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Power outage closes Honolulu District Court

The Honolulu District Courthouse building in downtown Honolulu is closed today due to a power outage, according to the Hawaii State Judiciary.

The outage at the building located at 1111 Alakea St. occurred sometime before 7:45 a.m. today. The cause was not immediately known.

A troubleshooter from Hawaiian Electric checked the vault that services the area. Company spokesman Shannon Tangonan said the vault was energized. “We don’t have a power outage on our end.”

The courthouse building houses some Circuit Court and Family Court divisions. Hearings set to be held today have been rescheduled.

For more information call 538-5629 or visit: www.courts.state.hi.us.

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