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Friday, January 14, 2022
January 14, 2022 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 11:31 AM :: 1542 Views
  1. Former council members expect to be witnesses against indicted ex-city officials
  2. Lawmakers: Red Hill Fuel Leaked Into Well Through A Pipeline Navy Didn’t Know Existed
  3. DOE Officials Preview Budget Priorities To Hawaii Lawmakers
  4. Honolulu Police Chief Search Expected To Take At Least 6 More Months    
  5. Annual Statewide Count Of Hawaii’s Homeless Population Postponed
  6. Will This Bureaucratic Tug Of War Over Hawaii’s Ag Lands Finally End?
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Thursday, January 13, 2022
January 13, 2022 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:31 PM :: 2715 Views
  1. Caldwell Next to be Arrested?
  2. New map proposed for Hawaii’s state, congressional lawmaker districts
  3. Hawaii Voter database - 100,000 bogus registrations?
  4. Hawaii's Capitol Can Be Opened Safely
  5. 42 Hawaii public schools have not reported their COVID-19 case counts since before winter break
  6. Head of nurses union: Severe staffing shortage at hospitals is impacting patient care
  7. UH Buyout: $1.2M for a Dr Pepper
  8. COVID: People Earned Less from Work--But Got Free Money from the Sky
  9. Antivax Mayoral recall effort fails Miserably in second attempt to collect signatures
  10. Poll - Hawaii Voters Want To Access State Agencies and Services Online
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Wednesday, January 12, 2022
January 12, 2022 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:19 PM :: 2736 Views
  1. Kealoha Payoff Illegal: Top Caldwell Administration Officials Arrested by FBI
  2. ‘The judge got it wrong’: City prosecutor rails against lawmaker’s acquittal in DUI case
  3. Civil Beat Law Center intervenes again opposing unnecessary secrecy in Miske case
  4. Reality: As it pledges to empty fuel tanks, Navy says cost of crisis now tops $250M
  5. Illusion: Elected officials advance bill pretending to propose city regulate Red Hill fuel farm
  6. Is The Hawaii Legislature Ready To Give Teachers Yet Another Raise Outside of Collective Bargaining?
  7. Hanabusa Gravy Train: Honolulu Rail Board Members Signal Strong Satisfaction With Kahikina’s Job So Far
  8. Bill 41: Neighborhoods need rentals of 30+ days
  9. The Maui Charter Commission Is Weighing 85 Changes To County Government
  10. CNMI House Votes To Impeach Governor Torres
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Tuesday, January 11, 2022
January 11, 2022 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:13 PM :: 2679 Views
  1. Drunk With Power: Sharon Har DUI case ends in acquittal
  2. Witch Hunt Continues: House May Ask AG To Probe Alleged Criminal Conduct By State Auditor
  3. COVID Excuse: Higa sentencing delayed
  4. SB666: Hawaii’s Legislature Will Use Climate Change as Excuse for Tax and Fee Hike
  5. Rolling Blackouts Coming: Oahu renewable energy suffers setback
  6. Prioritize COVID testing, transparency to keep schools going
  7. First cruise ship to Hawaiʻi in 2 years arrives with positive COVID-19 cases in isolation
  8. U.S. military tracking Russian military vessel near Hawaii
  9. HPD And DOE Sued For Allegedly Handcuffing 10-Year-Old Girl Over Drawing
  10. New suits filed against housing project on Navy water line as flushing effort continues
  11. Hospitals report ‘critical’ shortage of staffed beds with 1,400 frontline caregivers out due to COVID
  12. Quack? Maui Hospital Goes After Antivax Doc
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Monday, January 10, 2022
January 10, 2022 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:15 PM :: 1116 Views
  1. Navy Has Underground Fuel Tanks on Kauai, Too
  2. Legislature: Wooden Stockade to Keep Public Out
  3. SHOPO Leader Wants Faster Progress In Finding A New Honolulu Police Chief
  4. Rate Commission seeks public input on Bus, Handi-Van fares
  5. Hele-On riders offered free Bikeshare use
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Sunday, January 9, 2022
January 9, 2022 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:05 PM :: 1775 Views
  1. Aloha Stadium Gravy Train: Tickets on Sale Now $25
  2. Rail Operating Cost may be $150M per Year
  3. Pandemic-caused shutdown of state Capitol hurts public participation in our Legislature
  4. One of Miske’s Hawaii Kai Homes Is For Sale, But He’s Unlikely To Get The Proceeds
  5. Hawaii’s high housing costs can be lessened
  6. Flushing of water system at Aliamanu and Red Hill to continue, Army says
  7. Some Central Maui residents may see different voting districts
  8. Interest is high now that electric guns are legal to buy and carry in Hawaii
  9. Young Brothers suspends some cargo shipments to Maui
  10. Shapiro: Lesson from WWII: Fix democracy with more democracy
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Saturday, January 8, 2022
