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Monday, September 30, 2019
September 30, 2019 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:30 PM :: 3096 Views
  1. Hawaii Population to Fall for Next 20 years?
  2. New Oahu Jail Project P3 or $525M Which will Legislators Choose?
  3. Council members question Caldwell’s Blaisdell plan
  4. Kailua woman openly defying new law against illegal vacation rentals
  5. 12 Spots Left--Free Tuition Hawaii Teacher Program
  6. Hu Honua Forest Incineration Controversy Enters 12th Year
  7. Bumfight on Alii Drive
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Sunday, September 29, 2019
September 29, 2019 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:48 PM :: 2153 Views
  1. On TMT issue, political solution Must Come from Legislature
  2. What do we do with inept and shady pols? Reelect them
  3. EV charger mandate bad for new housing
  4. OCCC guard, deputy sheriff will not be prosecuted in fatal shootings
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Saturday, September 28, 2019
September 28, 2019 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:44 PM :: 2307 Views
  1. Hedging Bets?  Mauna Kea Board Declines To Advance Hōkū Keʻa Telescope Decommissioning
  2. Power bills topping $1,000 draw ire of Military Families in Ewa Beach
  3. Maui Eco-Faction Still Trying to Claim they have Ended County’s Supreme Court Appeal
  4. Engineers propose changes to Ala Wai flood project
  5. Honolulu deputy prosecutor admits to shoving defense lawyer
  6. State charges dropped but federal charges pending against MPD officer  
  7. Oops, we did it again: Maui sends out false emergency phone call
  8. Snorkel Rentals Kill: Big Island Tour Companies Still Allow Deadly Full-Face Masks
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Friday, September 27, 2019
September 27, 2019 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 8:32 PM :: 2565 Views
  1. Caldwell approval ratings drops to all-time low – 31% to 59%
  2. Djou draws the most favorable numbers
  3. Majority of Oahu voters support new short-term rental laws
  4. Hefty Property Fine? Honolulu Will Happily Settle For 10%
  5. Hawaii DOE: Who Earns More Than You?
  6. Young Bros Seeks 34% Rate Hike
  7. Former Maui corrections officer accused of violent rampage at Honolulu airport
  8. Prosecutor Refuses to File Charges Against Maui Officer Accused of Sex Crimes
  9. Woman Accused of Embezzling KSBE Says She is Confused with Kealoha, but Can find Alison Wong
  10. Waimanalo Suit Filed: Enviros Say DOI, Hawaii Gov't Let Sports Complex Flout Regs
  11. After Arrests, Caldwell Tweets: 'We Are Not Building Sports Complex In Waimanalo'
  12. DFS Hawaii laying off 165 workers amid international visitor market declines
  13. 3.4lbs of Meth: Homeless Dude Offers to Accept Shelter if Released from Jail
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Thursday, September 26, 2019
September 26, 2019 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:44 PM :: 2686 Views
  1. Poll: Legislature Less Popular than Ige
  2. Neil deGrasse Tyson on TMT: What would ancient Polynesian navigators think?
  3. Police arrest 30 protesters Blocking Sherwood Forest construction site in Waimanalo
  4. Red Light Cameras: Big Tech Surveillance is Answered with More Big Tech Surveillance
  5. Co-defendant: Officer accused of forcing homeless man to lick urinal has done it before
  6. Public safety trainer a ‘no show’ at hearing to question her qualifications
  7. Hedge Fund Wants to Murder 160 Bats, 24 Petrels on Oahu
  8. Feeling Guilty About Your Private Jet?  Give Money to a Penny Stock Tout Listed in the Panama Papers
  9. HECO wants to modify greenhouse gas caps
  10. The future of Aloha Stadium: State extends public comment period
  11. DHHL successes few, far between
  12. Majority of voters say homelessness has gotten worse
  13. Crews left with 5 tons of garbage (and counting) after Diamond Head sweep
  14. Criminal Lunatic Indicted for Welfare Fraud
