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More details are expected to be revealed once the men are arraigned on Monday.
A federal judge in Honolulu is asked to block the new version of the administration’s attempt to halt entry to the U.S. from eight countries.
A state sheriff’s deputy claims a sergeant failed to properly investigate the incident at the Honolulu airport.
The departure of Cary Okimoto means another acting chief will serve briefly, says the Police Commission chairman.
As the administration asks for dismissal of lawsuits against earlier travel bans, the Aloha State announces a new challenge.
But it’s unclear how much impact the spoken and written support for Kurt Kendro will play in the selection process.
An uprising of up to 18 prisoners injured three correctional officers at the Oahu Community Correctional Center.
Despite gains made under Justice Department oversight, care of mentally ill prisoners has slipped to troubling levels in recent years.
The Honolulu-based company on Friday laid off two prominent columnists and eight other editorial employees.