University of Hawaii professors are on edge after several break-ins at their offices. Computers were taken, raising concern about what was on them and whether their offices are vulnerable to more break-ins.
Two men each face possible sentences of more than a century for their roles in numerous property crimes.
The public is invited to participate in the 14th Annual Halau Hula Olana Golf Tournament.
Honolulu Police responded to an early morning stabbing in Kalihi. One person is dead and two men were booked for murder.
Oahu property owners are being warned. The city council has passed a measure that could end up costing you big bucks if your home is considered an eyesore.
Hawaiian Electric Company crews responded to a power outage in the Ahuimanu and Waihee area. The outage was reported around 7:30 p.m. Thursday.
It’s been a favorite hangout spot at Ala Moana Center for nearly 30 years. But on Thursday, some long-time customers got the sad news. Zippy’s is closing at the end of the month.
A mother is outraged over the treatment of her first grade daughter at school. It’s an incident that’s raising questions about the teacher training when it comes to disciplining students and why this one particular teacher had no idea she had crossed the line.
Reverse mortgages have been around for a while, but even those in the business of providing will tell you, they’re not for everybody.
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center says there is no tsunami threat for Hawaii after a powerful earthquake was reported near northern Japan.
As many as 15 people are feared dead in Texas from a blast that also damaged homes and knocked people off their feet. The explosion happened at a fertilizer plant in west Texas. The facility held tons of ammonium nitrate — an extremely hazardous material that is also sold in Hawaii.
Although details are still being hashed out, many teachers are pleased with the contract and the evaluations
Retired auto dealer James Pflueger rejected a plea agreement Thursday on manslaughter charges for the 2006 Ka Loko dam break. Seven years after that tragic day, the case is finally heading to trial.
With the swipe of a pen, a new contract for Hawaii public school teachers was finalized on Thursday.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation took action after a suspicious package was delivered to its Kapolei headquarters on Thursday.
It’s not just cigarette smokers finding themselves with fewer places to light up. With the popularity of electronic — or e-cigarettes — rising, many places are restricting where they can and can’t be used. The latest place? The bus.
NASA’s planet-hunting telescope has discovered two planets that seem like ideal places for some sort of life to flourish. They are just the right size and in just the right place near their star.
Local gas prices are continuing their two-month pattern of barely budging, except in Hilo, according to the AAA Hawaii Weekend Gas Watch.
Zippy’s workers were told the restaurant inside Sears Ala Moana will close in two weeks on April 30.
An Oahu teenager is dead following a skateboarding accident in Hawaii Kai.
After two years without a contract, public school teachers all across the state came eager and ready to seal a deal. On Wednesday, Hawaii State Teachers Association members approved a new contract with a 95 percent vote.
The city council Wednesday passed a bill to ban smoking at all beaches on Oahu which moving through the council. It will still take a few months before it could become law.
Thousands of dentists are in Honolulu right now to talk about the latest techniques for the dreaded root canal.
For several weeks, all patients at Castle Medical Center have had to use the emergency room entrance while the lobby is being refurbished. Finally it’s near completion.
Giving Honolulu’s sidewalks back to the public. That’s how a Honolulu City Councilmember describes a bill passed on Wednesday. It’s now up to the mayor to decide whether to sign the bill, which would give the City the power to immediately remove objects left on sidewalks.
#noonecares. That harsh tweet from University of Hawaii athletic director Ben Jay has sparked a lot of chatter about the poor state of facilities on campus. It’s a story KHON2 first reported on Tuesday, with Jay tweeting about broken urinals, lights out, and vowing to make some of the repairs himself.