U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials say they won’t catch every product coming in by air or sea, but the public can play a key role …
Homeland Security Investigations recently seized thousands of illegal colored contact lenses from a mall kiosk right here on Oahu.
Maui resident Michael Jiga, 53, called KHON2’s Action Line for help after getting nowhere.
The Care Center of Honolulu says it has stopped using the transportation service IntelliRide and will make other changes to prevent similar …
Colby St. Clair, 62, says her only choice was to push herself on her wheelchair home, about two miles away.
A 71-year-old, wheelchair-bound woman was found outside Mayor Wright Housing by herself at 2 a.m. So how did she get there?
A test version of Mobile Mission is currently available for Android phones.
Ala Moana Beach Park is one of 26 beaches across Oahu that don’t allow pets.
With about 60 percent of filers using tax preparers, the IRS has seen an uptick in preparer-related fraud.
The Better Business Bureau of Hawaii has a tool you can use, both to protect yourself and to help others.
Victoria Liberato got sick while on vacation and then got stuck with a massive hospital bill, even though she has medical insurance.
The deadline for filing your federal taxes this year is Monday, April 18, not Friday, April 15, since Friday is a holiday.
It’s not enough to use your birthday as a password anymore.
Your financial health and well-being is important in helping to protect you and your family.
Be very careful who you hire for your big day.
The state Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs has put together a comparison guide for vehicle and home owners, as well as renters.
Basically, you don’t need to pay for information that’s already free and readily available.
Several scams have already been reported so far this month.
Anthem, Starwood, Hyatt, Ashley Madison, all fell victim to cyber criminals, and there’s worry about what 2016 might bring.
The most common complaints the Better Business Bureau gets every year are contract and billing disputes.
Thieves like anything that has a social security number, or phone records, utility bills, and credit card statements.
There are bad guys out there who will take advantage of your generosity.
Tax scams made up about 24-percent, more than the next three categories combined.