The World Conservation Congress will bring in heads of state and high ranking officials from around the world, and will among other things p…
Crews arrived to find an unscheduled fire burning in the center of a sugarcane field off Holomua Road.
These calls are a scam, fire officials say, and the police have been notified.
There’s been a lot of turmoil at the Honolulu Ethics Commission recently, and now there’s a request for an audit of the commission.
Hawaii Public Utilities Commission chairman Randy Iwase said Gov. David Ige’s replacement commissioner, Tom Gorak, can and has taken the sea…
Daniel M. Gluck has been employed by the American Civil Liberties Union of Hawaii since 2007.
Farm-to-school programs aim to introduce students to healthier eating habits and help them become familiar with new vegetables and fruits.
Officials say three of the aircraft are already here and eight more will arrive as soon as RIMPAC is complete.
Viewers said it sounded at approximately 2 a.m. and lasted for about three to five minutes, but with a different tone than normal.
The team identified the likely physical cause to be an electrostatic charge and also provided recommendations to improve laboratory safety p…
Health officials report at least 12 cases of hepatitis A infection. Six required hospitalization.
This also includes 4th of July fireworks parking restrictions.
Photos were shown of what was described as clumps of red hair and pieces of jawbone recovered off of Hana Highway.
The funding was awarded by the CDC to the Hawaii State Dept. of Health for Zika preparedness and response activities.
The accident was reported just after midnight Friday on Kamehameha Highway.
Police say a car crashed into the trees bringing them down.
With word of another party happening on the Fourth of July, KHON2 wanted to know what’s being done to keep the beach clean.
When it comes to good drivers, Honolulu doesn’t appear to have a lot of them.
Kyron Corpuz was arrested on March 14 after the juvenile reported the assaults to school counselors.
Approximately 7,000 gallons of sewage entered the storm drain leading to a canal discharging at a location east of Hickam Beach.