Ulupö heiau on Windward Oahu is said to have been built by whom?
Chief Kahekili
Kamehameha the First
Danny Kaleikini
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Man arrested for robbing woman in Kaneohe

A 25-year-old man accused of injuring a woman during a robbery late Friday in Kaneohe has been arrested. The suspect allegedly used physical force to grab personal property from a 44-year-old woman and injured her during the 5 p.m. attack, according to a police report.

Firefighters extinguish Kaneohe house fire

Eighteen firefighters responded and observed smoke and flames flaring from the front of the home, according to Honolulu Fire Spokesman Capt. David Jenkins in a news release.

Kaneohe-bound lanes of Likelike closed

The Kaneohe-bound lanes of the Likelike Highway were closed about 5 p.m. today because of an accident, police said. Honolulu police say the lanes after the tunnel have been shut down.

Man arrested for attempted murder in Moanalua gun incident

Police arrested a 30-year-old Moanalua man after he allegedly threatened and attempted to injure a 29-year-old woman with a firearm in Moanalua. The suspect allegedly attempted to harm the victim at about 11:15 a.m. Wednesday.

Navy plane heads from Hawaii to New Zealand to help after earthquake

A U.S. Navy P-3C Orion aircraft out of Hawaii is assisting with a survey of ground damage in New Zealand after an earthquake hit the South Island. BBC News said two people were killed in the 7.8-magnitude quake near Christchurch Monday, blocking roads and causing some building damage.

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How to Remove Tonsil Stones (Tonsiliths)
Tonsil stones, also known as tonsilloliths, are small, off-white deposits that you can see in the craters of your tonsils. They are usually caused when bits of food get lodged in these craters; bacteria start feeding on them, digesting them until they turn into the foul-smelling gunk we know and hate. Tonsil stones are not uncommon for people with deep tonsil craters. Although they are regularly dislodged during coughing and eating, and medical or home intervention is often unnecessary, there are several methods for removing these deposits and prevent their recurrence.