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Council’s Override of the Mayoral Veto

In the aftermath of the Council’s override of Mayor Caldwell’s veto of the latest sit-lie bill, it might be a good time to reflect on the path we are taking with regard to the issue of homelessness. 469 more words

Ernest Martin

June 24th, 2015

We left the house around noon where it was sunny, and headed to find a beach on the windward side. We were met with rain for most of the drive. 295 more words

One Year In Hawaii

Follow the leader

Follow the chickens to the Hale’iwa Farmers’ Market by Waimea Falls.

Beach-goers rescue injured green sea turtle

A green sea turtle injured by fishing line was found off Papa’iloa Beach near Haleiwa on Saturday.

The Oahu Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals says good samaritans found and rescued the turtle. 25 more words

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Police asks for public's help in locating two men related to kidnapping

Crimestoppers and the Honolulu Police Department are asking for the public’s help in locating two men who are wanted for questioning in a kidnapping case involving David Kawika Pukahi. 127 more words

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HI - 2 men wanted in connection with case of missing Hauula man | More Local News - KITV Home

HONOLULU —Two men are wanted by police for questioning in a case involving a missing Hauula man.

On April 6 at around 1:10 p.m., David Kawika Pukahi was seen in the company of 38-year-old Gabriel Schimidt and, possibly, 44-year-old Shawn Hardy. 20 more words

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Big wave surfer and world famous photographer opens new Haleiwa Gallery

The journey of North Shore surfer Clark Little from the waves to becoming a world famous photographer wasn’t planned, but the ride has been sweet! Clark took some time out of his busy schedule, to talk with Taizo about his journey, his motivation, and his new gallery in Haleiwa! 26 more words

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