There have been multiple accounts of strange happenings in the Wilson Tunnel since its opening in 1958, but what could be the cause? Master storyteller Lopaka Kapanui explains.
Join us as we countdown to Halloween with these spooky (and not-so-spooky!) stories, episodes and videos right here in our backyard. Listen to our audio podcast, WHAT SCHOOL YOU WENT? and watch student produced HIKI NŌ.
ʻOpihi, known as "Hawaiian gold," is getting harder to find. Learn about the dangerous art of picking this sought-after Hawaiian delicacy. Listen to the audio podcast now.
They’ve intrigued travelers from around the world with their beauty and mystery. We learn more about black sand beaches from archaeologist Alan Carpenter of the Dept. of Land and Natural Resources.
The location of Norman Keith Collins' tattoo shop in Chinatown, Hawaiʻi has changed a lot since his day, but his memory-- and influence on the art of tattooing-- lives on. We follow his daughter Meriel as she visits the shop, now known as Old Ironside Tattoo, and reminisces about her father, better known around the world as Sailor Jerry.
Teen suicide numbers are increasing in Hawaiʻi. It's a difficult topic to talk about, but Dr. Mestisa Gass from Mental Health America of Hawaiʻi explains the importance of having the conversation, and how to listen for signs of help.
Ahead of the parade celebrating our Little League World Series champions, team manager Gerald Oda talks about Hawaiʻi's triumphant return to South Williamsport, and tells you why today's gonna be a great day.
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