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Pet owners who can’t afford to buy food for their animals can go to the Humane Society for free pet food.

The center will give visitors a better understanding of WWII in the Pacific and Hawaii’s role during the era.

Today's family of four on Maui found out one year ago that their 4-year-old daughter has neuroblastoma, an aggressive cancer that mostly affects infants and children under 5.

The start of the holiday shopping frenzy is also the time when shoppers can be the most vulnerable in protecting their personal information.

Donate to the Laulima Giving Program
The Laulima Giving Program works in partnership with Keiki O Ka Aina Family Learning Centers and KHON2. The essence of the Laulima Giving Program is to bring together the community, various agencies, businesses, schools and churches to “Laulima” for the good of others this Christmas season
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Kyo-ya and the Local 5 union will continue contract negotiations on Monday, November 26 after both sides failed to reach an agreement last week.

Punahou Bulletin - A Magazine for the Punahou School Family

Breezy trade wind weather in store through Thanksgiving day. No heavy showers expected.

Catcher Kurt Suzuki is heading back to the Washington Nationals after agreeing to a $10 million, two-year contract, a deal pending a successful physical.

Deploying a hosted feature service with millions of polys isn't so difficult. Just follow these simple steps.

Have a valid Hawaii driver license. State of Hawaii (Required). Assist driver with moving into place and the installation of purchased items as needed....

Are your every day habits causing your hair loss? While the thinning of the hair can be said to be genetic, there are a number of lifestyle choices that affect the health of one's hair.

The president of Japanese carrier KDDI (branded au), Makoto Takahashi, has confirmed that the company will launch what he termed ‘initial 5G-based services’ from next year, with the focus expected to include ‘high-definition images and drone security’.