Honolulu Police responded to an early morning crash in east Oahu on Friday. The crash happened shortly after 2 a.m. on Kalanianaole Highway near the Makapuu Lighthouse.
A surfer died after he ran into trouble at Oahu’s south shore on Thursday afternoon. The incident happened at about 2:30 p.m. at the surf spot known as Bowls in Ala Moana.
One of Honolulu’s main corridors now offers more parking. It’s only because the city is doing a traffic study which they purposely kept from the public. The city says they didn’t tell residents about the study on South King Street because they didn’t want people to change their driving habits.
Costco Wholesale is offering free vaccines in its pharmacies for those who may have eaten berries contaminated with Hepatitis A.
Office of Consumer Protection (OCP) wants consumers to be alert to unscrupulous promoters tricking consumers into purchasing deeply discounted or “free” vacation packages or future travel-related products or services supposedly worth thousands of dollars.
If you saw a state worker driving around in a fancy car with government plates, you might wonder what’s happening to your tax dollars. KHON2 tracked a state license plate on a flashy SUV to the State Sheriff’s Department.
Alexander & Baldwin, Inc. and Grace Pacific Corporation announced Thursday that they have entered into a definitive merger agreement. A&B will acquire the privately held company for $235 million in stocks and cash.
A road repaving project in Kalihi is about to become a first of its kind for the state and could change the way Hawaii’s roads are fixed.
The search is on for a new University of Hawaii president. On Thursday, the university’s Board of Regents named two committees to begin the search for an interim and permanent president of the university system.
An active-duty Marine accused of murdering tourist Ivy Harris remains in police custody on Thursday. A lost-and-found ad may have given police the lead they needed to crack the case.
A man in his 30s is in critical condition after nearly drowning in waters off Oahu’s south shore.
A woman accused of shooting another woman in Makaha pleaded not guilty in court on Thursday.
The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation and Federal Transit Administration officials have prepared a Draft Supplemental Environment Impact Study for the rail project after last year’s U.S. District Court ruling.
The founder of a college football and basketball website has grabbed the attention of gridiron fans across the country with a colorful idea.
It’s a sport growing at a really fast pace. Beach volleyball is creating a lot of opportunities for young women looking for higher educations.
Local gas prices were a mix of modest increases and a decrease in the surveyed areas compared to last week, according to the AAA Hawaii Weekend Gas Watch.
Hawaii Island firefighters responded to a house fire in Honokaa on Wednesday. The incident happened at just before 6 p.m. on Paauilo Hui Loop near Hawaii Belt Road.
A drunk driver was arrested on the Big Island after police say she caused a deadly crash.
Sarah Murnaghan, 10, is getting her wish and will be put on the adult lung transplant list. A U.S. district judge granted her family’s request due to the severity of Murnaghan’s condition.
The Honolulu City Council approved a budget of more than $2 billion for the upcoming fiscal year. It includes all the money Mayor Kirk Caldwell wanted for sewer and road work. The eight Honolulu City Council members who attended Wednesday’s meeting gave the go-ahead for Caldwell’s first operating budget as mayor.
A man accused of sexually assaulting a woman at Maui Mall appeared in court on Wednesday. According to public safety officials, Cowans was released from jail the day before after serving time for violating terms of his probation.
After 23 years, the Honolulu Weekly is shutting down. According to publisher Laurie Carlson, the paper could not maintain revenue.
A nationwide scandal involving sex assault in the military is being called an epidemic. Hawaii troops are part of the national investigation. Officials say there are changes happening from the top down to deal with the problem.
Ocean Safety officials have posted warning signs at Maili Beach Park on Wednesday following a shark sighting.