January 8, 2022 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:05 PM :: 1240 Views
  1. Curbing emergency power
  2. Public schools are in-person, but COVID is keeping hundreds of students away
  3. Hawaii public school officials report 1,800+ teacher absences; Chaminade joins shift to virtual classes
  4. Navy wants to release millions of gallons of treated water a day from tainted well into Halawa Stream
  5. Ige Proposes Statewide Law Enforcement Agency
  6. Next Big Fat UH Buyout: Todd Graham Allegedly Called Hawaii A ‘Third World Country’ Because The Vending Machines Didn’t Have Dr. Pepper
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Friday, January 7, 2022
January 7, 2022 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:17 PM :: 3409 Views
  1. Peter Savio: ‘I Like Trump’ -- Considers Run on Republican Ticket
  2. Miske associate ‘Harry Boy’ Kauhi details Hawaii murder-for-hire in plea deal
  3. Missing HSTA Members Include 1,969 Anti-Vaxxers--Schools Shifting Back to Fake ‘Online’ Classes
  4. Decision on military population means 100,000 Oahuans Disenfranchised so Big island can Seize Control of Undeserved House Seat
  5. Hawaii Tax Collections Are Projected To Top $8 Billion For The First Time Ever
  6. First cruise ship in nearly two years slated to arrive in Hawaii next week
  7. Best feature of Maui comprehensive affordable housing plan is at risk
  8. Commission rejects ‘flawed’ effort to preserve Oahu farmland
  9. Monsanto pleads guilty to pesticide-related crimes in Hawaii
  10. 6 in 10 Oahu homes on the market sold over asking price in 2021: Report
  11. Hawaii Should Prepare Now For The Next Drug Scourge
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Thursday, January 6, 2022
January 6, 2022 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:39 PM :: 2681 Views
  1. Hawaii COVID Hospitalization Count Artificially Inflated by 20%
  2. Gov. David Ige’s emergency powers face challenges
  3. Hanabusa Gravy Train: HART Board Rewards one of its own with $170K Salary
  4. The Navy told this military family they were safe from toxic water. Then both their children ended up in the ER
  5. Unemployment Tax Spike For Employers?
  6. Lawmakers: Spend $1 Billion In Rainy Day Funds to Create HGEA ‘Positions’
  7. This Year HTA Wants $150M, and a Convention Center Roof
  8. ‘Working families’ Group of Hawaii lawmakers formed
  9. Hawaii DOE superintendent: Over 1,600 teachers statewide have called out sick    
  10. McDermott Leaving Hawaii House, Daughter-In-Law To Seek Seat
  11. Maui Purports to Have 4,311 ‘Affordable’ Units ‘in pipeline’
  12. Survey: Anti-Tourism Sentiment Strongest Among New Arrivals 
  13. Anti-TVR Bill 41 to be Heard Jan 13
  14. Ex-death row inmate accused of raping another prisoner at Halawa facility
  15. Hawaii 'Proud Boys' leader's case still active year after Jan. 6 Capitol attack
  16. Displaced military families will have to wait longer until water is safe to return home
  17. ‘It’s a mess’: Some Kula residents still boiling water 1 month after powerful storm
  18. With electric guns legal in Hawaii, police warn misuse comes with consequences
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Wednesday, January 5, 2022
January 5, 2022 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:08 PM :: 1503 Views
  1. Hawaii’s Population Drain Outpaces Most States — 10,358 flee
  2. Lower Income Families May Face Extra Hardships In 2022
  3. Hawaii is forecast to reach nearly 10 million tourists in 2024
  4. Honolulu Mayor Rick Blangiardi announces 50% capacity limit on large indoor events on Oahu
  5. Hawaii COVID-19 hospitalizations mount
  6. Hospital workers shortage worsens with more than 1,000 frontline caregivers out due to COVID  
  7. Some Hawaii public schools face staffing shortage as COVID-19 infections rise in the state
  8. Pressures of the pandemic delay environmental protection efforts
  9. Hundreds of domestic violence, DUI cases at risk after state Supreme Court ruling
  10. State offering inmates $25 incentive to get booster shot
  11. Alleged Game Room Shooter Has Lots of Priors
  12. HFD investigating blaze in Kakaako that triggered evacuation at homeless shelter
  13. Hawaii Council committee advances fare-free bus
  14. $250 tax credit for homeowners? Council members mull proposal, vote to table it for now
  15. Hawaii Avoids Port Backups But Some Goods Are Scarce
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Tuesday, January 4, 2022
January 4, 2022 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:02 PM :: 1559 Views
  1. Investigation underway: State probing vandalism of Captain Cook Monument
  2. COVID Count Drops Sharply: Hawaii sees 1,592 new coronavirus cases
  3. 100,000 Oahuans to be Excluded from Count so Big Island can get Another House Seat
  4. Board of Water Supply says 3 Oahu wells may never reopen after latest Navy contamination
  5. Clare Connors sworn in as U.S. Attorney for Hawaii
