It’s no easy task, and one that requires a whole lot of manpower and a big chunk of your money.
Teachers shared shocking photos with KHON2 of broken chairs and broken desks found at various public schools across the state.
Approximately 45 stores and restaurants could be asked to move out by July 1, 2017.
Officials say it is significantly larger underground –- at least four feet in diameter — than is visible on the surface of the asphalt.
On Tuesday, the company backed up a bunch of cited drivers in court, and Uber said the Honolulu City Council could force them to quit Honolu…
The 5.2-mile section stretches from Aloha Stadium to Middle Street and will have four stations.
The LNG contract hindered on the approval of the proposed merger with NextEra.
The project includes several new additions to the site, including a new visitors center and administrative building, as well as a memorial w…
The 35,840-square-foot property will be developed in partnership with the Rotary Club of Honolulu.
Lifeguards report that a roughly eight-foot shark was spotted offshore.
For the first time, the festival has increased the age limit for applicants from 26 to 28 years old.
Storm surges and high surf caused significant damage to the makai side of the road.
A 6-inch water main ruptured when a contractor drilling fence holes accidentally drilled into the harbor water line, officials said.
It happened on Thursday, June 30, at 8:55 p.m. in Windward Oahu.
Officers arrived to find the bodies of Celestae Gibbons, 42, and her estranged husband, Justin Gibbons, 45.
Honolulu police are looking for a suspect in an attempted murder case in Makakilo. The incident happened just before 3 a.m. Tuesday on Palah…
After the first wave hit, Kailua resident Scott Kato says instinct prompted him to jump in and pull the girls to safety.
As of July 12, the state has confirmed 52 cases of hepatitis A on Oahu.
Officer Kealii Makanani was spotted helping a man cross Kamehameha Highway in Pearl City.
“This is a complex transaction. This is probably the most complex transaction in the history of the state.”