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Monday, August 31, 2020
August 31, 2020 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:38 PM :: 4032 Views
  1. Schatz Slams Locals, Says Tourism not the Problem 
  2. Five Arrested at anti-COVID ‘Health Summit’
  3. Movements tracked via wearable monitor to ensure they stay inside boundaries 
  4. Saiki Stonewalled by DoH: Info Needed to Better Target Lockdowns
  5. Soft on Crime Lawyers Demand Media do More to Help Exploit COVID to Get Criminals Back out onto the Streets
  6. Cocaine News: Miske gave Money to Tsuneyoshi, Martin
  7. Big Island COVID Numbers Take off Like Rocket
  8. Due to mislabeling, about 1,000 Oahu residents told to re-test for COVID-19
  9. $1.9B—Hirono’s ‘Top Priority’ Radar Dismissed
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Sunday, August 30, 2020
Letters to the Editor August, 2020
By Letters to the Editor @ 11:01 PM :: 3959 Views
  • Big Island COVID Upsurge Shows Failure of Airport Screening
  • COVID numbers that tell “the rest of the story”
  • It is just not that trendy to post videos of police saving lives
  • COVID: Public is paying the price for government mismanagement and active cover-up
  • How I Beat Homelessness by Working
  • Please Do Not Close Community Gardens
  • Perpetual Pandemia
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Sunday, August 30, 2020
August 30, 2020 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:04 PM :: 3605 Views
  1. Hawaii COVID Spy Tracking Program to go national?
  2. Quarantine Tracking Demanded by Overworked Regime Spies
  3. CoC Survey: 40% of Businesses Plan to Close in Next 6 Months without Tourism Restart
  4. COVID: No Transparency Means No Cooperation between State, County 
  5. Paradise lost: How Hawaii went from Covid-19 star to cautionary tale
  6. New Oahu lockdown will bring spike in joblessness
  7. Amemiya the new face of the old boys
  8. We Need To Spend Half A Billion Dollars In 123 Days.
  9. Hawaii slated to get nearly $200 million more to fill unemployment claims
  10. Harry Kim Copies Oahu Mistakes—Rejects Surge Testing
  11. “Give us a chance to help out instead of seeing us a problem”
  12. Hawaii Road Miles Drop 28.7% in June
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Saturday, August 29, 2020
August 29, 2020 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 8:34 PM :: 2175 Views
  1. Contact Tracing: “We could have done this much earlier “
  2. Kauai PD Watching 1,300 in Quarantine
  3. Maui Co receives more than 5,000 limited quarantine requests
  4. ‘Temptation Island’ filming at Andaz allowed beginning Sept. 8 (trial run for tourist resort bubble?)
  5. To Spread COVID, MCCC Inmates Refuse to Wear Masks 
  6. 70 Homeless Test Positive for COVID as criminals continue to purposefully spread disease among themselves
  7. Lawmakers: DOH Needs To Disclose the numerous COVID-19 Cases Caused By Ex-Inmates who refuse to test at jail
  8. COVID Release—110 Rearrested so far
  9. State Ethics Commission offers new online complaint process
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Friday, August 28, 2020
August 28, 2020 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 9:14 PM :: 3304 Views
  1. HART Copies Leong’s Kealoha Trick to Hide P3 Contract—Delayed For 6th Time
  2. Feds Kick P3 Drop Dead date to Dec 31
  3. Judge intervenes in prison housing for alleged crime boss Mike Miske
  4. 10,000+ people on Oahu registered for a COVID-19 test in the last two days
  5. Number of COVID-19 patients hospitalized on Hawaii Island could soon test capacity
  6. Candidates for Honolulu mayor land support of major unions ahead of election
  7. Government workers who got paid for pretending to work from home before now deemed essential
  8. DOH Won’t Give Honolulu The Data It Needs To Detect Coronavirus In Our Sewage
  9. DoH Budget Gambit—Threaten to Cut EMS
  10. State Asks Lawyers, Law Students To Help With Unemployment Claims Backlog — Pro Bono
  11. Payments From Honolulu’s $25 Million Hardship Fund Are Mired In Red Tape
  12. UH Facing Fiscal Crossroads With Expected $100M Revenue Shortfall
  13. Chinatown Bumfight Sends Homeless Dude to ER
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Thursday, August 27, 2020
August 27, 2020 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:57 PM :: 2245 Views