  6. Students return to Hawaii public school classrooms amid omicron surge
  7. Hawaii eliminates Safe Travels health questionnaire, reduces COVID quarantine for visitors to align with CDC guidelines
  8. Hawaii County flooded with outreach requests from COVID-patients who have no place to quarantine
  9. Honolulu Councilman Augie Tulba’s role in TV commercial raises ethics questions
  10. Report: DOE Food Sustainability Goal Not Real
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Tuesday, January 4, 2022
Letters to the Editor January, 2022
By Letters to the Editor @ 12:57 AM :: 976 Views

Sounds of war we wish to forget

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Monday, January 3, 2022
January 3, 2022 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:26 PM :: 1009 Views
  1. Wages For Many On Oahu Fail To Keep Pace With Soaring Prices
  2. Kaua‘i avoided ‘eviction tsunami’ as wealthy homebuyers drove up prices
  3. Omicron 66%, Delta 33% of Hawaii COVID cases
  4. Contractors play key role in Red Hill fuel storage operations
  5. Soft-on-Crime Crowd Hopes to Give Tickets for Felonies
  6. Helicopter Mapping Homeless camps for outreach, Point In Time Count
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Sunday, January 2, 2022
January 2, 2022 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:50 PM :: 2284 Views
  1. ‘Social License’: Buying Off Activists with Bundles of Money Is Essential For Large-Scale Projects In Hawaii
  2. Critical Hawaii issues face deadlines, uncertainty in 2022
  3. Wise quotables to help guide isle notables in the new year
  4. Rain may delay US Navy’s timeline for flushing fuel-contaminated water out
  5. New law allows Hawaii residents to legally purchase, carry stun gun for self-defense
  6. Hawaii deputy sheriffs hoping for back hazard, overtime pay
  7. Decision by Hawaii Supreme Court leads to dismissal of dozens of cases
  8. Romantic ideas about locally grown food getting in the way
  9. A Long Legal Battle Still Looms For Hawaiian Home Lands Beneficiaries
  10. ‘Just hop on the bus’: Hawaii County Council bill would make bus rides free thanks to grants
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Saturday, January 1, 2022
January 1, 2022 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:11 PM :: 2449 Views
  1. Hospitalizations ‘decoupling’ from COVID counts as severity is not surging with cases
  2. Hawaii records 4 new coronavirus-related deaths, 2,710 additional infections
  3. State senate to hold hearing on University of Hawaii football program
  4. First class action lawsuit filed on behalf of residents affected by Navy’s tainted water crisis
  5. Preview of Oahu Without Coal: HECO asks Oahu customers to conserve electricity after several generators go offline
  6. Most Japanese nationals want to travel to Hawaiʻi after the pandemic
  7. Star-Adv Editorial: How to Extract Money from Zuckerbergs on Kauai
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Friday, December 31, 2021
December 31, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:40 PM :: 1414 Views
  1. Making Tourism More ‘Woke’ Means Taxes, Fees, and Hassles
  2. No Booster Shot Patients in ICU
  3. Hawaii reports 5 new coronavirus-related deaths, 3,290 additional infections
  4. Hawaii County Council Rejects In-Person Testimony                       
  5. Maui Council to convene online as in-person meeting rules suspended
  6. Hawaii Public Utilities Commission -- 2022 and Beyond
  7. Oahu and Maui plastic bans postponed
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Thursday, December 30, 2021
December 30, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 8:13 PM :: 1935 Views
  1. Hawaii sets new record with 3,484 new coronavirus cases -- no deaths
  2. Blangiardi Defends Approach To Omicron Surge
  3. New timeline of events sheds light on failures that led to Navy’s ongoing water crisis
  4. The Army showed the Navy how not to mismanage the contaminated water crisis in Hawaii
  5. DoH Still Delaying Flushing Process
  6. Navy Again Points Out Health Department Lacks Power To Shut Down Red Hill
  7. 3% TAT Hike Will Make TVRs More Attractive --- Cruise Ships Coming Jan 22
  8. High court ruling in Maui case could be good news for Maunakea protestors
  9. A quick look at some of what searches of Miske’s properties disclosed
  10. Pace of occupancy loss slows for Oahu retail market
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Wednesday, December 29, 2021
December 29, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:45 PM :: 1697 Views
  1. Tourist Spending Down 11.5% from 2019
  2. The islands’ broken education system: Why I left Hawaii
  3. Miske Lawyers Focus on Dead Ends for Witnesses
  4. BWS: If Red Hill fuel tanks aren’t emptied, key wells may be permanently shut down
  5. Ige’s Final COVID Emergency Order Expires Today
  6. As cases soar, COVID staffing shortages force some Oahu ambulance stations to temporarily close
