Dozens stood for a final salute as the procession passed in front of the Honolulu Police Department’s Alapai headquarters.
Even though the Medicare Advantage and PDP Annual Enrollment Period ended December 7, some people may still be eligible for what is known as…
This Saturday at 10 am they’re inviting everyone down to their Innovation Center to talk about powering their homes with solar energy.
Changing careers with the right education program with the Teacher Education Program at Leeward Community College.
The Hawaiian Telcom Tech Check question of the day is: What type of airline passenger annoys you?
His concluding news conference comes amid a flurry of last-minute activity.
10% of the plastic we use yearly ends up in the ocean. That’s equivalent to 700 billion plastic bottles. However, small steps by many people…
Inspiring kids to be engaged around the environment and to become leaders and stewards of our state. That’s what a new challenge is all abou…
Hawaii lawmakers got to work Wednesday morning on opening day of the 2017 Legislative session.
What you need to know to prevent it happening to you.
There are a number of security cameras in Waikiki and Chinatown that are in need of repair, and someone to watch them.
The head of the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency says changes need to be made for the sake of public safety.
The city is auctioning off more abandoned and unwanted vehicles.
The cause is still under investigation, but police do not suspect foul play.
Kurt Taylor Jr. is one of a select few prospects from the continent not of Polynesian decent who was invited to play in the game.
We spoke with a labor attorney to find out what the chief is entitled to as part of his employment agreement.
They say there are only about three chickens or roosters in the area, but they’re making enough noise that residents want them gone.
KHON2 looks forward to offering even more local content to better serve our community in 2017 and beyond.
The former Army intelligence analyst was serving time for leaking more than 700,000 classified government and military documents to WikiLeak…
Computer equipment valued in excess of $200 had been stolen from a county office.