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Newly Unsealed Documents In Miske Case Tell A Grisly Tale Of Kidnap, Torture And Murder FBI

Newly Unsealed Documents In Miske Case Tell A Grisly Tale Of Kidnap, Torture And Murder

A federal judge recently ordered prosecutors to make public dozens of search warrants and other documents in the conspiracy and murder trial of alleged crime boss Mike Miske.

‘A Career Of Sacrifice’: Honolulu Police Grapple With Hiring New Officers While Keeping Veterans Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2022

‘A Career Of Sacrifice’: Honolulu Police Grapple With Hiring New Officers While Keeping Veterans

Offering better pay, working conditions and flexible scheduling could help retain veterans, but challenges dealing with mental illness and providing affordable housing place roadblocks on recruiting new officers.

Honolulu Prosecutor Charges Murder Suspect In 1972 Killing Reno Police Department

Honolulu Prosecutor Charges Murder Suspect In 1972 Killing

Tudor Chirila, 77, is being held in Reno, Nevada, pending extradition to Hawaii to face trial for second-degree murder.

Honolulu’s Innovative Idea For More Solar Power Nathan Eagle/Civil Beat/2016

Honolulu’s Innovative Idea For More Solar Power

Honolulu Bill 46 aims to encourage new rooftop solar by allowing 12-foot high canopies with solar panels on top and gardens and gathering spacies underneath.

Nevada Man Accused Of 1972 Hawaii Killing Is Fighting Extradition Reno Police Department

Nevada Man Accused Of 1972 Hawaii Killing Is Fighting Extradition

Tudor Chirila says he was unlawfully arrested and evidence from a DNA sample is unconstitutional.

Honolulu Has Many Vacant Positions Open On Boards And Commissions Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2019

Honolulu Has Many Vacant Positions Open On Boards And Commissions

Candidates will be appointed by the mayor and confirmed by the Honolulu City Council.

Honolulu Historic Preservation Bill Is Gaining Traction Courtesy: Drudi Johnston

Honolulu Historic Preservation Bill Is Gaining Traction

Losses of historic sites, including the destruction of the home that inspired the song “Aloha Oe,” have spurred support for a city agency to monitor and protect Oahu’s ancient places.

The Struggle Over Towering Wind Farms Is At The Center Of A Honolulu City Council Debate Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2020

The Struggle Over Towering Wind Farms Is At The Center Of A Honolulu City Council Debate

People don’t want to live in the shadow of industrial wind turbines. But the state wants to switch to renewable energy soon. So where do you put them?

Prosecutor Will Not Bring Charges Against Police Officer In Fatal Kalaeloa Shooting David Croxford/Civil Beat/2022

Prosecutor Will Not Bring Charges Against Police Officer In Fatal Kalaeloa Shooting

An officer’s body camera and witness statements helped determine that the 2019 shooting was self-defense, the prosecutor said.

Honolulu Elections: The Race Is On To Represent Downtown Kokua Council/2022

Honolulu Elections: The Race Is On To Represent Downtown

District 6 covers the area from downtown to Iwilei and spans mauka to Nuuanu.