  7. Omicron Takes Aim at Unvaccinated Children
  8. Schools to resume full in-person classes despite highest surge in cases since the pandemic started
  9. Ready to collect: New 3% hotel tax goes into effect Saturday
  10. Legislative Agenda: New Jail at Halawa
  11. Legislative Agenda: Ohana Zones
  12. Public Utilities Commission Finalizes HELCO-Hu Honua Evidentiary Hearing
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Tuesday, December 28, 2021
Letters to the Editor, December, 2021
By Letters to the Editor @ 8:53 PM :: 3821 Views
  • The islands’ broken education system: Why I left Hawaii
  • ‘I didn’t know how much better it is outside of Hawaii’
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Tuesday, December 28, 2021
December 28, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 2:13 PM :: 1594 Views
  1. Miske Defense Demands More Time to get to Witnesses
  2. DoH Has Another Opportunity to Artificially Extend Crisis by Making Navy Wait
  3. Lets Play Make Believe: DoH Hearings officer says fake ‘order’ to drain Red Hill fuel tanks should stand
  4. BWS test (again) shows no petroleum in water at Pearl City and Aiea wells
  5. Hawaii Lawmakers Scheme to Work Around Gut-n-Replace Ban
  6. Redistricting May be Kalihi’s only Chance to Replace Mizuno
  7. Brian Taniguchi To Retire From Legislature After 42 Years
  8. Chairperson resigns as Maui County Charter Commission wraps up review
  9. COVID Hospitalizations Triple: Officials to discuss reducing healthcare workers quarantine, isolation period amid staffing shortages
  10. Hawaii's Contact Tracing System Put to the Test
  11. Health care group: It’s time to close nightclubs
  12. It Begins: Hawaii airports see flight cancellations, scores of travel delays
  13. COVID Retirements and Leaving State Account for 75% of Reduction in Labor Force
  14. City working on enforcement for new North Shore beach commercial activity ban
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Monday, December 27, 2021
December 27, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 2:42 PM :: 1862 Views
  1. Hawaii Hardest Hit by Omicron: 964% increase
  2. Drain Red Hill?  Oil Company Response Exposes Empty Rhetoric
  3. Ensure access to online meetings
  4. Research Institute Faces Challenges Bridging Criminal Justice Data Gaps
  5. Map is pau: New Hawaii County Council boundaries completed by Redistricting Commission
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Sunday, December 26, 2021
December 26, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:46 PM :: 2012 Views
  1. Legislators Want to Boost Spending Even More Than Ige
  2. New laws to take effect Jan. 1
  3. COVID Excuse to Keep Public out of Legislative Offices 
  4. Hawaii sets new record with 2,205 new coronavirus cases
  5. Honolulu restaurants relieved that City won't be shutdown amid new COVID surge
  6. With COVID cases soaring, many turn to testing to keep their ‘bubbles’ safe
  7. HTA: Maui County has largest vacation rental supply in state in November 2021
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Saturday, December 25, 2021
December 25, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:17 PM :: 1439 Views
  1. How Christmas Came to Hawaii
  2. ‘A financial disaster’: Red Hill water crisis could prevent, even halt some construction projects
  3. Red Hill Water Flushing from Military Housing Areas
  4. Hawaii senator pushes for change at OCCC after hearing complaints
  5. Hawaii enjoying relatively few canceled flights
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Friday, December 24, 2021
December 24, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:42 PM :: 1679 Views
  1. How Christmas Came to Hawaii
  2. HPD officer arrested after Niu Valley shooting
  3. HTA: Fewer Tourists Paying More Money
  4. Drug-Dealing Sovereignty Thug Arrested at Convenience Store after OHA Attack
  5. Vacation rental supply down 41% from pre-pandemic times
  6. Navy completes ‘System-Level’ flushing at Pearl City Peninsula
  7. City offers employees paid day off for booster shots as dozens out sick with COVID
  8. COVID:  Hawaii Bowl canceled on eve of game after UH pulls out
  9. Kamalani Academy Public Charter School files appeal over enrollment decision
  10. Rail News: Airport Industrial Area to be Bulldozed for Condos
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Thursday, December 23, 2021
December 23, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:39 PM :: 1537 Views
  1. Redistricting: Big Island Democrats Sense Opportunity to Disenfranchise Oahu Voters By Excluding More Military Dependents from Count
  2. Two Red Hill spills could be linked with one much larger than reported
  3. City Attorney Kicked Off HPD Shooting Lawsuit For Creating A Conflict Of Interest
  4. Renewable Energy Isn’t Necessarily Renewable or Energy
  5. Hawaii Council passes glyphosate ban at county parks: ‘Emotion not Science’
