Titan Lacaden has been obsessed with football ever since he was a “little” boy.
Waialae Bowl closed in 2008, but was basically left untouched.
Seven people were chosen as living treasures for their depth of knowledge in Native Hawaiian culture and practices.
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John Veneri has been a part of the show from the very beginning, both in front of and behind the camera.
Father’s Day is almost here and we have gift ideas from our resident geeks Francine and PJ. They give us their top “tech” picks for Dad.
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Authorities say Jones owns or co-owns 13 massage parlors from Naples to Tallahassee.
Many homes have alarm systems, and that is an opportunity for someone to take advantage of you.
Budding young chefs in a nationally recognized culinary arts program say they’re game for competing with the best that Waikiki has to offer.
Sonny and Rose Aquino say they’re grateful to be alive, and are asking drivers to slow down before tragedy strikes another family.
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Hawaii’s leading high schools and brightest student athletes received top honors at the HMSA Kaimana Awards and scholarship luncheon. It’s o…
The appeals court’s unanimous ruling likely means this battle will end up in our nation’s highest court, and Hawaii’s attorney general says …
Damage from the fire is estimated to be $326,400.
It will take place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the shopping center’s Queen Court.
Lane closure schedules may change at any time without further notice. All projects are weather permitting.
As if finals week at Oregon State University weren’t tough enough for the junior duo of Kailua’s KJ Harrison and Mililani’s Christian “C-Boy…
Both store owners told KHON2 the suspects they encountered wore masks and were very quick.
Thanks to the power of social media, the Pacheco family has their lost heirloom back with them.