A retired chief trainer of federal law enforcement officers said in state court Friday that agents who go to the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center are instructed and trained to draw their firearm only if they intend to use it.
An Oahu Community Correctional Center inmate attempted to bolt to freedom Thursday morning but was stopped as he scaled a wire fence. Chad Teisina tried to climb an 18-foot fence topped with razor wire in the prison's recreational yard.
Safeway shareholders Friday approved the company's $9.2 billion sale to Albertsons, a deal that comes amid fierce competition for the combined supermarket chains from a host of foes.
The Kakaako area missed the presence of chef Mark "Gooch" Noguchi when restaurant incubator Taste closed its doors in January. Five months later the chef returned with Snackbox, a salad and sandwich takeout space inside Pad, a home-furnishing store on Auahi Street.
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It was a move Brian Ching had never considered. But as his final year of playing professional soccer wound down in 2013, the Haleiwa native met with Houston Dynamo president Chris Canetti, who presented him with an interesting option.
Even now, more than 50 years and thousands of surfboards later, Randy Rarick vividly recalls his first wide-eyed steps into a Kakaako surf shop.