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Testifying during Day 2 of the Kealoha trial, Dru Akagi said he thought it was a “conflict” to take on a theft case in which his boss the police chief was an alleged victim.
Christina Kishimoto received a positive evaluation from the state Board of Education.
Opening statements kicked off one of the largest public corruption cases in Hawaii history Wednesday, the first of what could be three trials facing the former HPD chief and his prosecutor wife.
The Department of Land and Natural Resources also hopes to cut in half the number of daily visitors to Haena State Park and its famed beaches and trails.
UPDATED: Hawaii and the region could see another above-normal hurricane and tropical storm season, with ocean waters warmer than last year and protective wind shears weaker.
The project is about creating jobs, respecting and preserving culture, and exploring the universe.
A proposed development in Kaneohe has some longtime residents upset.
People with disabilities have organized in a quest for liberation from second-class citizen status.
A Native Hawaiian cultural practitioner is suing Hilo Medical Center, where he says a technician removed his sacred necklace that had been in his family for generations.
The Micronesians have been nomads since the U.S. tested nuclear weapons there in the 1940s and 1950s.
Haleck was killed in 2015 after a scuffle with Honolulu police officers. A lawsuit filed against three officers is now going to trial.
Interim service looms next year, but city officials don’t know what the fares will be, and no formal proposals have been made.
Honolulu’s transportation chief says the city should first consider a newly released plan to protect pedestrians. Twenty-seven of them died on Oahu last year.
Prosecutors haven’t decided if they will recharge a man who shot through his front door as another man pounded on it, mistaking it for his own home two doors down.
States such as California — and Hawaii — should be allowed to pursue their own measure to protect consumer data.
Laws that cleared the Legislature would open up jails and courts to more scrutiny and improve the bail system.
Even those big blue Postal Service containers have been stolen occasionally. But most mail thieves grab the contents and run — they don’t take the boxes.
The proposed rule would require HUD to check the immigration status of anyone under 62 who receives public assistance including housing.
Civil Beat staff discusses the early days of the Kealoha conspiracy trial.
Marielena Hincapie, head of the National Immigration Law Center, said it is a time of great fear and trauma in many immigrant communities.