Retired Major General Arther “Joe” Logan named new Honolulu Police Chief.
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|Retired Maj. Gen. Arthur ‘Joe’ Logan is named new Honolulu police chief
Logan, a retired major general with the military who has been working as a criminal investigator with the Hawai‘i Attorney General’s Office, was ultimately selected from a field of more than 20 candidates initially considered for the position after former Chief Susan Ballard retired on June 1 amid criticism over her performance. Star-Advertiser. Civil Beat. Garden Island. Hawaii News Now. KHON2. KITV4.
Special interest money fuels Hawai‘i delegation’s leadership PACs
Hawai‘i student journalists now protected from unlawful censorship
Richard ‘Dickie’ Wong, a ‘street kid’ who became Hawai‘i’s Senate president, dies at 88
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Passion for the Lāhui Drives Diane Paloma’s Career in Healthcare
In this episode of The Hawaii Business Podcast, Dr. Diane Paloma, president and CEO of Hawaii Dental Service, shares her experience embracing “transformation” while navigating opportunities, the importance of advocating for women in the workplace and HDS’ exciting plans to celebrate 60 years of stewarding Hawai‘i’s dental care. Listen Now!
|Covid surge to culminate in June, University of Hawai‘i researchers forecast
The Hawai‘i Pandemic Applied Modeling Work Group, a voluntary partnership of epidemiologists and data scientists, on Monday said it expected daily, new reported cases in Honolulu to peak at 3,500 to 4,000 sometime in the first three weeks of June. Star-Advertiser.
Public advised to avoid Kewalo Basin Harbor after wastewater discharge
City prepares for return of in-person Memorial Day ceremony at Punchbowl
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|Public Utilities Commission rejects Big Isle biomass plant again
The state Public Utilities Commission on Monday placed another roadblock in front of a $520 million biomass plant that would burn trees to generate electricity on Hawai‘i Island. Star-Advertiser. Civil Beat. Hawaii Public Radio. Tribune-Herald. Big Island Video News. KITV4.
Mayor Mitch Roth calls for ‘mindful masking’ as Covid-19 case counts rise
Naniloa hotel dispute still not resolved
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5 Steps to Handling a Water Damage Claim
As commercial and residential buildings in Hawai‘i age, building owners and managers increasingly see incidence of water damage. If water damage happens to you, here are five simple steps to mitigate the situation, plus tips on how to prepare now before a water damage incident happens... read more.
|Ige proclaims second axis deer emergency period for Maui
The emergency relief period’s extension lifts several legal provisions to allow the county and state to continue investing in measures to control the deer population. Deer have become an increasingly visible issue on Maui and Moloka‘i, as severe drought has forced them to impinge into more agricultural and developed areas as they seek food and water. Civil Beat.
Hawai‘i officials mourn ‘sudden passing’ of former OHA Trustee Colette Machado
|Opposition to airport master plan takes off
Lihu‘e Airport’s current master plan was published in 1989. Its replacement, slated for completion sometime this summer, is built on forecasts estimating airport activity levels could multiply over the next 20 years. Garden Island.
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