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Thursday, August 17, 2023
August 17, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 2:45 PM :: 5429 Views
  1. Honolulu District Courthouse Closed for Weekend due to Emergency 'Structural Assessment'
  2. Deadly Hawaii Fires Are Result of Political and Policy Failures—Not Climate Change
  3. State Energy Officials: Hawaiian Electric Prioritized State-Mandated Green-Energy Push over Wildfire Prevention
  4. Locals lash out against Biden’s visit to Maui after deadly wildfires: ‘I don’t want him here’
  5. To Protect HECO, State not pursuing criminal probe of Maui fire
  6. Hawaiian Electric Is in Talks With Restructuring Firms
  7. Ignored warnings, hubris, slow response fueled America's deadliest wildfire in a century
  8. Maui emergency official makes excuses for decision not to sound sirens; Confirmed deaths now at 111
  9. Maui’s emergency management director was at Oahu conference as wildfires raged
  10. Only 1,300 households registered with FEMA
  11. Maui Tourist Arrivals Down 80% Thanks to Celebrutard Misinformation
  12. A Hawaii Mother Haunted By The Brutal Killing Of One Child Tries To Hold Onto Another
  13. DoTax: Bankrupt Reverse Mortgage Lender Did not Pay Hawaii Income Taxes for Eight Years
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Wednesday, August 16, 2023
August 16, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:07 PM :: 4077 Views
  1. “It’s a good ol’ boy network. This time it cost lives.”
  2. Hawaiian Activist at DLNR Blocked Release of Water for Fire--Taro Patch was Priority 
  3. Spin to Death: Sovereignty Lawyers Make Excuses for Refusal to Approve Lahaina Firefighting Water
  4. Maui Mayor Bissen “I see opportunity”
  5. Families Of Missing Lahaina Senior Home Residents Face Agonizing Search
  6. Maui police chief pleads for patience, recalls pain of victim IDs after deadly Vegas mass shooting
  7. Mobile morgue arrives to help identify victims of Maui wildfires
  8. DBEDT: $439M in Lahaina home damages, economy losing $8.5M daily--HTA Seeks ‘Tourism Emergency’ to Grab for $5M Slush Fund
  9. Hawaii National Guard activates hundreds to help respond to fires
  10. Hawaii County Council asks state to intervene in insurance crisis
  11. Pelosi: Carpenters Union will ‘shape Hawaii’s future’
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Tuesday, August 15, 2023
August 15, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:04 PM :: 2553 Views
  1. Green Wants Moratorium: “It’s going to be a very long time before any growth or housing can be built”
  2. Hawaiian Activist working for DLNR Refused To Release Water For West Maui Fires Until It Was Too Late
  3. MEMA Chief to be Fall Guy for Lahaina Disaster?
  4. Notification of Maui victim’s families to begin soon as fatalities mount
  5. Bankruptcy Coming: Hawaiian Electric’s stock plunges 34% on fears of wildfire liability
  6. Lahaina Affordable Housing Projects Burn to Ground
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Monday, August 14, 2023
August 14, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:20 PM :: 2817 Views
  1. Warning Not Heeded: 2018 Hurricane Lane Almost Torched Lahaina
  2. Hawaiian Electric Company’s Wildfire Strategy--Too Little Too Late
  3. As inferno grew, Lahaina’s water system collapsed
  4. 'Tapped Out' Maui Firefighters Were Trying To Cover A Lot Of Ground The Day Lahaina Burned
  5. Maui wildfire death toll increases by three to 96--many more to come
  6. Hawaii Tourism Authority: Visitors have ‘largely heeded call’ to leave Maui
  7. Billions in losses projected to hit Hawaii’s economy hard
  8. A quick look at Lahaina’s population
  9. Waimea man challenges county’s liability waiver in firearm-carry application
  10. TRO against release of mosquitoes has yet to impact plans for Big Isle
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Sunday, August 13, 2023
August 13, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:07 PM :: 6679 Views
  1. Land and Power: Maui rebuild ‘huge’ for tourism, gov, mayor
  2. Government Red Tape and Insurance delays will push out Lahaina residents--rebuilt Maui town will slip into the hands of affluent outsiders
  3. Looters in Lahaina: Medical Center Robbed
  4. Lawyers in Lahaina: HECO Bankruptcy Coming as litigators look for lucrative evidence against power lines
  5. Lahaina fire death toll climbs to 93
  6. CNHA fund exceeds $1M for Maui relief
  7. When ‘affordable’ housing more resembles hard time
  8. Honolulu Council Approves Bill 4 Driving Up Cost of Housing Construction to Subsidize E-Cars, Solar Industry
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Saturday, August 12, 2023
August 12, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 8:37 PM :: 3402 Views
  1. “Near Riot” between residents, Maui police shuts down limited access to Lahaina
  2. Hawaii utility faces scrutiny for not cutting power to reduce fire risks--Lines Not Buried
  3. How Failed communications left Lahaina residents trapped by fire
  4. Maui’s Top Emergency Officials Were Off Island As Wildfires Hit Lahaina
  5. State Launching Hawaii Fire Relief Housing Program
  6. Trial set to start for adoptive parents accused of killing 6-year-old girl
  7. Green’s Housing Emergency Panel ‘hard-to-hear’--activist excluded from meeting
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Friday, August 11, 2023
August 11, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:31 PM :: 3918 Views
