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Senate Confirms Coloretti To Biden’s Budget Office HUD

Senate Confirms Coloretti To Biden’s Budget Office

Sen. Schatz says it makes her the highest-ranking Filipino in the Biden administration.

Katherine Kealoha’s Brother Pleads Guilty To Gun Charge, Drug Trial To Continue Hawaii News Now

Katherine Kealoha’s Brother Pleads Guilty To Gun Charge, Drug Trial To Continue

Prosecutors say Rudolph Puana kept cocaine next to his Glock handgun in a drawer at his pain clinic.

Is Katherine Kealoha A Credible Witness In The Coming Drug Trial Of Her Brother? Hawaii News Now

Is Katherine Kealoha A Credible Witness In The Coming Drug Trial Of Her Brother?

Federal prosecutors have already branded her a liar and master manipulator in her previous criminal conspiracy case, attorneys for Rudolph Puana point out.

The Civil Beat Editorial Board Interview: Criminal Justice Reform Advocate Kat Brady Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2016

The Civil Beat Editorial Board Interview: Criminal Justice Reform Advocate Kat Brady

As coordinator of the Community Alliance on Prisons she lobbies lawmakers and other officials for a more humane system. It’s an uphill battle.

Hawaii’s Population Continues A Slide That Began In 2017, New Data Shows Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Hawaii’s Population Continues A Slide That Began In 2017, New Data Shows

The pandemic interrupted survey collection efforts but researchers say the new data can be helpful to chart Hawaii’s demographic shifts.

Judge Dismisses Vaccine Mandate Suit Ludwig Laab/Civil Beat/2021

Judge Dismisses Vaccine Mandate Suit

A federal judge said Hawaiian Airlines employees challenging the company’s vaccine requirement could sue again after the EEOC has made a final determination.

Hawaii Lawmaker Wants Term Limits For Congress Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2017

Hawaii Lawmaker Wants Term Limits For Congress

Rep. Sam Kong’s resolution argues that federal officials are too beholden to special interests.

‘Careless Mistakes’ And Other Problems Are Keeping The Hawaii State Hospital Closed Anita Hofschneider/Civil Beat/2021

‘Careless Mistakes’ And Other Problems Are Keeping The Hawaii State Hospital Closed

The shiny new hospital building has remained empty for more than a year as the state resolves personnel issues, construction problems and design flaws.

State Wants $1 Million To Accredit Conservation Officers Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2017

State Wants $1 Million To Accredit Conservation Officers

Each Hawaii police department is already accredited by the national Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies.

The City And State Have Thousands Of Jobs Open. But Can They Find Enough Workers? Csilla Jaray-Benn/Flickr.com

The City And State Have Thousands Of Jobs Open. But Can They Find Enough Workers?

Hawaii governments are flush with cash coming out of the pandemic and hope to fill open positions as well as create new ones.