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Thursday, September 26, 2019
Letters to the Editor, September, 2019
By Letters to the Editor @ 12:09 AM :: 2969 Views
  • Telescope Protesters Chose Not to Appeal to US Supreme Court
  • Should We Designate a School Zone on Judd Street?
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Wednesday, September 25, 2019
September 25, 2019 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:46 PM :: 4501 Views
  1. 35% -- Ige’s job approval rating tanks amid TMT debacle
  2. Poll: Public support for TMT drops sharply
  3. FBI raid of city records tied to Kealoha case, lawyers say
  4. Council: Audit HPD, Prosecutor, and Ethics Comm  
  5. A New Indictment for Katherine Kealoha
  6. Ala Wai project needs better options
  7. How much of the Blaisdell’s redevelopment will taxpayers pay for? The city isn’t sure
  8. Money for Nothing: Honolulu Won’t Try To Recover Almost $100,000 It Overpaid Workers
  9. Rent high? Don't blame short term rentals said expert
  10. Electricity bills for some Navy housing residents in Hawaii to increase by 68%
  11. City Council considers resolution to reinstall barriers near Laniakea Beach  
  12. ‘Reef Insurance’ New Eco Scam will pay Enviros to go Scuba Diving Whenever they Hype ‘Coral Bleaching’
  13. Fortunately, Nobody Really Believes in Global Warming
  14. The end of Coal—Rate Hikes Coming
  15. Kapu aloha in 1974 practiced the real meaning
  16. Honolulu officer charged with failure to report in urinal licking case
  17. Family of stabbed Mililani woman say justice system failed to protect her
  18. Soft on Crime: 14 Time Loser Goes for Second Chance Gets Busted
  19. 50 Burglars Cleared from Drug Camps on Diamond  Head—no arrests
  20. Defense lawyer accuses deputy prosecutor of assault, Gets Attempted Murder Trial Delayed
  21. Cost of much-needed HFD equipment balloons—City Blames Trump tariffs
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Tuesday, September 24, 2019
September 24, 2019 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:38 PM :: 4270 Views
  1. Welfare Fraud: 23,000 Dropped From Hawaii’s Medicaid Coverage After Data Review
  2. 27 Years of Double-Pay Fraud At Prominent Honolulu Rehab
  3. FTA Won’t Confirm ‘High Praise’ For HART—Still Refuse to Release $744M
  4. Oahu vacation-rental law will Eliminate 80,000 tourists per month
  5. High-ranking DLNR officer stripped of police powers after crash reveals misconduct
  6. Clean Energy? $0.221 per KwH to Burn Trees
  7. A&B seeks 30-year water lease
  8. Wrong Address Costs Hawaii Doctor Medicare Billing Privileges
  9. Native Hawaiians join call for global indigenous representation in ocean research
  10. “Money for nothing” Hawaii companies invest in local carbon credit scheme
  11. New late night outreach will target Waikiki’s chronically homeless
  12. Soft on Crime: Man with 37 convictions faces attempted murder charge in Mililani stabbing of his girlfriend
  13. Attorney General won’t prosecute sheriff behind deadly state Capitol shooting
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Monday, September 23, 2019
September 23, 2019 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:09 PM :: 2565 Views
  1. Council Bungles Rail Cover-up Money—May Require Re-Vote
  2. ERS Underfunded by $13.4B
  3. Renewable Energy Definition Lies in the Eye of the Beholder
  4. Maui County: $270K to Clean up After Homeless on Market Street
  5. Snorkel Rentals Kill: Sisters save snorkeler at Hanauma Bay
  6. Snorkel Rentals Kill: Tour operators start ban on full-face snorkel masks
  7. Money the state budgeted for educational composting programs is given to an engineering company
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Sunday, September 22, 2019
September 22, 2019 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:57 PM :: 3151 Views
  1. Poll: Most Hawaii residents say state elected officials don’t care about them
  2. HART May Try to Slip ‘Lawyers’ into Next Year’s Rail Budget 
  3. With TMT stalled, time for a moratorium on Mauna Kea