  1. For 1,000s of Lahaina Residents -- Next Stop Las Vegas?
  2. Lahaina Fire Sparked by Downed Power Lines?
  3. Maui Kicking all Tourists off Island--Again
  4. Maunakea observatories’ decommissioning is imminent  
  5. Maui price freeze in effect due to emergency proclamations
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Thursday, August 10, 2023
August 10, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:24 PM :: 3123 Views
  1. Coco Palms to be Model for Lahaina Rebuild? Disaster could be lasting setback for economy
  2. Judge says “no” to joint meetings between Miske, co-defendants, and their lawyers
  3. ‘Less Than $250K’ -- Payment to HCC hackers was first for state
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Wednesday, August 9, 2023
August 9, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:18 PM :: 2024 Views
  1. Judge rules against another 4-month delay in Miske trial
  2. Honolulu Council To Decide Whether To Pay For HPD Officer's Defense In Lawsuit Over Fatal Shooting
  3. Affordable Housing?  $2,400 per month for a studio apartment in Hilo
  4. 'Affordable Housing’ Projects In Hawaii Are Unaffordable To Many
  5. Public invited to Q&A about Green’s emergency housing order


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Tuesday, August 8, 2023
August 8, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 2:44 PM :: 2203 Views
  1. Emergency Order an Indictment of Legislative Housing Policy
  2. Honolulu plans $257.1 million CIP, rail bond sale
  3. Kihei’s $245M high school finally opens with 139 Students--Teachers Can’t Afford to Live There
  4. A Big Island Man Sues Over Gun Permit Privacy Protection
  5. Bogus legal mail used to smuggle drugs to Hawaii inmates
  6. Lack of Mental Health Care Killing Homeless Youth
  7. Soft-on-Crime Crowd Wants to Abolish Prison Program Requirements to Let Even More Criminals Back out onto the Streets Sooner
  8. Unemployment Recipients Fake Interviews to Stay on Dole
  9. Despite rising prices, Hawaii residents poised to see cut in food stamp benefits this fall
  10. Hawaii Medicaid recipients hit roadblocks during state’s massive renewal push
  11. Honolulu Liquor Commission lawsuit going to trial
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Monday, August 7, 2023
August 7, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:24 PM :: 2449 Views
  1. Clueless Bill 44: Already Illegal to Lie on monster house permit application, but nobody noticed 
  2. Trial continued after secret discipline for police in Makaha crash
  3. HSTA’s Latest Scam: Solar AC All Failed -- Will need to be Replaced
  4. Critics Of Legislative Term Limits Need To Start Shooting Straight
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Sunday, August 6, 2023
August 6, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:54 PM :: 4063 Views
  1. This Day in History: Truman Announces Hiroshima Bombing
  2. "Wouldn’t it be nice to get a permit in 10 days?"
  3. Honolulu Rail: ‘I hope its future is short’
  4. Little changes can lead to more housing 
  5. Taking No Prisoners in California
  6. Crooks and Cronies: Carpenters Buy Insiders, Insiders Buy Green
  7. “How can we flaunt our power over you?”
  8. No Buyers for ‘Affordable’ Units designed to fall further behind on property ladder
  9. 4,900 Convicted felons bring ‘Diversity’ to Hawaii juries--what could go wrong?
