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Sunday, December 5, 2021
December 5, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:03 PM :: 1653 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 :: 2173 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 :: 2264 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 :: 1973 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 :: 2462 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 :: 2100 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 :: 2592 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 :: 2345 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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Sunday, November 28, 2021
November 28, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 11:13 AM :: 2436 Views
  1. Halawa, Kalihi Affordable Housing Slow-Walked to keep prices high 
  2. Science should honor the answer: ‘No’ -- Unless They Pay $50M Rent
  3. Rail Witch’s Brew
  4. Ambulance charges may increase on Oahu as city seeks money
  5. Hawaii’s first tiny home project for the homeless ready for residents
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Saturday, November 27, 2021
November 27, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:13 PM :: 1891 Views
  1. Cronyism 101:  New PRP program offers training in politics, and profitable nonprofit advocacy
  2. Navy Leak Not Related to Red Hill
  3. Maui: Applications to be available next week for ‘aina kupuna’ tax relief
  4. Kauai County Green Police ask public to report eateries not complying with foam ban
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Friday, November 26, 2021
November 26, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:08 PM :: 4549 Views
  1. Adoptive parents of Isabella Kalua were under financial stress before child’s death
  2. Hawaii deputy sheriff uncovers cocaine scheme
  3. Deadly, costly crashes lead HPD to consider pursuit policy changes
  4. Maui Charter Commission Proposals to go on Ballot
  5. Proposed airport hotel on Maui awaiting word on moratorium
  6. Lawsuit challenges Meadow Gold’s ‘Made With Aloha’ claims
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Thursday, November 25, 2021
November 25, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:09 PM :: 1808 Views
  1. HART’s Cheerier Budget Possibilities Invented by Mainland PR Firm
  2. Schatz:  $500 million in rail funds still available to throw on bonfire
  3. 10% of State Depends on Food Banks
  4. State correctional centers COVID clear
  5. More Homeless violent crimes play out in Waikiki after Criminals Released for COVID
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Wednesday, November 24, 2021
November 24, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:57 PM :: 2293 Views
  1. ‘A clear red flag’: Records show adoptive parents previously investigated for suspected abuse
  2. Ige pushes back against efforts to limit his emergency powers
  3. Remove age bias in triage allocation plan
  4. 50 Years Later, Hawaii’s Law Requiring Professional Licenses Could Be In For An Overhaul
  5. Hawaii County Water Board pushing another massive rate hike
  6. Maui County Mulls An Agreement Between Police And US Immigration Agency
  7. Maui Antivaxxers will have 20 days to add more signatures 
  8. Hawaii Should Abolish the Bar Exam so Even The Dumbest Grads from UH Richardson can become Shysters
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Tuesday, November 23, 2021
November 23, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:27 PM :: 2407 Views
  1. Abuse reported years before Isabella Kalua’s death 
  2. Blangiardi announces lifting capacity requirements for all large events
  3. The Prosecution Of Police Misconduct Cases Essentially Stopped During The Pandemic
  4. Kaua‘i special election ballots Arriving in Mailboxes Now
  5. Maui residents getting a say in how the county reforms its police department
  6. ‘Certificate of Need’ Blocks Cancer Center from Lahaina (Again)
