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Over 400 people attend community meeting in Wainiha

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Mayor Bernard Carvalho Jr., and county and state officials held a community meeting at the Hanalei Colony Resort for the isolated Wainiha and Ha‘ena residents. They provided much needed answers to the the top concerns from the community.       

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Parents of terminally-ill child need your help with lost camera

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A critically ill "wish kid" got her dream come true with a trip to Hawaii. Now, her parents are hoping you can help with theirs.  This is three year old Farrah, who has a rare congenital disorder. Farrah and her family captured beautiful moments at Disney's Aulani Resort last week. They went back home to Canada on Thursday, April 19, but her grandparents forgot the camera and smart phone in the hotel lobby. They only want the memory card with the pictures back. You c... More>>

More than 1000 volunteers clean up Waimanalo Beach Video included

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Earth Day this year was dedicated to cleaning up Hawaii communities recovering from last weekend's devastating rains. More than a thousand people helped clean up Waimanalo Beach Sunday. 

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Hospitality industry awards $52,000 in scholarships to public school students

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Forty-two seniors from public high schools across the Hawaiian Islands will each receive a $1,000 scholarship for their post-graduate educations from the Hawai‘i Lodging & Tourism Association (HLTA) at a luncheon on Tuesday, April 24, at the ‘Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach. The scholarships, known as the Citizen-Scholar Awards, is a 14-year partnership of the HLTA, Honolulu Star-Advertiser, and Department of Education. Funding is provided by HLTA members. In addi... More>>

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard tours Kauai flood damage

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Rep. Tulsi Gabbard was on Kaua?i from Thursday through Saturday to assist with recovery efforts after a record-setting storm wiped out many homes and local businesses, left communities isolated due to landslides, and required hundreds to be evacuated. After arriving in Lihu?e  from Washington, DC on Thursday afternoon, the congresswoman attended the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) Briefing Thursday night with first responders from around the state working on rescue and recovery... More>>

Earth Day message at Manuka Natural Area Reserve

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It’s a long and rough four-wheel-drive road to reach a black sand beach at Manuka Natural Area Reserve (NAR) on Hawai’i Island.  That doesn’t deter some 30 people – Hawai‘i Wildlife Fund staff, representatives from federal and state agencies and volunteers – from making the trip for nine consecutive Earth Days with a singular mission in mind. That’s to remove plastic debris, derelict fishing equipment and nets and the typical trash p... More>>

Stevenson Middle leader named 2018 Hawaii National Distinguished Principal

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The Hawaii Elementary and Middle School Administrators Association (HEMSAA) today named Principal Linell Dilwith from Stevenson Middle School as the 2018 Hawaii National Distinguished Principal. Dilwith will join the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP) awardees from the other 49 states in Washington D.C. in October. Cecile LaMar from Makaha Elementary was honored as the 2018 Hawaii Outstanding Vice Principal. She will be traveling to Orlando for the NAESP con...

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Two-car Accident Closes Ala Aolani St. in both directions

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Honolulu police say a two-car accident occurred Sunday afternoon on Ala Aolani street near the cross street Ala Napunani street.  Ala Aolani street is closed in both directions. No further details are known at this time. Island News will have the latest updates.  More>>

Three tortoises at Honolulu Zoo celebrate centennial on Earth Day

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Three Galapagos tortoises who are over 100 years old celebrated Earth Day on Sunday. They live at the Honolulu Zoo, which combined their centennial party with conservation and education activities. Jaws (male), Charlotte and Kim (females) are three wild Galapagos tortoises collected by Charles Townsend of the New York Zoological Society, and donated to the Honolulu Zoo as juveniles in July 1929. They are the oldest residents in the zoo. In 1954, the Honolulu Zoo was the first z...

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St. Baldrick’s Foundation head-shaving event raises money for cancer Video included

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They shaved their heads to share a message today. Seventy Hawaii folks are now bald as their way of raising funds and awareness for childhood cancer research. Dave & Buster’s in Honolulu, Hawaii held a St. Baldrick’s Foundation head-shaving event to raise funds and awareness for lifesaving childhood cancer research, with a goal of raising $100,000. Pediatric oncologist Dr. Jeremy Edwards shaved for the tenth time. Dr. Edwards first start...

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Thousands walk for HIV/AIDS

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More than 5,000 people were out walking in Waikiki on Sunday to show support for those living with or affected by HIV or AIDS. The fight to stop the spread of the disease is getting stronger, as two organizations become one. The event includes a 5K walk around Kapi‘olani Park, music, entertainment, and prize giveaways. This year’s event marks the first year the Honolulu AIDS Walk will benefit both Life Foundation and The CHOW Project.  The event has traditional... More>>

Disaster Recovery Centers to open on Oahu

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Two Disaster Recovery Centers (DRCs) will be established on Oahu to provide services and information to people whose property was damaged by the recent heavy rains and flooding in East Honolulu and Waimanalo. Recovery centers will be open at the following locations and times: Monday, April 23, 2018, 12 p.m. – 8 p.m. Waimanalo District Park 41-415 Hihimanu Street, Waimanalo, Hawai‘i 96795 Tuesday, April 24, 2018, 12 p.m. – 8 p.m. Koko Head District Park 423 K...

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Students celebrate Earth Day with environmental activities

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Hundreds of volunteers from Oahu schools put on their work gloves for an Earth Day Aloha Aina Project. Students from Kaimuki High, Jarrett Middle, Aliiolani Elementary, and Palolo Elementary removed trash and invasive species from various Honolulu streams, planted flora, even learned about the living organisms in the streams. This project is coordinated by Halau Ku Mana, Iolani School, Kaimuki High School, SEEQS (The School for Examining Essential Questions of Sustainabilit...

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Albizia house at UH a model of innovation, sustainability

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Have you driven by University of Hawai?i at Manoa lately and seen a wooden structure going up? This is a house built out of albizia wood, and it could be a new trend in the future. In 2016, a $10,000 UH President’s Green Project Implementation award kick-started funding for what was student Joey Valenti’s doctor of architecture project, a low-cost housing solution made with locally available materials. Valenti is now a project manager with the UH Office of Sustainabi... More>>

UPDATE: Police looking for alleged kidnappers in Wahiawa

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Honolulu police are on the lookout tonight for an alleged kidnapper. Police say it happened in Wahiawa Friday night between 6 and 10 pm. According to police, two men in their 30s drove up to a 15 year old boy who was walking. One man got out of the vehicle and forced the teen inside. The men drove the victim around for several hours asking for money. They eventually let him go without taking anything or injuring the victim, and drove off. No arrests have been made yet.

