Honolulu police have captured a man who allegedly beat another man with a bat nearly four years ago.
“It happened about three nights ago,” said one resident Saturday. “It just went pitch black.”
Jon Riki Karamatsu was arrested just after 1:30 a.m. Saturday on Ala Moana Boulevard and Hobron Lane.
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The Department of Land and Natural Resources will hold a public meeting next week to talk about making the alcohol ban permanent.
Margaret Wille said she’s bothered by the situation and is calling for more accountability.
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The Honolulu Fire Department says the house on Kaauwai Place is a complete loss with damages totaling more than half-a-million dollars.
On Friday, Native Hawaiian leaders called for a stop to the arrests on Mauna Kea and a 30-day moratorium on construction.
Diagnostic Laboratory Services released the latest quarterly results from its workforce drug testing.
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The 22-year-old was last seen at his Kaneohe home on April 1. Police say he was emotionally distraught.
The sighting comes on the heels of the 20th anniversary of the Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary Ocean Count.
Lane closure schedules may change at any time without further notice. All projects are weather permitting.
Traffic engineers and operators have access to about 400 intersections on island, from Kapolei to Hawaii Kai.
Fire personnel were able to hike over Kauiki Hill into a homeless camp where they located the victim.
Not since 2004 has a woman from the U.S. won the international title.
The Honolulu Fire Department says the man was a pig hunter who got injured on the trail and needed help.