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Of_cers charged with cover-up

Prosecutors allege that Honolulu police were involved in a high-speed crash, then failed to stop By AUDREY McAVOY Associated Press HONOLULU – Honolulu prosecutors on Thursday filed charges against four policeofficers alleging a cover- up in connection with a high-speed car chase that they say resulted in a crash and a traumatic brain injury to the driver of another car. Honolulu Prosecuting Attorney Steve Alm said the charges are the result of an exhaustive investigation and review of the…Read more

Mobile health clinic unveiled

By GRANT PHILLIPS Hawaii Tribune-Herald A new mobile health care clinic has arrived on the Big Island courtesy of Healthy MothersHealthy Babies, a Hawaii-based nonprofit dedicated to improving maternal, child andfamily health care.The new Mana MamaMobile Health Clinicoffers a variety of medical care for moms, families and those giving birth, with services ranging from pregnancy care to reproductive health and family medicine. “What we really try and do is wrap families up in a really supportive…Read more

Americans ‘can feel confident,’ Yellen says

The treasury secretary testified to Congress that the US banking system, deposits remains sound By FATIMA HUSSEIN Associated Press WASHINGTON – Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen offered firm, upbeat reassurances to rattled bank depositors and investors Thursday, even as American financial institutions and European agencies ordered fresh rescue efforts following the second-largest bank collapse in U.S. history. Questioned closely, sometimes aggressively, Yellen told senators at a Capitol hearing…Read more

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