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Wife Of Defense Contractor Detained In Hawaii Says Stolen ID Is Her Real Name U.S. District Court via AP

Wife Of Defense Contractor Detained In Hawaii Says Stolen ID Is Her Real Name

The couple pleaded not guilty to charges of conspiracy, false statement in a passport application and aggravated identity theft.
Invisible Ink. Coded Papers. The Mystery Of A Kapolei Couple Accused Of ID Theft U.S. District Court via AP

Invisible Ink. Coded Papers. The Mystery Of A Kapolei Couple Accused Of ID Theft

Federal prosecutors are hinting that the story behind why the Texas natives allegedly stole the identities of dead babies could involve foreign spy operations.
Hawaii Defense Contractor Held Without Bail In ID Theft Mystery AP Photo/Caleb Jones/2022

Hawaii Defense Contractor Held Without Bail In ID Theft Mystery

Walter Primrose and his wife, Gwynn Morrison, have been charged with federal crimes in a case that prosecutors allege involves stealing the identities of dead babies 40 years ago. They have been living in Kapolei.
Applicants Sought For Hawaii Elections Commission Screenshot/2022

Applicants Sought For Hawaii Elections Commission

Duties include investigating and holding hearings on violations and complaints.

Hawaiian Fishponds Are Rebounding In The Face Of Rising Seas And Invasive Species Ku‘u Kauanoe/Civil Beat/2022

Hawaiian Fishponds Are Rebounding In The Face Of Rising Seas And Invasive Species

Community caretakers have been adapting traditional practices to modern day challenges in an effort to restore these once-productive food sources.
One Man’s Mission To Map 35 Trails In Hawaii Courtesy: Tony Barnhill

One Man’s Mission To Map 35 Trails In Hawaii

The effort is part of a state initiative to provide better signage and information for hikers that improves access and public safety.
Civil Beat/HNN Poll: Dems Unsure Of Who To Vote For In Lt. Gov. Primary Hawaii News Now

Civil Beat/HNN Poll: Dems Unsure Of Who To Vote For In Lt. Gov. Primary

Luke polls best but Anderson is not far behind, while Amemiya and Menor-McNamara remain in the hunt.

Government Workers Wrongly Seize A Child From Parents. Should They Be Made To Pay? Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2022

Government Workers Wrongly Seize A Child From Parents. Should They Be Made To Pay?

The principle of qualified immunity protects workers in their official actions. But as a recent Hawaii case shows, not always.
Civil Beat/HNN Poll: Aiona, Penn Lead Field In GOP Gov Contest Hawaii News Now

Civil Beat/HNN Poll: Aiona, Penn Lead Field In GOP Gov Contest

Name recognition helps explain the advantage of the two front-runners in a race that features 10 contenders.