KHON2 has an update to a story that aired Wednesday night about Maui County’s Missing Persons website which no longer exists. Maui County spokesman Rod Antone says it was the county’s decision to take it down.
A new iPhone app is causing controversy among native Hawaiians and island residents. The app is called hula but it has nothing to do with the Hawaiian dance.
Last week KHON2′s Always Investigating got some promises of change to help track and deter sex assaults on the UH Manoa campus. Since that report, KHON2 learned some of the things already in place to help are falling short.
A deadly case of the flu has been reported in Waipahu. The state Dept. of Health says the person who died was one of several patients at a dialysis center who contracted the influenza virus.
First, we helped University of Hawaii West Oahu students get their money back. After our story aired last month, UH is now taking steps to make sure this doesn’t happen again at any of its campuses.
For the first time in decades, Hawaii’s race for governor could see a major third party in the mix. On Thursday, the Hawaii Independent Party was certified to be placed on the ballot for the coming election year.
Starting Friday, the Department of Public Safety will be accepting applications for adult correction officer vacancies on Hawaii, Kauai and Maui.
The University of Hawaii is alerting students after a man harassed a student and an elderly couple in Manoa.
A ground blessing Thursday marked the start of construction on Kalihi-Palama Heath Center’s new center for Comprehensive Women and Children’s Health Programs.
State and military officials are ramping up efforts to get rid of the coconut rhinoceros beetle on Oahu. Four breeding areas were found in mulch piles on the Mamala Bay Golf Course on Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam.
We have our first look at a man accused of hitting a man with his car and dragging him several blocks. Miguel Torres was arrested for attempted murder Wednesday morning after allegedly hitting a 35-year-old man with his car in a parking lot in Waianae.
Crews returned to Pali Hwy. Thursday morning to remove a large Albizia tree on the hillside. The tree was hanging precariously by its roots just before the hairpin turn, steps away from the busy highway.
Dozens gathered along Hawaii Kai Dr. near Kamiloiki Elementary School with signs and, for police, speed guns, to encourage drivers to slow down and watch for students crossing the street.
Hawaii Island police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the hospitalization of a two-month-old Holualoa boy.
Honolulu police are investigating a pedestrian accident in Kalihi.
Hawaii gas price averages increased slightly throughout most of the islands this past week, according to the AAA Hawaii Weekend Gas Watch.
An annual tradition kicked off Wednesday morning as parents, troop leaders, cookie managers lined up at Aloha Stadium for their batch of Girl Scouts cookies.
A 39-year-old Waianae man is facing forgery and theft charges after police say he cashed several counterfeit checks at local banks.
A Big Island man is dead after he fell off a cliff while driving a tractor.
It appears a web page once devoted to information on missing persons on Maui is missing.
Honolulu Police have a new weapon in their crime fighting arsenal. It pairs a camera with a computer. Police say the Automated License Plate Technology will help them in their fight against crime, but there are people who are concerned about their right to privacy.
Thursday will be your last day to take advantage of Uber Honolulu’s three free taxi rides per person valued at up to $25.
State Rep. Faye Hanohano has made headlines for making what some would consider questionable statements. On Wednesday, she responded to the controversy.
For the first time since Thursday, work has resumed at a $5 million Palolo road project. KHON2 has been keeping tabs on it ever since residents called their frustrations into our Action Line.