Lifeguards around the state were kept busy as large south shore surf rolled in Saturday.
A sick and injured monk seal that was spotted on the sand in Kalaupapa, Molokai has been captured.
Honolulu police have re-opened all lanes of Kaukonahua Road in Waialua after a car crash Saturday morning.
Signs warning people about contaminated water at Keehi Lagoon will be taken down Monday although the state hasn’t figured out what’s causing a high spike in bacteria.
The Castle family has owned land in Kailua for more than a hundred years, and is one of Hawaii’s top land owners. But the Castle family is now looking into the possibility of selling its commercial real estate properties
An inert grenade was found in a checked bag at Honolulu International Airport.
Ivanice “Ivy” Harris was last seen early Thursday morning in Waikiki.
After high profile escapes to suicides and even a murder behind bars, Hawaii’s prison system is under the microscope which prompted a new era of training for prison guards.
With Hawaii’s appetite for new cars growing, what’s the City’s plan to make sure drivers don’t run out of license plates for those vehicles?
It’s the first big swell of the summer season and there was not a south shore break that was empty.
Kaneohe Ranch, the company that manages the Castle family’s real estate holdings, is taking a hard look at the future of the properties.
The big waves near Mala Wharf in Lahaina capsized three sailboats after they broke free from their moorings.
After months of waiting, Ala Moana Center shoppers have received an answer. General Growth Properties announced that Bloomingdale’s will be taking over the space now filled by Sears.
Gov. Neil Abercrombie issued a proclamation designating May 19 to 25, National Emergency Medical Services Week.
Books and music lovers of all ages are invited to the Honolulu Hale Civic Center Grounds for the 8th Annual Hawaii Book & Music Festival.
The 10th Annual Honolulu Triathlon is set for Sunday. In addition to a change of course, competitors will also notice a change in security.
The first major construction of the new Queen’s Medical Center West starts on Monday. It’s a $73 million expansion and remodel of the old Hawaii Medical Center West.
Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell is inviting all U.S. military members and their families to visit the Honolulu Zoo for free on Military Appreciation Day.
For a second day, hundreds of people packed the Hawaiian Humane Society in hopes of drawing one of the lucky numbers to adopt a recently rescued Pomeranian.
Powerball officials say the jackpot has climbed to an estimated $600 million, making it the largest prize in the game’s history and the world’s second largest lottery prize.
Search and rescue crews on the Big Island have suspended the search for a missing Honoka’a man.
General Growth Properties and Bloomingdale’s has announced plans to open a 167,000-square-foot store at Ala Moana Center .
The University of Hawaii Board of Regents agreed to give the Athletic Department a fresh start, zeroing out millions in debt after sports lost money for years. But KHON2 found that will not be a one-time cost to the campus because sports will continue to rely on operational subsidies.
For the first time, University of Hawaii Athletics Director Ben Jay shared the personal reason behind his decision to put the word “Rainbow” back into mens’ sports. At first, he wasn’t sure if he wanted to open up, but he did.