The musical features more than two dozen students from 10 public schools, as well as Kaimuki High School alumni.
Canadian-born Paul Turnbull says he was inspired to study for the U.S. naturalization exam last spring by his daughter Gabi’s enthusiasm for…
The East Tower will be a 37-floor, 246-unit structure when it opens in 2017 on Kalaimoku Street, near Luxury Row.
It said “Chief Kealoha has succeeded in ensuring public safety while effectively addressing controversial issues.”
The mayor also addresses road and park improvement concerns.
A study showed that there are more than 46 million cars and trucks on U.S. roads with unrepaired safety recalls.
President Barack Obama officially designated Honouliuli Internment Camp as a national monument during a signing ceremony at the White House.
It’s a problem that’s happening at public housing properties across the island: people entering onto property who don’t belong there.
Police are investigating the death of a visitor from Oregon.
The Board of Water Supply’s board of directors agreed to spend half a million dollars to figure out how to remove the illegal hiking trail.
Malls in Hawaii tell KHON2 security is always a top priority, threat or no threat.
A program that allows retired law enforcement officers to carry a concealed firearm is drawing controversy at the state Capitol.
The tree, which fell just past the tunnels, is not currently blocking any lanes. Officials say weather may have been a factor.
Two males pried open a storage shed, removed some items and left the scene.
Family, friends and fans of the Toyota Hawaii Facebook page can vote for their favorite entries until March 15.
Milken Educator Award winner Jana Fukada has taught at the elementary school for seven years and is now a curriculum coach for grades K-2.
The state is launching Hawaii Smiles, a new dental surveillance program, at 64 public and charter schools across the state.
A 31-year-old Puna man is in police custody on $1 million bail for meth trafficking and other drug and weapons charges.
A suspicious-looking man was spotted on school grounds.
The Harvard Bright Ideas awards program recognizes and promotes excellence and creativity in the public sector.