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UPDATE: Work on H1-Freeway westbound complete, no lane closures Sunday Video included

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Department of Transportation crews will be working between the Waimalu, Pearl City off-ramp and the H1/H2 split.

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Kalihi students lead donation drive for needy classmates Video included

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A lesson in compassion: Children spent the day helping less fortunate children. These students from Farrington High, Kalakaua Middle, and Kalihi Kai Elementary are loading a cargo truck to bring donations to the Institute for Human Services, a homeless facility. Over the last week the kids collected school supplies, toys, and toiletries for their classmates who are homeless, or in government housing. The event was organized by The After School All Stars and Senator Glenn Wakai's off...

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Watching your health, with Walmart’s help

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Saturday, Walmart stores on Oahu reminded residents and visitors how important your health is. All 10 locations hosted free health screening events. It’s important to note nearly 600,000 people in Hawaii have prediabetes or diabetes, according to the American Diabetes Association. Spreading the word on the importance of health takes

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Latest HFD inspections are not a scam, despite many skeptics

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An Ewa cafe thought it was being scammed by fake Honolulu Fire Department inspectors, but they turned out to be legit!   Boba Cafe posted these photos to Instagram Thursday, saying two men in HFD uniforms entered the shop to conduct an inspection around 7 p.m., but did not properly identify themselves. Cafe employees say they called Honolulu police, who told them other businesses reported similar stories of HFD inspectors dropping in. The confusion probably stems ... More>>

Students mark sidewalks with blue chalk to bring awareness to climate change Video included

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Thousands of Hawaii students and community members joined Blue Planet Foundation in putting chalk to the sidewalk, to raise awareness about the impacts of climate change. "We're trying to get people convinced to stop burning fossil fuels, so global warming will stop." Said student Toren Rogers. Marked "Blue Lines" to different locations around Oahu was a representation to show sea level rise exposure around the state. "We're thinking about how do we protec...

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Donation drive helps Hawaii Food Bank Video included

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Helping to feed Hawaii's people. That's what members of the Honolulu Fire Department, Honolulu Police Department, and various Honolulu City and County staff members did at Honolulu Hale on Saturday morning. Volunteers - including firefighters from 43 fire stations- filled up this historic red fire truck with items collected from staff members as well as the community. More than 1,600 pounds of food was collected at Honolulu Hale that will go straight to the Hawaii Food... More>>

Military and civilians clean native Hawaiian fishpond for Earth Day

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An ancient Hawaiian fishpond gets a little love in honor of Earth Week. About 100 volunteers cleaned up Loko Pa`aiau Fishpond, on McGrew Point military housing. This fishpond is a historic site that once provided a stable food source for Hawaiian chiefs. It is one of only three fishponds on the base still relatively intact. The ancient sluice gate is still visible, with upgrades made by subsequent residents before it became military housing. An estimated 360 fishponds once ... More>>

STEM conference aims to interest more girls to the field Video included

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A one day seminar in Kaneohe aims to get more girls interested in science, technology, math, and engineering careers- or STEM, for short. About 85 girls in the sixth to ninth grades attended Tech Savvy today at Hawaii Pacific University's Hawaii Loa campus. The girls attended seminars such as, "A Healthier Planet Care of Worms", "Scalpel Stat!" and "What lies beneath? Simulating Mapping of the Ocean Floor". The second half of the day focused on... More>>

Celebrity Hollywood choreographers teach Oahu dancers at weekend seminar

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A couple of celebrity choreographers are on Oahu this weekend to inspire and teach the next generation of dancers. Tricia Miranda, who has performed alongside Beyoncé, Jennifer Lopez, and Nicki Minaj; and Logan Hernandez, a finalist on Season 14 of "So You Think You Can Dance" are at the Kolab Dance Konvention in Kapolei.  It's held at the new Unity Dance Lab studios located inside the American Renaissance Academy in Kapolei. The Kolab Dance Konvention giv... More>>

Beautiful Survivor: Lindsey Spencer Video included

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A Cancer diagnosis is devastating at any age. But when it's Ovarian Cancer, and you're trying to start a family, it can be crushing.

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Local boater helps flood victims on Kauai Video included

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Call it Kokua Kauai.

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EDM DJ Avicii dead at 28

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DJ star Avicii, whose real name is Tim Bergling, died Friday in the Middle Eastern country Oman at the age of 28. Details surrounding his death have not yet been released but he did suffer from acute pancreatitis, partly due to excessive drinking. He's described as a pioneer of the contemporary Electronic Dance Movement.  He earned two Grammy nominations and one Billboard Music Award.  More>>

Harley Davidson looking for eight summer interns

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Harley-Davidson is looking for eight interns to travel all over the country on motorcycles and document their experience on social media. The company will teach them how to ride and even pay them for 12 weeks of "work." And at the end they'll get to keep their bikes. Selections will be made by mid-May.  For more information, visit https://jobs.harley-davidson.com/key/summer-internship-job.html.

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Better Business Bureau: Check before you give Video included

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Before giving, BBB advises you to research your charity. 

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One Kauai resident is using humor to get the community through tough times Video included

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Besides his skits, Cummings has also been sharing the serious side: the devastation and clean-up efforts across the island. 

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Cardiac arrest survivor at Honolulu airport thanks rescuers in emotional reunion Video included

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An emotional reunion for an Oregon visitor who nearly died at the Daniel K. Inouye Airport, as he thanks his rescuers for the first time on Friday. 

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15 landslides need to be cleared on Kuhio Hwy. for it to reopen Video included

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The Department of Transportation says it also needs to stabilize parts of the roadway itself.

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Rise in online financial scams affects two Hawaii politicians Video included

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Social media scammers are finding new ways to take your money - and you don't even have to have an online account yourself! Two Hawaii politicans are working with Facebook and law enforcement today after crooks posted FAKE accounts in their name.  Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell found out last night that someone posing as him is soliciting money, supposedly on behalf of the city. "This wasn't a hack, but rather someone creating a fake Facebook account under the mayor's name an...

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Collection: A first-hand look at Hanalei Video included

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Pictures and video can only provide a snapshot of the state in which the Garden Isle resides.

