Given the state’s track record, how can the costs be controlled and success guaranteed?
Officials want to hear your ideas on ways to control and eradicate invasive rodents and mongooses, which they say is necessary to protect na…
The 48-year-old was battling stage-4 cancer and died Thursday surrounded by family and friends.
When you’re in your retirement years and are on a fixed income, how do you protect what you have left?
It happened on Feb. 3, at approximately 3:55 a.m., on Farrington Highway near Piliokahi Street.
The 71-year-old suffers from dementia and other medical conditions that require daily medication.
When a follow-up inspection was conducted, the yellow placard placed at the entrance of the facility during the previous inspection was not …
Police were asking drivers to avoid the area.
It happened at about 10:30 a.m. in the area near the Ford Island bridge and the National Park Service Pearl Harbor Visitor Center.
The UFC has postponed plans to book Penn until more details are determined.
The 2016 Wounded Warrior Pacific Trials are poised to be the largest adaptive sports event ever hosted by the Navy.
Board of Water Supply crews are responding to an 8-inch water main break in the McCully area. The incident was reported at about 4:30 a.m. T…
Honolulu police and officials from The Queen’s Medical Center organized a safety event on the King Street protected bike lane.
The rocks are covering part of the lookout itself as well as the entrance to a trail that KHON2 is told is popular among hikers and bikers.
He also sat down with KHON2 to talk about his fight against cancer.
HomeAid Hawaii announced it will be helping fund three new projects which will help youth outreach.
About a dozen hikers on Kauai are safe on Wednesday after bad weather trapped them on the Na Pali Coast overnight.
Compared to regular probation, HOPE has more supervision, immediate consequences for violations, but also incentives for following the terms…
Maui resident Katie Sheppard captured an unforgettable underwater performance.
This summer, the radio waves from legendary University of Hawaii baseball announcer Don Robbs will reach shore.