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Stationed on Oahu since 2004, the Hi’ialakai played a key role in monitoring deep-sea wildlife and cleaning up fishing debris.
Bill 31 would have restricted the Honolulu Police Department from aiding federal immigration authorities.
Education officials hope this results in more graduating seniors enrolling in college this year, especially those from low-income families.
A proposal would prevent police from honoring U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainment and information requests in many cases.
The council wants to overturn the Police Commission’s decision to pay for the former police chief’s defense in a public corruption trial.
A council committee wants to file a lawsuit in an attempt to overturn a Honolulu Police Commission decision.
As the calls for action intensify, the Hawaii Democrats say Congress should continue its investigations.
The measure cuts the maximum number of parades and other street events in an effort to lessen traffic disruptions.
The City Council is considering a proposal to allow the companies to pay for spots to park vehicles that they rent out for short periods.
About $250,000 in damage was done to the machines at site of the Waimanalo Bay Beach Park redevelopment project, which has generated strong community opposition.
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.