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An appellate court has vacated a South Kona man’s 2019 murder conviction, finding a Circuit Court judge erred in preventing the cross-examination of an eyewitness about pending criminal charges at the time of the 2018 shooting.
HONOLULU — Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell said Tuesday the city plans to allow some activities that were shut down last month to control the spread of the coronavirus to resume under new guidelines.
Chief Justice Mark E. Recktenwald has been retained by the Judicial Selection Commission for a second term.
State health officials reported 63 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, bringing the statewide total case count to 11,522.
HONOLULU — The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation is expected to remove the head of its $9.2 billion rail transit project.
The Leeward Planning Commission on Monday deferred decision on an after-the-fact permit for a wedding venue in the coffee-growing region of Holualoa.
Critical reports stemming from recent assessments at Yukio Okutsu State Veterans Home have identified a number of factors that might have aided in the spread of COVID-19 throughout the facility.
The state plans to allow incoming travelers from out of state who have tested negative for the coronavirus to avoid quarantine as of Oct. 15 — but visitors seeking a family vacation might have to look elsewhere.
Craft Brew Alliance has agreed to sell Kona Brewing Co.’s Hawaii operations in order to pave the way for the purchase of the alliance by beer giant Anheuser-Busch.
Hawaii Fire Department Chief Darren Rosario said Monday that all personnel forced into quarantine after being exposed to an active-duty employee and a recruit who tested positive for COVID-19 have returned to work.
State health officials reported 56 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, bringing the statewide total case count to 11,459.