Welcome to Season 4, Episode 10 of Cover2: Hawaii High School Football Weekly.
Voting is open on KHON2.com and will remain that way until Nov. 15.
Coach Passas has a special player under his guidance in Tua Tagovailoa.
This sophomore punt returner/strong safety/running back is doing it all.
Damien vs. Waialua; Waipahu vs. Lahainaluna
Using emojis, give us the mood of Campbell football.
He belongs to a resilient family of four that had their heart put to the test this past spring.
Mililani vs. Baldwin; Hilo vs. Leilehua
The home of the Trojans was established in 1973.
This OIA vs. ILH matchup looks to be an aerial assault battle.
The state Department of Transportation has already spent millions to bring it’s airports into the 21st century, around $800 million to be ex…
Nearly 12,000 people in Hawaii have found long-term care in the face of a severe shortage, but thousands more need it still.
It took a lot of work for health officials just to pinpoint the source of the outbreak, including an online survey, numerous interviews with…
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They’ll help marine enforcement officers better protect and monitor Hawaii’s natural resources.
More than a year after a pedestrian was struck and killed in Aina Haina, safety flags are going up in the area.
The bullet entered through the dining room wall, hit the dining table, ricocheted and lodged itself on the wall in the living room.
Officials say the entire hotel-casino lost power when a contractor working in the basement cut into the main power line.
The resident got suspicious when a man who seemed a little too friendly approached her door.
Julie Kaaloa says her daughter, Ulu, was coming home from school and trying to get to the family’s restaurant across the road.