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Abigail Kawananakoa’s former lawyer claims she was abused by her wife. It’s all part of a battle over control of her $215 million trust.
“Exercise, exercise, exercise” and “this is not a drill” can be heard on the 24-second recording.
The moratorium applies to residences that cover more than seven-tenths of a lot.
The Navy is working on a 20-year-plan to reduce the risk of leaks and fuel contamination from giant fuel tanks on Oahu.
The governor’s office has declined to provide phone logs, text messages, instant messages and calendars related to the Jan. 13 false alarm.
The embattled ex-police chief and his prosecutor wife were under pressure from a credit union and their former lawyer to pay debts.
Marc Hubbard wants to withdraw his guilty plea in the “Wonder Blunder” case, in which the university paid him $200,000.
The government acknowledged its liability for the treatment she received at Tripler Army Medical Center.
Attorney Kevin Sumida wants to recoup money he says he’s owed by Louis and Katherine Kealoha.