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Daily shuttle service proposed for residents stuck in Wainiha and Ha'ena

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With no clear timeline on the reopening of Kuhio Highway on Kaua'i's North Shore, local boaters are proposing kickstarting a daily shuttle service to take stranded residents in and out of landlocked Wainiha & Ha'ena. Dozens of boaters are being hailed heroes.

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Salvation Army needing volunteers and monetary donations for Kaua'i and O'ahu

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The Salvation Army-Hawaiian & Pacific Islands Division's Emergency Disaster Services is continuing efforts on both Kauai and Oahu, but is in need of volunteers and monetary donations. 

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National School Walkout on April 20 for Columbine shooting anniversary Video included

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A Colorado community knows what it means to come to terms with loss. 

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WATCH: Island News #MiddayUpdate with Maleko McDonnell Video included

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Flash flood warning still in effect for Kaua'i, cleanup could take months, and more!

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Events this weekend, Hawaii's Finest Kokua Kauai, KCCN FM 100 Bash and the 11th Annual Gabby Hainiu Waimanalo Kanikapila Video included

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HONOLULU - Happy Aloha Friday, it's a great weekend to get out of the house and enjoy some live music. Hawaii's Finest and island musicians are throwing a benefit Kauai Kokua concert Friday night at Hawaiian Brians starting at 8PM. Mike Love, Lion Fiah, B.E.T., peni Dean and Ei Nei headline the event, tickets are $10 at the door. The two-day KCCN FM 100 Bash returns to the Waikiki Shell. Begins Friday night and features performances by The Green, J-Boog and Anuhea. Doors open at 5:3... More>>

Waste management could be the dream job for three-year-old? Video included

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IOWA - For many people, taking out the trash is a chore. But for three-year-old Crew, trash day is Christmas, birthdays and Halloween all rolled up into one.  Elias Johnson reports, it's a dirty job but three-year-old Crew isn't afraid to do it. Crew's mom Liz Smith said, "this and donuts has been the one constant he's been all about."  There's only one sound that could break him away from his fleet of toys and that's the garbage truck on trash-pick... More>>

Mayor Carvalho tours hardest hit areas of Kauai Video included

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Police release arrest report for Parkland, Florida school shooter Video included

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Police have released the arrest report for the Parkland, Florida school shooter accused of killing 17 people on Valentine's day. Police say Nikolas Cruz left his rifle and escaped the Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school campus. More than an hour later, police found him calm, and said Cruz understood and obeyed orders to lie face down in the grass and not move. He was handcuffed and brought to his feet to face witnesses brought there to ID the shooter.

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Maui power outage

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Maui Electric crews responding to a power outage on the Valley Isle. In a statement released around 8:53 on Friday morning, Maui County reports various parts of Maui are experiencing a power outage. Maui Electric responders are en route.

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Aloha Green: World Cannabis Day 4/20 Video included

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April 20 is known as National Cannabis Day. Helen Cho, Director of Integrated Strategy with one of Hawaii's dispensaries Aloha Green, came in to share some cannabis 101. 

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Power restored to UH Manoa after transformer fire Video included

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Power has been restored to the University of Hawaii at Manoa, after a transformer exploded and caused a blackout on campus. The University said student housing was a priority, and the lights were turned back on just after midnight.  The remaining buildings were back on by 3 a.m.  Crews responded to the fire around 6:45 p.m. on Thursday.  Smoke could be seen from the freeway as firefighters worked to put it out from a Hawaiian Electric Facility near the baseball stadi...

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Woman is in serious condition after car crash on the H2 freeway

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The incident happened on the H2 southbound/ H1 westbound off-ramp around 9 p.m. Thursday. 

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Firefighters battled transformer fire at UH Manoa lower campus Video included

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The Honolulu Fire Department is battling a transformer fire at the University of Hawaii at Manoa's lower campus.

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Oahu flood victims face months of cleanup Video included

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Gov. David Ige signed a supplementary emergency proclamation declaring the City and County of Honolulu a disaster area after flooding caused heavy damage in East Honolulu, from Niu Valley to Waimanalo. Wednesday, Mayor Caldwell issued the same emergency declaration. And on April 15, the governor issued the original  proclamation declaring Kauai a disaster area. "We will continue to support Kauai, Honolulu counties, and residents during the recovery and rebui...

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Honolulu Police Department promotes 18 officers, one civilian

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The Honolulu Police Department promoted 18 officers and one civilian in a ceremony at the Neal Blaisdell Center on Thursday. Damien Solon, Brian Taniguchi, and Brandi Yarnell are now lieutenants. Johnny Bahng and Aisha Romero are sergeants. Six new detectives and seven new corporals were also honored.  Honolulu Police Chief Susan Ballard says, "The most important job out there on the road is our first line supervisors and those are our sergeants who are on the road with ... More>>

Kaua'i Update: Crews continue to power through to rebuild parts of the island

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The City and County of Kaua'i has slowly improved over the last four days, but assistance is still in dire need.

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A faulty transmission line causes emergency power outage on Kaua'i

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Kaua'i Island Utility Cooperative says residents in Wainiha and Haena on the North Shore of Kaua'i as crews work to repair a fault on a transmission line. 

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Making a contribution, here's how you can help those on Kaua'i

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After storms and record flooding ravaged Kaua'i, many are wanting to help out. 

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A battle for survival on Kauai's North shore where residents are still trapped Video included

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After record breaking amounts of rainfall on Kauai, the battle for survival on the North shore continues. 

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Rising waters swept away Kauai homes Video included

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Island news reporter Moanike'ala Nabarro continues our team coverage of the flood. 

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Heavy rain damage closes roads on Kauai

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Kuhio Highway is closed between Waikoko and Wainiha due to multiple landslides. 

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Ak Yos sentenced to 10 years in prison for 2017 stabbing

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A Honolulu judge Thursday sentenced Ak Yos to 10 years in prison for stabbing a man during an argument in May of 2017. His defense attorney, Steven Nichols, told the judge, "the families have made up. His family went and asked for forgiveness from the complainant's family. So I think those bonds have been mended somewhat to the best that they can be." Yos said, through an interpreter, that he regrets what he did. Police documents say Yos followed the victim into his apart... More>>

Kauai schools remain closed due to heavy rains Video included

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Hanalei Elementary School in Kauai will remain closed Tuesday because of flooding and mud build up. 

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Civil Beat: Hawaii's elementary school after-school programs Video included

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Hawaii ranks pretty low when it comes to serving meals after school. 

