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Q: It isnt a possibility that Alexander Gambsky can be found guilty. There are too many holes in the case and not one single credible witness for the prosecution. (Hawaii )
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Q: When will Leonardo Chavez be charged for murdering Tara Isnin?
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A: He will be charged as soon as he is discharged from the Hospital, transferred to County Jail, and goes to his first court appearance.
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Q: When is the Gerald W. Galaway, Jr. murder trial schedulesd? (Maui )
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Q: monica ovens murder trial 1990's ? (Maui )
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Q: reuben silva found not guilty?
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Q: Does kalani k kealoha has a warrant
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Q: 1980's 1990's, a case involving girl getting run over by a white van, possibly by bf, hilo side....
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George Stinney, 14-year-old convicted of '44 murder, exonerated - KFVE, K5-Hawaii News, Weather
Hawaii
A memorial is being unveiled this weekend to a 14-year-old black South Carolina youth executed 70 years ago. More >> A memorial is being unveiled this weekend to a 14-year-old black South Carolina youth executed 70 years ago.
December 26 2014
Police arrest man for attempted murder
Kailua, Hawaii
The suspect fled the scene in a stolen vehicle and police later arrested him.
December 25 2014
Big Island man sentenced in 2013 murder case
Hawaii
A 56-year-old Kawaihae man has been sentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole for killing a Kona musician last year.
December 23 2014
Orange County couple's 2013 murder remains unsolved
Florida
The daughter of an Orange County man and woman who were killed in 2013 discussed the unsolved case with Channel 9's Kenneth Craig. Valerie Smith had just had a fairytale wedding and honeymoon in Hawaii, and returned to central Florida days before her parents' deaths. "I went from what was the most perfect and beautiful day of my life, to what was the most horrific and awful tragedy that you ...
December 23 2014
Kawaihae man gets life in prison for Kona musician’s murder
Hawaii
A Kawaihae man who pleaded guilty to murdering a popular Kona musician in late 2013 was sentenced to life in prison on Monday.
December 23 2014
Browning Man Found Guilty in Polson Murder
Hawaii
A Lake County jury finds 32-year-old Makueeyapee Whitford, of Browning, guilty of deliberate homicide.
December 23 2014
WHT Breaking: Kawaihae man sentenced to life in prison for Kona musician’s murder
Hawaii
A Kawaihae man who pleaded guilty to murdering Kona musician Robert Keawe Lopaka Ryder was sentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole on Monday.
December 23 2014
Kawaihae man sentenced to life in prison for Kona musician’s murder
Hawaii
A Kawaihae man who pleaded guilty to murdering Kona musician Robert Keawe Lopaka Ryder was sentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole on Monday.
December 23 2014
Treatment without a cost
Hawaii
LIHUE — Cherlyn Caneda, a nurse practitioner at Shriners Hospitals for Children on Oahu, couldn’t help but be just a little cheerful on Thursday, despite a morning filled with scrutinizing youngsters at the Kauai Medical Center. 
December 22 2014
Hawaii is nation’s healthiest state, Mississippi its unhealthiest
Hawaii
Hawaii has the nation's healthiest residents in 2014 and Mississippi has the most unhealthy, according to the 25th annual America's Health Rankings released Wednesday by the United Health Foundation. Click to Continue »
December 22 2014
State, Kauai set up panel to study GMO pesticide impacts
Hawaii
 The state Agriculture Department and Kauai County announced a joint fact finding effort Tuesday to determine if there are health and environmental impacts from the use of pesticides applied to genetically modified crops. 
December 22 2014
Murder of NYC Cops Inflames Tension Between Mayor and Police
Hawaii
The shooting of two New York police officers, killed yesterday while sitting in their patrol car in Brooklyn, is inflaming tensions between the administration of Mayor Bill de Blasio and the city's police ...
