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A federal judge’s ruling that the couple should receive separate trials on various charges was a legal victory for the defendants.
Honolulu’s police chief offers blunt assessments of homelessness and the scandal that tarnished her predecessor.
A judge will soon decide whether to grant defendants’ wishes to split up the case or fulfill prosecutors’ desire to keep it intact.
A conference committee of legislators agrees to a bill that establishes a standards board instead of just studying the idea.
Advocates for more bike use were irked by recent police enforcements that appeared to target registration more than safety concerns.
Federal public defenders quickly unraveled a case about the alleged theft of a mailbox. How did U.S. attorneys miss the clues?
Federal prosecutors added three new charges in the corruption case involving the former police chief and his deputy prosecutor wife.
For the fifth straight year, there’s a bill to end the exemption for officers to a public records law that applies to everyone else.
Union head testifies the actions caused fear among members and that he was maligned in a news interview.
The embattled ex-police chief and his prosecutor wife were under pressure from a credit union and their former lawyer to pay debts.
Attorney Kevin Sumida wants to recoup money he says he’s owed by Louis and Katherine Kealoha.