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Hawaii Paroling Authority sets minimum prison term for Peter Kema, Sr.

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The Hawaii Paroling Authority says Peter Kema, Senior must serve a minimum 18 years of his 20-year prison sentence for killing his then-6-year-old son Peter Boy in 1997. That means the earliest he could get out is April 23, 2034. He's currently housed at Saguaro Correctional Center in Arizona. In a plea deal a judge in July 2017 sentenced Kema for manslaughter and hindering prosecution.  His wife, Jaylin Kema, also pleaded guilty to manslaughter. She is already out on probat... More>>

VIDEO: A raw look at the storm's aftermath on Kauai Video included

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Basic needs being flown in. Roads ruined. Families stranded. 

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Crews say it's a long road to recovery when rebuilding Kauai roads

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Those on Kauai tirelessly come together with one another to rebuild what was lost in the storm.

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Kauai flood recovery continues

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The community of Kaua'i continues to donate goods for residents of Wainiha and Ha'ena who are cut off from the rest of the island after multiple landslides on Kuhio Highway. 

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Benefit concert to help raise money for Kauai flood relief

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In the wake of the Kauai flooding, the community is coming together. 

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Floods on Kauai close state parks, leave campers stranded

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The Department of Land and Natural Resources said about 30 campers are stranded in the Kalalau area of the Napali Coast State Wilderness Park Tuesday. 

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Hanalei Bison Ranch still missing up to 20 bison after flood

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Hanalei Bison Ranch still missing up to 20 bison that were washed away in flood waters over the weekend. A spokesperson from the ranch told Island News Thursday they've counted up to 80 bison back on their 160-acre ranch. One bison that was rescued died after suffering a leg injury. The ranch thanks community members who helped wrangle the animals and notify them of sightings.   The ranch is located along the ocean where the river empties into Hanalei Bay. The furthest a loo...

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Community comes together to help out our Kauai ohana

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Storms on Kauai ravaged schools, homes, roads, farmlands and more on Kauai this weekend. 

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UPDATE: Kauai Schools closed after rain damage Video included

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Updates to Kauai school closures.

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Red Cross evacuation shelters open on Kauai Video included

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Air rescue operations have commenced on the North Shore area of Kauai, in response to the heavy rain and severe flooding that continues to affect the island. 

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Legendary big-wave surfer Laird Hamilton among rescuers on Kauai

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Among the rescuers jumping in to help with flood relief on Kauai is legendary big-wave surfer Laird Hamilton. He helped transport a family visiting from California that was stranded in their rental home.  "Being in the same boat as him was a little intimidating, but he didn't let that be, it was just like 'hurry get on we gotta go,'" said Erin Gwilliam. Hamilton said, "When you see the way this community works together. there's just no one does it better. The Ha... More>>

State mobilizes response to Kauai Floods and Landslides

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Governor David Ige this morning assembled state emergency management leaders to assist Kauai County’s response to serious flooding and landslides on that island.

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Water Service Outage for Haena and Wainiha on Kauai

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The Department of Water announces a water service outage for Haena and Wainiha customers until further notice. 

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Some state parks still closed on Kauai

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Napali Coast State Wilderness Park, including the Kalalau Trail, as well as Haena State Park remain closed due to flood damage and access being blocked on Kuhio Highway due to landslides.  The State Department of Land and Natural Resources say the closure's expected to last a while.  Parts of Wailua River State Park and Polihale State Park are also still closed due to damage and flooding. More>>

"Do not drink" advisory issued for part of Haena

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Residents along Kuhio Highway between Manoa Stream and the Limahuli Stream in Haena are being advised not to drink or cook with the tap water because of damage to the main water line. A water wagon's set up at the YMCA's Camp Naue. Residents need to bring their own water containers. More>>

Kauai's tourism dollars washed away with the flooding Video included

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Businesses on Kauai that rely on tourism are facing a new reality - their customers are gone.

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Kauai mayor Bernard Carvalho is helping residents cope Video included

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Flood waters have receded but recovery efforts are far from over. 

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State seeks to cancel lease with Olomana Golf Club Video included

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Fears of vandalism and homeless squatters are among the new concerns for former staff at a Kailua golf course. The chains are up at the driveway of Olomana Golf Club on Thursday, and when they'll come down, is not yet known. The club closed abruptly on Friday, April 13, without telling its landlord, the State Department of Land and Natural Resources. The state confirms it leased the property to Olomana Golf Links through the end of 2032. The DLNR says the owner made a paym...

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Students say "Bon Voyage" as their designs grace the catwalk Video included

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Models will grace the runway wearing designs made solely by Honolulu Community College students. 

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PHOTOS: Red Cross helps assess damage in Anahola

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The American Red Cross of Hawai'i continues to help those affected by flooding and storms on Kaua'i. 

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Man apparently bit by shark at Shipwreck's Beach

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While body boarding Thursday morning, a 29-year-old male was apparently bit by a shark, causing Shipwreck's Beach, or Keoneloa Bay, to close. 

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Titans say they will exercise 5th-year option on QB Mariota

The Tennessee Titans have announced they will exercise their fifth-year option on quarterback Marcus Mariota.

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Firefighters battle massive blaze at vacant Maunawili home Video included

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Nine units and 34 personnel arrived were called to the scene.

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Hawaii lawmakers consider bump stock ban after Las Vegas

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Hawaii lawmakers are discussing two bills that would tighten the state's already strict gun regulations. 

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What to expect from Friday's massive National School Walkout

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If you think students are done protesting gun violence, get ready for the National School Walkout. 

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POLL: How have you helped out those on O'ahu or Kaua'i post-storms?

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April storms have torn up land on both Oah'u and Kaua'i.  

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Police arrest suspect in Kalihi Valley shooting

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Honolulu police arrest suspect in a shooting in Kalihi Valley Wednesday. 

