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Sweep notices coming Monday

By Dan Nakaso
Time is now running out for 20 to 25 people who, if still living on the outer edges of the Kakaako homeless encampment Sept. 8, will be rousted from their makeshift homes in the first sweep since conditions there sparked renewed efforts to address Oahu’s homeless problem.

Justices zero in on TMT due process

By Timothy Hurley
The legal battle over the controversial Thirty Meter Telescope drew a step closer to resolution Thursday when the state’s highest court heard oral arguments in the case.

Ex-supervisor recalls gunman’s outbursts

By Rosemarie Bernardo
The former Virginia TV reporter who shot and killed two journalists, then turned the gun on himself, had a volatile temper, recalled the news director who hired and fired him.

Pause to precede new storms

By Leila Fujimori
Hawaii residents and visitors will get a bit of a reprieve from the drenching rains this weekend but may still be feeling the aftereffects of recent flooding that touched off sewage spills and a statewide brown-water advisory.

$9M rail delay claim deferred

By Marcel Honoré
For a second consecutive month, those overseeing Honolulu’s rail project have held off approving a nearly $9 million delay claim for Ansaldo Honolulu, the firm that’s creating the elevated transit system’s rail cars and operating system.

Gridiron revue still not playing it safe

By Christie Wilson
Gridiron 2015, put on by Hawaii’s press corps, public relations pros and supporters, poses the question “Is nothing sacred?” And the answer is a resounding “no.” Not even Mauna Kea — or at least not the controversy over construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope at the summit.

Self-styled pro surfer found not guilty in vehicular attack

By Nelson Daranciang
A state judge found a 31-year-old Oahu woman accused of running over another woman in a Waikiki apartment building parking garage not guilty of attempted murder Thursday afternoon by reason of insanity.

Homeless man indicted in Chinatown stabbing

By Gregg K. Kakesako
An Oahu grand jury Tuesday indicted a 56-year-old homeless man, who has a history of felony convictions dating back to the 1980s, in connection with a stabbing last month.
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