East Oahu News – Friday Update 11/04/2016

November 3 – The Honolulu Police Department continues to investigate the source of a stray bullet which landed in a Hawaii Kai home.  HPD concedes it would be difficult to determine whether the bullet came from the nearby Koko Head Shooting Range. [KHON]

November 2 – Gridlock along Kalanianaole Highway is prompting calls to improve traffic light synchronization on the highway and brainstorm other efforts to accommodate more cars, especially given talk of potential new developments popping up in East Honolulu. [HNN]

November 2 – Aina Haina community comes together for pedestrian awareness [KITV][KHON]

November 1 – Firefighters rescued a hiker from Koko Crater trail at around 6:30pm.  The visitor from Oregon was hiking alone and sustained injuries from an apparent fall. [Star Advertiser]

October 25 – The Makakilo/Kapolei/Honokai Hale, Downtown/Chinatown, Hawaii Kai and Koolauloa neighborhood boards have been among those that have unsuccessfully sought to get Hawaii police to report more comprehensive information. The Honolulu Police Department was the only department among more than 150 that the Star-Advertiser checked nationally to limit its mapping to nonviolent crimes. [Star-Advertiser – Library card required]

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