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The City Council cut funding for the facility, a favored project of the Honolulu prosecutor, and now it faces allegations of civil rights abuses from residents.
Updated: A federal judge revoked her bail Friday after she was found guilty of federal conspiracy and obstruction charges.
Update: Honolulu’s former police chief and his prosecutor wife, along with two police officers, were found guilty Thursday in one of the biggest corruption cases in Hawaii history.
Closing arguments in one of the most highly-publicized criminal trials in Hawaii history concluded Wednesday.
Closing arguments began Tuesday in the trial of Louis and Katherine Kealoha and three Honolulu police officers.
Civil Beat reporters chat with federal public defenders about conspiracy, sentencing guidelines and more.
The Honolulu Police Department is trying some innovative ideas to fill hundreds of vacancies.
The new board wants advice from the state AG’s office before deciding whether to reveal what its concluded about officer-involved deaths.
UPDATED: Katherine Kealoha’s defense rests Wednesday without her taking the stand.
The trial took a break last week. That gave the court a chance to release some of the exhibits prosecutors have presented to the jury.