  7. Maui dermatologist pushes back against new proposed sunscreen ban
  8. Key areas of Hawaii Kai would be drawn out of district under new election maps plan
  9. Odor from Red Hill fuel release sparks 911 calls
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Monday, November 22, 2021
November 22, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:44 PM :: 1898 Views
  1. 36,000 travelers flew to Hawaii on Nov. 20; highest number since July
  2. Hawaii residents still back pandemic rules, poll finds
  3. Blocking Agriculture: Hawaii’s regulations made it “probably the hardest in the country”
  4. Navy says 14,000 gallons of fuel and water have spilled from Red Hill
  5. Man locked up in Hawaii State Hospital because of mistaken identity files federal lawsuit
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Sunday, November 21, 2021
November 21, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:59 PM :: 3201 Views
  1. Tax Workers’ “Get Out of Jail Free” Card
  2. City and County of Honolulu to ring in holiday season Dec. 4
  3. After Decade, City, State Finally Eliminate Turtle Beach Traffic Jam
  4. Hawaii Republicans Elect New Chair
  5. Hawaii Congressional Delegation How They Voted November 20, 2021
  6. Harbors Division Accepts Preservationist Bid to Return Falls of Clyde to Scotland
  7. Isabella Kalua Coverup Debunked:  HGEA Refusal to Work Meant CWS Virtual Home Visits Only Since March 2020
  8. Latest Honolulu rail numbers are a new twist on an old shell game
  9. Spying on You: HTA Wants Control of Safe Travels Database
  10. Judicial Backlog Easing Now That Jury Trials are Resumed
  11. Solar Farm: $1.37M Bribe Makes NIMBYs Go Away
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Saturday, November 20, 2021
November 20, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:33 PM :: 2733 Views
  1. Media bamboozled by more of the rail “smoke and mirrors” treatment
  2. Public financing for replacing Aloha Stadium not set yet--Legislators may Approve even More Money
  3. DoE Burning $400M--Massive COVID relief money accomplishes absolutely nothing
  4. AntiVaxxers Needed 22,000 Signatures to Recall Maui Mayor--Only Got 3,000 
  5. UH Marine Biologists Push Back Against Sunscreen Fear Campaign
  6. Man accused of sexually assaulting minors while on release in 2018 murder case
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Friday, November 19, 2021
November 19, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:44 PM :: 2967 Views
  1. As With Other CWS Disasters, Latest pair of Child Killers Will Likely get Reduced Sentence
  2. Miske Co-Defendant Ready to Walk Away Laughing After 5 Years of Court Delays
  3. Most Hawaii elementary and middle schoolers are at least one grade level behind, testing shows
  4. Spin and No promises: Rail is Hanabusa’s Clown Car
  5. Hawaii County Council Approves 3% TAT Hike
  6. Dirtier than Coal: PUC RFP Opens Door to Wood pellet Burning at AES
  7. Incoming Maui deputy chief avoided past domestic violence charges
  8. Once Again, the ACLU Whines About Saving the Huge Mounds of Garbage Accumulated by Drug Addicted Vagrants
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Thursday, November 18, 2021
November 18, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:39 PM :: 2186 Views
  1. Rail Wheel Replacement will Keep Line Shut Down Until at Least August, 2022, to hide lack of ridership
  2. Council Approve 3% TAT Hike--Half to pay for Rail ‘In Perpetuity’
  3. Bill 41: Could Wipe out Thousands of Oahu Vacation Rentals
  4. Reasons behind Honolulu's building permit backlog
  5. Grand jury indicts adoptive parents for ‘heinous’ murder of 6-year-old Isabella ‘Ariel’ Kalua
  6. Honolulu Fire Commission Restarts Search For Department Chief
  7. New Maui chief picks deputy from Las Vegas
  8. HPD Says It Will Take A Fresh Look At Its Vehicle Pursuit Policy
  9. No opioid epidemic talk at Honolulu ex-prosecutor’s brother’s trial
  10. Pentagon again struggles to produce ‘clean’ audit of sprawling operations