  10. More Cutbacks at Star-Advertiser
  11. HS Students Forced to Write Essays in Class after Massive AI Cheating
  12. State’s backbone financial system is 50 years old
  13. School Shooter Vulnerability assessments mandated by state DOE
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Saturday, August 5, 2023
August 5, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 2:58 PM :: 3140 Views
  1. Architect arrested after alleged DPP bribery attempt   
  2. Union balks over ‘hazard pay’ survey distributed to thousands of government employees
  3. Campbell High School Refuses To Facilitate Transfer of Cyberbullied Autistic Student
  4. Hawaii youth climate lawsuit trial set for next summer
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Friday, August 4, 2023
August 4, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 2:57 PM :: 2966 Views
  1. Eight Years Later: Honolulu Rail Is Still Waiting For The Feds To Release Money
  2. Developers Pour $600K into Mayor’s 2024 Campaign Fund
  3. Kailua attorney has gained attention defending January 6 insurrectionists
  4. Millionaire Hawaiian heiress among those who received federal bailout funds
  5. Same Hustle, Different Year: Classroom air conditioning (again)
  6. Dead Batteries From Electric Vehicles Could “Make Islands Unlivable”
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Thursday, August 3, 2023
August 3, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:05 PM :: 2657 Views
  1. OHA is Center of Nepotism: Second Trustee supervises daughter in violation of new law
  2. High Tech Scammers’ Cashflow Lost in Political Infighting
  3. HPD approves 409 concealed-carry licenses, making headway on backlog
  4. HPD Chief’s Decision On Cops In Makaha Pursuit Case Remains A Mystery
  5. Cutbacks at Star-Adv: Spotlight Goes Dark
  6. HART contractor punctures Dillingham Bl. gas line TWICE--without checking with Gas Co
  7. COVID surge: Hawaii County hospitalizations up 64%
  8. Homeowners Insurance: State high court asked to intervene in lawsuits over alleged price-fixing
  9. Maui County tightens regulations for air and replica guns
  10. ‘Zoom-bomb’ forces cancellation of 2 public meetings
  11. State Capitol Metal Detectors Delayed
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Wednesday, August 2, 2023
August 2, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:55 PM :: 2699 Views
  1. Not Affordable: New Aloha Stadium to be Subsidized by Housing Revenue
  2. Ban on Fundraisers? Hawaii Legislators Rake in Campaign Cash During Session
  3. Brittany Zimmerman Sells Her Vision To Hawaiʻi County – But Is It For Real?
  4. DoE Hired Alleged Child Molester?
  5. “Community-based recruiting” DoE Hires 967 New Teachers for Upcoming Semester
  6. $600M Plan Doomed: Department of Hawaiian Home Lands struggling to fill dozens of vacancies
  7. Alaska mayor’s plan to send homeless to warmer cities gets (hypocritical) pushback in Hawaii
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Tuesday, August 1, 2023
August 1, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:55 PM :: 4171 Views
  1. “Race-based incidents involving tourists are not rare”
  2. Homeless Zombies OD on Fentanyl, Use Narcan to Revive Themselves Again and Again 
  3. State’s Worthless Judiciary had Alleged Fentanyl Dealer back in 2018--Did Nothing (now feds have him)
  4. Judge releases HPD officer after multiple TRO violations
  5. Ige defends HTA, Slams Green for being owned by PRP not HSTA
  6. Honolulu Council Member Augie Tulba: A 64% Pay Raise Is Absurd, And That’s No Joke
  7. Bill 44: If DPP Deems your House a ‘Monster’, they can tear it down
  8. DPP Retaliation: Disabled Man Who Asked For Help Fixing The Sidewalk Instead Got A Violation
  9. Archaeologists Creating Work for Themselves
  10. Hawaii County council proposes larger property tax break for older kupuna  
  11. Hawaii could see a big hurricane season, but most homes aren’t ready
  12. Hawaii middle school principal ousted after mounting complaints over leadership
  13. Hawaii hotel prices top nation during first half of 2023
  14. Supply and Demand: Vacation rental prices soar
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Monday, July 31, 2023
July 31, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:30 PM :: 2316 Views
  1. Emergency Order: “Success is far from guaranteed”
  2. Decades-Long History of ‘Stuck’ Government Housing Projects
  3. DHHL Socks Low Income Homesteaders With $2,000 Monthly Water Bill
  4. Money News: Makua Valley Lease Expires 2029
  5. Honolulu Changed Bus Routes To Accommodate The Rail. But Ridership Hits New Low
  6. UH: Sen. Donna Mercado Kim is both misleading and erroneous
  7. Access to Hawaii public school campus assessments impeded
  8. US Senate bill would make it easier for foreign workers to get to Hawaiian tuna fishing vessels
  9. Remembering Johnny Fraser on the anniversary of his disappearance
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Sunday, July 30, 2023
July 30, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 7:19 PM :: 2700 Views
  1. Tupola says empowering people is her motivation
  2. ‘Permit me’ -- to thank county officials again
  3. Hawaii Congressional Delegation how they Voted July 29, 2023
  4. Getting Kids to School in Kihei
  5. Why is it hard to buy and sell cryptocurrency in Hawaii?
  6. Miske Defendant Reminds Readers why State Judiciary is a Clown Show
  7. OHA: Hawaiians can’t afford to live in Hawaii -- but don’t blame us
  8. Can An Emergency Proclamation Solve Hawaii’s Housing Crisis? ‘That’s The Million Dollar Question’
  9. Gov. Green banking on approval ratings to propel policies
  10. Council chair pressured to rescind costly condo fire sprinkler law
  11. AI smarter than Council and collects quarters, too
  12. Film details eviction of Hawaii’s Japanese Americans during WWII
  13. Just End it All: Suicide Easier than Ever in Hawaii
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Saturday, July 29, 2023
July 29, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:07 PM :: 2608 Views
