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Even Microsoft founder Bill Gates fell 10 points shy of perfect on the SAT, and Apple founder Steve Jobs scored only a 32 on the ACT.

It's been five months since Honolulu Police officially rolled out its body camera program. Since then, it's expanded to include more officers in more places on Oahu.

It's been two years since the legislature asked for a study to be done regarding the state's prison policies.

Millions of Americans dug themselves deeper into credit card debt over the holiday season. KHON2 spoke with an expert for tips to pay off that big bill faster.

Who deserves the title “Best of HONOLULU Family” in 2019?
You decide.
Wet and Wild Passes for 10 Guests!
Plus, it’s an opportunity to honor those places that provide great service to O‘ahu families.
Your picks will determine the winners list in our Best of HONOLULU Family 2019 Awards feature, set for our summer issue.
Please note: ballots must be 66 percent completed in order to be counted.
Vote by February 8!

If you've ever watched your dog sleep, you probably assume he dreams regularly. Now, find out what science has to say.

More than a thousand Kaiser Permanente workers across the state spent the day giving back to the community.

Dozens of ice sculptures on display at the North Coast Harbor Ice Fest near downtown Cleveland on MLK Day.

An annual tradition showcasing our talented keiki artists, and inspiring our community to show their gratitude for those who died in defense of our country, has begun!

ALTRES, Hawaii's leading staffing company, announced a special program to help federal government employees displaced by the government shutdown. ALTRES is offering temporary industrial work and because of the uncertain timeline of the shutdown, will provide the option for same-day pay to these federal workers in need of a job.

Eleven-year-old Phoenix doesn’t remember the life-changing surgeries, serial casting and braces that transformed his severely clubbed-feet into what they are today, but he does remember Kristen L. Carroll, M.D.