Have you ever experienced jelly legs from too much time in the water? French swimmer, Benoit “Ben” Lecomte, is feeling that and then some. He just stepped ashore after 115 days at sea. Lecomte finally reached Hawaii after beginning his journey in Read More
If you’ve ever thought to yourself that certain cleaning fluids and juices look similar, you have good company. A classroom assistant at a preschool in Oahu made the same error on November 27th. She mistakenly served Pine-Sol instead of apple juice to Read More
The Federal Emergency Management Agency already sent their checks, however, what do homeowners need to expect now? The housing fair held by Hawaii County on Saturday at the Keaau High School had a big question to discuss on how to solve the Read More
Honolulu, Hawaii – For every Hawaii households spend $730 a month on average for utilities. According to a new research, that’s the highest average in the nation. It also exceeds the second-priciest state-Alaska, for more than $200. The analysis features the average Read More
Kaneohe, Hawaii – A pilot and two passengers were found injured after a helicopter crash on Monday. Rescuers responded to a helicopter crash, happened in Hawaii sandbar. Capt. Scot Seguirant, Honolulu Fire Department spokesman says the helicopter ended up on its side Read More
Hawaii, Honolulu — Two main parks in Honolulu Ala Wai Community and Ala Wai Neighborhood are closed to the public and will be retained closed until the day after Christmas. The officials said the reason they closed the area is to address Read More
HONOLULU, HAWAII — The scientists of the University of Hawaii have recently brought to attention alarming findings on sea level rise in the Hawaii coastline. The areas that are impacted are Maui, Oahu and Kauai shores. These are highly populated. Rising sea Read More
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park has been closed for nearly 100 days. The seismic and explosive activity from the summit of Kilauea served the reason for closing the park. There is no information available on when the park is going to reopen. Read More
Do you have fruit and vegetable scraps, coffee grounds, clippings of grass from mowing? Compost it this summer. All you need is a 5-gallon bucket.
It is almost a weekend, and Independence Day arrives on Wednesday. Southcentral Alaska is expected to have sunny skies and the year’s warmest days so far, the National Weather Service says.