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Off The News: Crime updates on West Side

At 6 p.m. today, a “Westside Crime Update” is scheduled at the Ark of Safety Christian Fellowship Church at Waianae Mall, with an update on crime from Honolulu Police Department (HPD) Maj. Mike Lambert and policy updates from City Council member Andria Tupola. Read more

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                                Honolulu Police Department police officers (back, L-R) Joshua Nahulu, Robert G. Lewis III, Jake R.T. Bartolome and Erik X.K. Smith make their initial court appearance with their attorneys (front, L-R) Howard Luke, Benjamin Ignacio, Pedric Arrisgado and Doris Lum. The four Honolulu police officers face felony charges in connection with a September 2021 police pursuit that ended in a crash that the officers allegedly fled and conspired to cover up. The officers plead not guilty.
Off The News: HPD officers’ trial set for June

For the third time, and over prosecutors’ objections, a judge has granted a continuance to four Honolulu Police Department (HPD) officers charged with felonies in connection with a September 2021 Makaha car chase and crash that paralyzed a teen and left the driver with a traumatic brain injury. The trial is now set for June. Read more

                                Hawaii Rainbow Wahine Kendra Ham, left, Tali Hakas, Kennedi Evans, Tayli Ikenaga, Kate Lang and Riley Wagoner celebrated a point against the San Diego Tritons during an Big West Conference Women’s volleyball game on Friday, Nov. 17 at the SimpliFi Arena, Stan Sheriff Center.
Off The News: Rousing victories for UH teams

What a thrilling weekend for University of Hawaii sports fans: The volleyball Wahine won the Big West championship and are now in the NCAA postseason tournament, while the football team upset Colorado State with a dramatic last-second field goal, to close its season with a win. Read more

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