Honolulu police are asking for the public’s help in searching for a man who police say burglarized two homes and violated probation.
Risky behavior can put emergency responders at risk, just as much as you, especially in the middle of a storm.
City officials met at the Department of Emergency management Saturday morning to discuss upcoming decisions regarding Ignacio.
On Monday, the signs were installed because of a 500,000 gallon wastewater spill along Ala Moana Boulevard.
The test was cancelled to avoid confusion as Hurricane Ignacio moves by the state.
Ignacio may bring storm force winds that could facilitate the need to close ports.
The Department of Agriculture laid down bait and three months later they found no ants.
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Jericho Poppler said she’s looking for an apology from United and money for the board.
A big reason for the problems is that many of these units have been sitting vacant over the summer.
Officials are asking residents to be prepared because there’s greater potential for flooding and mudslides.
Those interviewed said they just plan on moving further back into the encampment.
City officials want your opinion on it, especially considering the mixed reviews the King Street bike lane seemed to get.
The Mission San Miguel was discovered lying on its side at a depth of 80 feet on Maro Reef.
Ignacio has the ability to cause widespread damage across the state.