Noel Kawano told KHON2 he was riding in the lane when a car turned into the driveway and he went flying.
A large north, northwest swell will linger through the night and lower gradually on Saturday.
That’s the question swirling around Facebook about a photo Vanessa Hicks, a Virginia Beach photographer and Navy veteran, posted to her page…
Regarding the Army force restructuring and possible impacts in Hawaii, he said he felt the worst case scenario would impact the economy by $…
Master Chef Roy Yamaguchi’s newest restaurant, ‘Eating House 1849’ on Kauai is participating in the month-long campaign.
The First Hawaiian International Auto Show starts tomorrow at the Hawaii Convention Center
Anthony Simoneau pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter and faces 11 years in prison.
“See ya in a Kia!”
Every Thursday, Dr. Kalani Brady from the John A. Burns School of Medicine answers your viewer questions.
The Tech Check question of the day is: What is your favorite song?
A 28-year-old Aiea man is expected in court Thursday in connection with a jewelry theft case.
Board of Water Supply crews have completed repairs to a four-inch water main break in the Waikiki area.
While some states offer various compensation for people who have been wrongfully imprisoned, here in Hawaii there is no such thing.
Late Wednesday, KHON2 found out a multimillion-dollar contract is getting the ax, all because two companies, AECOM and URS, merged last fall…
The University of Hawai’i softball team (17-10, 0-0 Big West) fell to Western Illinois, 3-2 to open the Hawai’i Pacific Health Rainbow Wahin…
Tuesday’s water main break caused extensive damage to a Hawaiian Telcom manhole, cable and ducts.
University of Hawai’i women’s tennis player Cindy Nguyen struck down the nation’s No. 21-ranked player in three sets to earn the Big West Co…
The University of Hawai’i men’s basketball team heads to California for the 2015 Big West Tournament, Mar. 12-15, at the Honda Center. The N…
Tourism officials presented their 2015 spring marketing updates Wednesday at the Hawaii Convention Center.
The committee voted 5-2 against Carleton Ching to chair the department. The nomination now heads to the full Senate.