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:

  Woman dead in pedestrian crash in East Honolulu

Honolulu police are investigating.

Boy, 13, seriously injured in stabbing at elementary school in Kalihi

The suspect ran before police arrived.

  LIST: Safe Halloween events happening on Oahu this weekend

Halloween will look different this year amid the coronavirus pandemic.

  An 8-year battle with the law left him hopeless and on the streets. Now he’s fighting back.

Sefo Fatai spent years behind bars and was tried four times for a crime he didn't commit. The ordeal robbed him of just about everything, but he says he's not ready to give up.

2 Lanai residents flown to hospitals as virus cases increase

Two residents of the Hawaiian island of Lanai infected with the coronavirus have been flown to hospitals as the number of cases on the island increased, health officials said.

Plans for $10.5M Hawaii Island compost facility postponed

Development of a $10.5 million facility on Hawaii island to make compost using green waste and food waste has been postponed because of a shortage of the key components.

Forecast: Light winds, partly to mostly sunny skies

Partly to Mostly Cloudy with scattered light showers for the western and central parts of the state today. The front that was expected to stall over Maui County snuck past and will continue to bring showers for parts of Hawaii Island today as it weakens and continues northwest

  State says Kaaawa homeowner who chopped down trees fronting shoreline had no permit; neighbors are outraged

Conflict is brewing on Oahu's North Shore after a homeowner illegally chopped down multiple trees along the coastline in Kaaawa, creating concerns among residents about erosion.

  As economic pain of pandemic widens, need for food stamps soars

According to the state, the number of residents receiving food stamp benefits has grown by more than 15% this year.

  Forecast: Drier and less humid as front weakens near Big Island

Light winds are expected into Halloween weekend.

  Doctor wants elderly COVID-19 patient on Lanai evacuated as a precaution

A large electronic sign orders Lanai residents to stay at home except for essentials and no social gatherings. The island of 3,000 people is quiet, but medical teams are busy.

  Island musician whose hospital duet went viral making big strides after transplant

Hawaii musician Sean Tiwanak knows how close he came to a curtain call. His heart was on its last legs.