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Hawaii woman arrested, tied to human trafficking in Texas
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - A Hawaii woman was among four people suspected of human trafficking in Texas. HPD and U.S. Marshals arrested 54-year-old Pornthipa Khan in Aina Haina Wednesday on a warrant for promotion of prostitution.
No tsunami threat to Hawaii after powerful earthquake hits Ecuador-Peru border
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - A powerful earthquake hit the Ecuador-Peru border on Friday, but there was no tsunami threat to Hawaii, according to the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center.
1 dead in shooting at Hawaii state capitol: report
A man has died on Monday after getting shot at the Hawaii state capitol following a violent altercation with a police officer. Police said a man in his 20s was shot after he got into a confrontation with law enforcement officials, though the exact reason what prompted the incident remains unclear an
LAST DAY: Flights to Hawaii Starting at $188
Today is the final day of a flight sale from Hawaiian Airlines. You can book flights for as little as $188 each way. With this deal, you can’t fly on a Friday, Saturday, or Sunday. But that’s ok. It just forces you to take an extra day off and book a longer vacation. You’ll be happy you did when you
Hawaii Could Really Use This Federal Prison That Has Plenty Of Empty Cells
State Rep. Gregg Takayama, chairman of the House public safety committee, has a big idea. He wants the state to buy the underutilized Federal Detention Center in Honolulu, a plan he thinks could save taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars and provide a quick fix to Hawaii’s overcrowded correction
Hawaii's Most Wanted: Reggie Williander
HONOLULU (KHON2) - Honolulu police are looking for Reggie Williander, 26. "On February 20, 2013 at about 11:40 a.m., the victim was outside of his Kalihi apartment on his cell phone when a male approached him from behind and snatched the cell phone out of his hand," Sgt. Chris Kim of Honolulu CrimeS
The World’s Only Fish Sommelier Works at a Restaurant in Hawaii
I had to read my email again. When I heard about the world’s first fish sommelier at Mina’s Fish House, a line-to-table restaurant at the Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina, I needed to know what that meant.
Flights to Hawaii Are Plummeting by $200 or More — Book Now
With its warm weather, clear-water beaches and breathtaking sunsets, it’s no wonder that Hawaii is one of the top vacation spots in the world. It’s especially appealing to dream about an island escape during these chilly winter months. In fact, the island of Maui has been rated the No. 2 best destin
1950s Hawaii In Kodachrome
These Kodachrome images take us back in time to 1950s Hawaii. As ever, if you or anyone you know are in he photos, please get in touch.
Behold These Awesome Images Of A-10 Warthogs Training With MV-22 Ospreys Over Hawaii
Hogs are running wild over Hawaii! A-10s from the 442nd Fighter Wing based at Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri have made the long flight to the Pacific island paradise to conduct a wide range of training with other assets forward deployed to the region or that already call the islands home. This ha
Top 10 Best Luxury Hotels and Resorts in Hawaii
It’s no wonder how the islands of Hawaii got so famous and well known all over the world. Their impressive volcanoes surrounded by lush green valleys, with monumental coastal cliffs and superb waterfalls and all the white, red or black beaches bordered by myriad palms make for an astonishing landsca
Showers expected increasing for windward areas of Hawaii Island Thursday, all other areas mostly dry
HONOLULU (KHON2) - Lighter winds are forecast across the islands with dry conditions over Kauai and Oahu. A storm will linger near the Big Island over the next few days enhancing clouds and showers over east Maui and the Big Island into the weekend.
PHOTOS: Hawaii viewers snap photos of snow in Las Vegas!
LAS VEGAS, Nevada (HawaiiNewsNow) - It’s been snowing in Las Vegas!. The National Weather service said there was 1 inch of snow at McCarran Airport as of Thursday morning. The surrounding areas could get up to 3 inches.
The Local Food of Hawaii:
Exploring the blend of ingredients and cultures that make up the cuisine of Hawaii. Nate Gray has captured images of food, cooking and culture throughout the world. His photographs have appeared in several publications including USAToday.com, The Huffington Post, Smithsonian.com, AsiaSociety.org, Sa
7 Fruits You May Not Know But Can Find in Hawaii
When you think of Hawaii fruits, images of freshly picked pineapples, papayas and coconuts probably come to mind. In Hawaii, a slew of unusual fruits can be found at local farms, specialty grocers and farmers markets across the state.
Unbelievable! Snow In Hawaii
Unexpected? You bet, the scene below is not what you would expect on the warm and idyllic Hawaiian Islands. This week, Hawaii was hit by a winter storm that caused unexpected snow. The snow hit the Polipoli State Park in Maui with drifts up to 4-feet.
Hawaii County under flash flood watch
KAILUA-KONA — Hawaii Island is under a flash flood watch through this afternoon. A band of moisture is expected to move over the eastern half of the state and stall today, leading to heavy rainfall and thunderstorms over Hawaii and Maui Counties, according to the National Weather Service.
Hawaii shows off its picture-perfect self in this feast of award-winning photos
A spidery photo of the lava flow from Kilauea. The unfettered joy of children as they jump into the warm Pacific. An artistic photo of shave ice. These are among the winners of the Hawaii magazine 2019 photo contest, honoring the best images of the islands, shot by professionals and amateurs.
Southwest completes test flights to Hawaii, awaits FAA’s final decision
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – Southwest Airlines has been told by federal regulators it has flown a sufficient number of test flights, also known as proving flights, to airports in Hawaii.
Supreme Court to decide if Clean Water Act limits Hawaii’s underground wastewater dumping
The Supreme Court agreed Tuesday to hear an important case on the Clean Water Act and decide whether environmentalists can sue to block Hawaii’s disposal of wastewater that flows underground into the Pacific Ocean.