Throughout the month of March, more than 126 Hawaii restaurants will offer at least one special dish made with a locally grown, caught or ra…
Dustin Moises, who was 30 at the time, claimed he was told he was too young to have such a high position and salary at the Department of Wat…
In today’s Savvy Shopper, we head to Pearlridge Center for the latest trends in fitness wear and workout gear!
May’s Hawaii Chef Ryan Day and Sarah Nguyen join us from Hawaii’s Kitchen.
Every Thursday, Dr. Kalani Brady from the John A. Burns School of Medicine answers your viewer questions.
This community outreach program helps non-profit and community groups with building awareness by providing them with free advertising space …
It’s the Hawaiian community’s biggest event of the year and everyone’s invited!
The Tech Check question of the day is: What was your favorite cartoon growing up?
ISPs now must act in the “public interest” when providing a mobile connection to your home or phone, under rules approved by a divided FCC.
An inmate who was allowed to leave Oahu Community Correctional Center so he could go to work was caught mid-act and arrested for burglary.
Three juveniles are facing robbery charges in connection with an incident in the Ala Moana area.
Car thieves watch out! There’s new technology out there and it’s aimed at finding stolen vehicles.
Some folks looking to enjoy a walk on the beach in Waikiki are running into a bit of a detour these days courtesy of Mother Nature
Members of the Rainbow Warrior basketball team were in West Oahu to visit bedridden Pearl City freshman student Tristian “TJ” Fernandez.
Less than two weeks after Lewis Powell left for his alma mater of Utah, the University of Hawaii has promoted one of its own to take over as…
After months of research, Always Investigating found out how many investigations into harassment on campus involve people on the UH payroll.
He became a fan favorite thanks to his story of making it to college football despite an unstable childhood.
Hawaiian Electric is telling some Big Island solar applicants that their applications cannot be approved while it waits for the PUC’s decisi…
Providers of the popular A+ program say they can’t afford to pay the higher wages and either parents or taxpayers will have to pay more.
A viewer contacted KHON2’s Action Line asking about a section of Namahana Street where people continue to park and get ticketed.