By: Rick Blangiardi This Saturday, April 19, is an extremely important date when it comes to feeding our local community. Hawaii News Now is proud to once again be one of the many organizations dedicated
The great flood of 2008 dumped more than 12 inches of rain in a single day into Makaha Valley, forcing mud, water and debris through nearby homes and roads. Six years later, the state is unveiling a new
Given the preponderance of health challenges facing Native Hawaiians, officials say it's important to have a greater representation of Native Hawaiians as healthcare professionals -- which is exactly what Na Pua Noeau's Ke Ola Mau Health Career...
WAIANAE (Hawaii News Now) The JROTC program at Waianae High School is the largest in the state, and Pomai Matanane wears her uniform proudly as the battalion executive officer for the Seariders as a leader.