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Wednesday, November 17, 2021
November 17, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:21 PM :: 2053 Views
  1. $40M Police COVID Ticket Overtime Sets New Record--Leaves Taxpayers On The Hook For Jacked Up Pensions
  2. Agency charged with protecting at-risk keiki grappling with funding issues, staff shortages
  3. Affordable Housing Latest Excuse for Slush Fund
  4. Demolition of Aloha Stadium not happening until 2023 at earliest
  5. HART Finds Excuses to Keep Rail Shut Down until July-2022--Build Back Bidener will Make Rail Even More Expensive
  6. Lies: As Council Votes on TAT Hike for Rail -- Hanabusa Claims Oahu’s rail deficit could be cut in half
  7. O’ahu 600 MW Floating Wind Turbine Study Released--Waikiki Remains Prime Target for Development
  8. Come January, Hawaii residents will be allowed to carry Tasers in public
  9. Kitty Simonds is an effective advocate for the commercial fishing fleet--That’s Why the Enviros are Attacking Her
  10. Tiny Homes for Homeless Cost $116K Per Unit
  11. Waimanalo Bumfight: One Dead, One Arrested
  12. Hawaii To Update Unemployment Application After Federal Investigation
  13. Hawaii County Council to consider ban on pesticide at Some County Facilities
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Tuesday, November 16, 2021
November 16, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:25 PM :: 2712 Views
  1. Council Bill 39 -- $185M Tax Giveaway to Solar Schemers   
  2. What Salary Records Tell Us About Who ‘Earns’ The Big Bucks In The DOE
  3. Certificate of need stands in way of West Maui hospital
  4. How Rail Will Get Millions from Build Back Better
  5. Biological family of Isabella 'Ariel' Kalua considering legal action against state
  6. Christopher Deedy Won’t Face Third Trial For 2011 Shooting
  7. Hawaii’s pandemic travel rules could remain into next year
  8. Spying on You: Did they change the rules for Saturday’s University of Hawaii football game?
  9. At least 10,000 keiki have received the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
  10. Hawaii County council districts slowly taking shape
  11. Hawaii ranks last for finding lung cancer early
  12. $6 for a gallon of gas: Hawaii’s most rural islands paying more for basic goods
  13. Enviros Smell Opportunity After ‘Damning’ Audit Of Pacific Fisheries Fund
  14. ‘Cash Grab or Moneymaker’ -- Second Charter School in violation of charter contract
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Monday, November 15, 2021
November 15, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:48 PM :: 2019 Views
  1. Stabbings, Kidnapping and Feces: Homeless Drug Addicts Trash State Libraries
  2. Fewer visitors to Oahu in 2020 did not cause significant drop in electricity, water and sewer consumption
  3. Pushing Family Windfarm, Gary Gill Returns To Politics In Bid For State House
  4. US Lawmakers Warn The Clock Is Ticking On COFA Negotiations
  5. ‘Our keiki deserve it’: Calls grow for tougher sentencing in child murder cases
  6. Condominium owners face steep costs to comply with fire safety measures
  7. Hawaii Is Getting Even More Expensive. We Need To Do Something About That
  8. UH students protest outside TKE house after alleged drugging incidents
  9. Attorney: My Lawsuit cured COVID in Hawaii prisons 
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Sunday, November 14, 2021
November 14, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:12 PM :: 2140 Views
  1. NOT the End of Gut-n-Replace
  2. Most Charitable States -- Hawaii 41st
  3. Secret Boondoggle Revealed to Public After 7 Years of Planning: ‘$100s of Millions’ for Mililani Tech Center with Hotel, Retail
  4. This Deputy Sheriff Was Twice Accused Of Sex Assault And Fired. Then He Got His Job Back
  5. Politicians So Unqualified they don’t even measure up to the Lt Gov ‘job’
  6. Union Election: UPW Tries to Find Leaders Crafty Enough to Avoid Being Indicted for a while