  4. When it comes to gambling crackdowns, Hawaii is all in — with help from the feds
  5. DHHL lets delinquent lease swell to $242,000
  6. Plastic bags are bad, but good when mayor says so
  7. Keep up efforts on park security
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Saturday, September 21, 2019
September 21, 2019 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:23 PM :: 3353 Views
  1. Emails show turmoil in state Auditor’s Office during rail audit
  2. Navy Man Sentenced to 20 years to Cover up for DoE Child Molester
  3. Maui Council Approves Water Pollution Settlement But Mayor May Have Final Word
  4. Environmentalists Torch Borneo: Forest Fires Set by Biofuel Producers Cover SE Asia in thick Noxious Haze
  5. Alert-mistake prevention, quick error messages among neighbor island protocol
  6. First case under Kaulana's Law: Judge chooses not to impose harsher punishment in deadly hit and run
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Friday, September 20, 2019
September 20, 2019 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 9:16 PM :: 3433 Views
  1. AG Subpoenas OHA over ‘Support’ for Mauna Kea Protesters
  2. Only Three OHA trustees meet with protesters, offer support
  3. Hawaii Mayor Kim Tells OHA Trustees his plan includes building TMT, but that is a nonstarter for protesters
  4. King Kamehameha Opened Hawaii to astronomy
  5. Mayor: Injection well settlement could cost county $800 million
  6. HART Gets Its First New Board Chair In About Three Years
  7. Rail construction along Dillingham will snarl traffic, but the plan, and how long it will take, is still up-in-the-air
  8. P3 Trouble? Honolulu extends deadline for Blaisdell Center redevelopment P3 RFQ
  9. Pay Increase Approved For Hawaii School Officials
  10. Manahan’s Chief Of Staff Running For City Council Seat
  11. Sentencing for Kealohas delayed until Halloween
  12. Soft on Crime: Thugs ‘evict’ family from house, get probation—5 Years Later Family still can’t get back into house
  13. Climate Litigation at Hawai`i Supreme Court
  14. Heading for Supreme Court: Enviro Lawyers Attempt to Block Kauai Water Main Project
  15. Council Asked to Retroactively Approve Partial Privatization of Hawaii County’s Incompetent Bus System
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Thursday, September 19, 2019
September 19, 2019 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:49 PM :: 3439 Views
  1. After 40 Years DoE Finally Shuts Down Fake HS Diploma Program
  2. Railgate Tapes: New questions raised over dozens of costly change orders for the rail project
  3. Group sues to halt Ala Wai project
  4. Hawai`i Forest Incineration Project -- Regulatory Proceeding Advances
  5. DPP Bungling: City Slaps UH With $35 Million Sewer Bill After Failing To Charge Them For 7 Years—Many New Construction Sites Don’t Get Sewer Bill
  6. New law is aimed at streamlining building permit process
  7. DoT Exploits Sea Level Hysteria to Push Massive Tax Hike and Road building program
  8. Global Warmers Push Council “Climate Emergency Declaration”
  9. Mitsunaga PAC’s Inaccurate Reporting Leads To $15,000 Fine
  10. Katherine Kealoha gets first jail visit from husband Louis
  11. Big Island Prosecutor Won’t Handle TMT Arrests Because Of Son’s Job
  12. Another go-round on those Royal Patents
  13. Litterbugs are the problem, not plastic or foam items
  14. Hawaii’s ‘Death Care’ Industry Lacks Oversight
  15. Milo Yiannopoulos Honolulu Show Cancelled
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Wednesday, September 18, 2019
September 18, 2019 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 8:47 PM :: 2577 Views
  1. Rail:  Honolulu Will Pay For ‘Confidential’ Criminal Defense Work For Years
  2. Telescope Protesters: Know Them by What They Deny
  3. Economist: Stop using Traffic as an Excuse to Block Affordable Housing
  4. Honolulu’s Poorly Timed Traffic Signals Aren’t Very Smart
  5. Small public schools risk closure if minimum headcount is adopted
  6. Will Health Codes be Sacrificed for Anti-Plastic Hysteria
