Eleven-year-old Kia'i Tallet's entrepreneurial spirit has fostered interconnected businesses that her family runs from their farm in the Hamakua District. Kia'i Tallett is pictured with her parents Sally Lundburg and Keith Tallett at Keolamauloa Farm on Hawaii island.
Hawai‘i Community Foundation President and CEO Kelvin Taketa, left, with Robin Freeman Bernstein, Lisa Freeman, the Freemans’ “fourth sister” Emme Tomimbang and Susan Freeman Mann. The Freeman sisters have established a fund at the foundation in honor of their parents, Leonard and Rose Freeman. Leonard created the original “Hawaii Five-O.” The foundation will receive 10 percent of the proceeds from Lisa Freeman’s book “Honey Girl.”
"Ultimately everyone's a victim if we lose our fundamental right to trial, the fundamental right to a jury trial, the fundamental right to confront witnesses, the fundamental right to remain silent." --Myles Breiner, President, Hawaii Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Clarence W. Habersham Jr. is drawing intense scrutiny both for the questions surrounding his response to the shooting and for what his role has illuminated about the pressures and expectations facing black officers in largely white police departments. Story »