  6. A Memoir By A Former Hawaii AG Doesn’t Name Names
  7. Hawaii Biden Popularity top in USA at 54%
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Wednesday, December 22, 2021
December 22, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:22 PM :: 1279 Views
  1. To Make the Red Hill Crisis Take Hold, Hawaii Congressional Delegation Stopped the Navy from Flushing Tainted Water Into Storm Drains
  2. Closing arguments over Red Hill fuel tanks emergency order
  3. Hawaii hospitals full of Non-COVID Patients
  4. City jacks up property tax assessments
  5. Chinatown merchants frustrated with ongoing crime, mental illness and politicians
  6. More Homeless Mayhem: HFD investigating blaze at Aiea home that previously went up in flames    
  7. Results from Kauai Prosecutor special primary election; general in February
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Tuesday, December 21, 2021
December 21, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:29 PM :: 1073 Views
  1. Ban on Large indoor gatherings being discussed as COVID clusters continue
  2. Ten Days Wasted: DoH Ordered Navy to Keep Oily Water in Lines rather than flush it out
  3. DOH confirms eight Navy fuel tanks have not been inspected for over 20 years
  4. Thousands reported illness after drinking contaminated water, BWS says
  5. Should Hawaii Overhaul How It Investigates Police Shootings?
  6. Nearly 1,400 Inmates Get Vax for $50 Incentive
  7. Obama, daughters hit the water for annual Hawaii Christmas vacation
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Monday, December 20, 2021
December 20, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 2:01 PM :: 2405 Views
  1. Another Miske Case Defendant Released--to Custody of ‘Miske Enterprise’ Family
  2. Subsidized Mafia Filmmakers are Cheating on GE Taxes--So Legislators Want to Increase Their Subsidy
  3. The Hawaii Legislature needs to reopen immediately for in-person interaction.
  4. Hawaii State Legislators meet with Assistant Secretary of the Navy
  5. TheBus Hackers from Russia?
  6. Hawaii County Redistricting Commission continues tinkering with council districts
  7. State’s pension fund 2.1% gain
  8. Honolulu’s 911 diversion program panders to homeless lunatic drug addicts in effort to reduce 911 abuse
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Sunday, December 19, 2021
December 19, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:04 PM :: 1311 Views
  1. NYT Looks at Honolulu Rail: Why U.S. Infrastructure Is So Expensive
  2. Gender Queer: DoE Makes Gay Blowjob Book Available in School Libraries
  3. The New County TAT Earmarks Aren’t the Real Problem
  4. Hawaii Congressional Delegation How They Voted December 18, 2021
  5. Kauai Judicial Vacancy – District Judge, District Court of the Fifth Circuit
  6. Rail: Next Step is to Con You into Allowing them to Build Backwards, thus ensuring full completion to Ala Moana at any cost 
  7. Contested case hearing on state’s order to suspend operations at Red Hill planned for Monday
  8. Guam, America’s Forgotten Territory, Is New Front Line Against China  
  9. Hawaii records 2 new coronavirus-related deaths, 972 additional infections
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Saturday, December 18, 2021
December 18, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:33 PM :: 1847 Views
  1. Navy has been Blocked from Flushing out Water Lines for Two Weeks  
  2. Kahele: Fuel Spill Caused by Operator Error
  3. Hawaii records 3 new coronavirus-related deaths, 707 additional infections
  4. A media tidbit from the new book about the Kealoha corruption case
  5. Former HPD recruit: Injury caused by embattled commander years ago was a red flag
  6. 6 men accused of violent takeover of OHA headquarters indicted on multiple felonies
  7. Data shows repairs to Koko Crater trail significantly reduced emergency rescue calls
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Friday, December 17, 2021
December 17, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:29 PM :: 1593 Views
  1. Water system testing since Nov. 29 shows no contamination above acceptable standards: Navy & DoH agree  
  2. DoE FAIL: Nearly 20% of Hawaii high school students not on track to graduate
  3. Rats Jump Sinking Railroad: Two More Stepping Down From HART Board
  4. SHOPO Elections End In Shake-up For Union Leadership
  5. Soft on Crime Crowd Invents New Jail Price Tag in Effort to Keep Criminals on Street
  6. Island of Retaliation: Former litigant responds to Iseri’s claims that lawsuits were planned to derail 2012 election
  7. AntiVax Activism Consumes AntiGMO Movement
  8. Impeachment Charges Filed Against CNMI Governor
  9. Hawaii Planned Parenthood affiliate ousts CEO for use of N-word
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Thursday, December 16, 2021
December 16, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:41 PM :: 3423 Views