  1. Money News:  Legislators and other Lawyers team up to help Inmates and Unions sue over COVID
  2. Prosecutors only oppose release of half on inmate list
  3. Blaming citizens for the current crisis obfuscates the responsibility of state and local leadership.
  4. DoH fought Caldwell on Length of Shutdown Order
  5. Turnout for city’s mass testing program starts strong, but some hiccups reported
  6. Latest COVID-19 positivity rate reported puts Hawaii ‘in the red,’ surgeon general says
  7. Contact tracing on Maui meeting need; more testing likely on horizon
  8. In-person testifying suspended due to stay-at-home order
  9. HSTA was Lying About Nonexistent Private School Shutdown Order
  10. Already-struggling Oahu florists brace for another closure — and loss of inventory
  11. PUC should take firm hand to force Young Brothers to reform
  12. COVID Impact: Water Board mulls 13% rate hike
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Wednesday, August 26, 2020
August 26, 2020 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:35 PM :: 2760 Views
  1. Caldwell Does What DoH Will Not—500 Contract Tracers to be Hired by County, Hotel Rooms rented for Quarantine
  2. Caldwell, Legislators Bypass DoH to reach Micronesians, Filipinos 
  3. COVID-19 work stoppage cost $3.4M: Most employees back at work after several months of paid leave
  4. The Public Wanted More COVID-19 Data. What DOH Delivered ‘Misses The Point’
  5. Unions Call For Removal Of Hawaii Prison Chief Espinda
  6. Applications bog down Kaua‘i Small Business Boost website
  7. How the Hawaii Department of Education is spending $43M in relief funding
  8. As state seeks additional $300 for unemployed, thousands of claims still left unprocessed
  9. As hospitalizations soar, ‘unprecedented’ number of ERs are turning ambulances away
  10. Lawsuit: BOE illegally ignored public input on Kahuku turbines built near schools
  11. Kealoha Sentencing Set for Tuesday Nov 3 (sort of)
  12. Mike Miske’s family history
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Tuesday, August 25, 2020
August 25, 2020 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:46 PM :: 6159 Views
  1. “People are almost rebelling” against emergency measures—and Kai Kahele is in the middle of it
  2. New data shows young adults have the highest number of COVID-19 diagnoses in Hawaii
  3. Hawaii County Using ESRI App to Spy on Tourists
  4. COVID Positive—11 Days No Call from DoH as Disease Spreads Thru Family
  5. Hospital space at a premium, some COVID-19 patients are now sharing rooms
  6. Hawaii's convalescent plasma supply running low
  7. COVID 20 Cases at Roselani Nursing Home Maui
  8. As federal aid runs thin, a ‘cliff’ looms for Hawaii’s restaurant industry
  9. DOH Official: Some Inmates Who Were Released Caused ‘Spillover’ Infections
  10. No COVID in Sister Isle Jails – Criminals to be released so they can catch it and bring it back in to the Jail when the get rearrested
  11. Thought Control: Acellus online content flagged by ‘Political Correctness’ Censors screaming ‘Raaaacism’
  12. Special Session to Spend COVID Money, New Aloha Stadium Entertainment District?
  13. Hu Honua Threatens $555M Lawsuit (again)
  14. Soft on Crime: Lifelong Criminal Busted Again
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Monday, August 24, 2020
August 24, 2020 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:24 PM :: 3777 Views
  1. Which Lobbyists are Driving COVID Policy?  Hawaii Gov. David Ige declines to address open-records request
  2. Green repeats call for stronger mandates as Hawaii sees another day with 200-plus cases
  3. Health officials reveal Oahu hospitals are becoming full
  4. Beaches, Parks, Trails Closed? Honolulu Mayor’s COVID-19 Rules Defy Science, Experts Say
  5. Waiting Four Months for Unemployment Check
  6. Hawaii quarantine kapu breakers bust count at 45
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Sunday, August 23, 2020
August 23, 2020 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 8:31 PM :: 3676 Views
  1. Hawaii DoH: “An impermeable wall of arrogance”
  2. Why won’t Hawaii Gov. David Ige seek the help he needs on COVID?
  3. Governor’s Latest Bargaining Position: Permanent layoffs, program cuts instead of furloughs
  4. How Many Kids are Showing up for Distance Learning?
  5. “This is a crisis of data….”
