Call it a sign of car thieves getting desperate. Now even your back bumper can be taken and in some cases, it’s easy to do. Experts say pickup trucks are the likely targets.
The clock is ticking for the company and crewmembers to reach a new contract. But with 10 days left, the union says talks are severely stalled.
Joe Moore is one of the stars in a play he co-wrote called “Heaven Forbid.” His co-star is Anna Pearce, but you may know her better as Patty Duke.
Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell hosted a celebration for the long-awaited reopening of the city’s McCully Pool on Thursday. It’s something McCully area residents have wanted for seven years while the community pool was being fixed.
During a recent underwater adventure off Kona, a group of ocean explorers captured the majestic voices of humpback whales using 24 GoPro cameras.
A Hawaii-based restaurant continues to expand in Asia. L & L announced that it opened its first store in China over the weekend.
The state Department of Labor and Industrial Relations says Hawaii’s unemployment rate dropped to 4.7 percent in May.
Some Hawaii residents will soon receive a check in the mail thanks to the Affordable Care Act.
The Department of Land and Natural Resources has reopened Kekaha Kai State Park on the Big Island after a man was attacked by a shark on Tuesday.
Local gas prices mostly declined in the surveyed areas compared to last week, according to the AAA Hawaii Weekend Gas Watch.
An 8-year-old boy is in serious condition after falling down a trash chute in Kalihi Wednesday evening.
A 29-year-0ld man is in serious condition following a single-vehicle crash in East Oahu.
Crewmembers in charge of sailing Matson ships are nearing a deadline to reach a new contract. KHON2 learned Wednesday night that if both sides don’t have a deal by July 1, the workers can walk off the job.
The makai curbside lane on Kapiolani Boulevard will be closed between University Avenue and Date Street from Wednesday through Tuesday, June 25 for construction of new bus pads.
Thefts and burglaries are a growing problem for Kailua residents. In many cases, thieves get away before the victims even realized what has happened. However, in one recent case, the suspect didn’t get away thanks to an unlikely hero.
Government budget-making has turned political this year at Honolulu Hale, and it’s leaving hundreds of city workers in doubt about what happens to their jobs in just a matter of weeks.