his interests, attacks critics and opines on a wide range of issues to more than 83 million followers.
HOUSTON — A Texas appeals court on Monday delayed the execution of Melissa Lucio amid growing doubts about whether she fatally beat her 2-year-old daughter in a case that has garnered the support of lawmakers, celebrities and even some jurors who sentenced her to death.
BEIJING — Beijing will conduct mass testing of most of its 21 million people, authorities announced Monday, as a new COVID-19 outbreak sparked stockpiling of food by residents worried about the possibility of a Shanghai-style lockdown.