Hoa Team | Our Story
By: Chaz Mihara
Hawaiʻi high schools’ graduation rates are on the rise. The state is close to hitting their target goal for 2020.
By: Ronnie Allen Campman
ABS-CBN, The Philippines’ largest media group, is about to be shut down after complaints were filed by the Duterte administration.
By: Megan Lucas
The University of Hawaiʻi football program formally introduced Todd Graham as the University of Hawaiʻi’s 24th Head Coach.
By: Nick Ochs
As of now, the partially complete light rail in Honolulu is budgeted at over 9 billion, up from original estimates of 3 billion.
Every Wednesday, Waimea Valley Hiʻipaka LLC drops its admission fee for kids. It's called Kamaʻaina Keiki day.
Second Amendment supporters made their voices heard at the Rally for the 2nd Amendment and Public Safety.
By: Kirsten Sibley
Forty students connected with the public to walk for the High Water Line cause in Ward village two weeks ago to raise awareness of changing oceans tide.
By: Geveva Diaz
Over 2,000 bills were introduced this Legislative session and more than 525 of those bills were UH related.
By: Geneva Diaz
The City & County of Honolulu announced their intent to file suit against the fossil fuel industry Nov. 5 for deceiving people about the known dangers of climate change.
Hawaiʻi sees less rainfall in 2019. However when it does rain, it is much more massive. Rain comes in stretches.
By: Kirsten Sibley
City officials remain quiet in the heat of the Kailua sinkhole repairs' progress, which frustrates the residents of Keolu Hills.
By: Keila Lee
Hiking isn't just about seeing nature's beauty, it's about staying safe while you're out there.
There are only about 1,400 Hawaiian monk seals left in the world according to a 2017-2018 study.
Four simultaneous brown water advisories have been declared statewide in Hawaiʻi. Three islands are affected: Kauai, Oʻahu and Hawaiʻi Island.
There was around two and a half percent drop from 2017 to 2018 from people killed in a car crash.