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Psaki to leave White House for MSNBC
White House press secretary Jen Psaki will leave her job for MSNBC this spring, two sources familiar with the deal told The Hill.
Honolulu rail project gets estimated time arrival
The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART) has three months to submit its revised plans for the rail to federal officials for funding.
Study: Pregnancy nearly doubles risks of breakthrough COVID-19
A study published on Thursday found that pregnancy nearly doubles the risk of breakthrough COVID-19 cases, closely followed in risk by a solid organ transplant.
CPB displays Carissa Moore’s Olympic gold medal
It is free to view weekdays in April from 9:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Two arrested, charged on suspicion of burglary
The burglary happened around 8:15 a.m. on Thursday, March 31.
Restaurants forced to charge temporary inflation fees
Customers are also wondering how long the temporary inflation fees will last. Hawaii Restaurant Association (HRA) said the answer is unknown as prices for almost all goods have gone up again by 40%.
Hawaii Theatre Center 100 years in the making
Picture this, back in September of 1922, the Hawaii Theatre Center opens for the public to provide entertainment to the community. And imagine, 100 years later, that still continues as they step into a new chapter.
Ex-gang member shares her story of redemption
What is being done to address crimes committed by teens?
Puana friend testifies about drug binges and drug deals
Day two in the trial of Big Island Doctor Rudolph Puana and there was key testimony from a man who was once a close friend.
How are some Hawaii businesses fully staffed?
Some local companies are fully staffed and KHON2 found out how they are keeping their employees happy.
Honolulu airport lobby gets new carpet after flooding
After officials said 40,000 gallons of water flooded parts of Daniel K Inouye International Airport crew members worked overtime to replace 9,000 square feet of soaked carpet.
Are Hawaii-focused MREs making their debut?
The Department of Defense has been working closely with small focus groups within the Hawaii National Guard to localize the MRE menu to Hawaii region specialties. The mission? To motivate Hawaii Guardsmen out in the field who crave for a taste of home.
Will Smith resigns from Academy over Chris Rock slap
Will Smith resigned Friday from the motion picture academy following his Oscars night slap of Chris Rock and said he would accept any further punishment the organization imposed.
List of Pidgin words to know before you visit Hawaii
Here’s a list of Hawaii slang and Pidgin phrases you can learn before your next trip.
Workers hear explosion, see fire at Old Kona Landfill
The Hawaii County Fire Department responded to a fire at the Old Kona Landfill.
Police believe speed a factor in fatal Big Island crash
Hawaii County police reported speed may have been a factor in a single-vehicle collision that killed a 27-year-old man in North Kona.
Vandals damage 45 headstones at Hawaii cemetery
Big Island police are looking for witnesses after 45 headstones were damaged at the Honohina Hongwanji Mission Cemetery last weekend.
Pizzeria owner accused of killing partner, stashing body for nearly 2 weeks
The owner of a pizza parlor in Pennsylvania has been charged with criminal homicide after she admitted to shooting and killing her longtime partner and hiding his body in their house, police say.
Number of COVID patients in US hospitals reaches record low
NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — COVID-19 hospitalization numbers have plunged to their lowest levels since the early days of the pandemic, offering a much needed break to health care workers and patients alike following the omicron surge. The number of patients hospitalized with the coronavirus has fallen more than 90% in more than two months, and […]
April 1: Rail’s price is estimated at $9 billion
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Senator Hirono discusses Supreme Court nomination
From the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Kentaji Brown Jackson to making sure that no child goes hungry here in Hawaii, Senator Mazie Hirono has been working hard on Capitol Hill.
Trade winds are expected to increase through Sunday
Trade winds will continue to increase and become gusty through the weekend.
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