Ulupö heiau on Windward Oahu is said to have been built by whom?
Chief Kahekili
Kamehameha the First
Danny Kaleikini
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Electrical work to close 1 lane of Likelike

One lane of Likelike Highway will be closed from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Thursday as contractors for Hawaiian Electric replace power transmission equipment in the Kaneohe area. The right, Kaneohe-bound lane of Likelike Highway will be closed for a quarter mile after the juncture of the H-3 exit ramp.

4.2 quake jolts Windward Oahu

According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the earthquake occurred at about 8:40 p.m. It was centered 20 miles northeast of Marine Corps Base Kaneohe at a depth of more than eight miles. The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center did not report any tsunami from the quake, which was initially reported as a magnitude 4.0. Dozens of residents in the Kailua, Kaneohe and Waimanalo area reported feeling the jolt, which was also felt by a handful of people on Molokai.

One man's 21-day voyage of redemption - 12 years in the making

Early Wednesday afternoon, John Silverwood rounded the corner into Kaneohe Yacht Club, marking the end of a 2,700 mile journey. "We hit a submerged reef and the boat was broken into pieces and the mast cut my leg off," Silverwood said.

HECO heavy load to cause traffic delay

On Thursday, Hawaiian Electric contractors will move an 80-ton transformer from Kapolei to Kaneohe - and the heavy load will affect traffic. The delivery will take about four hours, and start about 9 a.m. at Hawaiian Electric's Ewa Nui Substation on Farrington Highway.

Kailua nurse who dedicates life saving others, now in need of help

Susan Armstrong, 52, remains in the ICU after the car she was driving was broadsided at a Kaneohe intersection last week. "A big SUV came through and T-boned her and she was rushed to the hospital unconscious," said Sandra Potier, Armstrong's sister.

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