  7. Radio telescopes could be built on Big Island
  8. Civil Beat: It’s Washboard Journalism, Not Plagiarism
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Saturday, November 13, 2021
November 13, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:58 PM :: 3477 Views
  1. DOH: 93% of people who died from COVID in Hawaii this year were unvaccinated
  2. 'Hawaii’s public agencies are not little politburos' -- Don’t gag public servants
  3. Honolulu police sergeant arrested for sex assault
  4. Federal Jury Awards $7M To Woman Assaulted In Court Cellblock In Hawaii
  5. Shooting Review Board Says Officers Were Justified In Killing Honolulu Man After Chase
  6. ‘Man’ Beat Rap on Shooting Last Girlfriend, now charged with assault, kidnapping of new girlfriend
  7. Plan to reapportion electoral districts up for review
  8. Capacity limits lifted, though change ‘not much help’ to some
  9. State’s largest solar-battery project gets green light
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Friday, November 12, 2021
November 12, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:11 PM :: 1973 Views
  1. HGEA, UPW Prison Rape Cover up: Whistleblower Alleges Prison Officials Lied to Feds
  2. The latest on the federal probe into ex-city prosecutor
  3. FBI agents begin digging up Waimanalo yard in search for the remains of missing girl
  4. Support for County TAT Hike Drops Sharply When People Find out it will be wasted on Rail
  5. DOH warns lack of proper vaccine reporting can harm state’s supply of doses
  6. Kaiser Contract Negotiations Stall, Setting The Stage For A Strike
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Thursday, November 11, 2021
November 11, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:44 PM :: 1766 Views
  1. Former Kauai County Council member will serve at least 15 years in drug trafficking case
  2. Josh Green Raises Money On Mainland For Hawaii Governor’s Race
  3. Can Hawaii Complete an Energy Revolution by 2030?
  4. DoTax Sues Oil Refiner for $10s of Millions in back Taxes
  5. Department of Education finds no bias in how girl’s arrest was handled
  6. Short-term rental bill advances despite ‘confusion’
  7. Rapist Beats Conviction Thanks to Hawaii Supreme Court
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Wednesday, November 10, 2021
November 10, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:45 PM :: 1923 Views
  1. VIDEO: Police Deploy Flash-Bangs, Arrest Isabella Kalua’s adoptive parents
  2. Kauai Councilmember Helped Recovering Addict Get Started on Meth Again
  3. In Hawaii, Punishment For Bad Cops Often Doesn’t Stick. and they get 100K Payouts When Rehired
  4. ‘Gut and replace’ not Fully Gutted by Supreme Court Ruling
  5. Another Solar Project Runs into Supply Chain Problems
  6. HART Finds Excuses to Keep Rail Shut Down until Mid-2022
  7. The latest attempt to rein in unregulated vacation rental units could put Waikiki residential units at risk.
  8. Whistleblower Says The Navy Gave False Testimony About Red Hill Fuel Facility
  9. Proposed Updates To Federal Fishing Law Target Wespac
  10. Kauai Styrofoam Ban Takes Effect January 1
  11. Ed Case pressured to Help Biden Burn US Treasury to Ground (again)
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Tuesday, November 9, 2021
November 9, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:52 PM :: 3806 Views
  1. Alleged Miske Gangster About to Walk Away Laughing (again)
  2. Djou: Lessons For Democrats, Republicans And Hawaii From The Mainland Election
  3. How Rail Got to $12.45 Billion and 11 Years Late
  4. With restrictions eased, experts say Hawaii could soon see ‘wave’ of international travelers
  5. DOH: No current plans to mandate COVID-19 vaccine in Hawaii public schools
  6. Union: Lack of security to blame for worrisome rise in assaults on Queen’s nurses
  7. Crash involving off-duty Hawaii Island police officer under investigation
  8. 8 Felonies in 12 Years--Surprise: He Does it Again!
