Always Investigating is digging into recurring problems with rail construction, and whether enough is being done to stop them from happening…
At his agency’s board meeting, another shoe fell: he can’t make hires for those jobs without oversight from the board. It’s a first during h…
“This is something everyone wants to hang their hat on to promote themselves, so it is frustrating.”
The Kealohas allege the commission’s actions are partially behind the federal investigation they’re now facing for possible corruption charg…
They’re speaking out for the first time since a federal investigation began.
After our investigations, the Honolulu City Council held Tuesday a hearing asking police and prosecutors what changes they could make.
The auditor said issues like costly change orders are poorly controlled, while HART calls it all off-base.
How realistic is Honolulu’s rail budget, and will Monday’s resignation change that?
A power company official has come forward to the rail authority, saying critical clearance issues are not being addressed in upcoming segmen…
The policy aims to head off one source of those cases, romantic relations between staff and students, even while a years-long federal invest…
She was honored for her series of Always Investigating reports into drunk driving dismissals.
The lawsuit called the state’s 10-percent share of the general excise tax “unconstitutional.”
The company started an automatic notification system to let customers know by email, fax and phone when their items are ready for pickup.
Those who ship interisland say their patience is being tested with long delays at the pier, costing businesses and consumers money.
Tourists who find themselves on the wrong side of the law are crying foul on Hawaii’s park and trail trespassing rules.
One of the biggest costs having to do with electricity during rail’s building phase is what to do with the lines in the way.
Given the state’s track record, how can the costs be controlled and success guaranteed?
KHON2 has learned the county administration has turned the case over to the Maui Police Department, joining a growing list of possible Maui …
More than $73,000 were allegedly spent on nearly 200 tires, none of which can be accounted for.
Residents and condo management were able to get some police intervention for off-campus brawls.
Even if the call is made, there’s a lot of room for error after.
Police are trying to cut back on the number of dismissed DUI cases, while courts are moving to clear a backlog of cases.
Officials say they’re working to get the remaining bids out as quickly as possible, with the City Center bid expected to be released Tuesday…
Months after Always Investigating first asked questions about staffing on the day of a massive sewage spill, the city is finally responding.