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Pahoa man in court on child pornography charges

Hawaii 24/7 Staff A Pahoa man sought by the FBI on child pornography charges was arrested Wednesday and appeared Thursday in U.S. District Court in Honolulu. John Tucker, 56, was arrested for allegedly producing and distributing child pornography in Hilo after police executed a search warrant at the bed-and-breakfast in Leilani Estates he runs with […]

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Kahele to give Highway 130 update (Dec. 1)

Kahele to give Highway 130 update (Dec. 1)

MEDIA RELEASE Hawaii Island’s District 2 State Sen. Gilbert Kahele is hosting a Highway 130 update at 6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 1 in Puna. Building upon the DOT forum in September, Kahele will specifically address all State Highway 130 projects in Puna and to help clarify some of the issues that were addressed in September […]

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Senate confirms Board of Education members

Senate confirms Board of Education members

MEDIA RELEASE The state Senate has confirmed Hawaii’s first appointed Board of Education. The members were appointed by Gov. Neil Abercrombie with the advise and consent of the Senate. Act 5, which was signed into law March 14, gives the governor the authority to appoint nine members, which would consist of: one member from the […]

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In another step forward to advance the state’s public school system, Governor Neil Abercrombie today announced his appointments to the new Board of Education (BOE).  The board consists of nine members – three from O'ahu, three at-large, and one each from Hawai'i Island, Maui and Kaua'i.

Governor appoints Brian DeLima to the Board of Education

In another step forward to advance the state’s public school system, Governor Neil Abercrombie today announced his appointments to the new Board of Education (BOE). The board consists of nine members – three from O’ahu, three at-large, and one each from Hawai’i Island, Maui and Kaua’i.

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Ethics Board dismisses Naeole complaint

Ethics Board dismisses Naeole complaint

Karin Stanton | Hawaii 24/7 Editor The county Board of Ethics voted Wednesday, Nov. 10 to dismiss a complaint filed against Puna Councilwoman Emily Naeole by a former campaign volunteer. Toni Robert filed a petition – weeks before Naeole faced three challengers for her council seat in the Primary Election – claiming Naeole and her […]

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