KHON2’s own Sam Spangler and Howard Dashefsky opened the game as the alumni team battery. Spangler worked 2 innings.
Investigators will likely ask all the drivers involved in the crash to voluntarily provide their phones so they can check call and text data…
Alexander Nebre, 48, was arrested Tuesday, March 24, in Las Vegas by the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force.
Honolulu police have opened a murder investigation after a 63-year-old woman was beaten in her Ewa Beach home last week. She died Friday.
If House Bill 321 passes, Hawaii will establish a system of medical marijuana dispensaries and production centers.
He was found in an area called Rice Bowls or 7th Hole that fronts the Kahuku Golf Course.
All the recalls are expected to begin March 13.
The team will go on to represent Hawaii at the national competition in Seattle in April.
The 21 miles a day on foot began 10 years ago when his old car broke down. Still, he never missed a day of work.
Shipping companies and terminal operators are telling dock workers to stay home this weekend.
New work begins on Kamehameha Highway near the Acacia Road intersection.
Speed and alcohol do not appear to be factors in the accident.
The State Capitol in downtown Honolulu is a local landmark, but a viewer reached out to KHON2 when he spotted something wrong.
HPD is required by law to report its electric gun usage to the legislature every year.
HMSA says some of its members’ personal information may have been swiped in a cyber attack on Anthem Inc.
This year’s theme is “Island Style: Carnival No Kai Oi,” and along with the usual rides, games, food and crafts, there are a few new feature…
Officials are testing water samples to try and determine their cause of death.
Some say multi-track school kids don’t get as much as single track students, but the big obstacle, as always, is money, because more classro…
February is National Children’s Dental Health Month.
Investigators now believe the hackers somehow compromised the credentials of five different tech workers, possibly through some kind of “phi…