  1. Inmate set up to be Killed For ‘Being A Snitch’ In Miske Case
  2. Pandering: Honolulu City Council pretends to defuel Red Hill
  3. City Finalizing Deal With Consultant To Help Select The Next Honolulu Police Chief
  4. Saiki Shut Down Rail Audit -- Now Seeks to Blame Kondo
  5. The old stadium couldn’t support itself, so what makes people think this will be any different?
  6. Teen defying odds after being paralyzed in crash blamed on HPD officers
  7. Newly sworn in MPD chief, deputy chief must now tackle challenge of filling vacancies
  8. Kauai Drug Addicts Rise from Dead 23 Times
  9. A New Program To Help Homeless People On Oahu creates 30 positions
  10. Green Energy Group Ranks Honolulu Among The ‘Most Improved’ Cities
  11. As Usual, the Maui Council’s Latest ‘Affordable Housing’ Scheme is Illegal
  12. Dentists Could Soon Find It Easier To Move To Hawaii Under Proposed Bill
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Wednesday, December 15, 2021
December 15, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:47 PM :: 1541 Views
  1. Rail Budget Could Buy a Tesla for Every Household on Oahu
  2. Stadium proposals postponed: NASED too busy lobbying Legislature
  3. Kalani Hao To Be Honolulu’s New Fire Department Chief
  4. Antonov to Fly Giant Water Filters from Detroit to Hawaii
  5. DOH to decide if BWS, Sierra Club can participate in Red Hill (pretend) contested case hearing
  6. ‘Green Fee’: Star-Adv Pushing Unconstitutional Entry Tax for Hawaii
  7. Legislative Maneuver Coming?  Proposed Sites For Oahu’s New Landfill Would Threaten Drinking Water, Officials Say
  8. Military Families Who Sued Over Kaneohe Soil Contamination Get Another Day In Court
  9. Honolulu tech officials on ‘extreme alert’ but say city’s computer networks are safe
  10. Special election ballot processing begins on Kaua‘i
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Tuesday, December 14, 2021
December 14, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:21 PM :: 1925 Views
  1. COVID: UH Faculty Win Six More Months of Telework
  2. HSTA: Union Contract Supersedes COVID Emergency Orders
  3. HSTA: Pandemic Relief Money Can Go Into Our Pockets
  4. Blangiardi Says ‘We Don’t Have Enough Money’ To Take Rail To Ala Moana
  5. BWS: Latest test results show no sign of contamination in public water system
  6. Former HPD chief admits she had no evidence of overtime abuse against former union leader
  7. Desperate to Save our Precious Incumbents, Protesters Attack Reapportionment Plan
  8. Honolulu Board of Water Supply, Emergency Medical Services, Queens Hospital report cyberattacks on employee data
  9. Tulsi Gabbard Fame Seeker
  10. More Homeless Mayhem in Chinatown
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Monday, December 13, 2021
December 13, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:07 PM :: 1555 Views
  1. Former University of Guam Professor Sentenced in Bid-Rigging Scheme
  2. Navy gives inside look of cleanup efforts at Red Hill Shaft
  3. Why So Many Hawaii Families Are Opting Out Of The Public School System
  4. Honolulu police, FBI investigate cyberattack as TheBus, Handi-Van sites inaccessible
  5. Independent Audit Alleges $2M Discrepancy In Hanauma Bay Funds
  6. The Spigot Of Federal Broadband Funding Is About To Open For Hawaii
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Sunday, December 12, 2021
December 12, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:18 PM :: 1426 Views
  1. Red Hill: BWS Bargaining Position
  2. TMT Top Project in Decadal Survey
  3. Spying and Taxes: Proposal to charge environmental fee to come to Hawaii
  4. DHHL Will Build 300-400 Homes Per Year
  5. Anxiety And Depression: Youth Mental Health Got Worse During The Pandemic
  6. Republican Party current leading faction increasingly embracing its Nazi fringe
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Saturday, December 11, 2021
December 11, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:50 PM :: 3040 Views
  1. Defendant in Miske racketeering case seeking release to Custody of former Miske Employee
  2. Ala Wai Boondoggle Would Have Been Useless Against This Week’s Flooding
  3. Rail Plan: Start Building from Ala Moana Mall
  4. Anti-Vaxxers Fall Waaaay Short on Maui Mayor Recall Petition
  5. Navy says fuel contamination at Red Hill Shaft from Nov 20 spill with no indications of long term problem     
  6. BWS: Halawa shaft could be shut down for years, even permanently, amid water contamination crisis
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Friday, December 10, 2021
December 10, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:19 PM :: 1841 Views
