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Honolulu will have five new City Council members on Jan. 2.
With the majority of votes counted, the results show Oahu voters favored former Hawaii News Now general manager Rick Blangiardi.
A Civil Beat analysis of court data on HPD’s pandemic enforcement shows homeless people account for nearly 25% of pandemic violations despite making up less than 1% of the population.
State and federal officials said the military didn’t clearly identify how it would “minimize risk and impact to the drinking water resource.”
Attorneys are demanding that HPD create a policy that prohibits officers from using their police powers when they have a conflict of interest.
City and state officials say housing is the answer to homelessness. But criminalization can be more politically expedient.
New data released by Honolulu shows police continue to rack up overtime but a hardship relief fund to help people pay their bills is about to be maxed out.
The little-known rule might be changing as soon as this week. But for now, you risk a citation if you’re gathering with household members without a mask.
First responders and homeless people are among those who will benefit from the isolation facilities, city officials said.