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Honolulu Prosecutors Keep Up Quest For Third Trial Against Christopher Deedy

Honolulu Prosecutors Keep Up Quest For Third Trial Against Christopher Deedy

The federal agent’s attorneys have argued another trial for manslaughter would violate the double jeopardy clause of the U.S. Constitution.

Pearl Harbor Shooter’s Family Offers Condolences To Victims AP

Pearl Harbor Shooter’s Family Offers Condolences To Victims

A motive for the shooting by U.S. Navy sailor Gabriel Romero of three civilian shipyard workers has not been determined.

50 Children Killed By Measles In Samoa As Outbreak Worsens AP

50 Children Killed By Measles In Samoa As Outbreak Worsens

The government said more than 1,100 people have been admitted to hospitals since the outbreak began in October.

Quake Felt Across Big Island But No Damage Reported

Quake Felt Across Big Island But No Damage Reported

The U.S. Geological Survey says the magnitude 4.9 quake early Monday was centered about 20 miles northwest of Hilo.

More Than 40% Of Hawaii Dams In Poor Or Unsatisfactory Condition Polihale/Wikipedia

More Than 40% Of Hawaii Dams In Poor Or Unsatisfactory Condition

An AP investigation found that nearly all of Hawaii’s 130 state regulated dams fall into the high hazard category, meaning a dam failure could cause death.

Coast Guard Responding To Cargo Ship Oil Spill In Honolulu Harbor Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Coast Guard Responding To Cargo Ship Oil Spill In Honolulu Harbor

Officials said about 120 gallons of oil have been recovered so far.

Clergy Sex Abuse Survivors In Guam May Receive Payments In 2020 Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Clergy Sex Abuse Survivors In Guam May Receive Payments In 2020

Guam lifted its statute of limitations for child sexual abuses in 2016, paving the way for claims to be filed.

Hillary Clinton Implies Gabbard Is Favored By Russia Flickr/Keith Kissel

Hillary Clinton Implies Gabbard Is Favored By Russia

Gabbard would be a third-party candidate that the Russians could support to sway the election, the former secretary of state says.

US Gives Limited Approval To Hawaiian-Japan Airlines Venture Cory Lum/Civil Beat

US Gives Limited Approval To Hawaiian-Japan Airlines Venture

Hawaiian officials expressed disappointment that the preliminary decision doesn’t give the two airlines with full antitrust immunity.