  1. How Does Hawaii’s DOE Deal With Child Molesting Teachers?
  2. Congress wants Hawaii missile defense radar up and running by end of 2028
  3. Boom in Housing Prices Helps Hawaii More Than Any Other State
  4. Contaminated Water Complaints Spread to Pearl City 
  5. Navy Challenges DoH Water Test Results
  6. In wake of well shutdowns, BWS asks residents to use water wisely to avoid restrictions
  7. GPS data now evidence against HPD officers accused of chasing car, fleeing crash scene
  8. Juvenile Mental Health Patients Quadruple
  9. New Hawaii County Council maps set for public hearings
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Thursday, December 9, 2021
December 9, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:42 PM :: 1387 Views
  1. Greenhouse Gas Loopholes Will Save Humanity
  2. Usual Anti-Military Suspects Sense Opportunity
  3. Honolulu rail new plan to repair gap between rail wheels and track
  4. Hawaii Co Council passes 3% TAT: New hotel tax makes up for state cuts
  5. How To Get The Honolulu Police Commission Moving On New Chief
  6. Tour companies lose permits for Saturday tours on Wailua River
  7. CSO one step closer to decommissioning
  8. Possible cyberattack takes down TheBus, Handi-Van servers
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Wednesday, December 8, 2021
December 8, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:08 PM :: 2530 Views
  1. Navy: State has no Authority over Red Hill Tanks
  2. Attack on Auditor Shows Belatti is a Lousy Lawyer
  3. HART Agrees To Install Equipment To Mitigate Electricity Issues
  4. Senate Confirms Connors To Serve As US Attorney For Hawaii
  5. Hele-On could become free
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Tuesday, December 7, 2021
December 7, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:34 PM :: 3495 Views
  1. Forgotten Honouliuli: Jack Burns, Police Spy
  2. Two More Omicron Cases Detected in Hawaii
  3. Hawaii’s Healthcare Shortage: Hawaii Island Residents Concerned
  4. Ethics: Officials Quietly form Non-Profit to Contract with their Department
  5. $1.275M UH Buyout Would be Record: University of Hawaii's football team is miserable. Players say the culprit is head coach Todd Graham.
  6. It Could Cost $10B and 30 years For The Navy To Move Red Hill Fuel
  7. Navy temporarily suspends Red Hill fuel tank operations (sort of)
  8. Ex-Maui police officer convicted of federal crimes arrested again in child sex sting
  9. Lawsuit Alleges Honolulu Police Shot, Killed Thief and Thug With No Justification
  10. Voter service center opens, ballots coming in for Kaua‘i special election
  11. The median price of a single-family home on Oahu jumps to $1,050,000 from $872,500
  12. More data on entities registered in international tax havens
  13. University of Hawaii's football team is miserable. Players say the culprit is head coach Todd Graham.
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Monday, December 6, 2021
December 6, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:29 PM :: 2043 Views
  1. Forgotten Honouliuli: Jack Burns, Police Spy
  2. ‘Catastrophic’ Red Hill Failure Could Lead to Development Moratorium
  3. Gov. Ige joins Hawaii’s congressional delegation in calling for immediate Red Hill fuel storage closure
  4. A crisis of care
  5. Veto Bill 135: Sunscreen policy calls for thoughtful patience, not fear
  6. The amount of heroin confiscated by police has increased nearly sevenfold since 2020
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Sunday, December 5, 2021
December 5, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:03 PM :: 1355 Views
  1. Five Ways To Make The Hawaii Legislature More Accountable
  2. Navy water sampling at Red Hill well showed petroleum contamination months ago
  3. Mayor Rick Blangiardi and Honolulu City Council dodge a rail reckoning with bogus math
  4. Meadow Gold seeks to expand processing plant
  5. Council considers legislative priorities: Lifeguards, fees, fines, Juneteenth top list
  6. ‘The Other Pearl Harbor’ of data and seizure reverberates in today’s surveillance capitalism
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Saturday, December 4, 2021
December 4, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:18 PM :: 1820 Views
