A Hawaii defense contractor accused of being a spy will be released to a halfway house while he waits for his trial.
Hawaii has a new state baseball champion.
The HHSAA Division One state baseball championship game was supposed to have gone down last Saturday on… More »
Low sign-ups are forcing two Oahu public schools to do something they’ve never done before — combine their Project Grad events into one.
The Honolulu Fire Department responded to an apartment fire in Kailua Tuesday night.
KHON2 went to find out if Hawaii offers genetic testing, and at what price.
The fate of an Oahu man accused of killing a woman during a freeway shooting rampage is now in the hands of a jury.
There is no official name for these containers rolled into Kapiolani Park over the weekend. For this venue, they can be converted to stages.
There has been $5 million set aside to help pay artists for their work to be displayed at the 21 rail stations on Oahu.
Business is booming for gun dealers and that means long lines to make it legal. That’s prompted the City Council to push forward on having additional sites to speed up the process. But what about the cost? KHON2 wanted to know how much gun owners are willing to pay for less waiting.
More than 40 dogs were rescued from a home in Halawa Tuesday afternoon. According to the Hawaiian Humane Society, the owner surrendered the animals willingly.
A pair of educators working at the Honolulu Zoo may have a new job. Stephanie Arnie and Charles Lee are both semi-finalists in the mutual of Omaha Wild Kingdom “Wild Guide” contest.
The decision to drop the University of Hawaii Rainbows nickname caused a stir in Manoa and divided the sports community. But one UH fan would not go down without a fight. Steve Chinen was determined to keep the Rainbow nickname alive.
It’s a proposal sure to generate an opinion. The National Transportation Safety Board has recommended that states lower the blood alcohol level for drunk driving. But how would lowering the threshold affect Hawaii courtrooms?
A complaint on Facebook has some in the community outraged. A well-known local musician says he and his family were discriminated against at a luxury Waikiki hotel.
U.S. airlines collected more than $6 billion in baggage and reservation change fees from passengers last year – the highest amount since the fees became common five years ago.
States should cut their threshold for drunken driving by nearly half – from .08 blood alcohol level to 0.5 – matching a standard that has substantially reduced highway deaths in other countries, a U.S. safety board recommends. That’s about one drink for a woman weighing less than 120 lbs., two for a 160 lb. man.
There will be no end of the Rainbow for the University of Hawaii. UH Athletics Director Ben Jay announced Tuesday that starting July 1, Rainbow Warriors will be the official nickname of all seven men’s programs.
Honolulu Police closed two lanes of Nimitz Highway after a car crashed into the shoulder near Sand Island Access Road.
The City medical examiner has confirmed that the driver of a double fatal crash on the Pali Highway earlier this month had been driving drunk.
The future of Thomas Square was the topic of discussion during a community forum Monday night at the Honolulu Museum of Art.
Double dipping is collecting a public pension and a paycheck at the same time. Our investigation reveals who the practice of double dipping costs the most, and the ways it actually can save some departments money.
Angelina Jolie says that she has had a preventive double mastectomy after learning she carried a gene that made it extremely likely she would get breast cancer.
She spent two days in the mountains of Kauai with little food or water. Now, 72-year-old Pam Wilcox Dohrman is safe and sound with her family.
The man accused of going on a shooting rampage that killed one woman and injured two other people will not testify. The defense attorney for Toby Stangel decided not to call him on the witness stand on Monday and instead rested its case.