  9. Never-Ending Pork for Solar and Wind Developers: Hawaii governor urges bolder climate action: Net zero is 'not good enough'
  10. Ala Wai pork project back on the table
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Monday, November 8, 2021
November 8, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:27 PM :: 1990 Views
  1. Whistle-blower complaint: Higa Admits Guilt but Cronies Still Running Na Leo
  2. Proposed Hawaii Tourism Authority board rule criticized as ‘gag order’
  3. Details of 2019 Maui jail riot that caused $5.3 million in damage still being withheld
  4. The End Of Gut-And-Replace Won't Be Enough To Stop The Legislative Sausage
  5. What we’re doing is we’re increasing the cost of homes through ‘climate adaptation’
  6. Housing Price ‘Solution’?  Nope. Just Another Tax Increase
  7. City council considering bill to crackdown on short-term rentals in Honolulu
  8. Flacking for Wind Developers, Feds Propose to Downlist Hawaiian Hoary Bats 
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Sunday, November 7, 2021
November 7, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:06 PM :: 3063 Views
  1. Build Back Porkier: Rail, Ala Wai Flood, and More
  2. How Long Can Gov. Ige Keep Invoking His Emergency Powers?
  3. Prosecutors reviewing 7 shootings by Honolulu police officers
  4. Honolulu Police Department’s defensiveness threatens both police and community
  5. For HPD, Flubs Mean Never Having To Say You're Sorry
  6. Keith Amemiya joins race for lieutenant governor
  7. CORE team responds to homeless medical needs in urban Honolulu
  8. Telescope Payoffs Being Negotiated Now
  9. TED Talks are a Pay for Play Scam
  10. Stumbles for Democrats on mainland spark enthusiasm among Hawaii Republican Party
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Saturday, November 6, 2021
November 6, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 8:00 PM :: 1550 Views
  1. Federal eyes on Honolulu Police Department?
  2. Redistricting process upsets Drama Queen LoPresti
  3. Fraternity under investigation after claims multiple women were drugged at parties
  4. DHHL could be exempted from ‘show me the water’
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Friday, November 5, 2021
November 5, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:59 PM :: 3113 Views
  1. "Gut and Replace" Held Unconstitutional
  2. State Adopting Ballot Tracking System
  3. City introduces amended short-term rental bill
  4. HECO Suddenly Agrees to 39% Reduction in Cost of Electricity Bought from Kalaeloa Partners
  5. New COVID-19 pill cut hospital, death risk by 90%
  6. Federal Vaccine Mandate for All Employers Over 100 Workers--Already Blocked by Court
  7. ‘Loss of Witnesses’ to occur as Miske case drags on in court?
  8. Supreme Court ruling on New York gun control case could have big implications in Hawaii
  9. FAKE: ‘Hawaii eyeing professional soccer team for New Aloha Stadium’
  10. US Senate Judiciary approves Clare Connors as U.S. attorney for Hawaii
  11. Judge acquits Hawaii Island woman accused of murdering foster child
  12. Kakaako homeless drug thieves don’t seem to care they’re on camera
  13. Civil Beat:  Fishermen Should not have First Amendment Rights
  14. The carbon footprint of Hawaii Gov. David Ige's trip to Glasgow for COP26
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Thursday, November 4, 2021
November 4, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:31 PM :: 2135 Views
  1. Court Says Hawaii State Auditor’s Working Documents Are Confidential
  2. Feds to Fund Telescope:  OHA Smells Money
  3. Experts baffled by governor’s decision to keep social distancing rules at eateries in place
  4. Hawaii County 3% TAT advances without resident discount
  5. Maui: New version of hotel moratorium gets green light from committee
  6. Maui names new police chief, but hunt for head of HPD is at a standstill
  7. HPD Defends Its Arrest Of 10-Year-Old Black Girl In School Dispute
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Wednesday, November 3, 2021
November 3, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:45 PM :: 1707 Views
