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HONOLULU – Attorney General Doug Chin announced today that Donald J. Iseke has been charged with forgery in the second degree. According to the felony information, Iseke altered a medical certificate order form, dated June 30, 2016. Iseke has ten prior convictions, including nine misdemeanors and one petty misdemeanor. Forgery in the second degree (HRS ...
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Participants serve as ‘Cyber Protection Agents’ in free online simulation HONOLULU – Gov. David Y. Ige today announced a partnership between the State of Hawai‘i and SANS Institute to offer high school and college students the opportunity this summer to participate in a free online cybersecurity assessment and exercise called CyberStart. In coordination with the ...
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HONOLULU – Carilyn Shon has been appointed administrator of the Hawaii State Energy Office (HSEO), effective July 31. In her new role, Shon will manage, develop, oversee and implement statewide energy programs, policies, and initiatives that support Hawaii’s clean energy transformation. She has extensive experience in the energy field, most recently serving as Energy Efficiency ...
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HONOLULU – Attorney General Doug Chin today joined California Attorney General Xavier Becerra and 18 attorneys general in sending a letter to President Trump urging him to maintain and defend the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. In the letter, the attorneys general explain how DACA has benefited their states and the nation as ...
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For educational and affordable housing purposes, to be under the control and management of the Hawaii Housing Finance and Development Corporation.

HONOLULU – A federal bankruptcy court ordered yesterday that Ciber, Inc. v. Hawaii will be heard in Hawaii state court, despite mainland-based Ciber’s attempts to move Hawaii’s claims to Delaware. The case began in September 2015 when Ciber sued the Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT) regarding a project to implement new software for the HDOT’s ...
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HONOLULU – The state Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism (DBEDT) launched a new program aimed at attracting and promoting more international student exchange in Hawaii. The newly created “Study Hawaii Ambassador Program,” kicked off today with the first group of ambassadors from Yasuda Women’s University (YWU) in Hiroshima, a sister-state province.  These students ...
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People urged to avoid going in water at Kaimana Beach between Waikiki Natatorium and Outrigger Canoe Club HONOLULU —  State, federal and City and County officials continue to urge people to use extreme caution at Kaimana Beach as a monk seal mother and her growing pup become more active both on the beach and in ...
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Under chapter 89C of the HRS, the Governor is granted the authority to make adjustments to the wages, hours, benefits, and other terms and conditions of employment for elected and appointed officials and employees in the executive branch who are excluded from collective bargaining coverage.

Under chapter 89C of the HRS, the Governor is granted the authority to make adjustments to the wages, hours, benefits, and other terms and conditions of employment for elected and appointed officials and employees in the executive branch who are excluded from collective bargaining coverage.