  1. Green Appoints Thielen, Hannemann ... and Ex-Con Stacy Moniz
  2. After One Month, Still Nobody Riding Rail--HART Fears Kids will Sell Free Holo Cards
  3. Hawaii sees average credit card debt balloon as cost of living rises
  4. Anzai Brought in to Cover Up Broken Trust
  5. DHHL to build Vertical?
  6. Why were oral arguments challenging permit of Thirty Meter Telescope deferred? Nobody will say
  7. Hu Honua is not Going Away -- Comeback as ‘Green’ Hydrogen Scheme
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Friday, July 28, 2023
July 28, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:33 PM :: 2740 Views
  1. Pathways to Removing Housing Obstacles
  2. DoH: Hawaii Needs Lots and Lots of Free Needles
  3. Tourist Count Up 5.5%
  4. Solar Shaft: HECO Evenings hit $0.66 per kwh
  5. Red Hill’s Fuel Director Raised An Alarm Before Pipes Leaked. The Navy Removed Her
  6. Alm: State Legislature Makes Corruption Hard to prosecute in Hawaii
  7. Kokua Line: Who’s on the governor’s fast-track building group?
  8. Honolulu Architect Who Bribed Permit Workers Sentenced To One Year In Prison
  9. Missing Waimanalo Girl Declared Dead, Opening Path For Suit Against State
  10. The state's latest gun control law goes before a judge
  11. Murdered by the ACLU: Homeless Girl Dead Because She was not FORCED into Shelter
  12. Keeping the Homeless Homeless is Expensive: Half A Million Dollars Buys 6 Months Of Security Guards For Waikiki
  13. Another EB5 Scam: Hawaii Ocean Plaza Investor From Japan Out $560K, Was Also Promised A Visa
  14. New Hawaii County sustainability office created
  15. New data reveals Hawaii has the second highest drowning rate in the nation
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Thursday, July 27, 2023
July 27, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 9:14 PM :: 1852 Views
  1. Feds Closely Watching Local Property Deals For Signs Of Money Laundering
  2. Your GE Tax Hike at Work: Immediate Subsidy to Big Developers
  3. Emergency Order: Planners OK more mixed-use development in Halawa
  4. Emergency Order: Developer renews plan for homes below Koko Crater
  5. But No Development Here: DHHL case must spur state progress
  6. To Fund Fat Pay Hikes, Hawaii LG Sylvia Luke Spent Money She Didn’t Have--Governor Bails Her Out
  7. Hawaii Defense Contractors Likely To Get Probation For Campaign Violations
  8. Law Enforcement Standards Board Inches Toward Hiring Key Staff
  9. Board hearing over TMT construction is postponed
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Wednesday, July 26, 2023
July 26, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:09 PM :: 2396 Views
  1. Taxpayer-funded cover-up? Experts question $2.2M settlement in prison sex assault case state actually won
  2. Reward for Fraud: Schatz Seeks Big Payout for Hawaiian 8a Contractors
  3. Gov. Green’s emergency order: “There’s going to be a lot of litigation as a result of this.”
  4. Red Hill Crisis Gives  Board of Water Supply say in Aloha Stadium Development 
  5. Parents call for ouster of Waimea Canyon Middle School principal
  6. Rate Hikes Coming: PUC Approves $480M Battery for Kapolei (again)
  7. Road Usage Fee: Double Tax on E Cars
  8. Kauai: Many Open Seats in 2026 Elections
  9. $16M for Kona Homeless Shelter
  10. Hilo veterans home fined again for failing to meet standards
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Tuesday, July 25, 2023
July 25, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:14 PM :: 3061 Views
  1. Josh Green Owned and Operated by Carpenters Union
  2. Miske Tied to Kewalo Basin Kidnapping
  3. Green’s New BOE Chair Haruki Mouths Usual Empty Platitudes
  4. Honolulu Star-Advertiser Is Cutting More News Staff
  5. Hawaii Senate Leaders Shower Themselves with Pork
  6. Mufi Hannemann is front-runner for HTA board seat
  7. Hotel data reflect slower summer start than last year
  8. Homeless Dude Allegedly Beats Man to Pulp, Throws Him in Fire
  9. After 15 Years, DOBOR Finally Does Something with Ala Wai Lot
  10. Worker shortage leads to suspension of Kapaa school bus services
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Monday, July 24, 2023
July 24, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:58 PM :: 2342 Views
  1. New Nepotism Law?  Brickwood Galuteria Already Looking for Exemption
  2. Violent, and blatant, criminal activity within the walls of OCCC
  3. Funding Limits Soft-on-Crime Propaganda
  4. Did TMT start work or no? Land board to mull permit condition No. 4
  5. Keeping it in the family: Farmers using state land laud new law regarding lease extensions
  6. Summertime And The Flying Is Easy — For Lawmakers, That Is
  7. Hawaii developer is asked to do more for evicted residents
  8. Zombies: Honolulu triples homeless cleanup crew efforts
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Sunday, July 23, 2023
July 23, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:54 PM :: 3029 Views
  1. Housing regulations add $233,000 to $325,000 to the cost of building a home
  2. Developers Emergency Proclamation Suspends Sunshine Law
  3. Emergency? Green Copies Waihee’s Failed Playbook
