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All six rescue captains are protesting, accusing the chief of retaliation against them. And a City Council member now wants to limit his ability to move forward quickly.
But Mike McCartney acknowledged his agency still has not come up with a plan to address the short-term economic crisis facing the state.
The Hawaii Supreme Court on Thursday reined in what police officers can say to suspects in order to elicit confessions.
After twice refusing to speak to lawmakers, officials in charge of growing Hawaii’s economy explained plans to respond to the COVID-19 crisis.
Two recent reports predict tougher times ahead when federal relief money runs out in another few weeks.
A Honolulu land-use lawyer has sent letters to four island mayors saying local rules related to COVID-19 violate constitutional rights of property owners.
Interisland travel will be opened on June 16. Passengers will be subject to a temperature check and anyone with a fever over 100.4 degrees will not be allowed to board.