Several kayakers spotted the large, 220-pound male turtle stranded on rocks in the water and brought it to shore.
More security cameras will be installed along the race route to keep a close eye on the event.
There was a lot of game playing at Maemae Elementary School Monday, all in the name of education.
A 69-year-old Utah man apparently drowned in waters off Anini Beach Sunday afternoon.
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The woman said in a note that she hoped they it would be sold and the money used to buy toys for needy children.
The Japanese automaker says it’s doing so to address customer concerns.
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The Hawaiian geese may occasionally use park roads and parking lots.
According to the government’s evidence, he had been harassing the Congresswoman since around February 2011.
Back in 2004, there was a fatal shark attack at S-Turns under the same brown water conditions.
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“I don’t understand why it keeps happening to me and my family,” said the teen’s father.
It was a special one-day event for the retail-and-food experience.
The driver initially did not indicate that she was injured, but she later lost consciousness and died.
The work will be in the Hawaii Kai, Aina Haina and Waimanalo areas.
“I have two-and-a-half more years to be 100 years old,” said one veteran, “and I intend to come here, and continue coming here.”