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2 injured after elevator falls two floors in Honolulu | UPDATE
HONOLULU (KITV4) -- Two people in Honolulu were injured after the elevator they were riding in fell two floors, Thursday afternoon. The incident happened around 1 p.m. in building 7 at Honolulu Community College, located at 874 Dillingham Boulevard.
Moped crash in Waimanlo leaves youth in serious condition
The Honolulu Emergency Medical Services said they responded to a 911 call at 4:53 p.m. on Wednesday, June 8.
Kapiʻolani Blvd. was closed in both directions
The City and County of Honolulu has announced a road closure.
A sneak peak at what it’s like to ride the new rail
After years of delays, the first portion of Honolulu's rail is set to open on June 30.
Council approves $350 rebate for owner-occupants and say they’re just getting started
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - The $3.4 billion budget passed by the Honolulu Council on Wednesday night included a $54 million tax break for owner-occupant property owners. But the one-time $350 rebate may only be the beginning for tax relief. The rebate could go to as many as 152,000 homeowners. The residential...
Nurses and CNAs picket outside Oahu Care Facility for a fair contract
HONOLULU (KITV4) -- Nurses and nurse assistants with Oahu Care Facility (OCF) picketed early Thursday on Beretania Street in Honolulu. The Hawaii Nurses Association (HNA) said little progress has been made in the past few months on a new contract.
Honolulu Conspiracy Trial Pushed To October 2024
Three former Honolulu officials facing federal conspiracy charges may not get their day in court until October 2024. Ex-city attorney Donna Long, former managing director Roy Amemiya and former Honolulu Police Commission chair Max Sword stand accused of improperly executing a retirement payout to disgraced police chief Louis Kealoha in 2017.
Take a look inside Honolulu's rail system as it prepares to welcome passengers for the first time
A small Hawaii community’s solution to a child care shortage runs afoul of state policies. Known for its lush landscape, rocky cliffs and upcountry slopes, Hawaii Island’s Hamakua Coast is home to several farming communities. Waiahole Valley families appeal to state board amid rent increase talks. Updated: 3...
Businesses close as Hawaiʻi Gas negotiations continue
As the strike by more than 200 Hawaiʻi Gas workers enters its second week, the walkout is beginning to have an impact on customers.
Experts: A Cat 4 hurricane would leave Honolulu’s airport under 9 feet of water
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - When you look at Urban Honolulu, it’s hard to imagine what it would look like if a major hurricane were to make a direct hit. But scientists and emergency management officials have been doing more than just imagining it. And they have a good idea of...
List of what’s closed, open for King Kamehameha Day
King Kamehameha I left an immensely lasting legacy. Uniting what came to be known as the Hawaiian Kingdom was a feat no one had been capable of before his time.
City to begin repaving Kalākaua Ave. next week
A major repaving project is coming to parts of Waikīkī.
City to accept first 2,000 new applications for rent, utility relief program
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - A key COVID-19 relief program for Oahu renters will temporarily reopen for applications next week. The city will accept up to 2,000 new applications for its Rental and Utility Relief Program beginning at 2 p.m. on Tuesday. The program is touted as one of the nation’s most successful rental relief programs.
‘Senseless act’: Community seeks answers after endangered monk seal found dead
HONOLULU (KHNL/Gray News) - Officials are looking for the person responsible after an endangered Hawaiian monk seal was found dead on the coast of a Hawaii island. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Office of Law Enforcement is offering $5,000 for information to prosecute the suspect in the death of the seal.
Honoring the 1st dynasty of the Hawaiian Kingdom
We all make use of our island roadways but when was the last time you paid attention to their given names?
Trusting his gut, this photographer hiked a mile, captured start of Kilauea’s fiery eruption
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Photographer John Tarson was in the right place, at the right time when he captured Kilauea’s fiery eruption early Wednesday morning. Tarson owns Epic Lava Tours and he lives about five minutes away. He said the earthquakes woke him up overnight and just had a feeling...
King Kamehameha Day festivities happening around the islands
HONOLULU (KITV4) – E ala e na kini o ka ‘aina, meaning “arise all people of the land” is this year’s King Kamehameha Day’s theme and people from all over the islands are celebrating the holiday differently and welcome the community to join in on the celebration!
Episode 164: Meet Sgt. Mom ... an HPD veteran and mother of 4
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - This week on “Muthaship,” Honolulu police veteran Sgt. Barbara Delaforce talks about what it’s like juggling motherhood with the duties of a police officer. The mom of four says there are definite dangers on the job but explains why she has chosen to stay...
Woman falls, boy seen climbing over high-rise balcony
WARNING: Video in this story may be disturbing to some viewers. HONOLULU (KHON2) — The Honolulu Police Department is investigating an incident that happened in Kakaako earlier today. Bystanders detail the terrifying situation as they said a little boy was seen climbing over a high-rise balcony. It was an hours-long investigation on Keawe Street with […]
Bus routes to service rail riders start next month
The City’s Department of Transportation services officially takes over the first phase of the rail on Friday.
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