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Honolulu developer nixes deal with Chinese company on West Oahu land purchase

HONOLULU (KITV4) -- Alakai Development, a Honolulu-based residential development company, has terminated its $23.3 million deal to purchase nearly 20 acres of land in West Oahu from China Oceanwide Holdings, KITV4 has learned. Alakai Development delivered a notice to the Chinese company last week Wednesday – three days before the...
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Another Ewa Beach business struck by smash-and-grab burglars

EWA BEACH, Hawaii (KITV4) -- Thieves made off with an ATM from an Ewa Beach business overnight in yet another smash-and-grab robbery on Oahu. This latest incident happened around 2 a.m. at Ewa Pantry liquor store located at the Ewa Beach Town Center, Honolulu Police said (HPD). HPD investigators say...
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2 elderly pedestrians seriously injured after Pearl City crash

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - An elderly woman was critically injured and an elderly man is in serious condition after they were struck by a car in Pearl City on Sunday. Authorities said the incident happened around 9 p.m. near Waiau District Park. The 75-year-old man and 81-year-old woman were crossing in...
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Police Renew Request For Public’s Help With Finding Missing Hilo Man

Big Island police are asking the public again for its help to find a missing Hilo man. Police are trying to locate 45-year-old Keith Everett, who was reported missing the last week of February. It’s thought that he might be living on the streets in Honolulu. During that past several months there have been several reported sightings of Everett at beach parks and near the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport.
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Auto theft ends in purse snatching leaving Pauoa residents concerned

HONOLULU (KHON2) — It was a typical weekend for Mandy Tardif until she noticed something missing from her Pauoa home. “It took me a little while to figure out why my car wasn’t there and after realizing it wasn’t there,” said Mandy Tardif, a Pauoa resident. “I said oh my goodness it must’ve been stolen.” […]
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Free training for high-demand jobs available at UH community colleges

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Free short-term training classes in health care, technology and the skilled trades are being offered this summer at University of Hawaii Community Colleges. Training sessions being offered this summer through the Hana Career Pathway program include:. Certified nurse aide in the health care sector. CompTIA industry certifications...
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New penalties in effect to discourage road test no-shows in Honolulu

HONOLULU (KITV4) -- The City and County of Honolulu rolled out new rules Monday to help shorten the wait time for road test appointments. Anyone who does not show up to their road test appointment without canceling or rescheduling beforehand will be barred from making another appointment for 14 days and forfeit their $8 deposit.
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Safety improvement work to close roads on Maui, Hawaii Island

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Two major road safety projects will impact traffic on Maui and Hawaii Island this week. Construction of the Kihei Roundabout is set to begin, with a full closure nightly between Kaonoulu Street and Piikea Avenue. The closure begins at 9:30 p.m. and runs through 4:30 a.m. Following...
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Medical experts offer advice for parents concerned about baby formula shortage

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - You should see some of those big brand-name baby formulas back on the shelves in the next couple of months. That’s because today, Abbott Nutrition, which makes about half of the country’s supply, said it could reopen its Michigan plant in two weeks after reaching an agreement with U.S. health officials. It had closed the facility in February due to safety issues after reports of infant illness and deaths from its products.
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State agencies conduct citric acid airdrop operation to eradicate coqui frogs near Waimanalo

WAIMANALO, Hawaii (KITV4) -- A joint operation in a remote area in the back of Waimanalo Valley targeted the thousands of coqui frogs living there. The State Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) and the Department of Agriculture conducted an airdrop of citric acid into a four-acre area at the base of the Koolau Mountains they say is infested with coqui frogs.
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