Vincent Sullivan failed to return from a furlough pass to the Laumaka Work Furlough Center on August 25.
Francis walked over to the boy, put his hand on his head and kissed him as his sobbing mother looked on.
Lanes were closed due to a vehicle fire.
Work was slated to be done by the end of the summer, but now it may not wrap up until spring of next year.
Aloha Jack is a cool dude that always has a beach towel in his car in case the surf is high.
Local distributors can’t fully depend on mainland farmers, who are suffering from their own weather issues.
As part of the agreement to let Sea Life Park house the animals, UH researchers will continue to monitor them from their new home.
The late State Representative Jack Lucas Larsen, who served from 1974-80, will be honored.
The butterfly was almost certainly brought in accidentally on imports from the mainland.
An autopsy conducted Tuesday, Sept. 29, revealed that the man died from asphyxia due to drowning.
The parade will be held from 9 a.m.-noon Saturday.
Owners will be notified Nov. 2, and they’ll get a second notice when the replacement engines are available.
The work schedule will be from 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Monday-Friday, with an expected completion date of Dec. 18.
These closures will occur for road paving as part of the Nawiliwili Road Improvements project.
For the second time this week, a brazen crime has taken place in Waikiki.
Some Kailua residents may be sleeping a little better after the capture of a coqui frog.
An Oahu man wants answers from Hawaiian Electric Company after a concrete slab collapsed underneath him.
Radar indicated heavy showers along leeward slopes from Kailua-Kona to Milolii.
Physical education teacher Chris Akana says he’s been reaching out to school staff since 2012 with issues about cleanliness.
The state says the damage is not in the new construction, but part of what used to be the shoulder of the existing viaduct.