Lifeguards were busy warning folks to stay out of the water, and with powerful waves pummeling the beach, there’s another major concern.
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The 75-year-old was in the parking lot of Times Supermarket in Kahala when he was approached.
Her official time was 16 hours, 23 minutes, and nine seconds.
This is Hailey Dandurand’s first run-in with the law, but Stephen Brown’s criminal past is well-documented.
Honolulu police could not identify the suspect, and now, neither can the state attorney general.
A tow company KHON2 spoke with says if a new contract isn’t signed, problems could start spilling onto the streets.
School officials have begun the difficult process of trying to explain to the students why someone would do such a thing.
Saturday’s rainy weather didn’t stop people from dropping off gifts and donations for families in need.
The program begins Friday and will last for three months, allowing Lyft and Uber to pick up passengers at two designated locations.
Koy sold out 11 shows as thousands snapped up tickets to see comedian in action.
This year, Oahu malls were busy, but not overwhelming. Many told us people were able to shop with aloha.
It happened on Monday, at approximately 5:45 p.m., near the intersection of Kapolei Parkway and Puainako Street.
The state-of-the art facility houses many species of turtles, snakes, lizards, snails, and frogs, many of which are listed as endangered.
During his extradition hearing, the judge asked Saito how he felt about being sent back to Hawaii to face an escape charge.
Residents have a lot of questions about Randall Saito’s escape from Hawaii State Hospital.
Records show at 9:16 a.m. Sunday, Randall Saito used a cell phone to call Charley’s Taxi. He told the dispatcher his name was Bill.
Kauai Youth Football spent roughly $24,000 to fly to Oahu for an upcoming tournament.
Gary Modafferi says the new attorneys will “take on a case that will essentially be their career for the next, however long it takes to go t…
A longtime defense attorney, who is not related to the case, estimates the bill could be $1.5 million to $2 million.
The three attorneys representing Louis and Katherine Kealoha have filed to remove themselves from the case.