The Army is advising motorists to be alert and drive with care as the 25th Infantry Division conducts a series of convoys from Pearl Harbor to Sand Island Tuesday.
The National Weather Service has continued the wind advisory for Lanai and Kahoolawe, in effect until 6 p.m. Tuesday.
A new research shows taking an occasional afternoon nap could be sleeping your way to an early grave.
The anniversary has started with a wreath-laying ceremony at the site of the explosions Tuesday morning.
Lower U.S. gasoline prices kept consumer inflation in check last month, helping offset higher costs for food and clothing.
On Monday, Google updated their terms of service to specifically state that user content will be scanned for targeted advertising.
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The Coast Guard is searching for a male crewmember reported overboard from a container ship approximately 805 miles northeast of Oahu, Monday.
There are several viewing parties on Oahu including one at Kapiolani park.
The state Clean Water Branch was notified of 4,600 gallons waste water at the US Coast Guard Base at Sand Island.
Testimony is being taken for a new city law regulating food trucks.
Honolulu police are investigating two burglaries at UH Manoa.
A Maui woman is dead after she was hit by a vehicle in Lahaina Monday afternoon.
Lawmakers participated in a talent show called Capitol Idol — their version of Fox’s American Idol.
Google Glass helped take students from three Oahu schools and one school in Mexico on a virtual field trip to Hawaii Island.
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According to the Urban Dictionary, the term “Cowboy Up” is described as exemplifying toughness and determination. Those are two traits that easily paint the picture for University of Hawaii Freshman Defensive Back, Keelan Ewaliko.
Following up on a story KHON2 brought you last night.
Police are still looking for the suspects in a brazen car theft in Kailua…. More »
In Moiliili, a pole came down on Hausten Street.
However this was not caused by the wind like the massive kiawe branch in Manoa…. More »
One of the largest ancient Native Hawaiian fishponds in the state was nearly destroyed because of neglect. Thanks to volunteers it is alive again.
University of Hawaii officials say it was the strong wind that brought down this massive kiawe tree branch in front of Crawford Hall at… More »