  1. Hawaii Is No Paradise if You Need Medical Care
  2. Rail Bailout Comes at Expense of Other City Operations
  3. State Sen. Fevella asks Gov. David Ige to address Hawaii prison shortages
  4. Hawaii’s congressional delegation wants Gov. Ige to request a presidential emergency declaration over Red Hill
  5. BWS shuts down its Halawa shaft as a precaution following Navy water system contamination
  6. Lahaina Injection  Wells--What’s Next?
  7. Supreme Court Disallows Evidence of Kahala Beach Stabbing
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Friday, December 3, 2021
December 3, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:45 PM :: 1898 Views
  1. FAIL: State charges against Miske co-defendant tossed out by judge (again)
  2. The Search For The Next Honolulu Police Chief Follows Kealoha Model
  3. One of Higa’s Cronies out at Na Leo
  4. HNN sent water from the Navy’s lines to a private lab. Here’s what they found.
  5. Analysis Reveals How Much Covid Hurt Local Restaurants
  6. Why Hawaii Needs A 'Legacy Admissions Index' For Schools
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Thursday, December 2, 2021
December 2, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 2:11 PM :: 1579 Views
  1. Another Big Tax Hike to Fund Rail: Honolulu Council Approves 3% Hotel Tax For Oahu-and they already say it’s not enough
  2. Fearing Contamination, Honolulu Has Slowed Pumping At A Well Near Red Hill
  3. To Steal a House Seat for Themselves, Big Island Democrats Threaten Lawsuit to Exclude Military Dependents from Count
  4. Honolulu Police Commission to be subject of city audit
  5. Collusion and High Prices: Supreme Court to hear Paeahu Solar Case
  6. GoPros, Wheelbarrows And Foie Gras: CNMI Governor’s Spending Under Investigation
  7. Harsh Reality -- Carbon Taxes Promote Deforestation
  8. More Hawaii tourist hotspots will soon require reservations
  9. Tour operators suffer due to lack of workers
  10. Hawaii ranks in top six states for health care for racial and ethnic groups
  11. Honolulu Housing Authority Third Director in Two Months
  12. Police commission approves taxpayer-funded defense for officers who fatally shot teen
  13. In effort to reduce crime, police clear out homeless drug addicts’ encampment on Kauai
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Wednesday, December 1, 2021
December 1, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 2:45 PM :: 2084 Views
  1. SHOPO Contract Organizes Officers to Get Their Stories Together With Union Rep Before Filing Reports…and Much More
  2. PSD Corruption Undermines HOPE Probation Program
  3. Hawaii is the ‘most hostile health environment to practice in,’ physician says
  4. Hickam Water System Fuel Connected to Water Well Beneath Red Hill Tanks?
  5. Hawaii State Representative's DUI Trial Set for Next Week
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Tuesday, November 30, 2021
November 30, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 10:18 AM :: 1769 Views
  1. Convicted Cop In Kealoha Case Gets His Job Back In Arbitration--With Back Pay
  2. Blindspots in network of child protections probed in wake of Isabella Kalua murder
  3. Lehua and Isaac Kalua plead not guilty to murder, other charges in death of adopted daughter
  4. Hilo couple faces felony child abuse charges
  5. UPW Overtime Games Cause unsafe conditions:  Senator makes surprise prison inspection
  6. Legislative push-back could follow “gut and replace” ruling
  7. Hawaii officials advise all users of Navy’s water system to avoid using water for drinking, cooking, or oral hygiene
  8. After 18 months, Puuhonua o Waianae completes first house
  9. Hawaii County Cost of Government Commission to convene
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Monday, November 29, 2021
Letters to the Editor November, 2021
By Letters to the Editor @ 2:35 PM :: 2203 Views

Illegal Fireworks Profit ILWU Stevedores

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Monday, November 29, 2021
November 29, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 2:08 PM :: 1943 Views
  1. Major Stephen Gerona Oversaw HPD Inaction on Isabella Kalua Case --  Accused of Sex Harassment Against Male
  2. Political Corruption: What the Honolulu Council Isn’t Doing About it
  3. Ige Trick: DOE Grabs $10.3m in COVID Aid from Private Schools
  4. On politics and money
  5. Adoptive parents of Isabell 'Ariel' Kalua to appear in court Today
  6. Honolulu’s Vacation Rental Crackdown May Hurt The North Shore Surfing Scene
  7. Kauai County proposal would triple garbage collection fees to pay for More Fake Recycling
  8. Maui Plastic Ban Effective January 1
  9. Island of Retaliation: Kauai County’s insurance premiums rising 28%
  10. Lynn Finnegan should make it a point to recruit competent people as Republican Candidates
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