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DUI Penalties Reconsidered

Hawaii lawmakers consider harsher penalties for drunken drivers in fatal cases.

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Double the time: Lawmakers consider stiffer penalty for drunken drivers in fatal crashes
Double the time: Lawmakers consider stiffer penalty for drunken drivers in fatal crashes

A measure that would impose a stiffer penalty on a person convicted of first-degree negligent homicide while driving under the influence of an intoxicant passed its only committee hearing Friday.

 

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BIIF swimming and diving championships: Kealakehe does it right with clean sweep

KEAAU – Nolan Morton couldn’t say his three favorite words enough: “This means everything.”

 

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BIIF swimming and diving championshipp: Axelson’s excellence propels Waveriders

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