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|Kealohas found guilty on conspiracy and obstruction charges
After deliberating for less than nine hours, a jury of seven men and five women found Louis and Katherine Kealoha guilty Thursday. As the verdict was read, Louis Kealoha hung his head and his wife stared straight ahead. The jury found both of the Kealohas guilty of five of six counts: Conspiracy and four counts of attempted obstruction. They were found not guilty of making false statements. Hawaii News Now. Honolulu Star-Advertiser.Civil Beat. Hawai‘i Public Radio. KHON2. KITV.
Prosecutors want Katherine Kealoha behind bars as she awaits sentencing: Hawaii News Now.
Reaction pours in after verdicts: Honolulu Star-Advertiser.
Kealohas face two more trials: Honolulu Star-Advertiser.
Verdicts for Kealohas help restore faith in the system, many say
Ige signs ‘red flag’ gun bill
Audit conducted of DLNR’s special land development fund
Visitor spending downward slide continues another month
Hawaiʻi Employer’s Guide to HR Partnerships
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|Ward Village developer Howard Hughes Corp. considers shake-up and sale
The Ward Village community in Kaka‘ako could see a new master developer under a possible shake-up of Howard Hughes Corp. Texas-based Hughes Corp. said Thursday that its board of directors has retained an advisory firm to help increase shareholder value by assessing options that include selling assets or the whole company. Honolulu Star-Advertiser.
Kymberly Pine: “Strongly considering” running for Mayor in 2020
Honolulu City Councilwoman Kymberly Marcos Pine sent out an email to supporters this week stating, “Some of you may already know that I am strongly considering running for mayor next year. That’s why I am reaching out to you now for your support as I make this critical decision.” Civil Beat.
Lawmaker remains committed to Singapore style public housing in Hawai‘i
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