Multiple car crash blocks the three far left lanes on the H1 Town/Eastbound direction after the Waiawa overpass (H1/H2 merge). HPD on scene. At the H1 H2 split, 3 left lanes blocked in the Waianae/West bound direction across from Waipahu off. A stalled vehicle in the far right lane town bound in the zipper approaching the Waimalu exit. Alternates like Kamehameha HWY and Farrington HWY are improving.
HDOT says they are working to stabilize the area.
WAIPAHU - HPD on scene of accident on Farrington EB in left lane after Paiwa before Waipahu HS. Alternate route, Waipahu ST.
President and CEO of Hawaii Dental Service Mark Yamakawa and cardiologist -at Pali Momi Medical Center- John Kao join Tesia Wednesday morning for American Heart month. Former board member Dr Kao talks about the importance of American Heart Month... For more than 50 years, the month of February has been dedicated to raising awareness about health matters related to the heart, specifically heart disease. About Heart Disease Heart Disease (including Coronary Heart Disease, Hyperten...
Bus routes that usually take the Pali are being re-routed. Windward routes 55 - 56 - 57 - 57A and 65 will all be taking the H3 Freeway to get to town. In town only route 4 is running in Nu'uanu Valley. Riders in that area trying to get to Windward Oahu will have to use a transfer at Vineyard and Nu'uanu where the city has put up a portable bus stop. The detours are expected to last through tomorrow morning.
More than a dozen people lined up along the Humane Society with colorful signs, demanding justice for their furry friends.
Air travel will soon no longer be just for males and females. New "unspecified" and "undisclosed" gender options are going to be available for passengers in the near future. According to Airlines for America, this move will provide a "culture of diversity and inclusion." United Airlines says its passengers will be able to select the new option in only a few weeks. Others, including Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Airlines and Southwest Airlines...
Happening this morning, thousands of runners and walkers take to the streets for this year's Great Aloha Run. Participant Michelle Salvado said, "I'm getting a little bit older now and i want to do some health and fitness stuff. and really just focus on training my body. I want to get ready for another run which is the Honolulu marathon." Over the past 35 years, the event helped raise more than 14-million dollars for over 150 local non-profit organizations. The start line...
Closure of Nimitz Highway/Ala Moana Boulevard in both directions between South Street and Valkenburgh Street on Monday, Feb. 18, from 4 a.m. until after the race passes, for the Great Aloha Run. Closure of Salt Lake Boulevard in both directions between Kahuapaani Street and the entrance to the Aloha Stadium on Monday, Feb. 18, from 4 a.m. until after the race passes, for the Great Aloha Run. Lane closures on Kamehameha Highway in the westbound direction between Valkenburgh Street an...
Some say it's a dangerous situation becoming more hazardous every day.
Many road closures this weekend for construction. Download the KITV4 weather app and select traffic before heading out the door today. 1) PEARL CITY TO AIEA (WEEKEND/NIGHT WORK) Up to three lanes closed on the H-1 Freeway in the eastbound direction between the Waiawa Interchange and the Aiea Heights Drive overpass from 10 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 15, continuously through 6:30 a.m. on Saturday morning, Feb. 16, for shoulder widening work. The shoulder will be closed. Right lane will be ...
WAIALUA - Kaukonahua Road closed in both directions between Wilikina Drive and Thompson Corner due to an overturned vehicle
Rain or shine, the Eminem concert is a go at Aloha Stadium Friday.
Vaigai did not take long to decide, walking over to a watermelon with a carving of the Rams logo on Thursday.
As people age, it's not uncommon to need to take more and more medications to stay healthy.
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