Imelda & Ferdinand Marcos: Exile in Hawaii
Imelda & Ferdinand: Exile In Hawaii

 Chapter I: The Good Life

 Chapter II: The Revolution

 Chapter III: The Exile

 Chapter IV: The Missing Fortune

 Chapter V: The End Of An Era

Top Stories from Hawaii News Now:

Mueller agrees to testify before 2 House panels next month

Special counsel Robert Mueller has agreed to testify publicly before two House committees after Democrats issued subpoenas to compel him to appear, the chairmen of the two committees announced Tuesday.

  Forecast: Threat of flooding, thunderstorms still up for Kauai and Oahu

Some of the heavy showers may affect parts of Maui County overnight into Wednesday.

Gov. Ige to sign bill allowing ‘Gender X’ on Hawai’i driver licenses

Hawai'i is the ninth state in the nation to offer 'X' as an option.

Mail stolen over a decade ago found in private storage unit, and delivered, USPS says

A spokesperson said it's unclear why the mail was stolen.

Kaiser unveils new MRI machine that can conduct exams in half the time

The machines could drastically increase the number of exams the facility does on a regular basis.

Community support ensures popular Kailua fireworks show goes on

An outpouring of support from local businesses and volunteers has kept the show running for the past several years.

  Defense calls government’s allegations in Kealoha mailbox trial ‘imagination’

But in closing arguments, the prosecution said the motive is clear: 'Greed.'

Public input sought over proposed road work for Nimitz, Ala Moana Blvd.

The project would run from Kalihi Stream Bridge to Atkinson Drive.

  Threat of heavy rain and thunderstorms looms for parts of the state

A flash flood watch will continue through Wednesday afternoon.

  VIDEO: Police officer dad “pulls over” adorable 10-month-old daughter

Orlando Police Officer Alex Kipp meet his match last week when he pulled over his daughter Talynn for driving on the wrong side of the road in her stroller car.

  Vague guidelines on pesticide use at schools has community calling for change

The head of Hawaii’s public schools admitted she’s not sure if the Department of Education is fully compliant with a new law.

Big Island fire officials investigating after 6 vehicles found ablaze at Hilo tow yard

The fire was reported at about 9 p.m. at Ken’s Towing.