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UPDATED: The man allegedly framed in a mailbox theft that’s turned into a massive corruption case talks about the ups and downs of his relationship with his niece, Katherine Kealoha.
Three Honolulu police officers are being sued for wrongful death, but several witnesses say other factors were at play during a fatal 2015 encounter.
After a “bad month” for officers being arrested on abuse allegations, the department talks about a new initiative. But not everyone thinks it will help.
Opening statements kicked off one of the largest public corruption cases in Hawaii history Wednesday, the first of what could be three trials facing the former HPD chief and his prosecutor wife.
Haleck was killed in 2015 after a scuffle with Honolulu police officers. A lawsuit filed against three officers is now going to trial.
The Hawaii Firearms Coalition says it’s trying to find out why the state is retaining registered gun owners’ fingerprints.
The prosecution and defense will now work to narrow the list of potential jurors to 12, which could take up to 10 days.
The reform measure changes whose property can be seized and where the proceeds from its sales will go.
The new magistrate judge will begin his term on May 8.
The former range operations manager is accused of accepting bribes in exchange for procurement information while working at Schofield Barracks.