March 28, 2014 | 11:20 pm
In recognition of our very own Niu Valley Middle School Band and Music Programs and the strong reputation earned over time, Governor Abercrombie and Lt. Governor Tsutsui saw it fit to issue a Proclamation today at the Hawaii State Capitol Rotunda. This was followed by Resolutions passed in both the Senate and House Chambers, honoring Niu Valley Middle School Band on the floor and galley.
March 12, 2014 | 5:17 pm
Yesterday, a Kaiser High female student was followed by a male adult who was driving a white van. The incident happened at approximately 4:30 p.m. on Lunalilo Home Road near the City Bus stop located across Kaiser High School. The driver followed her as she walked on Lunalilo Home Road, drove past to pull into a driveway for her to walk pass, then followed her again. Afraid, she took a circuitous route home so as not to give away where she lives, At some point, she lost the van, made it home, then notified her parents. A report was filed with the Honolulu Police Department.
The driver never said a word, did not approach her on foot, and did not harm her physically. This is a description of the van and driver:
White Van, Construction type, unknown license plate at this time
Local male driver
Lime Green, long sleeve t-shirt, construction worker-style.
Students, be aware of their surroundings, immediately call 911 if you feel unsafe or threatened. Walk in pairs whenever possible.