The state House of Representatives passes a two-year budget that avoids deep cuts in several programs.
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HONOLULU — The state House of Representatives passed a two-year budget for the state that avoids deep cuts to programs like sex assault treatment and tuberculosis control.
With confidence rising that the end of the pandemic is growing closer, airlines are starting to revive flights that vanished last year as people cancelled vacations and business trips.
Big Island police Thursday identified the 29-year-old man who died in police custody following a crime spree Saturday in West Hawaii.
HONOLULU — The Honolulu City Council has announced a plan to audit the city police department’s overtime costs after recent violations and a report that indicated substantial increases in overtime pay.
HONOLULU — State lawmakers have advanced a bill that would grant additional funds for an all-volunteer corrections oversight commission that was granted powers in 2019 but has not had enough money to hire staff.
Zendo Kern represented clients as a consultant before the Leeward Planning Commission on a rezoning application, and then as planning director, signed off on a plat map for the same project, records show.
A House committee Tuesday deferred a measure that would have made Hawaii the second state in nation to lower its blood-alcohol threshold for drunken driving to 0.05.
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