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Best bicycle workout ever? 100 scenic miles along Oahu's coast in the Honolulu Century Ride

Cycling fans may want to see Oahu on two wheels by registering for the 35th Honolulu Century Ride from Waikiki Beach along the east coast to Kaaapa and back. Riders may choose to ride 25, 50, 75 or 100 miles.


Mental health facility patient arrested allegedly assaulting and harrassing employees

A 20-year-old, female patient at a Kaneohe mental health facility was arrested for investigation of second-degree assault and harassment Saturday night after she allegedly inappropriately touched one of the facility's employees and assaulted another one.


Waianae man dies, Kaneohe man arrested after traffic collision

A 49-year-old Waianae man died and a 23-year-old man from Kaneohe was arrested following an early morning traffic collision in Nanakuli on Saturday. According to police, the vehicle driven by the 49-year-old man was making a left turn from Nanakuli Avenue onto Farrington Highway when it was struck by the car driven by the younger man.


Accident in Harano tunnel backs up traffic on H-3 freeway

This image taken just after 2 p.m., shows traffic backed up leading to the Harano Tunnel on the H-3 freeway after an accident in the tunnel.


Traffic accident escalates into robbery case in Kaneohe

Police said two 29-year-old men got into a minor traffic accident in Kaneohe at about 8:30 a.m. Police were called and officers arrested a Kaneohe man at 10:30 a.m. near the intersection of Ahuimanu Road and Ahuimanu Place on suspicion of second-degree robbery an contempt warrants.


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