Kumi Naidoo of Greenpeace said the accord is a good start but isn’t enough.
Customers who tried to redeem the Kirkland water bottles at the recycling plant were denied their refund.
Honolulu police say five cars were targeted and there were no obvious signs of how the thieves got inside the cars.
Robert Half OfficeTeam employees have been donating $5 on “Jeans Friday” all year knowing they’ll be adopting a Laulima family.
Despite strong online sales this season, local companies are reporting an increase in revenue.
The call came in at 5:16 p.m. Friday from Schnitzer Steel Recycling Facility on Hanua Street.
Dewitt Long was sentenced to consecutive terms of life in prison with the possibility of parole.
The Hawaii Department of Health set up mock samples to show us how they do the testing.
The nation’s three biggest airlines, American, Delta, and United, along with several others, no longer allow hoverboards in both checked and…
Dec. 15 is the last day to sign up to avoid a gap in coverage, although open enrollment will continue through Jan. 31, 2016.
The oysters were sold in bulk under the Dai One Food Company label.
On Dec. 13, the starting gun will go off at 5 a.m. at the intersection of Ala Moana Boulevard and Queen Street.
More dangerous waves roll into Hawaii Friday morning. A high surf advisory remains in effect for east-facing shores until 6 a.m. Saturday. T…
The US Postal Service says they do accept lithium-ion batteries under certain circumstances.
Ailsa Jackson who is one of the suspects in the murder of a woman on Aliamanu Military Reservation has cut a plea deal with prosecutors.
Tonight, the fountain once again welcomes guests and residents into the community, after repairs turned out to cost taxpayers a mere $4,000.
KHON2 learned the state is stepping up inspections to keep you safe while you’re eating.
December marks the end of Gov. David Ige’s first year on the job.
The First Family will depart the White House en route to Honolulu next Friday, Dec. 18.
Sen. Will Espero said, “That would be like the judge makes a decision and then someone else says oh no, you’re wrong.”