If you’re looking for something to do this Memorial Day weekend, here is a list of activities taking place:
Hundreds turned out for a rally in Waikiki against genetically modified organisms, or GMOs.
It’s a tradition that started more than a half century ago — Boy and Girl Scouts decorating our veterans graves with a flag and a lei for Memorial Day. The City is hoping to collect 27,000 more lei by Saturday night in order to decorate all of our veterans graves.
Thursday’s bridge collapse in Washington has many people across the country concerned about bridge safety. There are 1,165 bridges in Hawaii. According to the state Department of Transportation, 84 of them are structurally deficient. The state is doing what it can and says Hawaii’s bridges are safe.
A 24-year-old man is accused of a brutal attack and trying to set another man on fire. The president of the Muslim Association of Hawaii fears he is the next target.
Hawaii is supposed to be snake-free, but that’s not always the case. A live, mildly venomous tree snake was spotted eating a gecko on a Hickam tarmac Thursday afternoon. Officials say a little tree snake could cause big problems in Hawaii.
The Kauai Police Department says there’s a rise in fake $100 bills being circulated across the island. The scary part is that even counterfeit detector pens can’t stop them.
Memorial Day is a time to remember men and women in the armed forces who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our country.
Across the country because of budget problems there will be an element missing.
On Hawaii’s Most Wanted we feature Jennifer Hughes who’s wanted on four warrants including a federal warrant.