Acting on a tip, KHON2 investigated the loss of millions of gallons of water from the state’s Waiahole Ditch water system.
Both incidents took place at about 8 a.m. near Fort Street Mall; the first on South King Street, the second on Bishop Street.
A parent told KHON2 that his seventh-grade daughter was the victim and says there could be more.
Workers were out Wednesday painting directional arrows, bike symbols and, in some stretches, striped a center line on the marked green lane.
Police recovered 40 pounds of lychee valued at $180.
The weekly North Shore event was named by “Cooking Light” magazine as one of America’s 50 best farmers markets.
Officials said the ZipMobile suffered a small electrical fire in the vehicle’s engine that temporarily disabled its drive functions near the…
Three Special Olympics Hawaii athletes have been selected to participate in the 2015 World Summer Games in Los Angeles.
A lawyer for the World Triathlon Corporation said company officials are admitting no wrongdoing.
The excavator was parked atop a 16 foot flatbed trailer at the time.
Members said they wanted to wait for the outcome of the state Attorney General’s investigation before making any recommendations regarding p…
Sharie Souza of the Honolulu Police Department Criminal Investigation Division will answer this week’s questions from a viewer. Question: Wh…
A 14-year-old boy is facing an assault charge after allegedly hitting a Department of Education employee. The incident happened at about 8 a…
Two suspects remain on the loose after an alleged armed robbery at the Hale Noelani apartments at UH Manoa.
A Windward Oahu fisherman’s catch could land him behind bars.
Their attorney says smoke was apparent even before the plane took off, and taking off was a bad choice that led to a traumatic experience.
A limited benefit run of 11 performances is scheduled at Hawaii Theatre June 18-28.
Through community feedback, officials are looking into many options for the space, namely a volleyball center, dog park, playground, art inc…
HEI says enough shareholders failed to vote, preventing them from reaching a 75-percent super-majority, which is required under Hawaii law.
Police said the rider, a 28-year-old woman from Kaneohe, was speeding southbound when she lost control.