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State launches pilot project to help homeless and reduce criminal activity

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The state Wednesday launched a collaborative pilot project called Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion, or LEAD, to help Oahu's homeless and reduce criminal activity. In downtown Honolulu and Chinatown law enforcement agencies will refer those who commit low-level victimless crimes to social service providers to offer services like housing and substance abuse treatment.  LEAD will make sure service providers respond within 30 minutes to offer law enforcement officers an alternati... More>>

Big Island police, military, investigating alleged sexual assault at Hawaii Youth Challenge Academy Hilo

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Big Island Police and the military are investigating a reported sexual assault at the Hawaii Youth Challenge Academy in Hilo. Department of Defense says the female cadet reported last night a male staff member inappropriately touched her. The cadet's family's been notified. Youth Challenge is a five-and-a-half month residential military-style discipline program for at-risk 16 to 18 year olds.  More>>

Honolulu Police looking for Kapolei attempted kidnapping suspect

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Honolulu Police released a sketch of a man wanted for trying to kidnap a 17-year-old boy in Kapolei around 8 A.M. last Friday. Police say the boy was walking to school near the intersection of Kaiau Avenue and Maluohai Street when the man grabbed him, trying to pull him behind an electrical box. The boy was able to break free but the suspect chased him for 200 feet before leaving. The suspect is described as being in his 30s or 40s, about 5-foot-8, 200 pounds, with short black hair...

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Displaced by explosion, couple returns to crime scene

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            Instead of a return to normal for Palolo residents, weeks after an explosion, one couple returned to a crime scene.    

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Hanalei residents band together to save drowning bison

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Stories of homes and businesses being destroyed on Kauai are heartbreaking, but a real shocker were the roaming bison spotted all over. 

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Yes, that’s a monk seal with a knife in its mouth (and humans may be to blame) Video included

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“There was real concern that the seal pup might swallow the knife,” the DOCARE officer said in a statement. 

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Don't fall for fake fire inspectors Video included

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Because of heavy rain and the significant damage to homes across the state, the Honolulu Fire Department is warning residents about fake fire inspectors.A department spokesperson says, they've received reports about people saying they're fire inspectors and offering to inspect homes.      The Honolulu Fire Department does not inspect residential homes and department personnel are always in uniform with proper identification. Be sure to research the company and ask for ... More>>

But did the ShiuFit? Workouts to get your rear in gear on Wellness Wednesday Video included

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Bikini competitor, entrepreneur and trainer Shiulina Wu joins Tesia Worley on Wellness Wednesday. An impressive transformation just after seeing a photo, Wu went into full force and got in the best shape of her life. Wu has always been an active surfer and tahitian dancer but add bikini competitor to the list. Fitness and body building became her new lifestyle then she quickly married her passion of business and inspiring others. Her ShiuFIT athletic clothing line was released and si...

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Who's going to fix the rain damage? Video included

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According to the state, while filing for insurance take pictures of all damages, video if possible. Make arrangements for an insurance adjuster to visit your home and keep records and receipts of any money used for emergency repairs. You are advised to research the licensed contractor. Aina Haina resident Peter Tuohy said, "No one has contacted us or helped us. you know where do we go?" Questions arise and help is needed in multiple areas across the state. In order to decl... More>>

Will Play For Food tour makes it's way to Blue Note and Good Morning Hawaii Video included

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We've had them on the show before then Streetlight Cadence recently had their Will Play For Food tour, a newest addition to the band and stays unique as normal. Playing Wednesday night at the Blue Note, get ready for date night. http://bluenotehawaii.com Lyrics for "Thinking of You"   Sometimes, I miss the obvious Sometimes, I might be hard to trust. Sometimes, you might be surprised, that I am thinking of you.   Sometimes, you wait all night for me, Sometimes, y... More>>

Water main break near Waimanalo Gulch Landfill affects West Oahu Video included

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Board of Water Supply crews work to repair a 24-inch water main break near Waimanalo Gulch Landfill on Farrington Highway above Ko Olina in West Oahu.

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Whole Foods Market opening Kakaako location on May 9th Video included

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Whole Foods Market announced Tuesday it's opening its Kakaako location on Wednesday, May 9th. The two-story Ward Village location added 300 local jobs. It's also the largest location in Hawaii, featuring over 900 locally made, grown, or raised products. 

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Gov. Ige appoints Troy Hashimoto to fill former Rep. Joe Souki's seat in State House of Representatives

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Governor David Ige picked Troy Hashimoto to replace Joe Souki in the State House of Representatives Tuesday. By law the Governor had to select one of three finalists nominated by the Democratic Party on Maui. That list included Hashimoto, Dain Kane from the City Council, and attorney Joseph Wildman. Since 2011 Hashimoto has been Executive Assistant to Council Chair Mike White. He was also Chairman of the Maui Democratic Party between 2013 and 2017. He's a King Kekaulike graduate ...

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Man sentenced to 20 years in prison for killing adopted mother

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Charly Hernane, convicted of manslaughter, sentenced to 20 years in prison Tuesday for killing his adopted mother, 65-year-old Teresita Hernane, in 2011. Police documents show Hernane used a butcher-knife to fatally stab her in a room they shared in Kalihi. The judge noted Hernane's mental health, drug abuse, and a rough up-bringing as possible motives. More>>

Schofield soldier indicted on sexual assault charges

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Thirty-two-year-old Schofield soldier Harry Coronel indicted Tuesday on multiple counts of sexual assault. Between July 2015 and last October he's accused of assaulting a girl under the age of 14. He's out on $75,000 bond.  Coronel is  also accused of sexually assaulting a woman in December of 2016.  Trial for that case is scheduled for later this month. Coronel's part of the 25th Combat Aviation Brigade in the 25th Infantry Division. More>>

Kapaa residents care for displaced duck after flood

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The stories of hope on Kauai not only limited to rescuing each other but also for the animals. Valentina McKellar-Nash says a displaced duck showed up on her front porch in Kapaa on Monday. She fed it and even gave it some water. She says it usually hangs out with three other ducks about a mile away.    More>>

Navy Sailor killed in deadly Ewa Beach shooting

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       A respected Naval sailor, killed just steps from his own home.  The man who fired the fatal shot, after initially being arrested by police, has now been released.       

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Memorial services planned for former Sen. Daniel Akaka

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A schedule of memorial services for former U.S. Senator Daniel Akaka has been released by family members.

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Campers from out of state found themselves trapped on the Kalalau trail

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An Idaho family of four attempted to escape their flooded campground on the Kalalau Trail on Kauai. 

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Financial assistance available for those affected by devastating storms

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Bank of Hawaii announced a financial assistance program for people affected by severe weather on Kauai and in East Honolulu.

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Man shot and killed in Ewa Beach worked for U.S. Navy

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The man who was shot and killed Sunday morning in Ewa Beach was a former U.S. Navy serviceman. 

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Culturally conscious design company to raise funds for Kaua’i flooding victims

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As images continue to surface after a weekend of devastating rain ripped through Kaua’i, one company decided to turn their aloha into action.   

