John Winslett bribed Army officials with cash, cars and guns to win lucrative construction contracts in Hawaii, Justice Department said.
A Kahuku mother sought to require the Department of Education to hear community members’ concerns before commenting on projects’ environmental impacts.
The woman has been identified as 25-year-old Selena Roth, a military wife and Army veteran.
The series will feature sessions on data and criminal justice, implicit bias training and webinars related to the Black Lives Matter movement.
Questions about testing and contact tracing in Hawaii were left unanswered.
An increasing number of cases have been diagnosed among people aged 18 to 44, data show.
Nicholas Ochs was part of the pro-Trump mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol in an attempt to stop Congress from certifying the results of the 2020 presidential election.
There is a long history of racism in U.S. policing which may have contributed to the violence on Jan. 6.
The elderly are most at risk, but for those with dementia, getting consent can be complicated.
Some lawmakers questioned the project, with one calling the maintenance costs a “nightmare.”
After 25 years, the Agribusiness Development Corp. hasn’t helped Hawaii re-fashion former sugar and pineapple plantations into viable economic engines, audit says.
The Hawaii Guardsmen will join troops from across the country in providing security amid fears of more violence after a violent mob attacked the U.S. Capitol.
Team sports will continue to be prohibited, and bars will stay closed.
Disproporsyonado na nagkakasakit ang mga Pilipino dulot ng bayrus at humantong ito sa malawakang pagkawala ng hanapbuhay.
Triple digit case counts continue as the state plans to open its first mass vaccination center Monday.
George Shimabuku, 84, is one of four Hawaii prisoners serving time in Arizona who died with the disease.
The congressman, who is in the Hawaii National Guard, sent a letter to the heads of the DOJ and Defense Department to find out what punitive options are available in addition to criminal prosecution.
Trucks disrupting seals resting on the sand have been a problem for years at Wawamalu. The new barriers aim to stop that.