  6. Rate of COVID-19 results at Oahu Community Correctional Center dropping
  7. Hale Nani confirms nine residents, two workers test positive for coronavirus
  8. Visitor Aloha Society of Hawaii sent back more than 200 quarantine violators
  9. Food Bank Ends Massive Free Food Distributions
  10. MPD officer death renews calls for police mental health resources
  11. Honolulu Police Officer Awaiting Trial For Domestic Abuse
  12. Con artists are still pitching those sovereignty scams
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Saturday, August 22, 2020
August 22, 2020 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 7:12 PM :: 2459 Views
  1. Hawaii residents frustrated with how coronavirus pandemic is being managed, survey finds
  2. Beaches, parks closed 2 weeks ago and no decline–3,900 active cases 11% will go to Hospital
  3. Hawaii officials eye empty hotel rooms, hostel for quarantine space
  4. Jailed Criminals Start Fights to Force Guards to Rotate COVID Patients Throughout Prison
  5. Airport screener: ‘You can kind of tell’ who plans to skirt rules
  6. City bus drivers frustrated over lack of mask enforcement
  7. COVID-19 hospitalizations highest among seniors but are mounting for younger age groups, too
  8. Activists Allege Illegal Evictions
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Friday, August 21, 2020
August 21, 2020 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 7:16 PM :: 4214 Views
  1. Amemiya Can’t Say No to Campaign Contributors
  2. Money on the table for OHA Insiders: Agency reaches out for funding controversial TMT project
  3. 100 Contact Tracers now at Convention Center
  4. Hawaii’s business leaders warn that the state’s lack of planning will destroy businesses
  5. Hawaii Trails Behind Other States In The Data It Shares About COVID-19
  6. 47 Criminals Released onto Streets
  7. State reveals long-term care facilities in Hawaii have seen 94 COVID-19 cases, 6 deaths
  8. Military Help for Hawaii Hospitals 
  9. HSTA Members Demand to be Paid to Pretend to Work from Home
  10. Kishimoto: Reopening of schools to be approved by health, state, county officials
  11. Ige Rejects $300/wk Federal Unemployment Boost -- State has to pay 25%
  12. Hawaii Lums Run Malaysian Money to Trump?
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Thursday, August 20, 2020
August 20, 2020 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:15 PM :: 8433 Views
  1. Megan Kau Hired by Miske – Will she be elected as the 3rd Prosecutor in a row to have a Miske Connection?
  2. Congressional Chair to Ige; Where did our $50M Go?
  3. Hawaii’s economic woes expected to widen because of poor management and policy decisions
  4. Department of Lame Excuses 
  5. Ige Holds News Conference from Contact Tracing Phone Room
  6. Senators: Teleworking HGEA Members are just Faking it
  7. Lawyers agree on November 3 sentencing date in corruption case for Katherine and Louis Kealoha
  8. Just the beginning --  Five Felony Drug Dealers Released for COVID—450 more to go
  9. Some high-profile inmates request release during coronavirus pandemic
  10. 18 more COVID-19 infections reported at OCCC, bringing cases identified at jail to 267
  11. Corrections oversight panel struggling without staffing
  12. Ala Moana Target Store – ‘Multiple Positive Cases’
  13. Bill 2: Less Parking and Higher Construction Costs
  14. $55M Electric Rate Hike Set for October
  15. More Positions 1: DLIR Slow Down -- Exploiting COVID for Empire Building
  16. More Positions 2: UH regents expect $91M Budget Shortfall—Job Cuts Coming
  17. More Positions 3: Council urges hiring freeze
  18. Last-minute amendment to anti-styrofoam bill
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Wednesday, August 19, 2020
August 19, 2020 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:22 PM :: 3286 Views