  4. Suckers: Kakaako was also Sold to you as ‘Workforce Housing’
  5. Pre-COVID rail data more concerning
  6. Trial Lawyer News: Congress members seek registry to track health effects of Red Hill
  7. Hu Honua Reincarnated as ‘Green’ Hydrogen Scheme
  8. City Distributes 1,700 ‘guns allowed’ posters
  9. Enablers Re-Start Feeding Homeless Criminals in Waikiki
  10. Encounter with an armed trespasser adds to growing concerns about Kalihi encampments
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Saturday, July 22, 2023
July 22, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:48 PM :: 2517 Views
  1. Witness Intimidation News: Judge denies release on bond for Miske’s brother
  2. 50% of Educated People Leave Hawaii
  3. Skyline ridership declines in third week of business
  4. Football Player, Coaches Play Word Games with Rape
  5. Hysteria Debunked in Court as Maui Eco Nuts seek TRO to Save Mosquitoes from Eradication
  6. After 23 Years, Final approval given for $328M Hawaiian homesteads settlement
  7. Oahu’s Iwilei Resource Center days can be “pretty wild” as the staff of 20 is trying to handle 6 bums
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Friday, July 21, 2023
July 21, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:33 PM :: 2881 Views
  1. Friends and Family Plan: Federal lawsuit claims Hilo attorney maliciously prosecuted on Bogus Rape Charge
  2. ‘Sensitive Fail’:  Gun Law Did Not Prevent Fatal bar shooting
  3. HART board surprised by $99M Lawsuit
  4. Lack of clarity plagues Mauna Kea transition
  5. City director reports drop in Honolulu building permit backlog
  6. Neighborhood Board Election Outcome Reversed After Rematch
  7. Public asked to weigh in on state’s ocean stewardship fee proposal
  8. Disabled couple wins Handi-Van appeal
  9. Oahu Condo Board Members Feel ‘Muzzled’ By Management Companies
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Thursday, July 20, 2023
July 20, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:20 PM :: 2689 Views
  1. Sen Dela Cruz Gets Away With Bad Things Because He Knows State’s Minor League Justice System Won’t Stop Him
  2. Aloha Stadium: Hawaii lawmakers plan to Copy San Diego’s Failed Snapdragon Project
  3. Nearing end of sentences, ex-cops in Kealoha scandal moved to halfway house
  4. After Jacking Up Assessments, New Honolulu tax credits aim to assist homeowners
  5. Developers Are Betting Big On Honolulu’s Business District. Will It Pay Off?
  6. Wahiawa Dam: Multi-Million Dollar State Giveaway to Dole
  7. Lawyer who accessed governor’s private info regains access to electronic system
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Wednesday, July 19, 2023
July 19, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:16 PM :: 2615 Views
  1. Kuilei Place First to benefit from Governor’s Housing Proclamation
  2. Act222: New Road Mileage tax Imposed
  3. Maui Council Raises General Excise Tax To Subsidize Developers
  4. Ev Dowling Doesn’t get His Pick: Jonathan Likeke Scheuer Is On The East Maui Water Board
  5. ‘Forever Chemicals’ Disappear After Two Months
  6. Meth, Steroids, Syringes found at OCCC: AGs office to lead Coverup of Inmate Murder
  7. HPD officer pleads no contest to tampering with government document
  8. Civil settlement in sex assault case against former high school football stars on hold
  9. No Safety Check, No Problem: Honolulu Clerks Helped Used Car Dealers Cheat System
  10. Progressive Teacher Deported to California to Face Trial on 23 Counts of Child Molestation
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Tuesday, July 18, 2023
July 18, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:30 PM :: 3475 Views
  1. Cover-up: Plea deal eyed for top Public Safety trainer accused of lying on resume to get promoted
  2. Obstruction: Federal Investigation Target Admits Covering for Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement
  3. Time of Use Rates: Do You Really Want HECO to Act Like a Ticket Scalper?
  4. By Shutting Down Rail, HART Could Save $680M and Use it to Build More Rail
  5. Hirono Tops Fund Race
  6. Honolulu property taxes are wealth taxes by another name
  7. Celebrutard Nicole Scherzinger Suddenly Becomes Anti-Telescope Protester in Scam to get Beach House Approved
  8. British Tabloid Pumps up Walter Ritte’s latest Effort to Steal Molokai Ranch
  9. Group tries ‘Sovereignty’ Kitsch as Sales Pitch--Still forced to pull plug on Hilo bottling plant
  10. A ‘Complete Rebuild’ Is Underway For Kauai’s Hobbled Water Utility
  11. Four HPD recruits hospitalized after suffering exhaustion from self-defense exercises
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Monday, July 17, 2023
July 17, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:16 PM :: 1932 Views
  1. Star-Adv: $54 per rider is high but …uh… Biki Bikes Can Make Rail Pencil Out  
  2. Iwasa: Honolulu Would be Better off Without Rail
  3. Fake it to make it: Officers charged in horrific crash should be fired, HPD review board pretends to conclude
  4. ‘Its going to collapse’: Complaints swirl at Kakaako state affordable-housing project
