Maui police arrested a man Thursday morning on numerous drug charges.
Honolulu police are looking for three men who brandished a gun and robbed a business in Waipio.
The popular Chevron gas station near Honolulu Airport closed on Friday night. The property will become part of the Lagoon Drive rail station.
Beautiful women walked the catwalk on Friday in a fashion show to benefit the Hawaiian Humane Society.
Starting Monday, a city contractor will remove one tree near Pensacola Street and another one near South Street.
There will be lane closures along the 20-mile rail route next week. Drivers can expect to see crews doing work in Kapolei, Pearl City, Aiea, around Aloha Stadium, and in town.
Rescue crews airlifted a hunter to safety Friday morning after he got lost in a forest in Pahoa.
A man accused of harassing people in Manoa has many residents on edge. After several run-ins were reported, community members are banding together.
Ala Moana has scaled down its plans to work at night with the hope of getting the state’s approval. The proposal does take out some of the elements that riled up area residents, but some of them still say that any construction at night is more than they’re willing to put up with.
For several hours Thursday night, police shut down the north-bound lanes of the H-2 Freeway near the Meheula Pkwy. overpass. No one mentioned what really happened, though it was known that someone jumped from the overpass and died.
We’re learning more about a hit-and-run case in Waianae that left a man in critical condition. Witnesses say Henry Akuna was run over twice by a vehicle being driven by Miguel Torres.
Beginning Monday, March 3, the road test portions of the Commercial Driver License (CDL) test and the Motorcycle Driver License skills test will be moving to a temporary location at the Hawaii Department of Transportation’s Kaneohe Baseyard.
It was a close call for three dogs running loose on the freeway Friday.
Kauai residents woke up Friday morning to a torrent of rain, thunder and lightning. It made things very scary for students, staff and faculty at Waimea High School just before 10 a.m.
Scientists report Kilauea’s Kahaualea 2 flow is still active northeast of Pu’u ‘O’o crater. A time-lapse sequence of activity shows rapid fluctuations in the height of the lava pond.
Three right lanes will be closed on the H-1 Freeway in the east-bound direction between the H-1/H-2 merge and the Pearlridge/Waimalu off-ramp on Sunday.
Students from Aiea Intermediate got a lesson in city government and community service Friday morning. Classes were held outdoors at the Blaisdell Park in Aiea.
Here’s something you don’t see everyday. Maui resident Jen Tom got up close to a praying mantis in Kaanapali just moments after it had shed its skin and snapped this photo.
The man accused of hitting another man with his car and dragging him several blocks is due in court Friday morning.
A Marine accused of killing a prostitute will head to court on the week of April 21.
There won’t be any electronic devices used at Kaneohe Marine Corps Base on Saturday. There will be a scheduled power outage from 6 a.m. – 6 p.m.
KHON2 has an update to a story that aired Wednesday night about Maui County’s Missing Persons website which no longer exists. Maui County spokesman Rod Antone says it was the county’s decision to take it down.
A new iPhone app is causing controversy among native Hawaiians and island residents. The app is called hula but it has nothing to do with the Hawaiian dance.
Last week KHON2′s Always Investigating got some promises of change to help track and deter sex assaults on the UH Manoa campus. Since that report, KHON2 learned some of the things already in place to help are falling short.
A deadly case of the flu has been reported in Waipahu. The state Dept. of Health says the person who died was one of several patients at a dialysis center who contracted the influenza virus.
First, we helped University of Hawaii West Oahu students get their money back. After our story aired last month, UH is now taking steps to make sure this doesn’t happen again at any of its campuses.