Readers should be able to know and trust where your information is coming from. But public officials also have a responsibility to speak up and correct erroneous reporting.
Kevin McAleenan is now the acting director of the agency.
News organizations have no say over how their material is used. In fact, we often don’t even know it is being used.
But it’s unclear when the public will actually get to see the files. The police union has promised to appeal.
There is a “significant public interest” in how the Honolulu Police Department handles misconduct investigations of its officers, the judge says.
The program aims to provide stronger reporting on under-covered topics.
Witnesses dispute the HPD’s version of a fatal shooting on the North Shore in 2017, the suit claims.
Legislative leaders shared some of their ideas for the upcoming session at a Civil Beat forum Thursday.