  5. UH Map Ensures Rich North Shore Residents will be First in Line for Cesspool Subsidies
  6. Will high court ruling impact UH Hilo?
  7. The Plan: After 30 years of Abandonment, let’s Turn Coco Palms into a Swamp
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Sunday, July 16, 2023
July 16, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:45 PM :: 1813 Views
  1. $99M Lawsuit Shows How Much Hanabusa has Learned About how to Build Rail
  2. Can Biden Get Congress to Pay Honolulu Skyline’s operating costs, too?
  3. Blangiardi Can Sleep Easy: 64% Pay Raise Neutralizes Councilmembers Political Future
  4. Is the stalled Thirty Meter Telescope really under construction?
  5. Taxing Empty Homes in Hawaii Could Impact Local Homeowners
  6. Monster Homes: DPP Targets ‘Third-Party Reviewers’
  7. DLNR Kicking Maui Rancher off 3,400 Acres
  8. Wahiawa Dam Deal Multimillion Dollar Giveaway to Dole
  9. ‘A human tragedy’: AG’s Office criticized for failing to intervene in temple dispute
  10. Waikiki: 14 Criminals Hired as ‘Aloha Ambassadors’ -- What could possibly go wrong?
  11. HB1294: The New Law To Make Transsexual Candidates Use Their Real Male Names Still Falls Short
  12. Tulsi to Team up with Trump or RFK?
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Saturday, July 15, 2023
July 15, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 9:39 PM :: 1879 Views
  1. What you probably do not know about Hawaii and sexual revolution    
  2. Former Campbell High athlete wins ESPY over fight for suing DoE over lack of Female Locker Rooms
  3. No decision in Kaimuki ‘monster home’ hearing
  4. One Homeless Person Agrees to Accept Housing After Five Years and one of 306 starts looking for work
  5. Chop Shop: Thieves take off with homeowner’s chain link fence
  6. Maalaea Harbor boaters beg state officials for help deterring thieves
  7. Prison officials conduct shakedown at OCCC following inmate murder
  8. Deregulation: New law gives hemp industry a boost
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Friday, July 14, 2023
July 14, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:13 PM :: 3683 Views
  1. Native Hawaiian Defense Contractor Replaces Top Leadership Amid Federal Criminal Probe
  2. Department of Retaliation: DOE threatened to pull state contracts if companies didn’t remove outspoken critic
  3. De Friese-Out: HTA mismanagement, waste, fraud, abuse in backroom operations
  4. City to Study Sales Pitch for so-called Vacant Homes Tax
  5. Mexican Cartel Operates from Hilo, but not for long--Police Swoop in to Protect Local Monopoly
  6. Free Napali Coast boat tours offered to Celebrate Veto
  7. Bulldozing Borneo: KIUC begins using Hawai‘i-(not)-made biodiesel on Kaua‘i
  8. In Chicken Sh*t Effort to Shut Down Hawaii Agriculture, Mainland Activists harass Local Egg Producer
  9. Legislators Outlaw Non-LED Bulbs and ‘Inefficient’ Toilets and Appliances
  10. In potential blow to red light camera program, judge tosses citation over identification issue
  11. HPD investigating hit-and-run crash that may have involved police SUV
  12. Homeless Torch Houses on Waianae Coast
  13. Hilo man charged with intimidating witness in domestic abuse case
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Thursday, July 13, 2023
July 13, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:47 PM :: 1648 Views
  1. New Class Action Suit Coming:  Mother of student for whom ’94 Felix Consent Decree is named says DOE hasn't changed much
  2. Anti-Nepotism Bill became law Without Green’s Signature
  3. Six Years Awaiting Trial in Death of 9 Year Old Girl
  4. Hawaii’s public schools lag in violence prevention, experts say
  5. HART’s bid to seize Kalihi land by eminent domain moves forward
  6. Waters Demands Affordable Units be Built On Site
  7. Report examines ‘long COVID’ in Hawaii
  8. Prominent Honolulu Condo Directors Pay $600,000 To Settle Retaliation Claim
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Wednesday, July 12, 2023
July 12, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:58 PM :: 3116 Views
  1. 35 Years of Stagnation: Tourism Income Flat Since 1988
  2. Trail of Ethical Gaffes Leads from US Supreme Court to UH Law School
  3. VIDEO: Challenges Facing Hawaii Agriculture
  4. Navy Awards No Bid Red Hill Contract To Company Just Raided By Feds 
  5. Film Subsidies: Taxpayers fork out Millions to Create Jobs for Miske’s Thugs
  6. Pandemic effects still put Hawaii student education behind by months
  7. Anti-nepotism law takes effect in Hawaii
  8. Blangiardi Convinces Enablers to Stop Feeding Homeless Criminals in Waikiki
  9. Once Again, State claims it will ‘revitalize multiple communities within our public housing inventory’
  10. City suspends another reviewer who cleared ‘monster home’ plans
  11. Honolulu Tells Tow Company To Stop Charging $900 Fees
  12. New Round of Clean Energy Schemes Heading for Molokai
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Tuesday, July 11, 2023