  1. Donna Leong submitted Secret Resignation over a month ago—Caldwell Admin Lied About it
  2. Hospitals see encouraging signs that COVID-19 surge is slowing
  3. Ige to extend eviction moratorium
  4. Parents stunned after Nanakuli charter school disenrolls more than 270 students
  5. About 40% of Oahu Community Correctional Center inmates tested for coronavirus are positive
  6. Cluster of COVID-19 cases linked to shelter in Iwilei grows to 35
  7. Where is the state’s Board of Health when we really, really need it?
  8. HGEA to Help Harry Kim’s Son Become Fire Chief?
  9. Feds Revamp Ala Wai Flood Control Plan in Gambit to Bypass Community Opposition
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Tuesday, August 18, 2020
August 18, 2020 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 7:21 PM :: 2732 Views
  1. Ige Plan:  3 Years of Furloughs, Gut EUTF
  2. Court orders release of 200 or more felons as COVID-19 creates excuse
  3. Avoiding Sledgehammer Shutdown Order Possible…but
  4. Schatz: DoH Needs to Stop Refusing Offers of Money, Personnel
  5. This is Hawaii -- DoH Failure Should Be Expected
  6. Young Brothers gets OK to raise rates 46%
  7. Many Hawaii students spend first day online as virus surges
  8. Kauai Candidate Took Illegal Contributions from Lawyers, State Commission Says
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Monday, August 17, 2020
August 17, 2020 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 8:11 PM :: 2991 Views
  1. ‘This is their fault’: Dr. Miscovich rips Hawaii DOH
  2. Hawaii Health Director Bruce Anderson back on job after taking a few days off to ‘re-energize’
  3. Maui: 28 MMMC hospital COVID-19 cases; 2 new at Hale Makua
  4. Health Officials Knew COVID-19 Would Hit Pacific Islanders Hard. The State Still Fell Short
  5. Prisoners COVID Gambit Success, court orders massive release of inmates
  6. Wai'anae houseless village –Leaders move themselves into permanent home
  7. Pitfalls ahead for all-mail voting
  8. DOE Struggles To Get Students The Technology They Need For Online Learning
  9. Auto sales careened downhill 41.8% in the second quarter
  10. TV Anchor Joe Moore Stuns Viewers With Dubious Report On COVID-19
  11. Ex-CIA officer from Hawaii charged with providing secrets to China in case out of ‘spy novel’
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Sunday, August 16, 2020
August 16, 2020 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 7:07 PM :: 4973 Views
  1. Honolulu Stay-at-Home Order Coming this Week?
  2. From Early On, Miske Was On The Path To A Life Of Crime
  3. Local nonprofits fear inmate release will free domestic abusers to Spread COVID to their Victims
  4. Sensing Opportunity Created by ACLU: Book Burning Criminals Light Fires, lockdowns twice at Oahu's largest jail on Saturday
  5. DoE, HSTA Working Together to Ensure Distance learning is a Failure? (again)
  6. COVID Recession Sharply Reduces Electricity Consumption   
  7. Honolulu mayoral candidates pay a hefty price for rail misdeeds—Caldwell Gubernatorial Campaign Doomed
  8. Ige to Kouchi: Senators’ visit to DOH was ‘neither respectful nor appropriate'
  9. Local leaders work to ensure mail-in voting is available to all, despite USPS challenges
  10. DoE Staffer Chooses Homeschooling
  11. ‘COVID-19 exposure’ to staff temporarily closes Kapiolani Medical Center’s Adult ICU
  12. Criminal Gets COVID—tries to use it to justify escape from halfway house
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Saturday, August 15, 2020
August 15, 2020 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:05 PM :: 2470 Views
  1. Whistleblower – DOH has only 9 Contact Tracers  
  2. “Each day a pre-arrival testing program is delayed creates significant economic damage to our state”
  3. State issued orders 5 times this week to keep homeless COVID-19 patients in quarantine
  4. Hawaii Supreme Court Mulls New Release Of Inmates
  5. OCCC inmates with coronavirus rise to 124 with many more still not tested
  6. Maui Jail Memos Show Newly Admitted Inmates Are Isolated For Only 5 Days
  7. Post Office warns Hawaii and 45 other states about mail voting delays
  8. Hawaii Governor Seeking Details on Trump's Unemployment Plan
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Friday, August 14, 2020
August 14, 2020 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 7:56 PM :: 2624 Views
  1. No Tourism Reopening Until 2021?
  2. “Linkage” between the illegitimate world of street crime and the power centers of legitimate society.