  7. Running for Congress, Telescope Protester Kahele Panders to Upcountry Maui on Water Supply
  8. Prosecutors Won’t Charge Guard in Fatal OCCC Shooting
  9. Assisted Suicide: Politically Connected ‘Death Doula’ Got House for $10 
  10. Moiliili Homeless Stay on the Streets Because Do-Gooder Idiots Keep Feeding them and Giving Them Money
  11. Want to Stay in the USA?  No More Welfare
  12. Golojuch Upset by Lack of Hate Crimes
  13. Snorkel Rentals: 3 suffer apparent shark bites while snorkeling off Haleiwa
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Tuesday, September 17, 2019
September 17, 2019 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:27 PM :: 2825 Views
  1. Police Track Down Source of Anti-Telescope Shooting Threat—in Arizona—Speaker Saiki Calls for Prosecution
  2. Louis and Katherine Kealoha offered plea deals from federal prosecutors
  3. Judge allows former death row inmate to represent himself again
  4. Hawaii County Prosecutor ‘Alarmed’ After Investigation into claims of retaliation in DLNR’s boating division comes up empty
  5. Sister Isle Counties: Who is Making More than You?
  6. Why Is the Cost of Living in Hawaii So High?
  7. Shortage of doctors could be disastrous
  8. Civil Beat Blunders Big Time on Energy Story
  9. Bill 25: Solar Scammers want to Outlaw Cheap, Clean Natural Gas On Demand water heaters So They can Take More of Your Money
  10. Cost for monthly housing in Honolulu not hurt by illegal vacation rentals, study finds
  11. Impact of Oahu’s Vacation Rental Crackdown
  12. Hawaii State Hospital: Bureaucrats Rotate After Lunatic Escapes to California
  13. Soft on Crime: Alleged Homeless Shooter has long criminal record
  14. Snorkeler using full-face mask in critical condition
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Monday, September 16, 2019
September 16, 2019 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:33 PM :: 3252 Views
  1. Unity House: After 70 Years, Corruption Comes to an End
  2. Kaneshiro, Kealoha fake investigation of Board of Water Supply aimed at Distracting Ethics Commission
  3. Protesters Latest Wheeze: Fake TMT Twitter Account
  4. Lahaina Injection Wells: Enviros to Continue Circus Before Maui Co Council
  5. UPW on the Job: Adult corrections officers work hard under intense pressure
  6. HGEA on the Job: Backlog for Hawaii property title certificates now 6 years
  7. HGEA on the Job: Tech fix to Hawaii County’s ‘Beleaguered’ Permitting System?
  8. Climate Lawsuits Increasing Globally & Locally
  9. Former cop makes plea deal in domestic abuse case
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Sunday, September 15, 2019
September 15, 2019 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 8:41 PM :: 3646 Views
  1. Rail: With Construction Costs Limited, P3 Will Soak Taxpayers on Operating Costs
  2. Loyal? University of Hawaii regent declares support for TMT protesters
  3. Market changes, doctors struggle in Hawaii
  4. 2020 election will bring all-mail voting
  5. DLNR Officer Cited for No Driver's License -- Twice
  6. City tells DOT it has no plans for Laniakea park, urges barriers be put back
  7. City considers buying long-derelict building for affordable housing
  8. Vandalism Repair Costs Drop as Security Guards Drive Homeless Drug Addicts out of Parks
  9. Court Orders Sovereignty Activists to Dismantle Hilo Homeless Tent City
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Saturday, September 14, 2019
September 14, 2019 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 7:07 PM :: 4291 Views
  1. FBI Hunting Telescope Protester After Threat to Shoot up Hawaii State Capitol
  2. Telescope Protesters Threaten Kidnapping
  3. A Peek into the Life of an Anti-Telescope Protester
  4. Judge Orders New Civil Trial For Puanas Against Katherine Kealoha  
  5. Hawaii has highest percentage of middle school vapers in the nation
  6. Gender-neutral option coming to Hawaii IDs
  7. Nonprofit to end critical case management for mentally ill
  8. Kahului Homeless Camp: After Two Deaths in 12 hrs, Only Two Homeless Accept Shelter