  1. Chamber of Commerce leader Sherry Menor-­McNamara running for lieutenant governor
  2. Fevella Sues HART Over Its Changes To Voting Rules
  3. Hawaii tourism agency considers 'Visitor Green Fee' 
  4. Lifelong Criminal Gets Tired of Being Homeless
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Tuesday, November 2, 2021
November 2, 2021 News Release
By Andrew Walden @ 6:09 PM :: 4169 Views
  1. Prison Drug Smuggling: UPW, HGEA Retaliate on Top Hawaii Prison Official After Guard Refuses Contraband Search
  2. Drug Smuggling USO Prison Gang News: Former Kauai Councilman Arthur Brun to change plea in federal court
  3. ACLU Sues Maui County to Keep Meth-Addled Bums on Streets
  4. New Police Chief Wants To Import Successful Las Vegas Programs To Maui
  5. Experts: COVID death rate for unvaccinated Hawaii residents is 20 times higher
  6. Superintendent: 91% of student-athletes at Hawaii public schools are vaccinated
  7. Plate lunch prices could reach $20 soon
  8. Hawaii State Senate hiring for several positions during 2022 legislative session
  9. Protecting Incumbents: Hawaii County Redistricting Commission looking at incremental changes
  10. New ‘citizen suit’ may take aim at aging Red Hill fuel tanks
  11. UH Tenure for Teachers Only?
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Monday, November 1, 2021
November 1, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:59 PM :: 1890 Views
  1. ‘We the Vaccinated’ -- Resistance mounts to Hawaii’s COVID-19 rules
  2. Some Oahu sports parents want COVID-19 protocols gone
  3. Teacher vacancies ease in Hawaii
  4. How School Choice Forced one Elementary School to do Better
  5. Leftover money: $52.7 million fund balance carried forward to next year for Hawaii County
  6. Should A Pilot Program To Expand Homeless Services In Hawaii Be Extended?
  7. ICA Delves into the Difference Between Possession and Ownership of Firearms
  8. Haiku Stairs worth saving, plan options do exist
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Sunday, October 31, 2021
October 31, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:55 PM :: 1899 Views
  1. Governors: Abolish Stadium Authority, Demolish Stadium
  2. Meanwhile, state advances ball at Halawa
  3. Astronomy survey results could affect TMT funding
  4. Department of Justice considers probe of Honolulu Police Department following complaint by attorney
  5. Civil Beat:  HPD Should Copy Oakland, Portland and San Francisco
  6. HPD’s Loose Pursuit Policy Leads To Crashes In A Third Of Chases
  7. HGEA Members Bollix Up Yet Another Tech Upgrade
  8. HGEA Still Refusing In-Person Unemployment Services
  9. Pacific US Territory Populations Drop, Lifestyles Change
  10. Federal judge finds no evidence of wrongdoing by B+K Consulting
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Saturday, October 30, 2021
October 30, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:09 PM :: 3099 Views
  1. How to increase health care affordability?  No GE Tax on Medical Services  
  2. Taxes Going Up Retroactively
  3. After Four Months HART Finally Figures out how to Close Doors on Trains
  4. Contact tracing device plans at Kamehameha Schools spur protests
  5. Hawaii restaurants’ revenue loss worse than thought
  6. Workers claim hotels are 'using the pandemic as their excuse' for not bringing some employees back
  7. Amid calls for relocation of Red Hill, the Navy pushes a double-tank test
  8. Civil Beat Files Lawsuit To Learn Who Has Died In State Custody
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Friday, October 29, 2021
October 29, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:04 PM :: 2924 Views
