A suspect was fatally shot Thursday during an apparent police operation at the Century Center building on Kalakaua Avenue.
A bill that won tentative approval from the City Council Budget Committee on Wednesday would allow a group of neighbors to petition for a restricted parking zone.
Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a male suspect who is wanted for attempting to kidnap a girl in Kapolei on Wednesday.
The Honolulu Police Department is officially in the fray, taking on the #LipSyncChallenge. HPD officers — some burly, some veteran and even one with graceful hula hands — have posted their official video “Serving and Protecting with ALOHA.”
PARK(ing) Day brings ‘parklet’ pop-ups to Honolulu: For downtown drivers looking for street parking on Friday, there will be eight fewer spaces as Honolulu citizens and businsses participate in PARK(ing) Day 2018.
An 80-year-old Waikiki man is in stable condition tonight after he apparently drove his car through a second-story parking garage railing and landed on the ground level.
The Kokonut Koalition, the community group advocating for maintenance and repairs to Koko Crater stairs in Hawaii Kai, has launched a GoFundMe campaign, with the goal of raising $10,000.
Hawaii’s unemployment rate remained at 2.1 percent in August for the third straight month amid continued strength in the state’s labor market.
Hawaii’s cauliflower coral is under consideration as a threatened or endangered species, according to the Center for Biological Diversity, a national non-profit which is petitioning for it to be listed.
Mina's Fish House & StripSteak Team Up for I`a & I`o - Surf & Turf Dinner
Aloha Plate, winner of the Food Network's "The Great Food Truck Race", season four, is popping up at Pearlridge parking lot (outside of TJ Maxx) every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Trade winds to gradually return to the islands Friday after oppressively high humidity: The trades are returning tomorrow and it couldn't come soon enough.
A man accused of killing his girlfriend and dumping her body in Wahiawa has been granted supervised release. 21-year-old Kaniala Avilla-Rapoza is charged with murder in the death of 19-year-old Nelibeth Albert back in May.
The VA Pacific Island Health Care System hosts a health care job fair on Oct. 11 at the Oahu Veterans Center from 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. The VA is hiring nurses, medical support assistants, program support assistants, and more.
Honolulu police are spreading some aloha by taking part in a fun online video challenge. HPD just posted a video to its website, showing police officers taking part in the famous lip-sync challenge.
More transparency ahead for reservoir evacuations: People on Oahu will soon have a much easier way to know if they live, work, or visit an area at risk from dams and breaches.
Uniqlo is about to open a permanent retail location at Ala Moana Center. The Japanese company is planning a soft opening of its Ewa Wing store on Friday, Sept. 28.
Meet the keepers of the clock at Kawaiahao Church: There are two men - brothers - carrying on a tradition that's been in their family for nearly a century. It's a service they provide for free, but it requires quite a bit of physical exertion.
Iolani Palace unveiled its 2018 Palace Ornament, based on the historic Imperial Royal Order of Alexander Nevsky. The dazzling, limited edition ornament is now available to the public.
A new affordable apartment community is in the works for Kapolei. A groundbreaking ceremony was held Thursday for Kulana Hale. The $64 million project on Wakea Street will be built in three phases.
The first remains of soldiers killed in the Korean War and sent to Hawaii from North Korea in August have been identified.
Vintage-inspired 'Aloha' mural greets visitors into Waikiki: Honolulu Coffee Company commissioned the painting on the side of its Experience Center on Kalakaua Avenue, across from the Hawaii Convention Center.
Barbecue chain bringing its slow-smoked meats to first Hawaii location: Oahu’s first Dickey’s Barbecue Pit location will open in Kapolei.
A man accused of a deadly beating in December was extradited back to Hawaii from Arizona Wednesday. Officials confirm Shane Dilwith is in custody in Honolulu after he was arrested in Arizona for manslaughter.
Students use 3D printers to reconstruct severed fingers: The power of technology is being harnessed to help one man who lost the use of his hand. The people helping him are an unlikely group of kids.
Department of Education to release bullying app soon: The Department of Education is working to bring the fight against bullying to the palm of a student's hand.
A man was injured after driving his car off the second floor of a parking garage in Waikiki. It happened just before 6 p.m. at the Waikiki Skyliner, near the intersection of Ala Wai and Kaiulani boulevards.
A federal fugitive is back in custody after a week on the run. On Sept. 12, Steven Chung, 47, walked away from a federal Residential Reentry Facility on Oahu where he was serving out the remainder of his 12-month sentence.
17 arrested in Chinatown as police crack down on street crime: Honolulu police want to reduce property crimes and violent crimes, starting with multiple arrests in Chinatown.
As busy adults we sometimes forget things and often get distracted. KHON2 went into the community and talked to some keiki who shared their tips on pedestrian safety.
Honolulu's airport is considered one of the worst in the country. That's according to J.D. Power's annual North America Airport Satisfaction Study, released Wednesday.
