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“Immigration, even for the president, is not a one-person show,” say the 9th Circuit judges in Seattle.
He showed up at the Homeland Security office with his bag packed, but was allowed to return to his wife and children in Kona.
Mayor Alan Arakawa signed off on the ban, but he said the fines for violating it should be lowered.
The Department of Homeland Security secretary is urged to allow the Big Island man to remain in the U.S.
Classrooms serving about 750 students would be located on the first four floors of a residential apartment tower.
But the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals lacks the authority to block the deportation, the judge says.
The Virginia-based appeals court says even the Trump’s administration’s revised effort targeting Muslim-majority countries is illegal.
Island residents are particularly vulnerable to defective air bags because of the humid climate, a consumer protection official says.
Tour operators gave the worker a jacket and golf course green fees, the U.S. Department of Interior found.
Airport personnel may have been reluctant to stop a Honolulu-bound passenger because of recent publicity about airline incidents.
UPDATED: A judge orders a mental competency hearing for the 25-year-old Turkish man who disrupted a flight to Honolulu.
The man who created a disturbance on an American Airlines flight from Los Angeles to Honolulu faces possible federal charges of interfering with a flight crew.