Two Popular Hawai‘i State Parks Reopen Following 2018 Flood
Kaua‘i island’s Hāʻena State Park and Nāpali Coast State Wilderness Park welcome visitors back after a 2018 flood forced them to close.
Smithsonian Shines Light on Hawaiian Queens for Women's History Month
Remembering when the kingdom of Hawai‘i was ruled by two dope queens.
Celebrate the Life of Hawaiian Guitar Virtuoso Cyril Pahinui Via His Music
The slack key guitar star died at the age of 68.
Hawaii Becomes First State to Pass Legislation Supporting Paris Agreement
Gov. David Ige signed two bills that would further the fight against climate change.
Path Now Clear for Native Hawaiians to Establish Government-to-Government Relationship With U.S.
Annelle Amaral of the Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs: “What it allows us to do is to finally have control over our sacred sites, over health care for our people, over the education of our children.”
Bernie Sanders Sweeps Weekend Caucuses
The Democratic presidential candidate racked up victories in Alaska, Hawaii and Washington. But he still trails in pledged delegates.
WATCH: Check Out 'Off The Menu,' a New Documentary on Asian-American Cuisine
“Off the Menu” was directed by Grace Lee, the filmmaker behind the acclaimed Grace Lee Boggs documentary.
Tulsi Gabbard, First Hindu-American Elected to Congress, Crushed GOP
On Tuesday night Tulsi Gabbard became the first Hindu-American to have entered the U.S. House of Representatives, winning her Hawaii seat by crushing her Republican rival.
Today, Mad Love for 8-Year-Old B-Boys
Keeping the art alive in Hawaii. CUTENESS.