A water main break near a rail station could lead to flooding, and blocked access to elevators, escalators, and cars.
Rep. Gregg Takayama believes it could alleviate the morning rush and add money to the state Highway Fund.
Acting Chief Cary Okimoto sent an internal letter to the department the day after the severance was announced.
The robbery occurred Tuesday, Jan. 24, at approximately 12:09 p.m.
At last check, there were about 1,400 monk seals, up 100 from last year’s total.
The Board of Water Supply says it should know sometime next week how much repairs will cost.
AARP and The Honolulu Community Action Program are offering the services.
Bail for the most recent charge was set at $10,000.
Many in Kahala Square say traffic has made it difficult for customers and employees.
Hundreds of customers on Oahu found themselves in the dark Monday night.
Vehicle owners would feel the effects three different ways which are through parking meters, fuel tax, and a tax increase on vehicle weight.
Officials say four people were standing near the water’s edge taking photos when a wave broke over the rock they were standing on.
Hawaiian Electric says this was the most extensive damage statewide that the company has seen in years.
It’s not a question of money, because residents have been paying more for years to fix the problem.
It was supposed to happen Monday, but the defense asked for a continuance.
The spontaneous fires prompted the company to recall millions of phones and take a $5.3 billion hit on its earnings.
The scam starts out with an email that appears to be from a friend.
Officials say taxpayers who choose e-file returns and direct deposit refunds will receive their refunds the quickest.
Makers & Tasters will leave the former Fisherman’s Wharf location on Friday, Jan. 27.
The theft happened last month in a phone store on Kilauea Avenue.