Windward Oahu residents turned out in full force again Wednesday night. For many, it was their second time around to hear what’s being done to keep their community in check against criminals.
KHON2 reported in May that the state Department of Transportation (HDOT) is looking at ways to help ease congestion on Meheula Parkway, which is… More »
For the fourth year in a row, members of Surfrider Foundation and RevoluSun teamed up over the weekend to clean up more than 400 pounds of small debris at Sandy Beach.
Do not give up. That’s the message Honolulu police are spreading after a recent rash of crime in Kailua. Residents there are fed up and had a lot of questions for police, who met with them Tuesday night to address their concerns.
The city is in a sticky situation as some residents from Ewa to Makaha deal with a stinky mess. Trash has been piling up all weekend after two routes were missing.
In an effort to better serve parents, students, teachers, staff, and the community, the state Department of Education announced the launch of its new website on Monday.
The Hawaii County Civil Defense Agency will conduct a test of the emergency warning siren system on Tuesday, July 16 at 11:45 a.m.
Another hurdle has been cleared for major development in the Ewa plain. It’s not exactly a done deal, but the City Council is moving forward plans for big changes and raising concerns for residents.
Honolulu police have arrested some of the people believed to be responsible for burglaries on the Windward side. They say the arrests happened in part because of witnesses who came forward. Police can’t be everywhere, so they rely on help from the community.
The local art scene has grown by leaps and bounds over the past couple of years. One of the catalysts encouraging art and reinvigoration of the urban core is a Kalani High School graduate whose passion is to create art for others.
New Hope Leeward is moving forward with purchasing more than 200 acres of Kunia farmland to build an entire church community.
A coastline cleanup is taking place on Oahu this weekend. The local group, For the Love, is cleaning up leftover Fourth of July debris at Ala Moana Beach Park on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.