It acknowledged the poor timing of their announcement on April Fools Day, but insisted that they are serious about the proposal.
Police are once again pleading for the public’s help in finding a priceless pair of boxing gloves.
Nearly 200 executives gathered in Waikiki on Friday to make a difference.
The University of Hawai’i men’s volleyball team dropped the opener of a pivotal two-match Mountain Pacific Sports Federation series with No.…
The University of Hawai’i softball team opened the 2016 Big West Conference season with a 4-1 win over UC Davis at La Rue Field on Friday af…
Out of 256 public schools statewide, the Department of Education says 24 of them are considered to be in tsunami evacuation zones.
He was responsible for well over 20 pounds of methamphetamine being brought from California to Hawaii.
Technology has changed so much over the last 20 years that the team is able to determine if there is a tsunami threat within minutes.
Repairs were made in November 2014 after cracks were found in the columns.
Whether the school sells the property, leases it out, or continues to use it, there are restrictions in place.
Consumer Credit Counseling Services of Hawaii will close at the end of June.
The orders came from across the globe even though the car isn’t scheduled for sale until late in 2017.
Initial reports indicate a shotgun and handgun were involved.
Take a step back in time to old Waikiki with these beautiful and comfortable slippers from Island Slippers. They’re part of the “Island Lei …
State and local officials, including those from Hawaii, gathered at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention headquarters in Atlanta.
“Sam Choy’s in the Kitchen” is back, this Sunday at 6:30pm, right here on KHON! Watch Chef Sam show a family how to turn leftovers into an e…
The Mom Made Market is in Hawaii! The two-day event is all about supporting and encouraging moms and their businesses. Kim Cross tells us a…
The earliest the zoo can reapply for accreditation is March 1, 2017.
Google’s April Fools’ prank made a lot of users very angry.
HONOLULU Magazine is back with their annual “Grading Public Schools,” issue that looks into the issues that face all our public school stude…