Starting Friday, Nov. 1, Hawaii safety checks are going high-tech.
Safety check stations across the state are now required by law to do vehicle safety checks using an iPad, a wireless router, and printer.
The new system means a faster, more secure method of keeping vehicle information.
Drivers will also have to pay a little bit more -- just over $19 for cars and trucks.
Of the more than 700 stations across the state, nine have opted out of the new program.
About 40 students got sick and 25 of them, along with two adults, were taken to the hospital. Officials are now taking a look at what they ate for lunch.
It may be the season of giving, but unlike years past, the giving spirit is in short supply this year. The Salvation Army says donations at its Red Kettles are down by nearly one-third and it's not alone.
An 18-year-old man was arrested in connection with the death of an elderly man in Chinatown.