Here are answers to the basic questions on the process for electing the president of the United States.
A Kalihi home was damaged by a fire Tuesday afternoon.
KHON2’s political expert says he still has a good chance of being elected into office.
She sat down with KHON2 to discuss her accomplishments, why the Board of Education would not renew her contract, and what may lie ahead.
A large-scale irrigation project began Tuesday to upgrade the current aging system with technologically efficient advances.
The victim is described as a 34-year-old man believed to be from the Westside.
It’s expected to provide relief to motorists traveling in South Kona.
City offices will be closed Tuesday, Nov. 8.
The state says the locks promote rusting and will weaken the safety fencing.
The $11.9 million project was completed in September, and includes some high-tech updates.
On Tuesday, Quiksilver offered up a solution that would not require any legal loopholes.
The decision, made by five men and seven women, declared Kenoi not guilty on all counts.
Blank ammunition and explosive simulators will occur during daytime and nighttime hours.
The first occurred at around 9:25 a.m. on the Kalihi side of the tunnel, the second around 10:35 a.m. in Kailua-bound lanes.
She apparently hit a vehicle which ejected her from the bike and reportedly landed on her head.
He has been identified as Samuel Gusman, 33, of Wailuku.
He lost control of his vehicle and struck a utility pole.
At many points along the way, ballots could end up in limbo.
Officials say they were in a crosswalk when they were hit.
Officials say the fire may have been started intentionally as police received reports of a suspicious black truck in the area.