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Friday, September 13, 2019
September 13, 2019 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:24 PM :: 4084 Views
  1. Telescope Protesters Put $5,000 Bounty on Police Officer
  2. Soft on Crime: Convicted Killer Barricades himself, Shoots it out with Police Every Time he is Released from Prison
  3. Gun law questions raised after four shootings in five days
  4. Delays prompt judge to dismiss charge against accused killer
  5. Religious freedom and Mauna Kea
  6. Maui Windfarm Allowed to Kill 140 Bats  
  7. Honolulu City Council: Who’s Raking in the Big Bucks?
  8. Sweeps: 8 bums forced into shelter–in jail
  9. Experts tell lawmakers: Localize Hawaii’s CBD industry to safeguard consumers
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Thursday, September 12, 2019
September 12, 2019 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:50 PM :: 4075 Views
  1. High profile attorney threatens to sue over ‘vicious’ TMT rumors
  2. Star-Adv: Settlement Must Allow TMT to Proceed
  3. Protesters plan to gather outside telescope backer’s home
  4. Kahuku: New bid to stop development of a third wind farm on Oahu’s North Shore
  5. City: Anti-TVR Efforts Wipe out 1/3 of Vacation Rentals
  6. New conviction-eviction law for public housing?
  7. Just Like Rail: New Aloha Stadium may be ready in 2023, firm says, trying not to laugh
  8. Top Hawaii Sheriff Officials Lacked Basic Training For Decades
  9. Physician left Hawaii to find welcoming workplace in Fresno
  10. UH Enrollment Drops 3 Percent
  11. Multiple Warrants Criminal Arrested: Family May Cash in
  12. 100 Homeless People Get Free Stuff---Only 13 Accept Shelter
  13. Homeless Bumfight: He Tried to Throw Me off Cliff
  14. Homeless Bumfight #2: Maui Bum Shoots other Maui Bum, then Gets beaten by Gang of Bums
  15. Comedian Augie T. Eyes Honolulu City Council Run
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Wednesday, September 11, 2019
September 11, 2019 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:54 PM :: 2798 Views
  1. Kim Proposes Giving Native Hawaiians A Say In Managing Mauna Kea
  2. Does the governor have a conflict because of TMT security contract?
  3. North Shore Wind Farm: Residents say ‘no more’
  4. High Costs Make Hawaii’s Poverty Rate Higher Than U.S. Average
  5. ‘Affordable in perpetuity’ chokes Maui housing supply
  6. Some vacation rental owners bow out before Sept. 30 permit application deadline
  7. Lyft & Uber Not Regulated by Public Utilities Commission
  8. Hawaii Students Feel Safer At School, But Not Everywhere
  9. Junkies to be Legal Pot Buyers?
  10. New cash smuggling and Sex Assault allegations raised against Filipino mega-church officials
  11. Gabbard Says She Does Not Support Open Borders and Even Backs Some Physical Barriers
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Tuesday, September 10, 2019
September 10, 2019 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 7:04 PM :: 3309 Views
  1. Harry Kim Mauna Kea Proposal to be Presented this Week
  2. Protesters Spend all Week Hyping Police raid that Never Came—Kahele Blames State
  3. A Peek into the Life of a Shoeless Protester
  4. If TMT goes, billions of research dollars could go with it
  5. Caldwell: Just Like Jeremy Harris,  ‘I’m seriously looking at running for governor’
  6. Council to put ‘pension spiking’ on Legislative Agenda?
  7. HMSA Payment Transformation Chasing Doctors out of Hawaii
  8. PUC Denies Gill Family Waianae Wind Farm Exemption from Competitive Bidding
  9. MECO Rate Hike to Pay for Just Four EV Chargers
  10. Will Hawaii Electric Customers Ever Save Money With Renewable Energy?
  11. State Fills One Of Its HART Board Vacancies, Two More Seats Remain Open
  12. As tensions over TMT run high, plan to build small observatory in Lanai faces scrutiny
  13. Honolulu Most Livable City in USA
  14. Bumfight at Kalihi Homeless Camp: One Dead
  15. Gabbard Needs to Decide on Run for Congress
