A big reason for the problems is that many of these units have been sitting vacant over the summer.
Officials are asking residents to be prepared because there’s greater potential for flooding and mudslides.
Those interviewed said they just plan on moving further back into the encampment.
City officials want your opinion on it, especially considering the mixed reviews the King Street bike lane seemed to get.
The Mission San Miguel was discovered lying on its side at a depth of 80 feet on Maro Reef.
Ignacio has the ability to cause widespread damage across the state.
It was due to another water main break Saturday, just about a day after a previous rupture in the same area.
Evidence showed that Davelyn Mahi stole hundreds of mail items and recovered credit cards and other property over at least a six-month perio…
It’s closed in both directions from Liliha Street to Burbank Street.
Updated list of school, trail, facility, and park closures around the state.
Additional closure days are needed to complete the removal of the existing asphalt road, lay the gravel base course, and repave the one-mile…
Repair crews are working on a 16-inch break on Maluhia Street.
You’ll need your umbrella Friday. A flash flood watch remains in effect until 6 p.m. Friday night. Talk to a lifeguard before heading out on…
With the two major storms approaching, KHON2 wanted to know what the city and state are doing to help the homeless.
A study done by the University of Hawaii may have you think twice about playing in the sand.
To find out Always Investigating went right to the source at the Sand Island Wastewater Treatment facility.
KHON2’s camera was the only one there as the suspect 19-year-old Brandon Horton was brought into HPD’s main cellblock.
The sweeps will be done on a gradual basis, instead of all at once, moving people out and into shelters as space becomes available.
An email from student housing services suggested boiling water beforehand for cleaning and bathing purposes.
Raising tourism taxes or property taxes would help bring on the necessary upgrades to the island’s systems.