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Program Director - KQMQ
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Justin Cruz Justin Cruz (KHON) Justin Cruz grew up in the western Pacific island of Guam where and worked for the family business before moving to Honolulu. His childhood included numerous leadership and rank awards in the Boy Scouts, recognition as one of the youngest PADI-certified, open-water divers in America at the age of twelve, and the youngest on-air radio personality at seventeen. In 1996, he attended the University of Hawaii and was offered a slot on a weekend radio show shortly after, which led to a decade-long career with KQMQ as program director and morning show radio host. In 2006, Justin joined KHON2 News to anchor weather reports on the 5, 6 and 10 p.m. newscasts. During his spare time, Justin enjoys traveling, eating at the many delicious restaurants in Hawaii and consuming TV documentaries. He volunteers as a board member of Lupus Hawaii and Prevent Child Abuse Hawaii, is a recurring cast member of the local Gridiron Show, and is a recipient of Pacific Business News' "Forty Under 40" Award. Justin is also a professional Master of Ceremonies and a small business owner.
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JUSTIN CRUZ - Weather Anchor
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KHON2's Justin Cruz
KHON2's Justin Cruz Chef Hide Yoshimoto (Izakaya Torae Torae) Chef Hide Yoshimoto was born in Osaka Japan and came to Hawaii at age 7. Cooking for about 15 years, he started in the kitchen, then to robata style cooking, then to sushi where he is known for applying his flair to otherwise traditional Japanese cuisine. Formerly of Doraku Sushi, Yoshimoto opened up his own Izakaya Torae Torae restaurant in McCully in February of last year (2014), which has quickly become a popular hotspot for the adventurous foodie seeking sushi with a twist. KHON2's Justin Cruz At age 17, Justin Cruz became the youngest on-air personality (at the time) in his hometown of Guam. In 1996, he moved to Honolulu to attend the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Shortly after, he was offered a slot on a weekend radio show, which led to a decade-long career with KQMQ as program director and morning show radio host. Cruz joined KHON2 as a weather anchor in 2006. When he's not in the newsroom, Cruz can most likely be found deep in the Koolau mountain range.
Justin was Hawaii's youngest on-air radio personality at seventeen. He attended the University of Hawaii and was given a slot on a weekend radio show shortly after, which led to 10 year career with KQMQ as program director and morning show radio host. Justin later joined KHON2 News to anchor weather on prime time newscasts. He enjoys traveling, eating and watching TV documentaries. He volunteers as a board member of Lupus Hawaii and Prevent Child Abuse Hawaii, is a recurring cast member of the local Gridiron Show, and is a recipient of Pacific Business News' "Forty Under 40 Award.
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• Justin Cruz of KHON 2 News