  1. Saiki Shut Down Rail Audit on Behalf of Team Hanabusa, now Targets Auditor
  2. Governor didn’t approve city’s planned reboot of large indoor events but has no plans to stop it
  3. Incumbents Cry a River as Plan To Redraw Hawaii’s Political Lines Goes Out For Public Comment
  4. Federal prison workers to protest staff shortages, vaccine mandate
  5. Waiehu affordable housing project gets pushback from Sovereignty Activist Grifters
  6. Believer Admits Global Warming Hysteria Causing Mental Illness
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Thursday, October 28, 2021
October 28, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 9:09 PM :: 1722 Views
  1. Abercrombie, Cayetano and Waihee push to Kill Stadium Project
  2. SHOPO’s claim of media bias
  3. Missing girl’s loved ones say their requests to authorities for updates have been ignored
  4. Tax necessary mayor says
  5. Oahu Renewable Energy Developers Face New Catastrophic Threat
  6. Next Boondoggle: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, City & County of Honolulu introduce Ala Wai Flood Risk Management study
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Wednesday, October 27, 2021
October 27, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:17 PM :: 2920 Views
  1. Use the Interim to Prepare for Legislative Session
  2. IATSE Announces Another Movie Contract Agreement
  3. No Joke: Caldwell Prepares To Join The Race For Hawaii Governor
  4. Oahu Commission Approves Final Redistricting Plan For City Council
  5. Anti-telescope protesters oppose female US attorney pick for Hawaii
  6. Nominations of female judges to Hawaii Circuit Court applauded
  7. Hawaii May Not Set Minimum Qualifications For Police Until 2024
  8. City Council wants to hike traffic fines to raise money for HPD
  9. Family of Criminal killed by police at Kapolei gas station files wrongful death lawsuit
  10. Despite Momentum, Hawaiian Airlines Forecast Signals Slow Recovery
  11. Hawaii County to open applications for Phase 2 of Kilauea buyout program
  12. Report Pushes Massive Floating Windfarms off Waikiki
  13. Navy ‘operator error’ not aging tanks caused 38-gallon Red Hill fuel leak
  14. Hawaii Co Water power charges to increase 16%
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Tuesday, October 26, 2021
October 26, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:57 PM :: 3011 Views
  1. Will Sylvia Luke’s Bid For LG Open Door to Oust Saiki?
  2. More Video bolsters claims that officers took part in improper chase that led to horrific crash
  3. Minority Leader Fevella opposes fifty dollar vaccine incentive program for inmates 
  4. States With Highest Portion Of Their CO2 Emissions Coming From Transportation: California, Washington, & Hawaii
  5. Pro-Tourism Activism:  Surfrider seeks hearing on shrimp farm permit
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Monday, October 25, 2021
October 25, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:02 PM :: 2927 Views
  1. Pain: Proposed Reapportionment Plans For Oahu Mean Some Incumbents Actually Face a Challenge
  2. Small number of city employees terminated for non-compliance with vaccine mandate
  3. After failing to Infect him with COVID, Antivaxxers Launch Campaign to recall Maui mayor
  4. Controversial Former Kauai Prosecutor Wants Her Old Job Back
  5. Solar farm planned amid cultural and historic sites including WWII Ewa battlefield
  6. 100-Year History of Oahu Landfills
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Sunday, October 24, 2021
October 24, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:47 PM :: 2736 Views
  1. $160M Prison-Hospital for Homeless Drug Addicts sits empty as HGEA fights for more ‘Positions’
