Rosa DeMile was arrested on Aug. 3 at Punahou and South Beretania streets.
Parole was tentatively approved for John Abraham and pending a release date.
The bill would ban stores from providing any plastic bags, even ones that are considered reusable or biodegradable, starting in 2020.
Luana Baker was paddling in a Father’s Day regatta when she suffered cardiac arrest.
Nearly 500 volunteers have moved close to 500,000 pounds of silt since March.
Residents are coming to terms with the crisis and seeking a different kind of aid.
Dan Cox is an Aiea High School graduate.
Board members were selected to run a nonprofit group.
This was the first time Don Stratton, Lauren Bruner, and Ken Potts had been in Washington, D.C.
The city says tow yards are packed, so it’s had to look into other options, including municipal golf courses.
“By removing the algae, we’re helping to heal the bay and bring the native system and species back.”
The Old Spaghetti Factory is doing a little summer cleaning before moving into its new home at Aloha Tower Marketplace.
The system can be described as a red light, green light system.
The man wasn’t injured but he’s warning the community to stay alert.
There was a fundraiser in Waikiki for the victims on Friday.
Before lunch gets started, students at Hawaii Literacy’s lunch and learn program know exactly what to do.
The Waimanalo native appeared in court on Monday, July 24, and his attorney says what happened was to be expected.
Lifeguards tended to the victims until paramedics arrived.
The first five minutes would be used by the military to determine if it poses a threat. That would leave just 15 minutes to respond.
The theft happened in the early morning on July 13, 2017.