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But it’s unclear when the public will actually get to see the files. The police union has promised to appeal.
Legal challenges from Hawaii’s police union have prevented the public release of the identities of almost 2,000 sworn officers.
Meanwhile, the second scheduled trial on bank fraud charges against the couple was pushed back to October. The first trial in the corruption scandal was earlier pushed back to May.
The Honolulu rail agency’s board hasn’t yet consulted with its attorneys on whether to give investigators its closed-door meeting records.
It will be months before the key route across east Oahu is completely reopened after rockslides last month, and these images show you why.
In contrast to past practice, the police commission solicited input from a wide range of groups and the chief OK’d releasing the details of her annual review.
A 2015 drug raid highlights the many angles federal investigators are pursuing as part of a years-long corruption investigation.
When two police officers responded to a drunken disturbance in her home, the plaintiff claims that one of them assaulted her in her bedroom.
The City Council wants to investigate potential criminal activity surrounding the fiscally troubled transit project.
Up to $75,000 of taxpayer money will go to defend the Honolulu prosecutor, who is on paid leave, against an impeachment effort.
With the sale of their Hawaii Kai home pending final approval, federal prosecutors have asked a judge to review whether the couple can afford their own defense counsel.
UPDATED: The payment will settle a lawsuit alleging Police Chief Susan Ballard, while commander of the police academy in 2008, took part in making it easier for recruits to pass.