  3. DoH Refuses to Hire Micronesian-Language Contact Tracers
  4. With major ICUs nearing capacity, patients are being moved and reinforcements sought to prepare for wave of homeless, criminals
  5. Over 900 Late Ballots Won’t Be Counted In Hawaii Primary
  6. Honolulu Rail Costs To Climb With Dispute Over Airport Section
  7. 64% of Jailed Criminals Have COVID—Lets Release into Streets so they can spread it to everybody else
  8. COVID Spreads Because Soft on Crime Crowd Blocked Construction of New Jails
  9. Hana: Truck Caravans of Locals Bring COVID into Town
  10. LUC: Counties can deny vacation rentals on ag land
  11. Hawaiian Electric finances – fewer tourists and less revenue challenges regulatory model
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Thursday, August 13, 2020
August 13, 2020 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 7:15 PM :: 4521 Views
  1. Health Department has had new contact tracing leader for a month and nobody noticed 
  2. Roy Amemiya Needs to Step Down While FBI Investigates
  3. Mayoral race analysis shows Blangiardi won 26 of 34 districts in primary election
  4. Tulsi Gabbard's Time In Congress Is Almost Up: What's Next?
  5. Vote-By-Mail Helped Perk Up Hawaii Turnout But So Did Some Competitive Races
  6. Digital weapon uses cellphones to spy on quarantined arrivals
  7. Americans Are Heading to Florida and Hawaii for Labor Day Weekend, Data Shows
  8. Who is Lobbying the Governor During ‘Emergency’  -- You’ll Never Know
  9. Hospitals could be overwhelmed in a month if cases of COVID-19 continue to increase at the current rate
  10. Hawaii teacher arrested for violating traveler quarantine
  11. Soft on Crime: 14-Time Loser Gets a 15th Chance
  12. Young Brothers: We Want a Rate Hike (again)
  13. State pension fund pops in final quarter to end year in the black
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Wednesday, August 12, 2020
August 12, 2020 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:44 PM :: 2449 Views
  1. Tracking expert: ‘1 in 50 Oahu residents may have COVID’
  2. DLIR’s Convention Center Phone Bank to Host COVID Tracing Call Center
  3. Ige: surge in COVID cases likely means another delay in reopening tourism
  4. Mass testing underway after COVID-19 outbreak at Iwilei homeless shelter
  5. Mass Testing in Hawaii Jail Begins As More OCCC Inmates Positive For COVID-19
  6. Coronavirus relief funds hitting the streets
  7. Instructors For Hire: How The Pandemic Is Fueling A New Side Business
  8. 'Too big, too close': Kahuku residents picket to stop wind turbine project
  9. Accused Crime Boss Michael Miske Will Remain Behind Bars
  10. Election Recounts Don’t Change Outcomes Of 3 Races
  11. Happy News: Mufi Hannemann and Colleen Hanabusa may have run last campaigns
  12. Gabbard to Run for LG in 2022?
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Tuesday, August 11, 2020
August 11, 2020 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 7:10 PM :: 2501 Views
