An elementary school in central Oahu is getting a $33 million upgrade. Hale Kula Elementary School at Schofield Barracks received the money as part of a grant from the Department of Defense and state Department of Education.
They are cute and cuddly, but the dogs at Assistance Dogs of Hawaii are more than just good looking, they are on their way to becoming certified assistance dogs.
A 34-year-old Big Island man received his sentencing after attempting to distribute crystal methamphetamine through the mail.
AAA Hawaii is offering its Tipsy Tow service as a last resort for drivers this Fourth of July. Tipsy Tow provides a driver with a safe ride home for themselves and their vehicle instead of driving while intoxicated.
Nearly seven months after his death, the legacy of Sen. Daniel Inouye lives on. The University of Hawaii at Manoa and the Library of Congress, based in Washington, D.C., want to create the Daniel K. Inouye Project.
KHON2 News earned 10 awards in the 2012 Excellence in Journalism Awards. The contest was held by the Society of Professional Journalists Hawaii Chapter.
Big Island police have closed a portion of Highway 19 near Puu Nani Street in the Waimea area due to a vehicle crash.
Honolulu Police have reopened all lanes on the H-1 Freeway westbound near the Waimalu off ramp following a mud and gravel spill.
With no way out, the 19 elite firefighters did what they were trained to do when trapped by a wildfire: They unfurled their foil-lined, heat-resistant tarps and rushed to cover themselves on the ground. But that last, desperate line of defense couldn’t save the “Hotshot” crew from the flames that swept over them.
Russia’s President Vladimir Putin said Monday that former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden will have to stop leaking U.S. secrets if he wants to get asylum in Russia, but he believes that Snowden has no intention of doing so.
One of two men involved in stabbing a man on Kalakaua Avenue near Kapiolani Park was charged.
In baseball, the dog days of the minors in the middle of the summer have one name, “The Grind”.
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On the night before July 4, there can be up to two people staying overnight to hold a spot at the park and cars are not allowed overnight.
The Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs office on Oahu is open until 10 p.m Sunday, June 30 to take security guard registration applications.
Three men and a 17-year-old girl were sent to the hospital after the accident on Farrington Highway Sunday.
The acrobat was identified as Sarah Guyard-Guillot. She was pronounced dead late Saturday night at a hospital after falling about 50 feet from the show’s stage.
Forestry spokesman Art Morrison says the firefighters were caught by the fire Sunday afternoon near the central Arizona town of Yarnell. He says they were forced to deploy their fire shelters.
The bill will allow city crews to immediately remove personal property deemed “a nuisance” from the sidewalks.
Witnesses describe what happened as something out of a blockbuster movie. The suspect crashed into two police cars during the chase. He later smashed the truck into a tree by the beach and then jumped into the ocean off Waikiki, and was in the water for about 90 minutes before he was finally arrested.
The Honolulu police will conduct DUI checkpoints at unannounced times and locations through the end of August
Maui Police reopened the lanes on Honoapiilani Highway after a motorcycle accident Sunday afternoon.
Beginning Monday, Freeway Service Patrol will be expanding coverage on the H-1 freeway eastward to Ainakoa Avenue in Waialae. The expansion will provide three more miles of coverage area.
At about 11:40 p.m. Saturday night a man took control of a white dump truck with a trailer parked on Kapahulu Avenue just past the Monsarrat split.
Fortnight for Freedom supporters say there are threats to their religious liberty.