The attorney general’s office says Donovan D. Soto had more than 94 movie files.
They told KHON2 they’ve been touched by stories from Pearl Harbor survivors they’ve heard this week.
Thefts and burglaries don’t necessarily increase during the holidays, but during this time, there are more opportunities for criminals to st…
The suspect might have gotten away if not for one man who risked his life to stop him.
While the marathon starts at 5 a.m. Sunday, road closures begin hours earlier and only reopen when athletes complete each section of the cou…
We check in on little Nawai Irie, now 2 years old, who perseveres despite the inability to walk, eat, and breathe.
Authorities say the underlying investigation focused on drug activity around the Towers at Kuhio Park, a public housing complex in Kalihi.
Each kupuna shared their story with a student, and many of those stories centered around the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor.
Dylan Kekoa Nunies, 18, was arrested for first-degree robbery.
Firefighters arrived to find smoke and flames emanating from the doors and windows.
The largest observed wave was only 0.12 meters near Honiara on the island of Guadalcanal.
The United States Geological Survey is reporting a 6.5 magnitude earthquake off the coast of Northern California in the Pacific Ocean. The…
There was a new look at two sunken Japanese mini submarines that went down near Pearl Harbor 75 years ago.
Max Sword was elected chairman for 2017. Cha Thompson will continue as vice chair.
A woman who was on the same tour as the victim killed during a flash flood over the weekend said more should be done to keep visitors safe.
A Honolulu City Council member and the Sierra Club are bothered by how often these spills are happening, and how little information is being…
Advocates are urging the public to think twice before getting behind the wheel drunk, which could lead to a fatal accident like the one that…
Multiple events are expected to attract large audiences and create an increased demand for parking Thursday through Monday.
A ban on shipping ohia plants and soil from Hawaii Island is now permanent.
The plan was previously due at the end of the year, but the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation wanted until July to finish it.