Hawaii’s military community is being warned of fake websites designed to steal personal information. The latest scheme consists of a website claiming to be the My Army Benefits website.
A groundbreaking took place at the International Marketplace Monday, kicking off a two-year renovation.
The U.S. Postal Service will commemorate the USS Arizona Memorial by issuing a new Priority Mail Express stamp on March 13.
The Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs will commemorate National Consumer Protection Week from March 2 to 8 by hosting a consumer education fair this Wednesday.
It’s a most wanted list that continues to grow. From brown tree snakes to coqui frogs, many pests have invaded the islands over the years.
Michelle Kay, a Kalakaua Middle science teacher, was surprised Monday as Hawaii’s latest recipient of the prestigious Milken Educator Award. The national award recognizes outstanding excellence in education and includes a $25,000 cash prize.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration is driving ahead with a dramatic reduction in sulfur in gasoline and tailpipe emissions, declaring that cleaner air… More »
Diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder called Edwards syndrome, CopperRose Keona Harai turned one year old a few weeks ago. Her birthday was a momentous occasion because 90 percent of babies like her don’t live past 12 months.
Several University of Hawaii athletes gathered at Kuhio Elementary School Monday for Read Across America Day.
A new National Park Service report for 2012 shows that nearly 1.5 million visitors to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park spent more than $113 million in communities near the park.
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Local casting for ‘Jurassic World’ isn’t over yet. An open call has now been scheduled for Kauai.
A new online extortion cyber threat called CryptoLocker could affect anyone who has a computer, and especially people who use Facebook.
Qualifying families can begin applying for state subsidies to help pay for tuition at licensed Hawaii preschools.
Two people suspected of damaging a glass door at Iolani Palace are in trouble once again. One is behind bars and the other is now wanted by police.
Maui police have reopened Haleakala Crator Road after a downed tree.
A spot in Waikiki that’s been there since the 1950s will soon be a thing of the past.
CrimeStoppers and the Honolulu Police Department have issued a statement that Yoshiki Doi has been found.
After a day filled with rain and high surf, KHON checked up on Rocky Point where a number of homes were threatened by beach erosion.
Hundreds of people braved the wet conditions outside for a chance to be in a movie.
NEW YORK (AP) — The U.S. Geological Service says a magnitude 6.7 earthquake has struck in the East China Sea north of the Japanese… More »
A homeless man is fighting for his life after getting stabbed. The suspect is still on the loose, but police have an idea who it might be.
Investigators are continuing to look into the deadly plane crash on Lanai. All of the remaining debris has now been moved to a secure facility where they can get a better look at the damage.
If you plan on using the H3 freeway this week, just a heads up there will be a lane closure.
Police say a Nissan car heading south on Baldwin Ave. crossed the center line and crashed head-on into a motorcycle.
Just another reminder — police are on the lookout for drunk drivers