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Advocates say they’ve had to take over reentry services for prisoners released because of COVID-19 worries.
The state has released more than 800 inmates since early March. Three county prosecutors say the public safety risk outweighs COVID-19 dangers.
An attorney alleges that more than a dozen staff members have COVID-19. CoreCivic says two have tested positive.
Government regulators say to watch out for rip-offs and to get ready for more as the crisis continues.
Criminal justice stakeholders have been working to reduce the jail population in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tripler Army Medical Center should have reported signs of abuse in another child who died earlier, lawsuit says.
The women accusing him of sexual assault say Punahou knew about his behavior since 2003. But he’s coached at three other schools and a club team since Punahou.
Commission Chair Shannon Alivado says it’s because of logistical challenges, not because the board’s trying to be secretive.
At least 16 plaintiffs are named in six lawsuits. Other schools also have been sued in the weeks leading up to a deadline Friday.