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One dead after jetliner apparently blows an engine in flight

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A Southwest Airlines jet apparently blew an engine at 30,000 feet and got hit by shrapnel that smashed a window and damaged the fuselage Tuesday, killing a passenger and injuring seven others, authorities said. 

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Hawaii Island police looking for man swept into ocean

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Big island police are asking for help finding a man who was swept into the ocean near Pahoa. The man in his 30's was seen floating face down-- but by the time rescue crews got there, he was gone.      It was in the area by the Hawaiian Beaches subdivision on Government Beach Road. Conditions at the time were reported to be rugged along the rocky coastline with big surf and strong winds. Crews will continue their search at sunrise Tuesday.   More>>

Four visitors rescued over the weekend in waters off of West Maui

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Lifeguards and Fire Crews responded to two paddle boarders off of Napili Bay having trouble getting back to shore.  The two men in their 60's and 30's were from Wyoming, they were blown offshore by strong winds.  Two other men also from Wyoming snorkeled out to help them, but also got stuck.  All four were brought back to shore without injuries.   

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Filed your taxes yet? You can still file an extension Video included

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Tax day is here! For all you procrastinators, if you haven't filed your taxes yet, you have until 11:59 p.m. Tuesday. If you still need more time, you can file an extension, but there's a catch you need to know about. To file an extension, fill out form 4868 and you get six months extra time.  Making your new tax deadline October 15. But that doesn't mean you're off the hook. "While you can extend the time to file your taxes, the government still does expect you to make.

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Starbucks will close 8,000 US stores May 29 for racial-bias training Video included

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Starbucks says it will close its 8,000 company-owned stores in the United States on May 29 to educate employees about racial bias. 

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Power outage in Kahului, Maui due to a car crash Video included

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A power outage in Kahuluii on Maui. The Department of Education says Lihikai Elementary in Kahulu is closed due to no electricity.  Power went out when a car crashed into a pole and electric crews are currently working to fix the problem.  According to crews, power has been restored to majority of residents just before 5AM.     

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Zipper lane now open

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The zipper lane is now open, despite the delayed scheduled time for 6AM. According to the Department of Transportation, the zipper lane delay was due to a contractor in Aiea that continued working and remained on the freeway longer than scheduled. Adjust your travel plans and expect delays. More>>

Zipper lane delayed till 6am

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The zipper lane is scheduled to be open at 6AM. According to the Department of Transportation, the zipper lane will open approximately thirty minutes late. The delay is because a contractor in Aiea continued working and remained on the freeway longer than scheduled. Adjust your travel plans and expect delays. More>>

Long road to recovery on the Garden Isle Video included

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At its peak, the National Weather Service says Wainiha got more than 36 inches of rain.

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61 people safe after getting stranded at shelter Video included

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As relentless rains beat down on Kauai dozens of people needed shelter from their shelter.   61 in all wound up stranded at a Red Cross shelter at Hanalei Elementary Sunday night. 40 were tourists, and later in the night another 21 Kauai residents showed up. But the safe zone became a danger zone.

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Worst flooding for East Oahu in 30 years Video included

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      Oahu's torrential downpours created the worst flooding in three decades, for parts of the island.        

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State transportation crews add smart boards along Pali Highway

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 The Hawaii Department of Transportation on Monday added smart boards along Pali Highway to tell drivers of current travel times. The Honolulu- and Kailua-bound solar powered boards will be updated between 5:30AM and 8PM, helping drivers plan commutes and determine whether they should take alternate routes like the H-3, Likelike Highway, or Kalanianaole Highway.  The Department of Tranportation is working on adding similar boards along other highways. 

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Past lessons for the future of Hawaii Video included

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Murphy is one of few wahine to navigate long distance.

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A herd of bison were on the loose after flooding in Hanalei Video included

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Flooding caused problems for ranchers on the Garden Island. 

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After the damage is done, the BBB says be wary of 'Storm Chasers'

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Homes, businesses and countless properties were damaged in this weekend's wild storms. 

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PICTURES: Gov. Ige assesses the damage in an aerial tour

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Governor David Ige assessed the damage after storms ravaged Kauai this weekend. 

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National Weather Service: It's too difficult to pinpoint where record events might hit

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We’ve had two damaging flooding events. 

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Almost a dozen landslides reported along Kuhio Hwy, DOT assesses the damage

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State Department of Transportation crews are assessing and responding damage to flooded roads.

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POLL: During the flooding this weekend, who took to social media to connect with family?

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Who took to social media to connect with family and make sure everyone was safe?

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East Oahu church devastated by flood waters asking for the community's help to feed the needy Video included

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It was church service as usual for the parish of Calvary by Sea Lutheran Church in Aina Haina.  Yet just outside the sanctuary doors, a trail of mud and standing water.      Friday night's ravaging flood waters devastated the entire property.  One of the hardest hit areas on the property was the Montesorri pre-school.       More than a foot of water tore through the building, almost everything needs to be replaced.      ...

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Nalo greens, bees destroyed by Friday's storm Video included

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Dean Okimoto, owner of Nalo farms in Waimanalo, faces a financial setback after Friday night's rain washed away a dozen acres worth of his popular Nalo greens. 

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Waimea church feeds hunger - in body and soul Video included

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A Waimea church began a program to feed the hungry, and in the process, found it was nourishing people in more than one way. Here's why the St. James' Community Meal is so popular. Live music, entertainment for kids, and a hot meal amongst friends. This is St. James Church's free food ministy for the poor, homeless, and hungry. Waimea Community Meal co-chair Tim Bostock explains how it all started in December 2016. "We at St. James had felt for some time we wanted to do more ou... More>>

Donor Recognition Ceremony honors organ, tissue donors and family members Video included

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400 patients in Hawaii need a life-saving organ transplant, and thousands more need tissue for reconstructive surgery. Legacy of Life Hawaii held their 25th annual Donor Remembrance Ceremony Saturday at the Ko’olau Ballrooms to honor Hawaii’s organ, eye, and tissue donors. 

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Suspect arrested in Ewa Beach shooting

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A 33-year-old man is in custody after shooting a 41-year-old male on Kaileonui drive in Ewa Beach.

The suspect was arrested at 5:00 a.m. Sunday morning.

The victim was attempting to open the front door of the suspect's residence when the suspect shot him. 

