Hawaii County Mayor Billy Kenoi earned the “Iron-Mayor” moniker after his legendary finish at the IRONMAN World Championship in October, crossing the finish line just before midnight and providing one of the top moments in the history of the event.
HONOLULU — Hawaii legislators will consider a bill that would ban sex trafficking and treat people who are forced into prostitution as victims instead of criminals.
A man was transported to North Hawaii Community Hospital in critical condition after suffering an apparent medical condition while competing in the Lavaman Waikoloa Triathlon on Sunday morning.
No tsunami was triggered by a magnitude-7.6 earthquake that occurred Sunday in the New Ireland region of Papua New Guinea.
JEAN, Nev. — The two people killed after a hang glider crashed to the ground near Las Vegas have been identified.
Hilo resident Kip Cline is no stranger to adventure. This is a guy who, spontaneously and without training, tackled both Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa on a bicycle.
Daughters of Hawaii on Saturday honored Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole during its annual Day at Hulihe‘e Palace.
WAIKOLOA — Keiki splished and splashed, then dipped and dashed around the Hilton Waikoloa Village lagoon at the Lavakids Aquathlon on Saturday afternoon.
Despite strict rules against using county-issued credit cards for personal purposes, and a prohibition against purchasing alcohol with them, Mayor Billy Kenoi charged $892 on his county card at a Honolulu hostess bar one December day in 2013.
The 29th Annual Magic Spectacular played to a sold out matinee Saturday afternoon and an evening performance at the Aloha Theatre in Kainaliu. Keiki and adults were dazzled by local magicians and familiar faces like “The Great Barusky” and “Arneleo The Great” as well as the headliner, former “World Teen Champion of Magic” Sterling Dietz who was born and raised in Whatcom County Washington and now relocated his full theatre show to Los Cabos, Mexico. Proceeds from the two shows benefitted SKEA, the Society for Kona’s Education &Art.
Police officers equipped with radar guns appear to have put a dent in speeding on Laaloa Avenue — at least for now.