Hawaiian Electric, Maui Electric, and Hawaii Electric Light will temporarily extend their customer call center hours starting Monday, Sept. 24, to help minimize anticipated delays resulting from the companies’ system-wide software upgrade.
A man accused of videotaping a woman in a Pearlridge Center restroom was sentenced Wednesday. Kiakahi Bowens-Domingo pleaded no contest to violation of privacy earlier this year.
Avid hikers say more rain could devastate popular East Oahu trail: A popular hiking trail is facing erosion problems after Tropical Storm Olivia, and a community group is looking to fix them.
Honolulu Police are cracking down after a dramatic spike in pedestrian deaths. State statistics show there have been at least 19 pedestrian-related fatalities on Oahu this year alone, compared to 3 recorded between January to September 2017.
Grab some bubble tea and cuddle up with some cats. That's the concept behind Popoki and Tea, an upcoming cat cafe in Honolulu.
Democratic Hawaii Sen. Mazie Hirono claimed Wednesday that the death threats that have allegedly been made against Brett Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey Ford are “witness tampering,” and that the FBI should investigate them.
The Mystery Firms Behind the Liberal Facebook Ads Dubbing a Hawaii Rep a ‘CWILF’: One calls Tulsi Gabbard ‘the hottest member of Congress on either side of the aisle.’ And it’s part of a series of pages from four companies traced to one Democratic law firm.
Global waste could grow by 70 per cent by 2050 as urbanisation and populations rise, said the World Bank on Thursday, with South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa set to generate the biggest increase in rubbish.
Grain banks in India open their doors as a 'stop gap' to combat slavery: People who risk being enslaved after taking out loans to buy food during the monsoon, when casual work is scarce, will be able to help themselves to grain in 100 villages across northern India from this month.
Hawaii’s "rapid ohia death" disease is killing the forest canopy, and there's no end in sight
Date Street is closed between Kapiolani Boulevard and Olokele Avenue due to a traffic accident involving a damaged pole and sign. Drivers are advised to drive with caution in the area.
All together now: Six legendary Big Island guitarists to perform in one show - The Big Island has an abundance of great guitar players in residence, and on Friday night, a portion of that talent pool will be performing on the same stage.
Bye bye bugs? Scientists fear non-pest insects are declining
State looks for alternative boat ramp sites - The fate of the Pohoiki boat ramp is uncertain after the lower Puna eruption.
$35M Hurricane Lane hits council budget plans - Two Kona road projects and an express Kona-Hilo bus route face delays because of new expenses created by Hurricane Lane.
Six Maunakea Management Board Members Approved
Carvalho Park Pavilion, Piihonua Gym To Reopen September 21
VIDEO: USGS Flood-Monitoring System Agreement Continues
Volcano Watch: Will this summer’s limited collapse of Kīlauea caldera eventually widen?
Volcano Watch: Kilauea activity update for September 20, 2018
Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park is pleased to announce reopening on Saturday, Sept. 22 at 10 a.m., National Public Lands Day. Park visitors should anticipate heavy traffic, long lines and delays, and one third fewer parking spaces when visiting the park.
Free keiki car seat check events on Hawaii Island: The Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT), together with all four county police departments and child passenger safety advocates, launches National Child Passenger Safety Week, September 23-29.
Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park is pleased to announce the opening of the Pit Crater Trail on Saturday, September 22, on National Public Lands Day.
Carvalho Park Pavilion & Pi‘ihonua Gymnasium to reopen on Friday, September 21, 2018
Flood insurance educational meetings being held in Hilo and Kona September 25 & 27, 2018
Maui Electric Co. temporarily will be extending Customer Call Center hours beginning Monday to minimize anticipated delays resulting from the Hawaiian Electric Cos. systemwide software upgrade.
After flooding from tropical storms Lane and Olivia and the Aug. 24 wildfires that burned more than 2,000 acres from Maalaea to Kaanapali, the release of a draft West Maui all hazard plan comes as public attention is focused on how to prepare for and respond to emergencies.
Flood recovery ongoing ‘off the grid’ in Honokohau Valley: Residents still without water a week after Olivia passed through.
Heat index reached 106°F at noon at Kahului Airport on Maui today, according to the National Weather Service. The actual temperature was 90°F, but it felt 16 degrees hotter because of the humidity, which is around 56%.
Kauai’s first educational cannabis conference is Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Hilton Garden Inn Wailua. The KauaiCann Conference & Expo is “for people who think they know about cannabis, for people who do not know, and for people who want to know more.”
Sharing resources for health
Over 800 cats sterilized this month - Basil Scott of the Kauai Community Cat Project likes to stay active, but he said trapping 31 cats in four days took some effort.
New tool designed to aid deaf, hard-of-hearing, and deaf-blind in Hawaii
Meet the canines working to keep you safe at the airport: You've probably seen them patrolling when you travel, but do you know what they're trained to do and how they operate?