Many told KHON2 they were traveling to neighbor islands to visit family.
Honolulu police tell us during the holidays they see a 10-percent increase in car break-ins.
Two groundskeepers suffered minor injuries and the administration building was grazed by its branches.
Coast Guard cooks are sharing their favorite recipes with the public this week.
For the second time in less than two weeks, a vehicle driving on the H-1 Freeway struck the Gulick Avenue overpass.
It is important to follow traffic signs on all roadways.
At 5:22 a.m., radar indicated an area of heavy rain from Hookipa Beach to Hana.
A portion of Tantalus Drive is closed due to a fallen tree blocking the roadway. The incident was reported at about 6 a.m. Wednesday. Police…
The incident was reported just before 5 a.m. Wednesday.
They live at the Punchbowl Home apartments, which is run by the Hawaii Public Housing Authority.
Prosecutors tell us a lot of them are going nowhere for now because of a long-awaited state Supreme Court decision impacting DUI cases.
An Oahu woman is lucky she checked her bank account when she did, or else she would have been dealing with an outstanding balance that makes…
Residents have a letter sent by the city in 1994 saying the roadway qualifies for maintenance under the city’s street maintenance policy.
The muddy conditions make it nearly impossible for farmers to plant anything, which could affect crops well into the spring season.
Retailers say because of the lines, it’s important to show up early if you’re looking for big-ticket items.
Questions were raised as to why photovoltaic systems were not incorporated into the original design of rail’s operating center.
They did a 3-D digital scan of Iolani Palace’s coronation pavilion.
The feast will include 250 pounds of turkey, 11 gallons of cranberry sauce and 60 pumpkin pies.
The shark was deemed aggressive because it was thrashing in the water.
People who bought chicken salad at any U.S. Costco store on or before Friday were advised to throw it away, even if no one has gotten sick.