Two schools on Molokai are much cooler now thanks to a sixth-grader.
LEI connects students with government and industry leaders, and offers tours of participating hotels, and cultural training.
What happens to those who file claims against the company, and who ends up paying them?
Patients are urged to review mammograms with their health care provider to determine if a retest is required.
A power company official has come forward to the rail authority, saying critical clearance issues are not being addressed in upcoming segmen…
Celebrity guests include voice actors from American and Japanese animation, artists, YouTubers, and musical acts from Japan and the U.S.
Twenty-seven recruits graduated from basic training, and will begin their careers as correctional officers in facilities across the state.
The last time that there was a decrease in the price of postage was in July 1919.
The names of the selected licensees are expected to be announced by April 15. However, the state said Friday recent developments could delay…
Drought conditions have expanded and intensified during the past month in all four counties.
He was described to be 20 to 30 years old, 5 feet 7 inches tall and 170 pounds, with black hair and a mustache.
The fire broke out at around 10 a.m. at Moku-Lani Apartments at 1716 Keeaumoku Street.
The price change affects 37 percent of U.S. subscribers.
He told sports director Rob DeMello that the Hawaii fans and how he has been treated over the years would play a factor in his decision to r…
April is child abuse prevention month. To bring attention to that Parents and Children Together, or PACT, is holding a sign waving event in …
KHON2 has heard from drivers who say the earliest appointment available is two months from now.
A new, state-of-the-art football stadium was supposed to be completed in June, but the Department of Education says it will take longer to f…
FHH had been working with the state’s examination team prior to the 2015 annual filing but had missed several key deadlines.
She describes the finale as an “end to something amazing and incredible that changed so many people’s lives.”
“We want to make it clear that we’re against discrimination and we’re not going to spend Honolulu taxpayer resources on going to states wher…