July 11, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:19 PM :: 2243 Views
  1. Legislative System Designed to keep Crooks in Power
  2. Witness Intimidation: Lawyers Try to Spring Miske’s Half-Brother
  3. UH law school not alone in offering luxury trips to Supreme Court justices
  4. Honolulu City Council OKs property tax relief measures
  5. Proposed City bill to penalize false statements made to inspectors
  6. Lawsuit claims MPD recruit who nearly died suffered from ‘Beat Down’ hazing ritual
  7. Hawaii’s Aging Population Is Straining EMS Services. Expanding This Program Could Help
  8. County Calls for Emergency Uncle Billy's Demolition
  9. In bid to combat crime, city hires private security guards to patrol Waikiki after dark
  10. Dispute Over Assets Leads To Eviction Of Chinese Temple
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Monday, July 10, 2023
July 10, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:18 PM :: 1648 Views
  1. Land And Power 2023: How One Influential Hawaii Senator Is Using Public Agencies To His Advantage
  2. Dela Cruz and Mercado Kim Slip $35M Slush Fund into Community College CIP Budget
  3. $40M Project: Pools at Hawaii State Capitol might stay dry
  4. Elected officials don’t have to worry about upsetting you because they know you’re full of hot air.
  5. Hawaii Bankruptcies Remain Near Historic Lows
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Sunday, July 9, 2023
July 9, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:41 PM :: 2796 Views
  1. People Just Disappear Here: Human remains found--one of more than 230 people missing in Hawaii
  2. Tax Hikes Coming: Will Empty Rail be issue in 2024 Elections?
  3. Tom Brower Attackers Rewarded with Free Apartment and Cash Benefits 
  4. 29-year-old arrested for allegedly stealing tools from Iwilei Home Depot has long criminal record
  5. Hilo Harbor Project Would Wipe Out Dozens of Small Businesses
  6. Drone shows expand as safe alternatives to fireworks
  7. Guru of the run-and-shoot gets run down and shot
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Saturday, July 8, 2023
July 8, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:44 PM :: 1507 Views
  1. GE Tax Hike passes first reading 
  2. New measure provides relief to property owners making less than $80k per year
  3. Governor changes HTA board ahead of special meeting
  4. City seeks dismissal of LGBTQ+ lawsuit involving liquor commission
  5. 90-time loser killed at OCCC
  6. Lawsuit: Maui Police Trainers Failed To Aid Recruit Who Fell Unconscious
  7. Female Principal Performed Unlawful Search Of High School Girls, Lawsuit Alleges
  8. Why dozens caught on video running red lights had their cases dismissed
  9. Bill to regulate air and replica guns nears final passage
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Friday, July 7, 2023
July 7, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:26 PM :: 3280 Views
  1. Tax Hike for More Rail Construction Coming: Rail CEO looks to extend rail surcharge as Ridership Drops to Nearly Zero
  2. Maui GET increase guaranteed to hurt poorer residents by increasing their rent
  3. Rail Contractor Sues HART Over Construction Delays
  4. Mitsunaga: My Lawyer Gave us Protection from Feds
  5. DOE spent $168M on bell and alarm system, Nine Years Later more than half of schools still don’t have it
  6. After Importing Pimp to Hawaii, UH Ken Lawson Speaks Up: Shovel-Wielding Hate Attack “is for nothing”
  7. Honolulu City Council trio formally rejects 64% pay raises
  8. Honolulu Council Recall Effort Limited by City Charter
  9. 'And so we wait': Kauaʻi doctor underscores dialysis needs on island
  10. More Handi-Van riders denied pickup at home because of Giant truck-Vans foisted on System by Soderholm
  11. Big Island Wants To Use Opioid Settlement Money To Open Its First Detox Facility
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Thursday, July 6, 2023
July 6, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:48 PM :: 1227 Views
  1. Honolulu Council panel to hold real property tax relief meeting
  2. Hawaii vacation rentals were less than 54% occupied during May
  3. How Many will Ride Rail to Work Each Day? 
  4. Back to the Future: New 13-Hour Shifts For HPD Patrol Officers Are Raising Concerns
  5. Honolulu police officer allegedly flees arrest
  6. Five Years Later: Former Hawai‘i Youth Challenge Academy cadre found guilty on 9 charges of sexual assault
  7. "Defeated, frustrated, scared."| Kahala parents of special needs boy take frustrations with DOE to the courts
  8. New regulation of vape products takes effect
  9. Reforming Hawai’i Definition of Renewable Energy Loses Urgency
  10. State to acquire Wahiawa system, including Lake Wilson
  11. ‘Brazen thievery’ cause business owners to rethink strategies
  12. Keeping the Homeless Homeless: Only two projects for the homeless have been successfully implemented in the past several years.
