Injured hiker rescued from Olomana Trail •
Toddler hospitalized after being hit by car •
Suspect charged in July 23 Kailua stabbing •
Man in custody after alleged knife threats •
Officials aid boat with engine trouble
Alleged burglars caught after fumes clear • Officers investigate fatal 2-vehicle crash • Helicopter snatches hikers from mountains • Stabber on the loose after attacking cyclist • Juvenile arrested in robbery of tourist • Montana fugitive arrested in Kahului • Chief to volunteer till new one hired
Child hospitalized after being hit by truck • Explosion is reported during house blaze • Homeless man is arrested in robbery • Teens set free after vodka heist arrests • Pair claim they were robbed in Chinatown • Theft of beer puts suspect in cellblock • 2 injured in brawl, 1 robbed at Kauai shopping center
Rescuers find man and dog lost in forest •
Visitor missing after blowhole mishap •
Man injured as waves knock him into sea •
Boat's discovery spurs Coast Guard search •
Paintball player stricken by heart attack
A June 3 fire at a Haleiwa house that injured a firefighter was started when a 7,000-volt electrical power line fell, touched a garage floodlight and charged portions of the garage with electricity, Honolulu Fire Department investigators said Thursday.
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Kokua Team Comes Together Again
Local entertainers are answering the call to help those affected in the Philippines and will perform as part of Kokua for the Philippines, which takes place Dec. 15 from noon to 5 p.m. on Hilton Hawaiian Village’s Great Lawn. Read More »