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CALENDAR TODAY No local sporting events scheduled MONDAY No local sporting events scheduled Na ‘Ohana O Na Hui Wa‘a Na Keiki O Ka Mo‘i Regatta At Maili Beach Saturday Team Standings Division AAA (25-46 Read More
 
Keith Kaneshiro’s refusal to cooperate in the Kealoha probe turned scrutiny on him

 

Former Honolulu Prosecuting Attorney Keith Kaneshiro’s unwillingness to cooperate in a federal investigation of his former deputy, Katherine Kealoha, likely led authorities to turn their attention to allegations that he conspired with the executives of an engineering firm to frame a former employee for felony theft, according to an attorney familiar with the investigation.
 
Timeline: Anatomy of a public corruption scandal

 

The public corruption scandal that began when former Honolulu Police Chief Louis Kealoha and his wife, former city Deputy Prosecutor Katherine Kealoha, attempted to frame her uncle in 2013 to conceal mismanagement of family funds has expanded into one of the largest federal investigations of how elected officials and businesses play politics in Hawaii.
 
Signs of Hawaiian Life – July 10, 2022

 

Did you spot a sign of Hawaiian life on your travels? To submit photos, check out our new, simple online submission form at staradvertiser.com/signs . You must fill out all required fields in order to be considered for publication. Photos must have a person in them and contain a “sign” of Hawaiian life. Email submissions and mailed photos are no longer accepted.
 
Column: Tobacco industry taints anti-vape bills

 

Hawaii will have to wait yet another year for meaningful regulations on e-cigarettes, and even longer if House Bill 1570 is not vetoed. You read that right: Meaningful change will take longer if this tobacco bill is not vetoed. This is because HB 1570, while introduced as a strong bill to end the sale of flavored tobacco products, quickly became the target of poison pill amendments and emerged as
 
Column: Hawaii Tourism Authority has the right priorities for Hawaii

 

As former governors, we know that contractual challenges are a part of the procedural life of government. Why then might we wade into the conversation around the question of whether the Hawaii Tourism Authority should reverse its decision to give the U.S. tourism brand management contract to the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement (CNHA) and return it to the current entity, the Hawaii Visitor
 
Timeline: Anatomy of a public corruption scandal

 

The public corruption scandal that began when former Honolulu Police Chief Louis Kealoha and his wife, former city Deputy Prosecutor Katherine Kealoha, attempted to frame her uncle in 2013 to conceal mismanagement of family funds has expanded into one of the largest federal investigations of how elected officials and businesses play politics in Hawaii.
 
Kokua Line: Do tourists with local host still need reservations at Diamond Head State Monument?

 

Question: If I am taking visiting family members to Diamond Head and I will stay with them the whole time, do they still have to make a reservation ahead of time?
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