  13. One Homeless Drug House Generates 1,000 Fire Calls and 6,479 Police Calls
  14. 83,000 Cesspools: This is gonna cost
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Wednesday, July 5, 2023
July 5, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:11 PM :: 1478 Views
  1. Green hopes housing will alleviate teacher shortage
  2. Hawaii losing economic strength, economist says
  3. City Officials’ Pay Raises Weren’t Included In The Budget. Now What?
  4. Hawaii’s Chamber of Commerce Seeks To Rein In Red Tape To Help Businesses
  5. Ex-Gangsters, Grandmas And The Good Word Take On West Oahu’s Game Rooms
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Tuesday, July 4, 2023
July 4, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:12 PM :: 2344 Views
  1. OHA Ends 'Work-from-Home' for Employees
  2. Happy Fourth of July!
  3. The 1840 Hawaiian Constitution and the Fourth of July
  4. The Verified Complaint In Equity: The Declaration Of Independence 
  5. Death Threats? Luke Takes Swipe at Second Amendment Activists as Security improvements at State Capitol made
  6. Hawaii’s Soft on Crime Parole Board Is The Most Powerful In The Country. That May Change
  7. Green hopes next phase of plan doubles this year's designated $104M in tax relief
  8. For some, test of rail-bus connections ends with disappointment
  9. DOH report claims illnesses reported even before 2021 Red Hill fuel spill
  10. KPD re-opening case of woman found murdered 13 years ago
  11. Deliberate indifference’: Suit alleges officer failed to act in fatal beating outside police station
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Monday, July 3, 2023
July 3, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 10:59 AM :: 2594 Views
  1. ‘Going along to get along’ leads to government corruption
  2. With Two Empty Seats on Supreme Court, Hawaii Needs Transparency In The Process Of Filling Judicial Vacancies
  3. Honolulu Liquor Commission the most “open and notorious case of public corruption”
  4. Miske Files: Ex-Kamaaina Termite Manager Is Next In Line To Negotiate A Plea
  5. HUD secretary claims Hawaii’s homeless aren’t all meth heads
  6. U.S. allows moving species as last resort
  7. HTA board will not appoint new President
  8. Kamalani Academy Was Due To Close, But It’s Getting A Second Chance
  9. Rep Ganaden: How we will let lots and lots of criminals out on to the Streets
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Sunday, July 2, 2023
July 2, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 7:31 PM :: 2830 Views
  1. Emails Reveal Ev Dowling Stage-Managing DHHL Appointment
  2. Land and Power: KSBE Insiders Want Probate Judge Kicked out of Trustee Selection Process
  3. Back to the Future: Affirmative action ruling could test admission policies at Kamehameha Schools
  4. Brian Schatz Thinks he is Dan Inouye
  5. Green budget cuts have only just begun
  6. Supplier in ex-Kauai council member’s drug ring is sentenced
  7. Rail ridership projections, revenue uncertain after Skyline opens
  8. Tommy Aiu Is Out As Honolulu Rail’s Private Security Chief
  9. Honolulu 7 Recalls?
  10. Legislators Team up for Luxury Fundraising
  11. Hawaii County Animal Control becomes New Source of County ‘Positions’ after Animal Liberation Nuts Implode
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Saturday, July 1, 2023
July 1, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:44 PM :: 1735 Views
  1. Inaugural rail ride unites conspirators in game of ‘blame the dead guys’--How will they sell Rail Extensions to Public?
  2. Witness Intimidation: Miske investigation continues
  3. Gambling remains an issue on Oahu despite now being a felony-level crime
  4. Kona psychologist who treats children accused of sexually assaulting minor
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Friday, June 30, 2023
June 30, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:42 PM :: 3148 Views
  1. Prominent Native Hawaiian Defense Contractor Is Part Of New Federal Criminal Probe
  2. Investigation finds DOE wasted millions on solar-powered AC systems
  3. Court hears arguments in Ward Village rail dispute
  4. Giving Birth Is An Expensive And Lonely Trip For Some Rural Hawaii Women
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Thursday, June 29, 2023
June 29, 2023 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 7:33 PM :: 1691 Views
  1. Hanabusa Retaliation: Rail CEO Slapped With ‘C-minus’ Evaluation, ‘not deferential enough’ 
  2. McCarthy: Why did HPD Leave Rifle Unattended?
  3. Evictions Creep Up On Oahu As Renters Face Waning Pandemic-Era Aid
  4. BWS detects low levels of ‘forever chemicals’ in Pearl City Shaft
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