Emergency Medical Services responded to the scene and the pronouncement of death was made. 

Island News will have the latest updates.

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ABC exclusive with former FBI Director James Comey

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Sunday at 9 p.m. right here on ABC former FBI Director James Comey speaks exclusively with ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopolos. In it, he gives his perspective on the President and explains why he re-opened the investigation into Hilary Clinton's emails eleven days before the 2016 election.

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Aiea and Halawa city roadwork

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As part of Mayor Kirk Caldwell’s continued focus on improving city infrastructure, resurfacing and other roadwork is scheduled to begin on Monday, April 16 on various streets in the Aiea and Halawa areas, barring any weather-related delays.  The project includes, but is not limited to: cold planing; resurfacing and reconstruction of asphalt concrete pavements; adjustment of utility manhole and handhold frames and covers; installation of new traffic signals; installation of... More>>

Red Cross helps flood victims across state

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On Oahu, American Red Cross volunteers conducted damage assessments in Windward Oahu and East Honolulu on Saturday, and spent Sunday distributing clean up kits to affected residents. Island News followed them around Papai Street in Aina Haina, which the Red Cross says is one of the hardest hit areas on Oahu. On Kauai,  American Red Cross volunteers opened shelters at Hanalei Elementary,  Kapaa Middle School, and Church of the Pacific in Princeville at 8 p.m. ...

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Chinatown road closures start Monday

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The Department of Facility Maintenance is scheduled to close River Street between Beretania Street and Hotel Street to perform road repairs beginning  Monday, April 16. River Street will be closed Mondays through Fridays from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. while this work is being done. Weather and conditions permitting, the project is anticipated to be completed by Monday, May 7, 2018.  Motorists are advised to avoid the area if possible and use alternate routes. Please allow for ...

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Kauai Road Closures

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Kauai officials are reporting the following road closures due to flooding and severe weather: One lane of Kuhio highway, between Kuamoo road and Wailua golf course  Kuhio highway, between Waikoko and Wainiha, due to multiple landslides  Kuhio highway, between Princeville and Hanalei Bridge One lane of Kuhio highway at Kalihiwai bridge due to a landslide Hanalei Plantation road in Princeville due to a sinkhole More>>

Flash Flood Warning issued for Big Island

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A flash flood warning has been issued for Big Island County until 10:15 a.m. Sunday. According to the National Weather Service, just after 9 a.m., rainfall had diminished with mostly light to moderate rainfall along the Puna and Kau Districts.  Runoff levels still remain high in some areas and the intersections at 39th Avenue and Pohaku Drive remains closed due to flooding. 

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Power Outage in Kaimuki

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Wind and rain brought down a powerline in Kaimuki along Maunaloa avenue fronting Liholiho Elementary on Friday, Police closed the road to allow HECO crews to work on it. About 2,800 customers were without power in East Honolulu, Waimanalo, and Kailua.  Power has been restored to customers and HECO officials say that there were no major outages Saturday.

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Maui Police Officer Suing the Department for Discrimination

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A Maui police officer is suing the Maui Police Department for "Discrimination and Retaliation" in the workplace.  After serving in the Gulf War with the Army, Kelly Pau'ole was diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder. He claims his condition was aggravated after a shooting in 2006. Pau'ole also says that he denied light-duty work and was demoted because of his condition.  Pau'ole is a twelve year veteran of the Maui Police Department. He says several off...

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Nalo Farms devastated by rains, asks for your help Video included

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The rains put the well-known Nalo Farms under four feet of water! Owner Dean Okimoto says it'll take six weeks to clean up, but the financial damage will last much longer. It started a GoFundMe account because it needs your help to stay afloat. To support Nalo Farms, go to: https://www.gofundme.com/save-nalo-farms. Nalo Farms supplies about 80 restaurants and three grocery stores (Don Quixote, Foodland, Tamuras.) More>>

Catch a flick at the 21st Annual HIFF Spring Showcase

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This weather making you want to stay inside and curl up?   Catch a flick at the 21st annual Hawaii International Film Festival’s Spring Showcase. What’s considered to be HIFF’s “mini-festival,” the Spring Showcase brings in films from all over the world.  With 33 films from 12 different countries, Anna Page, HIFF’s Director of Programming, says the the festival brings in what the community would never be able to see.  Page said fi...

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Aina Haina cleanup stalls traffic

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"city crews spent saturday morning cleaning up debris as well as mud all along kalanianaole highway, as heavy rains flooded this part of the highway late last night." a layer of thick mud all along on the sidewalk and in neighboring homes. crews working to clear it all out. as a result --- traffic was at a standstill for drivers making their way out of and into hawaii kai. only one lane was open in both directions as the storm cleanup continued throughout the day. but...

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Take the plunge for Special Olympics Hawaii

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Daredevils too the plunge for Special Olympics Hawai’i on Saturday. The nonprofit’s popular Polar Plunge theme this year is inspired by the popular Netflix TV series “Stranger Things,” encouraging supporters to channel their inner Eleven and face the mighty Demogorgon, a 95 foot long, 36 foot high inflatable slide, and plunge into the Upside Down World of ice cold water. “The Polar Plunge is a fun and easy way for our local businesses... More>>

Kuliouou Flooding forces closure of Kalanianaole Hwy until 3:30 p.m. this afternoon

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Cars were seen underwater on Kuli'ou'ou road on O'ahu as heavy rains and flooding led to multiple water evacuations overnight.  The rain forced the closure of Kalanianaole highway from Aina Haina to Makapu'u, which was reopened around 3:30 p.m. Saturday afternoon. The National Weather service reported 10 to 12 inches of standing water on the highway with water rising just before 9 p.m. last night.  A partial mudslide also blocked the highway at Ke'olu drive.  The ra... More>>

Heavy Traffic in east Oahu as crews clean up after flooding rain

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Only one town-bound is open on Kalanianaole Highway from Kuliouou to West Hind Drive. Two lanes are closed as city crews work to clear debris and storm drains.  Expect major delays on your commute. Heavy rain Friday night forced the closure of Kalanianaole Highway as roads flooded with rain run-off. No word on when clean-up will be complete.

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Waimanalo cleans up after floods Video included

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Moving up the east side of Oahu, flooding in Waimanalo not only swept through businesses and homes. The force of the water even tore apart a vital roadway. The cleanup went on all day Saturday after torrential rains tore through many parts of the island Friday night, including Waimanalo.  Resident Wilson Ho described, "When it thundered, it sounded like a plane crash." Homes were a muddy mess after flash floods tore through. Another Waimanaloresident, Keoki Stender,...