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Monday, September 9, 2019
September 9, 2019 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:46 PM :: 4876 Views
  1. Debunking the Latest Anti-Telescope Conspiracy Theory
  2. I Am One Hawaiian -- Those blockading the highway on Mauna Kea do not speak for me.
  3. Report shows 3 preliminary concepts for new Aloha Stadium Boondoggle
  4. New law requires Hawaii’s private schools to be licensed or accredited
  5. Dr Feeeel-Gooood: Insulin Price Cap on Legislative Agenda
  6. Hawaii’s 129 Judges Are The Top Paid Judiciary Employees
  7. Why Is Tulsi Gabbard Paying This Obscure Consultant Big Bucks?
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Sunday, September 8, 2019
September 8, 2019 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 7:17 PM :: 2629 Views
  1. City Pays Outside Lawyers to Keep Employees From Informing on Higher-ups
  2. How Rail Can Squirm Past Federal Spending Limits
  3. DHHL, city land swap for rail stirs questions
  4. Caldwell Plan for Dillingham?  Let the next Mayor Figure it out
  5. $4M Plus Spent to Police Anti-Telescope Protests
  6. Kim: No Police Action Set for Mauna Kea Monday
  7. Disabled Exploited: Internships offer subminimum wages
  8. Abandoned Vehicles Cost Kauai $2,000 each
  9. Privatization More Efficient for Hawaii County Hele On Bus System
  10. Hilarious: State Bureaucracy so Dense it Even Makes Marijuana Dispensaries Unprofitable
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Saturday, September 7, 2019
September 7, 2019 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:29 PM :: 4162 Views
  1. Kouchi Names Broken Trust Figure to Prison Oversight Committee
  2. Third guilty plea in IBEW union case
  3. Attorney: Honolulu taxpayers could pay millions more if city doesn’t settle lawsuit over Kealoha wrongdoing
  4. Honolulu rail agency to move from current office space next year
  5. Ex-HUD worker, who used alias ‘Debbie Kim,’ found guilty of fraud and ID theft
  6. Soft on Crime: What does it take for a Rapist to Actually Do Some Jail Time?
  7. DHHL: Illegal structures removed in Anahola
  8. Sunday ‘Mauna Convoy’ across Oahu
  9. WOTUS: Maui Council Committee Recommends Capitulate to EarthJustice
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Friday, September 6, 2019
September 6, 2019 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 7:54 PM :: 2918 Views
  1. Maunakea Observatories support vehicles vandalized
  2. Helicopter Company Fined $10K/Day for ...uh... Unpermitted Structures ... Near Anti-Telescope Activists’ Hanapēpē Salt Ponds
  3. Financial Times: Rain in Hawaii and Brooklyn
  4. UH Will Ask The Legislature For $236M To Build, Demolish And Consolidate
  5. Schizo Homeless Running Amok on Kauai
  6. Long-time Hawaii law enforcement officer arrested at airport in theft case
  7. Star-Adv Runs Larry Mehau Fluff-Piece
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Thursday, September 5, 2019
September 5, 2019 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 9:48 PM :: 3804 Views
  1. Recovery Plan Approved: Caps P3 Costs for Rail Beyond Middle Street—Feds Still Refuse to Release Money
  2. Despite federal conviction, rail spokesman to stay on the job
  3. Council Votes to Use Taxpayer Dollars to Fight Disclosure of Records, Emails Seized by Feds in Raids on Fasi Building   
  4. Kealoha Cases Are Racking Up ‘Endless’ Taxpayer Legal Bills
  5. Keith Kaneshiro not running for re-election amid federal probe, his attorney says
  6. Rare Display of Bravery: “I will not be Anonymous”
  7. Maui jail guards met with ‘Hurt Feelings’ form for ‘whiners’
  8. Another Lawsuit Filed over short-term rentals
  9. Maui Council Votes to Boost TVR Fines to $10K/Day
  10. Council advances wide-ranging plastics ban
  11. Eco-Circus: Councilors hear injection well testimony into the night
  12. Enviros Deploy to New Front in War to Grab Control of WESPAC
  13. Fixing the Backlog of Native Hawaiians Waiting for Homesteads
  14. Study: Hawaii has the 23rd highest rate of burglary in the nation
