The motorcade passed by the Honolulu City Lights display at Honolulu Hale.
Christmas has come early for Hawaii fishermen and people who love to eat ahi during the holidays.
The Aztecs (11-3) won their final 10 games to match the longest winning streak in school history.
Helpers paddled jolly Ol’ Saint Nick ashore in front of the Halekulani Thursday afternoon.
On Thursday, doctors gave Keahi and the lone girl Kamalii the all-clear to join their siblings.
Kmart, Walgreens and Don Quijote stores will be open on the holiday.
What’s made it even worse is that there have been times when the trash has been lit on fire right on the sidewalk.
No parking will be permitted on the unimproved sidewalk on the right side of the road along the Lanikai loop.
For an aging loved one, the holidays can bring memories of earlier and happier times and can intensify feelings of sadness.
Two people were observed on video surveillance damaging a lock on a mailbox at a post office in the Puna District.
The recall involves 81 and 93 percent lean ground beef products.
The enrollment will be effective for up to 60 days from Dec. 18.
The supplemental proclamation is extended by 60 days to support efforts on Kauai, Maui, Hawaii Island and Oahu.
The call came in just before 7:20 a.m. on Kamehameha Highway.
Water service was restored to all customers as of 3:30 p.m. Thursday.
Their goal is to increase the number of cyclists that use lights to help prevent potentially deadly collisions.
“We cant be taking chances with things like this because people’s lives are at stake,” said councilwoman Kymberly Pine.
State and federal agencies are teaming up to spread awareness about the disease.
A ruling by the Hawaii Supreme Court says 1,525 acres of agricultural land can be rezoned for homes.
The property is owned by Kamehameha Schools and a spokesman says most of the businesses are now on a month-to-month lease.