Police say it happened on Wednesday, Nov. 18, at approximately 5:20 p.m. on Waipahu Street.
The waves were too dangerous for beginners, or even casual swimmers.
Sierra Andrade was arrested and charged for two counts of attempted assault against a police officer.
President Obama called on Muslim Americans to take an active role in fighting terrorism and extremism at home.
The University of Hawaii women’s volleyball team swept Penn State in a high-powered Des Moines Regional Friday at the Iowa Events Center. Th…
The little girl has become a living message of hope, faith, and love.
75% of the liquids studied contain a flavoring chemical linked to “popcorn lung”.
The holidays are a busy time of the year and many would say that shopping is a big part of the holiday tradition. But if you’re not prepared…
The 12th Annual Kea’au Village Lighted Christmas Parade will be held this Saturday at 5:45pm. This year’s theme is “Let it Glow,” as part of…
Jonard Escalante says Keoki Duarte “dropped me on the ground and he choked me really tight and I couldn’t breathe.”
Viewers contacted KHON2 through the Report It feature on our website wanting to know why the drop in oil prices isn’t reflected in airline t…
The online shopping boom is causing brick and mortar stores every where to change the way they do business to bring the bucks.
KHON2 was able to obtain a list of those who attended Thursday’s Aloha Stadium meeting that included federation representatives.
A power line broke off from a utility pole, setting off sparks and then flames that ignited three parked cars parked and blackened a buildin…
With paint peeling and stains on the ceiling, some buildings are starting to show their age on the UH-Manoa campus.
An investigation determined that the fire started near the rear of the garage that was utilized for work and storage.
At Pipeline Tuesday, dozens of people were at the beach getting a look at the waves.
“I thought this guy was dead,” said Andre Botha of pro surfer Evan Geiselman.
The report finds Hawaii falling behind most states in efforts to enact policies that support effective teaching,
Alexander Nebre would take money, sometimes on multiple occasions, for work that he either did not perform or failed to complete.