This was the fourth annual parade put on by the Prayer Center of the Pacific in Pearl City.
Defending champion Michelle Wie played with nagging hip and ankle pain.
Lane closure schedules may change at any time without further notice. All projects are weather permitting.
About two dozen stings were reported on the west side.
The Alliance for Solar Choice is critical of the tax impacts of Hawaiian Electric Company’s recent solar proposal.
It was announced Saturday that repairs are needed on the batteries due to damages brought about by overheating.
More than 1,500 chickens were counted at city facilities in May this year.
Hawaii was represented by 11-year-old Luca Casano.
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Fox is launching a singing contest looking for the next Empire artist. The competition starts next Thursday and there’s two ways to enter.
Waste Management of Hawaii accepted two misdemeanor negligence charges under the Clean Water Act.
Dozens showed up with questions and concerns over the 15-percent reduction in staff slated to take effect in November.
Hawaii Island police are investigating the theft.
Defending champ Michelle Wie is seven shots off the lead.
The Hawaii County Board of Ethics has thrown out several complaints against county employees in relation to Mayor Billy Kenoi.
The new rule does not allow anyone without a vehicle to be on the main road from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. Camping gear is also prohibited.
The public is cautioned that flash flooding can occur with little notice.
In addition to the normal Friday afternoon “rush hour,” two right westbound lanes of the H-1 Freeway are closed for deck widening work.
Sirens will go off at Crestview Community Park between 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.