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Heavy rain flooded roads and backed up traffic in East Oahu

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The rain poured then came some flooding Friday evening. 

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Nanakuli residents welcome the area's first public library Video included

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The smell of books, the sound of pages turning-the new Nanakuli Public Library is set to open Saturday, April 14th. 

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Honolulu City Councilman to propose bill requiring periodic building inspections Video included

The City's Department of Planning and Permitting says there is no requirement on how often a building should be inspected, and that it's currently up to the owners to do so on their own. 

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Giant boulder on hillside lanai raises questions about removal

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A massive boulder still sits on a Manoa family's lanai, a day after it rolled down from the hillside. The owner of the Manoa Hillside Estates gated community home, Lisa Tsutsui, says she has no idea who will remove it. Her insurance company told her it's not covered in her policy, and she may have to appeal.  .

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Award winning singer, songwriter and new mom Kimie Miner says Good Morning Hawaii Video included

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Kimie Miner, award winning singer and songwriter released her new album "Proud As The Sun" earning her six Na Hoku Hanohano nominations and three Island Music award nominations. Miner said she's "excited" about her new label, Haku Productions and "jumping back into the industry in such a big way" especially with new baby girl. Adding on the challenges of now getting two people ready but jokes around saying, "that's why God made them so cute". ... More>>

Locking down parks and restrooms after hours due to vandalism Video included

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O'AHU - Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell say's he's fed up with vandalism at O'ahu parks and will be starting a program to lock them down after hours. The city will be making sure gated parks are secure and restroom doors will be closed after hours. Cameras near restroom entrances will be installed and the city is spending 25-thousand dollars to hire a security company to secure the parks. The pilot program will include 25 parks from Sandy Beach Park to Aiea starting this month through J... More>>

3D body scanning is the new fitness technology

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Mirror mirror on the wall: new technology is giving researchers a unique way to look at us all. 

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Pilot project tests safety of 25 Honolulu parks after closing hours

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If you're wanting to hang out at these parks after dark, or at least past closing hours, you'll have to face security. 

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Bank robbed in Makiki, HPD still investigating

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HPD headed to a bank in Makiki Thursday afternoon after an apparent robbery.

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Honolulu more sanitary than you think, #1 in world

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Studies show the city of Honolulu is pretty clean. International consulting firm, Mercer, Honolulu ranks number one in worldwide sanitation. 

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Yelp: Save money, cook at home! Video included

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Want to know the quickest way to save money on delicious food? Cook at home! 

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  • Over 400 people attend community meeting in Wainiha

    Over 400 people attend community meeting in Wainiha

    Monday, April 23 2018 2:45 AM EDT2018-04-23 06:45:28 GMT

    Mayor Bernard Carvalho Jr., and county and state officials held a community meeting at the Hanalei Colony Resort for the isolated Wainiha and Ha‘ena residents. They provided much needed answers to the the top concerns from the community.       

    Mayor Bernard Carvalho Jr., and county and state officials held a community meeting at the Hanalei Colony Resort for the isolated Wainiha and Ha‘ena residents. They provided much needed answers to the the top concerns from the community.       

  • Protect your belongings with new lockers in Waikiki

    Protect your belongings with new lockers in Waikiki

    Monday, April 23 2018 1:27 AM EDT2018-04-23 05:27:39 GMT

    Aloha Lockers officially opened this week. The shop is located right next to the Honolulu Police Waikiki Substation off Kalakaua Avenue. 

    Aloha Lockers officially opened this week. The shop is located right next to the Honolulu Police Waikiki Substation off Kalakaua Avenue. 

  • Hawaii Army National Guard soldiers bid families "aloha" before deployment

    Hawaii Army National Guard soldiers bid families "aloha" before deployment

    Monday, April 23 2018 1:20 AM EDT2018-04-23 05:20:50 GMT

    Members of the Hawaii Army National Guard are being deployed to Afghanistan to support U.S. Army Aviation missions. They bid "aloha" to their friends and family Friday during a special deployment ceremony at Kalaeloa.

    Members of the Hawaii Army National Guard are being deployed to Afghanistan to support U.S. Army Aviation missions. They bid "aloha" to their friends and family Friday during a special deployment ceremony at Kalaeloa.

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  • EDM DJ Avicii dead at 28

    EDM DJ Avicii dead at 28

    Saturday, April 21 2018 12:22 AM EDT2018-04-21 04:22:33 GMT
    DJ star Avicii, whose real name is Tim Bergling, died Friday in the Middle Eastern country Oman at the age of 28. Details surrounding his death have not yet been released but he did suffer from acute pancreatitis, partly due to excessive drinking. He's described as a pioneer of the contemporary Electronic Dance Movement.  He earned two Grammy nominations and one Billboard Music Award. 
    DJ star Avicii, whose real name is Tim Bergling, died Friday in the Middle Eastern country Oman at the age of 28. Details surrounding his death have not yet been released but he did suffer from acute pancreatitis, partly due to excessive drinking. He's described as a pioneer of the contemporary Electronic Dance Movement.  He earned two Grammy nominations and one Billboard Music Award. 
  • Harley Davidson looking for eight summer interns

    Harley Davidson looking for eight summer interns

    Saturday, April 21 2018 12:19 AM EDT2018-04-21 04:19:10 GMT

    Harley-Davidson is looking for eight interns to travel all over the country on motorcycles and document their experience on social media. The company will teach them how to ride and even pay them for 12 weeks of "work." And at the end they'll get to keep their bikes. Selections will be made by mid-May.  For more information, visit https://jobs.harley-davidson.com/key/summer-internship-job.html.

    Harley-Davidson is looking for eight interns to travel all over the country on motorcycles and document their experience on social media. The company will teach them how to ride and even pay them for 12 weeks of "work." And at the end they'll get to keep their bikes. Selections will be made by mid-May.  For more information, visit https://jobs.harley-davidson.com/key/summer-internship-job.html.

  • National School Walkout on April 20 for Columbine shooting anniversary

    National School Walkout on April 20 for Columbine shooting anniversary

    Friday, April 20 2018 7:37 PM EDT2018-04-20 23:37:11 GMT

    A Colorado community knows what it means to come to terms with loss. 

    A Colorado community knows what it means to come to terms with loss. 


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