“It just dropped right in front of us and I pressed on the brakes. I knew we were going to hit it, because there was no where else to go.”
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Officials revealed the results of the investigation during a press conference at the McCully-Moiliili Fire Station on Date Street.
This comes just two days before a federal grand jury is set to expire after convening for two years without an indictment.
City officials say two men armed with machetes entered the office, threatened staff and customers, stole cash, and ran off.
Back in May, a chimpanzee created a fingerhold to scale the back wall to get to the top.
Police say a four-door sedan was traveling town-bound on Farrington Highway when it hit a parked truck.
The goal is to encourage community policing by improving relationships between police officers and community members, one cup of coffee at a…
“Something happened to make us really look at it and say maybe we need somebody else down there.”
Police have opened an auto theft case and are looking for the suspects.
We reached out to the Department of Health to find out how he was able to leave the facility and what staff is doing to prevent this from oc…
There are up to 50 homeowners directly impacted by hikers trespassing in their yards.
Police say a woman was loading her vehicle when a man entered the car and took keys from the center console.
Principal Justin Mew cited a “series of prevailing events and extreme concerns for student and staff safety.”
One of the men hit in this weekend’s deadly shooting in Waikiki is calling it a random, senseless act. Jonny Correa says he lost a close fri…
The streets of Waikiki are always busy with cars, tour buses, and delivery trucks.
It happened at 6 a.m. on Saturday in an alley near the intersection of Seaside and Kuhio avenues.
The fire department says the investigation is finished, but it will not release the cause for a few more weeks.
Federal law prevents the city from getting rid of these vehicles because they don’t have the owners’ permission.
A city spokesman tells us the gym roof is now done, and they’re just finishing repairs in the pool bathrooms.
Officials believe they are are feeding off the of the dead tilapia that flushed in from the river run off.