Members who purchased baked goods prepared or packaged in the bakery between June 16-20 are being contacted by Costco.
Donations are now starting to arrive in large quantities as businesses pool together their resources to help the victims.
The shoreline where paddlers launch from is now free of debris. Volunteers, including children, used shovels and rakes to clear the beach.
Police say the suspect returned to the scene and was identified by a witness.
The carnival takes place July 29-31 at 2705 Kaimuki Avenue.
While several outages were reported during Tropical Storm Darby, Hawaii Electric Light says they came nowhere near the widespread, prolonged…
Applications are now being accepted for the current 2016-2017 school year.
One of Lawler’s ICON championship bouts came against UFC Hall-of-Famer Frank Trigg, a memory the KHON2 MMA analyst would like to forget.
Destructive Pacific-wide tsunami is not expected and there is no tsunami threat to Hawaii.
Combi USA is recalling more than 39,000 car seats because they can transmit too much force to a child’s chest in a crash.
It happened Wednesday at 8:22 p.m. at the Holiday Terrace, near Don Quijote.
The Hawaiian Humane Society has launched a new lost-and-found section on its website.
Trial for both is scheduled for September.
On a mission to once again force his way onto the field, rookie Linebacker, Kamehameha graduate Kamu Grugier-Hill hit the turf Thursday on d…
The Esmeralda pulled into Aloha Tower at 8 a.m. Thursday with more than 300 sailors on board.
Members of the Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus remembered Takai’s aloha spirit and commitment to the people of Hawaii.
It happened at 1:55 p.m. Wednesday on N. Market Street at the Iao Bridge in Wailuku.
A Brooklyn man has caught every single Pokémon there is in North America.
While you might think these cars are headed to the junk yard, some could get fixed and end up for sale.
The remaining repairs require a northbound lane closure on Kamehameha Highway that will occur during daytime non-peak traffic hours.
He’s been working for the city since 2002.
The office has been closed since Monday due to flooding from Tropical Storm Darby.
Site Engineering is repairing the drain line and driveway under a $125,000 emergency contract.
The Prodigy plans to return to the octagon after his sentence with the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency ends on Sept. 25.
KHON2’s Laulima Giving Program is stepping in to coordinate the effort to get the victims exactly what they need most.