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HNN News - OHA settles harassment claim against trustee for $50K

Hawaii News Now has learned that the Office of Hawaiian Affairs has settled a sexual harassment claim against Trustee Peter Apo for $50,000.

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What a Unified Family Court is and How it might affect you

The Hawaii Family Court system was established in 1965 and was one of the first family courts in the nation to be established as a “Unified Family Court.”  This simply means that any matter that involves children are heard by the Family Court.   316 more words

KHON2 News Story - Military siren goes off again, no emergency reported

Less than 24 hours after an emergency siren malfunctioned at Camp Smith, Halawa and Aiea residents say it’s gone off yet again.

Our newsroom has been flooded with calls from viewers, who reported hearing the siren sound at around 8:30 p.m. 109 more words


HNN News - Wildlife officials investigate record Humpback Whale deaths

A mystery over a record number of dead whales found in Hawaii this humpback whale season.

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KHON2 News Story - City holds another public auction of abandoned, unclaimed vehicles

The city is auctioning off more abandoned and unwanted vehicles.

As we reported last month, numerous residents contacted KHON2’s Action Line to say Kuni’s Automotive and Towing has a lot so full, it’s had to move dozens of cars onto Isenberg Street, taking up premium parking space. 60 more words


HNN News - Lawmakers grill BOE members about school chief's exit

State lawmakers are demanding a better explanation of why Kathryn Matayoshi is being replaced as schools superintendent when her contract expires this summer.

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The Reality of Diamond Head

I finally took the time to hike up diamond head! Normally when I go to Hawaii my first and only goal is to hit up the beach for the entire day. 458 more words