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Students reported being approached by a man in a black- or dark-colored truck who offered them a ride.
The program is called Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion.
They cover separate topics: the dangers of snorkeling alone, taking selfies near shorelines, swimming in unguarded beaches, and making smart…
Spam is not only Hawaii’s favorite luncheon meat. It’s also a hot commodity for thieves.
The fire department says the investigation is finished, but it will not release the cause for a few more weeks.
Residents say steel plates at the intersection of Farrington Highway and Nanakuli Avenue are not being secured properly resulting in damaged…
Police say the money looks, feels, and appears to be real with the exception of pink Chinese characters on the front and back.
KHON2 has learned the city is working to make Kailua safer for bicyclists especially for kids who bike to school.
Get there early because the stadium lot could fill up fast.
For years businesses in Mapunapuna say they’ve been asking for help, but so far it hasn’t come.
KHON2 saw a lot of cars stall as heavy rain flooded the area including in Mapunapuna.
People in the area tell us they’ve never seen it this bad, even when we had the king tides.
Schools are having to jump through hoops to do campus upgrades.
Manoa residents say one of the reasons for the decrease in crime over the past decade is the network of residents that help police keep a lo…
The agreement involves extending the general excise tax and raising the visitor-based Transient Accommodations Tax through the year 2030.
The school says two adult men in a black Dodge Charger approached a student on Ukuwai Street, which is less than a half-mile away from campu…
Pearl City High School is reaching out to the community for help controlling the population of feral cats that call the school grounds home.
It happened at around 12:45 p.m. Thursday along Kaau Crater Loop Trail.
Kaneohe neighborhood board members were recently told by an officer, that a hiker was shot by a pellet gun following an altercation.
It’s been more than a year since we first told you about a staffing shortage within Oahu’s bus system.