  1. ‘Out of Control’ -- HGEA grievance cites just 15 contact tracers on Oahu
  2. Contact Tracing: Use DLIR’s Hawaii Convention Center Phone Bank
  3. Over the weekend, Honolulu police issued 1,350 citations to those violating COVID-19 orders
  4. Deputy Sheriffs exposed to inmate with COVID-19 upset DPS didn't notify them
  5. Military and their family account for 7% of Hawaii’s COVID-19 cases
  6. Honolulu election officials address what happens to ballots that missed the Saturday deadline
  7. Who Wrote Letters for Miske? 
  8. Nimitz Homeless Sweep Nets Appliances, SUP Boards
  9. City to Gift Kamehameha Schools Development Plan with $80M in Decorative Improvements to Kalapama Canal
  10. Condo Sales Down Sharply on Maui
  11. What Is the Jones Act, and How Does It Differ From the Passenger Vessel Services Act?
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Monday, August 10, 2020
August 10, 2020 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 8:40 PM :: 3509 Views
  1. Miske Lawyer takes break from chairing OHA Campaign to seek Miske’s release
  2. Hawaii is the Worst State at Containing COVID Spread
  3. Hawaii’s contact tracers are trained to trace the path of coronavirus, but most are waiting to be deployed
  4. Hawaii’s weak contact tracing effort is hindering the control of coronavirus’ spread
  5. Mitch Roth Supports TMT Telescope
  6. DeCoite leads by 91 votes as recount is planned—’Hawaiian Leader’ Ritte Just Couldn’t find enough Upcountry Maui Haoles to Overcome all the Votes Against him in Hoolehua
  7. How Bad Is Hawaii At Social Distancing? Here’s What The Data Shows
  8. Liquor Commission shuts down 10 establishments for violating Mayor’s rules
  9. Mass Release of Criminals Coming -- Total of 6 inmates, 3 adult corrections officers at OCCC test positive for COVID-19
  10. Hawaii County Counsel not Fooled by ‘Sue Big Oil’ Scam
  11. Honolulu Bill 2: You Little People have to Stop Buying Food and Clothing 
  12. Jones Act does add to isles’ high costs, so update it
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Sunday, August 9, 2020
August 9, 2020 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:23 PM :: 2678 Views
  1. Mass Layoffs Coming at UH?
  2. Hawaiian Airlines: From Bad To Worse
  3. Police issued over 200 citations on the first day of Oahu’s new park closures
  4. Two more OCCC inmates have confirmed cases of COVID-19
  5. Homeless Dude has 10 Convictions—State Fails to Force him into Prison-Shelter – now wanted for #11
  6. Kauai 181 Homeless Moved into Housing
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Saturday, August 8, 2020
August 8, 2020 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:27 PM :: 4725 Views
  1. During unannounced visit, senators find only Five Contract Tracers on the job at DoH
  2. DoH Leadership: Senators Visit ‘Reprehensible’
  3. DoH Taking too Long to Notify Micronesian COVID-Positive Cases
  4. DoH Wastes $250K CARES Funds on Marketing Firm
  5. UH-Hilo pushes back on student restrictions
  6. After several delays, Kealoha sentencing discussions resume
  7. Soft on Crime Activists Thrilled about COVID in Jail
  8. Maui County Voter Turnout 43% so far -- Exceeds 2018 Levels
  9. 1,000 Violators -- Maui Prosecutors focusing on travel quarantine violators
  10. Maui police investigating nonprofit
  11. Kauai Bill 2775 -- Styrofoam Ban 
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Friday, August 7, 2020
August 7, 2020 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 7:16 PM :: 2229 Views