  2. Hardly any reasons left to avoid COVID-19 vaccine
  3. More lofty hopes and dreams for new funding source swirl around mired Honolulu rail project
  4. How Will ARPA Funds be Frittered Away?
  5. Hawaii Congressional Delegation Does Nothing As Native Hawaiians Wait For Homeland Inheritance Reform
  6. UH welcomed fans to Ching Stadium for the first time, if they join database  
  7. Hawaii restaurants deal with staffing, supply, capacity issues ahead of holiday season
  8. Kids gaining 20, 30, 40 pounds, and more, in the last year to year and a half
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Saturday, October 23, 2021
October 23, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:52 PM :: 3077 Views
  1. Judge Dismisses Union Challenge To Vaccine Mandate    
  2. COVID: Domestic violence cases surge
  3. Kailua kayak company slapped with $25K fine for operating without permit
  4. Senate to consider judicial appointments
  5. Appeals court reverses conviction in fatal hit-and-run that rocked Nanakuli
  6. Shoplifting losses mount amid inflation, product shortage and labor crunch
  7. State calling on landlords to help solve the homeless crisis
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Friday, October 22, 2021
October 22, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:16 PM :: 2731 Views
  1. Belatti Challenged by Committee Members as Witch Hunt Continues
  2. Former OHA aide indicted in money laundering, wire fraud schemes
  3. HART Still Claiming it Cannot find a MIG Welder for Frogs
  4. Miske Attorneys Ask For Trial To Be Delayed Another Six Months
  5. Honolulu Officers In Two Fatal Shootings Did Not Break The Law, Board Says
  6. Hawaii’s Congressional Delegation Stops Short Of Demanding Closure Of Red Hill Fuel Facility
  7. New task force to shine spotlight on missing and murdered Native Hawaiian women
  8. Honolulu police target gambling in residential areas
  9. Kauai Driver license, registration fees may rise
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Thursday, October 21, 2021
October 21, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:53 PM :: 2219 Views
  1. Witch Hunt: Politically Connected State Contractor at Center of Latest Attack on Auditor
  2. Indictments Latest in Sovereignty Scams Which Got Lawyer Disbarred
  3. Rail Slush Fund: Legislative proposal carrying a city hotel tax advances
  4. Kaua‘i setting aside TAT funds for vehicles, wages (LOL!)
  5. Oahu's incredible shrinking future
  6. Proposal seeks to modify University of Hawaii tenure system
  7. Legal Opinion Affecting 1,800 Oahu Landowners Is Secret For Now
  8. Red Hill Decision Delayed For Probe Of Navy’s Alleged Lack of Disclosure
  9. $1.3M Bribe Solves Problems for Maui Solar Farm
  10. Hawaii Highest Natural Gas Prices in USA
  11. California ILWU-Controlled ports, key to U.S. supply chain, among world's least efficient
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Wednesday, October 20, 2021
October 20, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 8:39 PM :: 2037 Views
  1. Foster Children in Hawaii and Their Right to Counsel
  2. The real enemy of aloha is uncertainty
  3. Ige: Vaccinated US Visitors Return Nov 1, Int’l Nov 8
  4. Police commission following unknown process for picking new HPD chief
  5. Anti-Telescope Protesters Harass Lassner at his House
  6. Tupola and Tsuneyoshi Invite Anti-vaxxers to Address Honolulu Council
  7. Debunking Anti-Vaxxer Nonsense: How COVID deaths are counted in Hawaii
  8. Nearly 90-percent of County employees vaccinated since mandate deadline
  9. Favorable reception for new TAT tax
  10. County: ‘Love Island’ filming mostly illegal
  11. Homeowners Try to Save Their Homes With Sand Burritos. The State Is Cracking Down.
  12. State lawmakers seek answers into possible cover-up of Red Hill fuel leak
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Tuesday, October 19, 2021
October 19, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:12 PM :: 3180 Views
  1. SHOPO President: ‘Unfair‘ Media Coverage of Police Corruption will Lead to Mass Retirements
  2. Sinking test scores show pandemic impact on Hawaii students
  3. ‘Devastating’: 3rd maternal death in Hawaii hits close to home for physicians who are also moms
  4. Hawaii County Council to Vote on Secret Amendment to Sunshine Law
  5. Hawaii’s Search For A New School Chief Will Take Longer Than Expected
  6. OHA Has Lots Of Job Openings Amid A Controversial Restructuring
  7. HPD faces new pressure to restrict powers of commander accused of harassment, retaliation
  8. Hundreds of burned cars removed from illegal junkyard on state farmland
  9. New police program cleans up homelessness and crime in parks
  10. Office of Hawaiian Affairs defends $47M purchase of commercial property in Iwilei
  11. 39% of Hawaii’s LPN Nurses Quit During COVID
  12. HECO More Giant Batteries for Big Island
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Monday, October 18, 2021
Letters to the Editor October, 2021
By Letters to the Editor @ 8:02 PM :: 2090 Views
  • When the sun goes down, the fun on the beach is quickly attacked by local police
  • Timber Industry, Big Green all for Wood Pellets
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