Workers inside the building noticed that the egg was missing this morning.
The latest act of vandalism was to a mural that was painted about 40 years ago.
Bullying is inappropriate and unacceptable, no matter what your age.
The body cameras are a part of KPD’s push to change the public’s perception about law enforcement.
She was hiking Luakaha Falls Trail in Nuuanu.
Authorities are looking for a white four-door Toyota Corolla that is missing the passenger side mirror.
“If you want to help make a difference, this is the place to do it,” KPD Chief Darryl Perry said.
Cultural experts determined the bone fragments were probably there from the previous development.
Emergency responders say he was not wearing a helmet.
All mayors said they do not plan on cutting lifeguards services even if the bill passes.
The Waikiki Aquarium director said it’s best to not touch it and leave it alone.
Clinic to be held on campus in April.
The 28th annual Food Drive Day is on Saturday, April 15, 2017.
Reports say police are contraflowing high-profile delivery trucks due to low-hanging power lines in the area.
Board of Water Supply crews will be doing maintenance on a 4-inch main near the Kapiolani Boulevard and Isenberg Street intersection.
Fun Factory announced on its Facebook page, it’s closing the Pearlridge location at the end of the month.
If you’re looking for a used car to buy, you may be able to get a really good deal through the city.
Investigators allege the booster club’s vice president took the money herself.
Animal cruelty is considered a felony, punishable by up to 5 years in jail and up to a 10-thousand dollar fine.
So how does this impact us, the taxpayers?