Drunk-driving arrests, court cases decline as new challenges emerge

The first four months of the year have seen fewer people arrested for DUI, and fewer drunk-driving and related cases heading to court.

Kealohas break down mailbox controversy, abuse of power accusations

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A family financial feud and a mailbox caper said by some to be theft, by others to be a frame job, started it all.

Police chief’s attorney: Feds ‘on an expedition’ to indict someone

The attorney for Honolulu’s police chief and his wife is questioning some methods of a federal investigation that started with them as the t…

Feds withhold a half-billion dollars for rail over stalled financial plan

Officials are waiting for three key things: a revised project cost estimate, schedule, and financial plan that shows enough in other funds t…

Prosecutors, HPD implement more changes to improve DUI follow-through

After our investigations, the Honolulu City Council held Tuesday a hearing asking police and prosecutors what changes they could make.

Massive, unresolved rail costs loom despite chair’s resignation

How realistic is Honolulu’s rail budget, and will Monday’s resignation change that?

Project leaders under fire as HECO raises critical concerns over rail

A power company official has come forward to the rail authority, saying critical clearance issues are not being addressed in upcoming segmen…