A busy stretch of the H-1 Freeway is going to get some major TLC, but it will come with a major headache for hundreds of thousands of drivers. The project will take a year to complete and involves shutting down complete sections of the H-1 Freeway for up to 120 nights.
Hawaii will be a battleground for same-sex marriage legislation next year.
She’s stepping down as University of Hawaii president and there’s already controversy over M.R.C. Greenwood’s next job. She plans to be a professor at the UH School of Medicine with a proposed annual salary of nearly $300,000.
Thick smoke and black ash filled the skies over Haleiwa as a brush fire burned in the area.
A new mobile app will help drivers locate electric vehicle charging stations around the state.
A man in his mid-30s was rushed to the hospital after he apparently struck his head on the reef. The incident happened shortly before 12:30 p.m. Friday near the surf spot known as “Kaiser Bowls” in Waikiki.
After five months without a leader, the Honolulu Zoo finally has a new director. Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell announced that Dr. Jeffrey Mahon will head the zoo.
Windward Oahu residents can expect a lot of action in the sky and noise on the ground for the next few weeks. There’s a squadron of the FA 18 Hornets from the mainland doing training at Marine Corps Base Hawaii.
An Oahu Community Correction Center inmate who did not return from a work furlough program has been caught.
Big Island police have identified the 61-year-old woman who died after a traffic accident on Tuesday.
Four people are without a home after their townhouse went up in flames Friday morning. The fire started at about 6:45 a.m. on the second floor of a Pacific Village townhouse on Ualo Street in Aiea.
UPDATE // Honolulu police have opened a murder investigation after a man was stabbed to death at Kailua District Park. The incident happened early Friday morning and it appears the men involved may have been homeless.
A typhoon is barreling towards Taiwan where a group of Hawaii residents are visiting this week. There are about 20 Hawaii residents stuck in Taipei because of Typhoon Soulik.
Firefighters responded to a brushfire on the North Shore of Oahu at about 8:30 p.m.
Firefighters put out a brush fire in Waianae that destroyed six acres.
KHON2 investigates what problems the Honolulu Community College’s aviation program is having and how students can succeed.
After a plumbing problem has been fixed at the Lanakila District Park and Lanakila Elementary School, the program resumes on Friday.
The Department of Veterans affairs is giving two Hawaii groups $2.1 million to support homeless veterans.
A busy crosswalk near Hawaii Pacific University’s Windward Campus was the scene of a deadly crash nearly two years ago. Since then, there’s been a lot of talk, but little action to improve safety. The family of the victim wants to know where the money they donated to help has gone.
Big Island police arrested an 18-year-old man in connection with a knife incident in Pahoa.
A three-judge panel has ruled that the reapportionment plan will not include non-resident military and non-resident students.
A key witness took the stand Thursday in the Christopher Deedy murder trial. The man supposedly being bullied by shooting victim Kollin Elderts told jurors he never felt threatened.
Hawaiian Airlines announced that flight HA 808, which was scheduled to depart from Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport at 8:55 p.m. on Friday, July 12, has been delayed due to the expected landfall of Typhoon Soulik.
For keiki who are looking for something to do this summer, head to the Honolulu Zoo. They’re offering camp-like summer programs for kids ages 4 to 11 years old.