A big celebration of Japanese culture is happening at the Honpa Hongwanji on the Pali Highway.
The state Board of Land and Natural Resources approved a scuba spearfishing ban in the waters off West Hawaii on Friday after hours of testimony.
No one was injured in any of the fires which started just after 7 p.m.
This week alone, police made dozens of DUI arrests, including two habitual DUI arrests. The most recent one happened this morning.
It is illegal to ride a bike on the sidewalk in Waikiki and in downtown Honolulu. Violators get a $55 fine.
The Coast Guard suspends its search for a missing fisherman whose kayak was found adrift near Kawaihae, Hawaii Thursday morning.
Police have re-opened two right lanes on the H1 E/B Waiawa overpass in the Pearl City area after a motor vehicle accident was cleared.
James Ilalio is scheduled to be in court on July 5. His bail is set at $100,000.
The Ala Moana area is in for a shake-up and it’s not just the Ewa wing expansion of the state’s largest shopping mall. KHON2 found out Ala Moana’s surrounding streets are also in for an overhaul.
A standing room only crowd overflowed into the halls at the Kalanimoku Building as dozens lined up to share their opinions on a proposal to ban scuba spearfishing in waters off West Hawaii.
As the deadline for security guard registration draws close, the Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs will be open this weekend to receive applications.
A gaping hole in Kaimuki has been fixed for now, but city crews still need to find a permanent solution for the hole that’s six feet deep. The city doesn’t know what created the hole or how to fix it, but they do know there will be lane closures as they look for answers.
A 30-year-old man was rushed to the hospital Friday morning after he nearly drowned in waters off Waikiki.
Real estate mortgage rates are rising, which is a clear sign that the economy is getting better. In fact, rates are now the highest they have been in two years.
Chances are you’ve seen the fruity foil pouches in a cooler at some point. But what Shyenne Dela Rosa’s family found lurking in their pouch of Capri Sun was something hard to stomach.
The Honolulu Zoo parking lot is now fully open to the public following the early completion of a repaving project.
The clock is ticking for Matson and hundreds of union workers as they try to agree to a new contract.
Board of Water Supply crews have completed repairs to a 24-inch water main near Waialae Beach Park in Kahala.
Hawaii Pacific University is preparing for changes in the future and it’s starting by cutting staff.
The number of Hepatitis A infection cases in Hawaii is growing. Two more cases were confirmed in the islands and have been linked to recalled frozen berries sold at Costco.
Board of Water Supply crews are working to repair a broken water main in Pearl City. The two makai-bound lanes of Kaahumanu Street near Waiau District Park remain closed. The mauka-bound lanes of Kaahumanu Street are being contraflowed.
In a press release Friday, the Hawaii State Senate announced changes in their committee lineup to take effect on July 1, 2013.
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The House and its conservative majority are coming under pressure to act after the Senate passed a landmark immigration bill opening the door to U.S. citizenship to millions while pouring billions of dollars into securing the border with Mexico.
City crews uncovered a possible sinkhole in the Kaimuki area Thursday night. It’s on Saint Louis Drive next to City Mill. The hole is about three feet wide and 10 feet deep.
A Big Island man was charged Thursday night after police say he shot a spear gun at a Puna man.
It’s a traffic fine that will cost drivers more than not buckling up. Honolulu Police are reminding drivers not to block intersections and they’re doing it at a known hotspot.