Here’s what’s open and closed on President’s Day.
Even with a chance for some heavy rain, many people say they plan to show up for Monday’s Great Aloha Run.
Pearlridge Center was buzzing with activity as dozens of teams of students competed in the first Hawaii VEX IQ State Championship.
The Hawaii State Teachers Association (HSTA) announced on Sunday it is supporting David Ige for Governor.
All roads on Kauai are back open Sunday afternoon after a morning of heavy rains forced several road closures.
Tomorrow marks one week since Carly “Charli” Scott was last seen on Maui.
Family, friends and the community plan to continue their search tomorrow morning.
Police responded to an accident on Nehoa St. Around 9 p.m. Saturday night.
Schedule for Sunday, search for missing Maui pregnant woman.
Honolulu police are looking for Russell Pakele.
If you were wondering why flags were at half-staff today, it’s because it was in memory of Sgt. Drew Scobie of Kailua.
A tourist from Japan apparently drowned this afternoon while snorkeling.
A 72-year old man has been picked up on a grand jury warrant for murder.
The 2014 election season marches on.
Thousands of people are expected to take part in the 30th annual Great Aloha Run on President’s Day.
According to a blog post and email sent out by Kickstarter CEO Yancey Strickler, the popular crowdfunding site was hacked Wednesday night.
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She just gave birth three weeks ago, and early Saturday morning, she died while crossing the street. Now, the woman’s boyfriend will have to raise the newborn on his own.
Search leaders told KHON2 on Friday night, that they found Carly “Charli” Scott’s shoes and some other valuables of hers in the same area where her clothes were found on Thursday night.
An accident involving a vehicle and HECO pole has closed Oneawa Street between Kalama and Kaha Streets. Traffic is being rerouted in the area.
Many couples spend Valentine’s Day celebrating love, but one Oahu couple has been marking the day by also giving the gift of life. For the past five years, Eileen and Charlie Bright have spent the holiday giving blood.
Palolo residents are frustrated over a road construction project that is blocking their driveways, and not just while crews are working.
Health officials are still trying to determine the severity of a recent measles case reported on Oahu.
Hawaii Gas’ Customer Service Center received numerous calls Friday from customers and non-customers saying they have received an email from Energy Billing System.