Board of Water Supply responds to Pearl City water main break.
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BWS responds to Pearl City water main break
The Board of Water Supply responded to an 8-inch main break on Aumakua Street between Amokemoke Street and Ahamoa Street in Pearl City.
Here’s what to do with your plastic eggs now that Easter is over
After the holiday weekend, homes across the country are filled with more plastic Easter eggs — and candy — than normal.
Consumer Alert: Don’t fall for “free gift” texts
The Better Business Bureau said scammers have been sending texts that claim a payment has been received and a free gift can be claimed.
HFD: Hauula fire was intentionally set
The Honolulu Fire Department said the fire in Hauula on Sunday was intentionally set.
City moves forward to get rid of feral chickens
The city is moving forward with a pilot project to get rid of wild chickens on Oahu.
New Kids on the Block announces third concert
Donnie Wahlberg of New Kids on the Block announced on video a third concert for Hawaii.
No lei on graduation day for some Hawaii schools
Graduating often comes with being draped with lei in Hawaii, but parents are voicing their concerns after two public schools informed them that lei giving will not be allowed at graduation this year.
Grand Lanai Restaurant Week happening now in Waikiki
Those interested will be able to eat at restaurants and popular eateries showcasing their best recipes using tasty local ingredients.
Former city workers want non-jury trial
The three people who are accused of defrauding the government want a non-jury trial.
Masks no longer needed on airport property: HDOT
The Hawaii Department of Transportation said it will not enforce mask order at Hawaii’s airports following a federal judge’s veto of mask mandate on planes.
Mom found dead in duffel bag was stabbed dozens of times, says medical examiner
A mother of two found dead in a duffel bag was stabbed nearly 60 times, a medical examiner said Monday.
No arrests made after 50-year-old robbed in Waikiki
The Honolulu Police Department reported a suspect fled the scene after robbing a 50-year-old man.
Airline ends service to Hawaii due to pilot shortage
A shortage of pilots in the U.S. has led to some airlines cutting schedules. Pilots who are left to pick up the slack have also been complaining of fatigue, citing safety concerns.
College majors that earn the most money
Stacker used data from a 2020 PayScale report to rank the top 100 college majors that make the most money.
WATCH: Driver of stolen car arrested after crashing into utility pole
The driver of a stolen car was arrested for driving without a valid license and resisting order to stop after he crashed into a utility pole, according to the Honolulu Police Department.
Snorkel-related drownings could increase in Hawaii
Their finding’s showed visitors are at least 10 times more at risk than residents and rescue personnel have identified a lack of swimming ability on the part of many visitors as a major factor in this disparity.
Pokémon GO: A chance to win Hawaii grand prize
Attention, trainers! Pokémon GO is celebrating Stufful Community Day and the Season of Alola by holding a sweepstakes with a trip to Hawaii as the grand prize!
Sights to see in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
This week is observed as National Parks Week, a week to celebrate America’s treasures and take time to explore amazing places discovering history, culture and nature.
HPD thanks public for help finding Ewa Beach woman
The Honolulu Police Department is seeking the public’s help in finding a 74-year-old woman with Dementia.
PHOTOS: Max Holloway and Alessa Quizon get married
Waianae native and featherweight legend Max Holloway tied the knot with pro surfer Alessa Quizon on April 16 at Lanikuhonua Cultural Institute in Ko Olina.
10 athletes who promised to donate their brains to research
These 10 stars are among the top athletes who have pledged to posthumously donate their brains for CTE and concussion research, according to HealthMatch.
Suspect arrested after biting 63-year-old: HPD
A 63-year-old man was bit after a verbal argument turned physical, according to the Honolulu Police Department.
Hiking trail do’s and don’ts
State Department of Land & Natural Resources Oahu Trails & Access Specialist Aaron Lowe joins producer/host Coralie Chun Matayoshi to discuss: lifesaving tips for hikers what’s illegal to do on trails common problems like leaving dog poop bags at trailheads, letting your dog go off leash, noise, and disorderly conduct and camping, hunting and fishing […]
Federal judge voids US mask mandate for planes, other travel
A federal judge in Florida has voided the national mask mandate covering airplanes and other public transportation as exceeding the authority of U.S. health officials.
April 18: Spam Jam returns on Friday
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Breezy trade winds continue this week
A nearby trough aloft will bring periods of high clouds through the week, initially over Maui County and the Big Island, then thickening over all islands Thursday and Friday.
Trying to meet today’s tax deadline? An extension may be better than rushing a return
Monday is Tax Day. Here are some tips if you’re still scrambling to get them done.
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