In this Aug. 27 file photo, Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas J. Spota points to a photograph of the aftermath of a deadly automobile accident on New York’s Long Island, during a news conference in Happague, N.Y. In the prosecution of the man charged with the accident, the District Attorney’s Office is employing a forensic technique that estimates a person’s blood alcohol content at the time of an offense, based on its level at the time it was read.
Air Force Maj. Gen. Kelly McKeague, shown deliver- ing remarks during the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command deactivation ceremony in January at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, grew up in Papakolea and graduated from Damien Memorial School in 1977. He received his commission in the Air Force in 1981.
Vaughn Davis, 61, a full-blooded Navajo, refuses to drink or use drugs in his new “Housing First” apartment, even though he could. After four brutal winters living on the streets of Salt Lake City, Davis does not want to run the risk of becoming homeless again. “I’m not going to screw this up,” he said.
Free public workshops will be held beginning Oct. 13 so that people can learn about planning and design issues in fast-growing Kakaako.
Pictured are the condominiums Waiea, left, and Anaha going up at Kamakee and Auahi streets.
Even as construction of the rail transit guideway lurches from one problem to the next, city officials remain optimistic about their plans for development around the completed rail transit stations — the much-touted “transit-oriented development” (TOD) model that would direct future growth along the rail line.