December 21 2014
Rydal author uses familiar settings, people to write murder mysteries
Hawaii
Abington Aletta Henry sits on a couch in a living room so perfectly decorated it seems to come straight from a movie.
December 19 2014
Man accused of killing wife, stuffing body in refrigerator appears before judge
Hawaii
A man wanted as a person of interest in the death of a woman found dead in an apartment refrigerator is now charged with her murder.
December 19 2014
Jury deliberations start in frying pan murder case
Hawaii
A Monmouth County jury has started deliberations in the trial of a Middletown man charged with murdering his wife with a frying pan.
December 18 2014
Ruling: Land board was wrong in Aina Lea case
Kailua, Hawaii
The state Supreme Court has ruled the state Land Use Commission didn't follow the law when it took action that stopped work on a Big Island development project.
December 17 2014
Lawmaker: Hospital should not have released stabbing suspect
Kailua, Hawaii
According to court documents, Chauncey Ingraham told a woman, "I am a soldier and I am going to kill you," before stabbing and slashing her …
December 17 2014
Boy charged as an adult in murder being kept at youth facility
Kailua, Hawaii
A teenage boy charged as an adult with murdering his foster mother will be held at a facility with other youth for months, raising questions about the safety of the other kids behind bars there.
December 17 2014
First case forcing mental treatment on homeless woman thrown out
Hawaii
 A Family Court judge has thrown out the test case under a 2013 law that allows people to be forced into mental health outpatient treatment.
December 16 2014
Police arrest man for Kailua attempted murder
Hawaii
Neighbors said the victim, a 23-year-old college student, ran out of the house with several stab wounds.
December 16 2014
Maui police investigating murder near Maliko Gulch
Hawaii
Maui police are investigating a man's murder in Paia.
December 15 2014
New lawyer in murder case
Hawaii
LIHUE — A Princeville man accused of attempted second-degree murder will have a new attorney as he continues to wait for the results of mental fitness examinations for trial.
December 13 2014
Mistrial declared in police chief's stolen mailbox case
Honolulu, Hawaii
A public defender is calling for a mistrial in a mailbox theft case because the Honolulu police chief testified about the defendant's criminal history.
December 12 2014
Mailbox trial revealing police chief family feud
Honolulu, Hawaii
A federal trial involving a stolen mailbox is giving a glimpse into the squabbles of the Honolulu police chief's family.
December 12 2014
Honolulu police chief mailbox trial to start
Honolulu, Hawaii
Opening statements are expected in a federal trial against a man accused of stealing the home mailbox of the Honolulu Police Chief Louis Kealoha.
December 12 2014
Alleged White House fence jumper found competent
Hawaii
Psychiatrists say Omar Gonzalez, who is accused of climbing the White House fence and running inside the executive mansion before being apprehended, is competent to stand trial.
December 11 2014
Honolulu police chief mailbox trial delayed
Hawaii
UPDATE: Opening statements were postponed in the trial against a man accused of stealing the mailbox of Honolulu Police Chief Louis Kealoha.
December 11 2014
Protesters ask federal courts to curb police
Hawaii
Police violated the constitutional rights of protesters upset by the death in Ferguson, Missouri, of an unarmed black man, lawyers told a federal judge Wednesday in urging she step in and curb the police.
December 10 2014
Chinese defendants enter pleas in US gambling case in Vegas
Hawaii
Two more Chinese citizens took plea deals in federal court in Las Vegas in what prosecutors say was an illegal Internet gambling ring broken up by an FBI raid at high-roller suites at Caesars Palace.
December 10 2014
Family issues led to poor decisions, costing soldier her career
Schofield Barracks, hawaii
FORT HUACHUCA — Physical and emotional stress were at high levels during Wednesday’s court martial in which a woman soldier tried to save her Army career as she defended herself in the accidental self-shooting by her 30-month-old son in July 2013, which left him with serious abdominal injuries. Army medic Sgt. Jennifer Onei lost control of herself on more than one occasion during what was an ...
December 05 2014
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