State Senate Judiciary Committee rejects Dan Gluck’s nomination to Appeals Court.
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|Senate committee rejects Dan Gluck’s nomination to Appeals Court
For members of the Senate Judiciary Committee, the vote wasn’t just about a single judicial candidate. Fair or not, his nomination has become a symbol of deeply rooted issues in Hawai‘i, specifically race and gender diversity. Civil Beat. Hawai‘i Public Radio. Hawaii News Now. KITV4.
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|City considering changes to better enforce illegal O‘ahu vacation rentals
The Honolulu Department of Permitting and Planning is working on changing the short-term rental ordinance to crack down on illegal vacation rentals. A completed draft is expected in the coming weeks. Star-Advertiser.
Video of Sykap shooting shows officer firing repeatedly at car
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Runway repairs scheduled at Honolulu airport
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|Environmental Management Commission looks for new waste solutions
The commission is exploring a new model called extended producer responsibility, or EPR, which requires producers to shoulder more of the disposal burden that currently falls to government and taxpayers. West Hawaii Today.
PGV opponents appeal dismissal of lawsuits
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|Pulehu Solar project moves forward
On Tuesday, the Maui Planning Commission granted a special use permit for the 370-acre solar and battery project in Kula. Maui News.
County program to assist first-time home buyers is accepting applications
Maui ranchers are battling drought and deer
|Kaua‘i prosecutor is stepping down for nonprofit position
Justin Kollar announced Wednesday that he will be leaving his county job at the end of the summer for a position at a nonprofit focused on criminal justice policy. Civil Beat.
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