  15. Ed Case: China Keeps Me Up at Night
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Wednesday, September 4, 2019
September 4, 2019 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 11:36 AM :: 3286 Views
  1. Prosecutor’s Race: Megan Kau vs Steven Alm vs RJ Brown?
  2. HART Spokesperson and Former TV sports anchor Russell Yamanoha pleads guilty to conspiracy—Keeps Rail PR Gig
  3. Because Police Were not Allowed to Act, Hawaii County has now spent more than $3.6 million on TMT-related expenses
  4. Looming Recession Expected To Take A Bite Out Of State Revenues
  5. Homeless Advocates Test Hawaii’s New Forced-Treatment Law
  6. Firefighter Injured Fighting Multi-Alarm Blaze at Homeless Squat
  7. Bill 40 Plastic Ban on Honolulu Council Agenda
  8. TVR Ban: 18 Notices Issued, no Fines Yet
  9. Oahu, Big Island: New Building Code Drives up Housing Costs
  10. Jones Act: Pro and Con
  11. Hawaii Contractors Face New Costs and Restrictions on State and City Bid Protests
  12. New White House rules would drop Families Making $59,000/yr from food stamp program
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Tuesday, September 3, 2019
September 3, 2019 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 7:04 PM :: 4406 Views
  1. Ken Lawson’s Gift Keeps on Giving: Former death row inmate arrested in Waikiki robbery
  2. False police report at center of new retaliation allegations against prosecutor’s office
  3. Effort To Impeach Honolulu Prosecutor Continues
  4. With Dwindling Numbers, Telescope Protesters Try to Whip up ‘Excessive Force’ Hysteria
  5. Stalled in Hawaii, giant telescope faces roadblocks at its backup site in the Canary Islands
  6. Bill 25: Make Housing Less Affordable by Outlawing Natural Gas On Demand Water Heaters
  7. HECO to Sell Emission Permits After Closing Coal Plant
  8. State Makes Excuses for Leaving Airplane Emissions out of Global Warming Calculations
  9. Isles have second-longest wait time for transplants, national study finds
  10. Will Council Charge Biki for use of City Land?
  11. Plans for the expansion of a construction debris landfill riles some Nanakuli residents
  12. New Prison Oversight Commission Is Off To A Slow Start
  13. Doped up Sovereignty Activist Fights with Police, Loses
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Monday, September 2, 2019
September 2, 2019 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 10:04 PM :: 3311 Views
  1. Reopeners: Will State, Counties Boost Lowest Public Employees Pay to $15/hr?
  2. DHHL Loans--Bumpy Kanahele pushing $400M Grift: AG Debunks Latest Round of Phony Political Hype
  3. Espero: Child Molester probation sentence a travesty of justice
  4. Concerned parents say HPV vaccine shouldn't be mandatory for school immunization
  5. Water panel OKs permit to remove some EMI diversions
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Sunday, September 1, 2019
September 1, 2019 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:28 PM :: 3123 Views
  1. Maunakea Protesters Down to Skeleton Crew during week
  2. Arrests, clearing road is all it takes to move TMT project forward—But Some Want ‘Settlement’ Instead
  3. Their Model for Hawaii’s Future: Why Molokai Is the Least Developed of Hawai’i’s Islands
  4. Big Island schools working on bringing more AC units into classrooms
  5. Public hearing set for water power cost charge increase
  6. Hau Bush: Shelter-Refusing Addicts Pimp Teenage Girls for Drug Money
  7. Ideological Control: Anti-GMO Activist determines Who Gets to Farm on Mahi Pono Land
  8. Congress? Gabbard Refuses to Rule out Run for Reelection
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Pritchett Cartoons

Pro-GMO Hawaii

Rental by Owner Awareness Assn

Research Institute for Hawaii USA

Rick Hamada Show

RJ Rummel

School Choice in Hawaii

Talking Tax

Tax Foundation of Hawaii

The Real Hanabusa

Time Out Honolulu

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West Maui Taxpayers Association

What Natalie Thinks

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