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Jack Truesdale was a general assignment reporter at the Honolulu Star-Advertiser from August 2022 to February 2023.
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                                HPD Chief Arthur “Joe” Logan congratulates officers after the ceremony.
Honolulu Police Department promotes 26 officers

The Honolulu Police Department promoted 26 police officers — three lieutenants, four sergeants, four detectives and 15 corporals — along with seven civilians in a well-attended ceremony Thursday at the Neal Blaisdell Center. Read more

                                Carole Kai was presented with a koa key to the city and a proclamation declaring Feb. 17, 2023, “Carole Kai Day.” Mayor Rick Blangiardi honored Kai for her 50 years of philanthropy while the Royal Hawaiian Band provided the entertainment in the courtyard of Honolulu Hale.
Carole Kai honored with special day

In accepting the key to the city, Kai quoted her mother as inspiration: “If you love Hawaii, you better do for Hawaii, and if you don’t do for Hawaii, shame on you.” Read more

                                Hawaii House Speaker Scott Saiki, left, Dan Foley, the attorney who initiated the case, retired Justice Steven Levinson and professor Tom Ramsey gathered during Monday’s commemoration for the 30th anniversary of the marriage equality decision by the Hawaii Supreme Court.
Key players look back almost 30 years after Hawaii same-sex ruling

Thirty years ago, Hawaii Supreme Court Associate Justice Steven Levinson wrote the decision that moved Hawaii, and the nation, closer to marriage equality: To deny same-sex couples the right to marry went against the state Constitution, Levinson wrote, and the state must allow it, without any compelling reason not to. Read more

                                Desmond Kekahuna
Waipahu man indicted in Mililani parking lot attacks

An Oahu grand jury indicted a 46-year-old Waipahu man Tuesday on charges of second-degree attempted murder and second-degree assault for allegedly running over a woman pushing her baby in a stroller in the Mili­lani Walmart parking lot and then attacking her and a man who tried to intervene last week. Read more

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