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|NTSB to investigate Dillingham crash, the deadliest civil air accident in U.S. since 2011
Investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board have arrived on O‘ahu to start their investigation into a plane crash that killed 11 people at Dillingham Airfield on Friday. NTSB will be looking at any evidence from the crash, such as logbooks, the passengers, weather conditions, runway conditions and information about the plane itself, including maintenance records. Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Hawaii Tribune Herald. KHON2.
Families, friends mourn 11 victims killed in North Shore skydiving plane crash
Fines for illegal vacation rentals on O‘ahu may begin in August
Legal expert: One witness stands out of the 70 in the Kealoha mailbox trial
Ige to sign four traffic safety bills into law
Gabbard will speak out on war during debate
Local Leaders Discuss Facets of Resilience
“Resilience is not about returning to your original state; it’s about taking on something challenging,” said Susan Yamada of UH Ventures at a panel discussion during the 2018 Leadership Conference… read more.
|HPD trying some innovative ideas to fill hundreds of officer vacancies
The Honolulu Police Department is changing things up in its recruiting process in the hopes of attracting a more qualified and diverse pool of candidates. Starting July 1, Honolulu police will do away with processing new recruits as a class and accept applications on a rolling basis. It’s also ramping up informational sessions, some of which target specific groups, and using new digital tools. Civil Beat.
Developer wants to build homes on Enchanted Lake acres some call a wetland
Neighborhood board disputes Diamond Head homeowner’s private beach-access tram plansOne homeowner on the craggy cliff between Diamond Head Road and the uncrowded beach below is causing a community stir with a plan to install a private passenger lift for easier access. Honolulu Star-Advertiser.
State re-files theft charge against former charter school director
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