Let’s play some football

The University of Hawai‘i Rainbow Warriors are experiencing a transformation at the helm in a year that is full of changes throughout collegiate football.

Puka Dog named state’s best hot dog

PO‘IPU — Puka Dog co-owner Jenna French has a vision for her company that continues to receive national recognition from television and acclaimed national magazines.

Airline executives discuss trans-Pacific travel

HONOLULU — Five leaders of competing airlines participated last week in a Zoom webinar, “Impacts and Forecasts of the Airline Industry,” to discuss various logistics when Hawai‘i before the planned reopening of trans-Pacific travel Thursday.

Saenz Ohana Breakfast draws ire trying to be safe

PRINCEVILLE — The decision to allow visitors to only order online and pick up while serving residents with a Hawai’i identification in person has created a lightning rod of controversy on social media for one Kaua’i food truck.

High-school sports take baby steps toward normalcy

The Hawai‘i High School Athletic Association is within a week of tentatively releasing a spring sports schedule, HHSAA Executive Director Christoper Chun announced on KHON2 in a recent interview.

PMRF at forefront of new-age warfare

LIHU’E — The Pacific Missle Range Facility on Kaua‘i has become a top testing facility for hypersonic and laser weapons for the United States Army and its joint partners.

Kukui‘ula works to adapting to changing times

KOLOA — Richard Albrecht’s staff at Kukui‘ula has overcome the challenges of his company having to furlough over 120 employees throughout the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Hawaiian Air hopes to bounce back

LIHU‘E — Hawaiian Airlines’ spokesman Alex Da Silva has estimated the company has suffered a $3 million-per-day cash burn since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Tua’s time will come, just not this year

With each new week, there is a different story line related to Miami Dolphins’ rookie Tua Tagovailoa and, this week, headed against the San Fransisco 49ers, is no different.

Judge dismisses case citing rule 9 violations

LIHU‘E — Citing a rule 9 violation, a Fifth Circuit Court judge dismissed a case without prejudice for charges filed against a Kaua‘i Correctional Center inmate accused of sexually assaulting a woman during a work-release program in August of 2018.

Princeville Makai to hosts Princeville Patriot Golf Day

PRINCEVILLE — Princeville Makai Golf Club’s General Manager Doug Suttor decided to admit his enthusiasm for the third annual Princeville Patriot Golf Day which will take place at 7:45 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 10 at Makai’s Golf Course.