A surveillance camera captured a man slowly slipping a golf club down his pants, then covering the top with his shirt.
A family financial feud and a mailbox caper said by some to be theft, by others to be a frame job, started it all.
Members say there could be some drastic changes, or they will need to ask for more money.
Trucker Dukes was diagnosed with stage IV neuroblastoma when he was just 19 months old.
Residents of a condominium complex have fallen victim to this six times since 2013.
Officials say this will be the university’s first project to be built through a design-build process, versus the normal design-bid-build-pro…
Crews will be removing the existing one-lane bridge and constructing a new bridge of similar size and aesthetic qualities.
Workers will be passing out leaflets claiming unfair treatment of workers, such as intimidation, surveillance, and termination.
The increase is part of a three-year incremental plan to meet national standards for parks with similar visitor amenities.
As the City and County of Honolulu celebrates National Emergency Medical Services Week, a Honolulu man thanked the Good Samaritans and first…
Hawaii residents have been receiving their fair share of these phone calls.
The program helps qualifying low- and moderate-income families send their children to preschool by providing child care subsidies to the fam…
Honolulu police are responding to an accident on Farrington Highway. The incident was reported just after 6 a.m. Monday on the highway near …
Hawai’i’s congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard and congressman Mark Takai were also there to witness the arrival.
Police Week is observed around the nation as a time to honor and remember law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty.
With the blood bank needing 150 to 200 people to donate every day, they’re making sure to take every precaution to keep the blood supply saf…
KHON2’s Justin Cruz was the alumnus speaker.
More than 200 participated, all to encourage people to ride bikes for shorter trips.
Sixty-four law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty while serving the people of Hawaii, dating back to 1903, are being honored.
Lane closure schedules may change at any time without further notice. All projects are weather permitting.