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.”
If you are ever caught in a similar situation, the Honolulu Police Department says there are things you can do to try and make it out alive.
Thursday’s session allowed hundreds of students to see first-hand how the justice system works.
Approximately 1,100 candidates for certificates, bachelor’s, master’s and doctorates are registered to participate.
Advocates are pushing for legislation in 2016 that would help caregivers.
The recall does not affect plastic bottle products.
Lisa Peddle Smith began assisting Marines from the wreckage as helicopter parts exploded around her.
Crews will have to wait until low tide to pull out a car from the Ala Wai Canal. Police say just after 12:30 a.m. Thursday, a driver lost co…
Santa took time of out his busy Christmas schedule to stop by downtown Honolulu on Wednesday night.
More freedom and flexibility for schools across the country. That is what will happen after President Barack Obama signs a bill, to overhaul…
A viewer who received the letter reached out to KHON2. She wanted to know if it was real.
An eruption of multiple large fights sent Pahoa High and Intermediate School into lockdowns the past couple of days and required police resp…
Councilmembers are trying to level the playing field for rideshare companies and taxi cabs.
The hope is that these contracted positions will be filled by the beginning of 2016.
Raynald Ragudo, 39, has a noticeable tribal tattoo on the left side of his face.
In April 2014, a 23-year-old man suffered four gunshot wounds to his chest and arms.
Passengers flying from Dec. 13 to 24 will receive surprises inspired by the local version of the popular holiday song.
A city and county refuse vehicle experienced a mechanical problem that caused it to drop oil along a 700-foot stretch.
Police say it happened on Wednesday, Nov. 18, at approximately 5:20 p.m. on Waipahu Street.