Police arrested Lyndal Gilliland in Kailua-Kona at 1:45 p.m. on Friday, June 12.
A bill that could’ve put Uber and Lyft out of business in Hawaii did not pass this legislative session.
“I get the ignorance,” Donna Beegle said. “But it has to change.”
Honolulu police have made an arrest but the victim is sharing his story to warn others.
Plans to build the memorial have been in the works for years and ground was broken for the project years ago.
There may be another move surrounding the sale of Hawaiian Electric, but this would only focus on who should buy the power grid in Honolulu.
Refunds will start earning interest after three months from the tax deadline date of April 20.
From flowers to food, people choose to honor Mom in many ways, and for some businesses, it’s the second busiest day of the year after Christ…
Officials think it’s because visitors are spending more days here, up 6.2 percent.
Zoo officials say the baby is doing well and will be out on exhibit starting Saturday, May 9.
The money will help pay for activities and equipment, such as special ICU machines or diversion programs.
After a brutal attack left a beloved school volunteer in a coma, students at Kalakaua Middle School jumped into action.
The pilot project aims to save as much as $40,402 per year in energy costs over three campuses.
A couple of quilts were also put together with survivors’ artwork and were on display.
Security conditions at U.S. military bases have been increased over growing concerns about terror threats, officials said Friday.
Officials say the plane, a Mooney M20E with the tail number N7159V, landed at John Rodgers Field at around 10:30 a.m.
The project is expected to run from Monday, May 11, until August 8.