The Latina actress has finally talked about her upcoming wedding to beau Joe Manganiello.
This is How They Cut Open a Coconut in Hawaii vs Trinidad
More homes and other properties in Pahoa, Hawaii are being threatened by the lava flow that comes out of the Kilauea volcano, latest reports said.
Many residents of Pahoa, Hawaii have fled their homes due to the dangers posed by the lava flows from the Kilauea Volcano.
Weather forecasters have upgraded hurricane Gonzalo into a Category 4 storm on Wednesday as it continues to move toward Bermuda packing sustained winds of 130 miles per hour or 215 kilometers per hour.
Hawaii is one step closer to legalizing same-sex marriage.
The governor of Hawaii has called for a special session to push through a bill that would legalize marriage for same-sex couples.
Scientists have discovered the world's largest volcano, and it sits at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean. It's name is the Tamu Massif, and at 2.5 miles tall and 400 miles wide, it's the size of New Mexico. Researchers announced its discovery in the journal Nature Geoscience.
NCAA college football season has finally arrived and there's no better way to kick off the action than a good old-fashioned rivalry between the University of South Carolina Gamecocks and the North Carolina Tar Heels.
Jeremy Lin in Waimea bay Hawaii.
In the name of celebrity privacy, the Hawaii state Senate has voted to pass the "Steven Tyler Act" on Tuesday which will prohibit paparazzi from taking unwanted photos or video of celebs in their private moments when they visit the islands of Honolulu.
A new Gallup poll has named Hawaii the best state in the United States to find personal well-being, for the fourth year in a row. The annual Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index, intended to measure the elements that make for a good life, interviewed 350,000 Americans overall.
Bill O-Reilly just doesn’t understand Asians.
In 1.5 million years, Hawaii's jagged mountains will dissolve and erode at a faster pace than the tectonic processes below the island can keep up with, according to a recent Bringham Young University study
Despite more Latino children attending elementary schools, fewer Hispanic students are graduating from high school, according to the latest U.S. Department of Education numbers.