Mother and son face charges of selling ‘ice' • Suspect sought in death of homeless man • Duo charged in robbery of Kalihi business • Cellphone helps firefighters find lost hiker • Blaze displaces 3 at Kaneohe townhouse
Waikiki, downtown crime sweep nets 137 • 3 suspects sought in armed robbery • Man faces drug and ammunition charges • Alleged television thief remains in custody • Bird watcher rescued in good condition • Corrections officers sought on 3 islands
Woman trying to cross highway is killed after being hit by car •
Tourist encounters trouble while snorkeling and later dies •
Single-moped crash in Waikiki seriously injures 46-year-old •
Early-morning traffic accidents close all westbound H-1 lanes
Man sought in Waipahu burglary attempt •
McCully woman reports man in her room •
Alert issued about jury-duty warrant scam •
Man charged in Waimanalo home break-in •
Autopsy set for Utah cruise passenger
Maui firefighters responded to a structure fire that left $60,000 in damage at 2:54 a.m. Sunday. The 600-square-foot property at 626 Kaae Road in Wailuku was "completely destroyed," said Fire Services Chief Lee Mainaga.
The city Medical Examiner's Office has identified the 36-year-old man who drowned while free diving Friday as Michael Assily of Aiea. Emergency Medical Services said Assily was diving with a friend at 5 a.m. near Kaimana Beach in Waikiki.
Vehicle strikes, seriously injures woman •
Leap into Naohia Falls pool requires rescue •
Homeless man arrested for alleged threats •
Hikers safe after spending night on ridge •
Police nab 2 suspected card, ID thieves •
Teenager accused of assaulting worker
Missing woman is owner of crashed car • Man charged in wrong-way H-2 crash • Kona man charged with credit card theft • Boys helped off trail after night on ridge • Suspect arrested over threat with knife • Electricity restored after power failure • Hilo man dies after car hits fence, building
Man is critically hurt in Pearl City crash • Blunt force trauma killed pedestrian • Collision with vehicle injures moped rider • Suspect arrested in wrong-way accident • Burglars hit UH faculty housing in Manoa • Homeless man who drowned is identified • Body of missing fisherman found on Hawaii isle • 2 fires fought in 4-day span at same house
Man succumbs to injuries from blast • Woman killed in Kihei house fire identified • Human remains found in Kalapana field • Work furlough escapee is back in custody • Traveler thwarted in attempt to carry knife
Waves knock trio into rocky lagoon •
3 arrested in recovery of stolen rental car •
Pair held in fraudulent use of credit cards •
Sex assault lands Waipahu man in jail •
Robbery in Kaimuki park nets 2 arrests
Police seek suspects in 3 robberies • Tourist couple rescued at Kauai beach • Man accused of assaulting police officer • Lifeguards hold man in suspected theft • Witnesses sought in Big Island car crash
2 hospitalized after Punchbowl stabbing • Police seek help in finding missing man • Stolen vehicle prompts arrest in Haleiwa • Woman suspected in check forgery case • Man allegedly had child porn • Murder suspect is unfit for trial
An employee of a fast-food restaurant was charged with gambling-related offenses after police seized alleged gaming devices from the eatery.
Winnie Cheng was charged with possessing gambling devices and promoting gambling, according to the prosecutor's office. Both offenses are misdemeanors.
Salt Lake woman struck, killed by SUV • Man charged in burglary of Aiea home • Suspect held in Ewa assault incident • Maui woman dies after truck veers, crashes • Fitness program serves adults of all levels
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Underground art went wildly public Feb. 8-15 on the streets of Kakaako, where more than 100 local and international street artists installed a colorful splash of murals across area buildings and walls, while also gathering throughout the week for art-focused lecture series, films and a block party – a movement known as Pow! Wow! Read More »