Hawaii is number one, according to a new poll asking travelers to identify their dream tourist destination.
A former warehouse turned shopping venue in Kakaako has a new identity.
A civilian defense contractor accused of giving military secrets to a Chinese girlfriend half his age will be entering a guilty plea.
Two men are facing copper theft charges after police arrested them near Nimitz Highway late Tuesday evening.
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Scientists now know what killed a young dolphin found floating off the Big Island.
In a one-on-one interview with KHON2, Honolulu Police Chief Louis Kealoha explained the new tattoo policy, and why he feels it’s necessary, despite some opposition from the rank and file.
No one was injured in a building fire on at the Hawaii Job Corps on Ike Drive on Maui on Tuesday.
KHON2 will explore how often the taser has been used correctly and why some say the taser has benefits to officers, bystanders and even suspects.
Official autopsy results for late state health director Loretta Fuddy reveal she was a poor swimmer and never swam in ocean waters.
This morning, former University of Hawai’i All-American Kolten Wong continued his recent hot streak, scalding a 2nd inning home run to right field in… More »
Former Kamehameha Schools students have stepped forward saying they were sexually abused while they attended the school.
The ultralight crash on Kauai Tuesday that killed both pilot and passenger isn’t the first for owner Birds in Paradise. The company was sued more than four years ago.
Ohana by Hawaiian, Hawaii’s newest interisland operation, launched its inaugural turboprop service to Molokai Tuesday.
A Honolulu man who was cited by police says rules about where you can and cannot be in Waikiki at night are confusing, especially when it comes to a particular pedestrian walkway.
A Honokaa man is scheduled to appear in court Wednesday for allegedly breaking into a tourist’s rental car.