Faith Kalei-Imaizumi was critically injured after she was hit by a boat propeller during the Pailolo Challenge last Saturday.
She was previously arrested in 2010 after burglarizing an apartment and a truck, according to police.
The Kahuku Red Raiders marching band was among the more than 50 groups that participated in Saturday’s parade.
A commemorative elongated copper cent featuring the USS Arizona Memorial is being given away free at the door while supplies last.
The 55-year-old man who was brought to shore was declared dead at the hospital.
“T-Rex Planet” features over 40 life-size, realistic animatronic dinosaurs.
The police also released an account of what they say happened, and photos of a gun, ankle holster and a marijuana “blunt” they say Scott had…
The hearts of those who died from drug overdoses are helping save lives of very sick patients.
A destructive Pacific-wide tsunami is not expected and there is no tsunami threat to Hawaii.
Police have arrested two males in connection with the incident.
Beginning Monday night, all lanes of the H-1 freeway will be shut down in the east-bound direction between the Campbell Industrial Park off-…
KHON2’s questions prompted the state labor department to launch an investigation into a dialysis clinic in Ewa Beach.
Arcan Cetin was arrested Saturday evening. He said nothing and appeared “zombie-like” when he was taken into custody.
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The 1-3 University of Hawaii football team is using its bye week, the first the program has had since 2014, to hit the reset button.
The National Weather Service says the stream gauge at Wailuku River stopped working the night the flash flood hit.
Honolulu prosecutor Keith Kaneshiro spoke openly about the case, because it’s now closed.
The video, recorded by the man’s wife and released Friday by his family, does not indicate whether Keith Lamont Scott had a gun.
Workers combed the beach near Makai Research Pier looking for anything that may have been missed.
He entered the Hawaii National Bank located at 98-1268 Kaahumanu Street, handed the teller a note, and said that he had a weapon.