Information on how you can be a part of the 2012 Susan G. Komen Race For the Cure!
Castle Medical Center is representing Hawaii in what's become a national phenomenon called the "Pink Glove Dance."
A unique study looking at breast cancer and body weight found that a person's ethnicity may also play a larger role.
In the fight against breast cancer, there's a device that could help some women avoid unnecessary trips back to the doctor's office.
Breast cancer brought Lehua King closer to her faith and inspired a new church ministry at a Moanalua parish.
What do acupuncture, necklaces, genetics and breast cancer charts have in common? Each one is a part of a program to help breast cancer survivors at the Queens Medical Center.
Organizers for the Hawaii affiliate of the Susan G. Komen Foundation have faced a few hurdles leading up to this year's Race For The Cure.
Former breast cancer patients at Kaiser Permanente Moanalua Medical Center came up with a way to make the journey a little easier.
KITV's Jill Kuramoto introduces us to a woman warrior who is going strong even after fighting an advanced case of breast cancer.
A new study says women who wait more than 60 days to begin treatment for advanced breast cancer face significantly higher risks of dying than women who start therapy shortly after diagnosis.
Half of downtown Kailua could soon be up for sale, including 38-acres of land that houses many of the town's businesses.
Train service in the busy New York-to-New Haven corridor may be restricted for days as officials investigate Friday's rush-hour collision of two trains in Connecticut -- an incident that sent dozens to hospitals -- officials said Saturday.