It was a wild night for many residents on Oahu Friday with blustery winds wreaking havoc in Wahiawa and Kahaluu.
“The winds just came out of nowhere. A lot of rain, a lot of heavy rain,” said one Kamuela resident.
The search continues for a young man after the boat he was on capsized off Hawaii Island.
The victim was taken to a nearby hospital in serious condition.
Part of the problem has been the lack of enforcement of the law, with only a few building inspectors to cover all of Oahu.
Two of the three canoes involved were able to get upright and paddle in to shore.
Maui Electric crews continue to work on restorations to approximately 4,888 customers around the island.
Police said Elizabeth Malland, 48, crossed the highway in the makai direction against the light.
Relief is coming for those who live in Waikele or visit the popular Waikele Premium Outlets.
City councilmembers Ann Kobayashi and Ikaika Anderson told KHON2 they do not support a complete ban on fireworks on Oahu.
The first phase of the Rice Camp Senior Apartments is expected to be completed in March.
McArthur Street is closed between Imipono Street and Mill Street.
The crash occurred between Kaaawa Beach Park and Kaaawa Elementary School. Critical injuries were reported.
Two of the new council members are Trevor Ozawa and Brandon Elefante.
The beach was closed earlier Friday after an object was found in the water, approximately two feet in diameter and roughly 150 pounds.
A group of photographers was about two miles off Keahole Point, when a pod of false killer whales suddenly appeared.
Stream levels are likely to rise, which is a safety hazard for hikers crossing streams.