More stories by Web Staff
“It feels pretty good to go help out at the food bank, help do some sandbags to help some houses that were damaged, so it kind of shows you …
KHON2 obtained two temporary restraining orders filed by the school’s head football coach, Arnold Martinez.
Two female intermediate school students were reportedly walking to a bus stop when they were approached by two men in a black sedan.
The homeowner was burned when he went back to see if any children were still inside.
Leia McNeely was last seen in the Punchbowl area wearing gray pants and a gray shirt.
At the Honolulu Fire Commission’s monthly meeting, union president Bobby Lee laid out arguments accusing an assistant chief of creating a po…
David John Erlenbach has a Japanese symbol tattoo on his left shoulder and his date of birth tattooed in Roman numerals on his chest.
The initiative, called Grow Our Own, is designed to address teacher shortage areas in Hawaiian language, world languages, English, mathemati…
Firefighters had to physical disable it to keep it from going off.
Signs now alert drivers of an upcoming five-week closure.
Mash Hatae says he woke up at around 2:30 a.m. to get some water, and bright lights in the sky caught his eye.
Jordan Smith, 18, made his initial appearance in court Wednesday.
The work will cover 2.23 miles of roadway and is estimated to be finished within 180 calendar days.
Principal Justin Mew cited a “series of prevailing events and extreme concerns for student and staff safety.”
She had been on leave for health reasons.
Construction is scheduled to be completed by the end of the year with residents moving in next spring.
A contractor for the Department of Land and Natural Resources will stripe the parking stalls in the final step of maintenance work for the l…
The county announced Monday it was able to work out a solution with state and federal officials to play four games at night during fledgling…
Your tip could earn you anywhere from $250 to $1,000 while those behind the crimes get caught.
Shayddon Lizardo-Calarruda, 18, pleaded not guilty to second-degree robbery.