Judge denies motion to dismiss murder charges against 3 Honolulu police officers
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|Judge denies motion to dismiss charges against 3 HPD officers in fatal shooting of teen
An O‘ahu District Court judge Tuesday denied a motion to dismiss murder and attempted murder charges against three Honolulu police officers in connection with the April 5 shooting death of 16-year-old Iremamber Sykap. The ruling allowed the preliminary hearing in the case to move forward. Star-Advertiser. Civil Beat. Hawaii News Now. KITV4.
Hawai‘i officials are making a cybersecurity push to keep federal contracts flowing
House Foreign Affairs Committee votes to increase U.S. engagement in the Pacific
Shrinking military, students could affect reapportionment
Ige: Indoor masking, social distancing to continue
Health department revising school guidance with the virus on the rise in Hawai‘i
Infection rate among Hawai‘i’s unvaccinated now as high as it was for entire state during pandemic’s peak
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Leadership Conference Begins with Powerful Opening Session
If you could reimagine Hawaiʻi’s future, what would it look like? Tune into ‘Shaping Our Future’, an inspiring, informative and lively conversation where our panel explores bold ideas, offer different perspectives and share diverse opinions about future challenges and opportunities. Register now!
|Anthony Aalto moves closer to replacing Joe Uno on HART board
If the full City Council approves it at a later meeting, Aalto, an O‘ahu-based investigative journalist, documentarian and former Sierra Club O‘ahu Group chair, will replace Joe Uno, a construction-cost estimator who’s called for a pause to rail construction at Middle Street. Civil Beat. Star-Advertiser.
Haiku Stairs’ removal advances at City Council
Kaimukī wants to return the Queen Theater to its former glory
Disabled Kailua tenants say new parking rule ‘makes things tough’ for them
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Hawaiʻi Symphony Orchestra Returns
On May 14th, the Hawai‘i Symphony Orchestra performed for a live audience for the first time in 439 days. The scenic venue and music under the stars performed by a live, professional orchestra, will make for a magnificent summer evening… read more.
|Hawai‘i County reinstates free COVID-19 testing program
All tests will be administered by S&G Labs. It will be assisted by the Hawai‘i National Guard to ensure it can handle whatever volume of tests is necessary. West Hawaii Today.
Shuttle service for Maunakea on hold, ‘not dead’
Hawai‘i Island Humane Society shelters to reopen to public in August
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Working parents: How do grandparents help you balance your careers and raising keiki?
Writer Noelle Fujii-Oride hopes to speak with working parents about Hawai‘i’s kūpuna edge. Many professionals rely on grandparents to help get keiki to and from school, babysit, finance private school education, feed them meals and, in some cases, provide housing... read more.
|Maui measure that would’ve put a moratorium on new hotel construction vetoed
Maui Mayor Mike Victorino vetoed a bill that would have temporarily halted construction of new hotels and resorts in Maui County. Victorino said Bill 60, which would set up a 2-year moratorium, did not address short-term rentals or bed-and-breakfast establishments. Hawaii News Now. Maui Now. KITV4.
Dozens of Maui residents rally for affordable housing
OHA board chair: Moloka‘i water use permit application would enable new homestead service connections
|Kawakami talks tourism, tax, traffic at Chamber luncheon
Mayor Derek Kawakami tackled the island’s ongoing tourism boom and a slew of other topics Tuesday during the Kaua‘i Chamber of Commerce’s Seventh annual Mayor’s Luncheon. Garden Island.
Amidst car shortage, county launches transportation resource website
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