  1. One More Day -- You Can Still Register and Vote in Person
  2. ReelectMeMoney: Council members each get $100,000 in coronavirus relief money to give to constituents
  3. 160 HPD Officers to Enforce COVID Rules
  4. Lack of Contract Tracers—DoH Blamed
  5. As COVID-19 infections surge, Oahu hospitals race to create more critical care units
  6. COVID survivor warns of gaps in exposure, prevention and plasma treatment
  7. KFD pension spiking tops entire County
  8. Thousands Languish Without Unemployment Checks Months Into Pandemic
  9. Does Hu Honua Make Financial Sense?
  10. Plaintiffs seek judgment in Maunakea Access Road lawsuit
  11. DoD drops funding for Hawaii-based missile defense radar
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Thursday, August 6, 2020
August 6, 2020 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 11:06 PM :: 2436 Views
  1. Parks, beaches to close, inter-island traveler quarantine reinstated amid COVID-19 surge
  2. COVID Ravages Micronesian Community
  3. Controlled by Unions, Hawaii County Council Crushes Plan to Build Panelized Pre-Fab Housing on Big Island
  4. Mayor Fumes as Chemophobia Caucus Attempts to ‘Settle’ Injection Wells Case 
  5. Supreme Court Hears Challenge To Lawmakers’ Gut-And-Replace Tactics
  6. A&B 31% of Tenants are not Paying Rent
  7. State sees soaring demand for food stamps, health insurance assistance
  8. “100% Hanabusa Supporter” behind the anti-Keith Amemiya attack ads
  9. Hu Honua Costs 3 times more than other energy sources
  10. How One Homelessness Group Gets Lots of Ballots Mailed to it
  11. Soft on Crime: Mother Stabber Gets off Easy, Assaults Police Officers and is still out on street to do it again
  12. Soft on Crime Courts Play Patty-Cake with Murder Conviction
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Wednesday, August 5, 2020
August 5, 2020 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:33 PM :: 5632 Views
  1. 30,000 Vanished Workers Just the Beginning of Mass Exodus from Hawaii
  2. Kaneshiro Held Fundraiser at Accused Murderer’s Nightclub (and so did Carlisle)  
  3. Caldwell: Now That FBI is after Amemiya he is ‘Needed on the job more than ever!’
  4. Mrs Blangiardi Gives Money to Josh Green Campaign
  5. Oahu Voters Have Already Cast More Ballots Than In 2016 Primary
  6. COVID Enforcement: Alaska vs Hawaii
  7. Ige Likely to Cancel Sept 1 Reopening
  8. Poll: Hawaii Voters Don’t Like School, Tourism Reopen Plans
  9. Hawaii’s military COVID-19 case count still a mystery
  10. Crackdown After 36 Cases in Public Housing
  11. Many private schools' enrollments are up in pandemic
  12. Business owners unsure if bar closure applies to them
  13. Blue Planet Foundation: Here are 50 Ways we can exploit COVID Crisis to put more money in Green Energy Scammers Pockets
  14. Hu Honua: ILWU’s Overpriced Tree-Burning Scheme Back Before PUC
  15. Honolulu Department of Planning and Permitting changes process for residential permits
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Tuesday, August 4, 2020
August 4, 2020 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 7:06 PM :: 2620 Views
  1. Poll: Blangiardi Holds Double-Digit Lead In Honolulu Mayor’s Race
  2. Poll: Steve Alm Still Ahead In Race For Honolulu Prosecutor
  3. More than a year after guilty verdict, still no sentencing date for Kealohas, police officers
  4. Hospital CEO Warns Hawaii On Track To Exceed Health System Capacity
  5. DoH Again Resists call for More Contract Tracers
  6. House COVID-19 Committee: We Need More Info From Health Department
  7. DoH:  Where COVID Spreading
  8. 30,000 Hawaii workers may have opted out of job market in July
  9. Small business revenue sees a decline in July
  10. Hawaii’s vacation rentals hard hit in June by lockdowns and low travel demand
  11. EMS faces 'challenges with staffing' as more first responders test positive for COVID-19
  12. Micronesians make up one-third of all COVID-19 cases in Hawai'i
  13. State debunks popular Oahu church’s fake face mask waiver
  14. Locals Trash Hawaii Parks in Ways Tourists Never Did
  15. The Dirty Secrets Of ‘Clean’ Electric Vehicles
  16. Ten of the 23 shelters at Waiale park are occupied
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Monday, August 3, 2020
August 3, 2020 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 7:09 PM :: 3615 Views
  1. Federal Agent Shot Dead at Maui Police Station—News Kept Secret 3 Days
  2. Green says new statewide lockdown might be only way out
  3. Summer School Tied to Six COVID Cases
  4. Hawaii's Tourism Industry Has Ground To A Halt, Taking State Revenue Down With It
  5. Hawaii County Bill 179: PRP, Carpenters Union Try to Block Affordable Modular Housing
  6. Proposed Hawaii Island Tree-to-Electricity Saga Enters New Phase
  7. Large Discrepancy in Reported Union Campaign Contributions
  8. My mail-in ballot was rejected…so I’m voting in person
  9. Plaintiffs seek judgment in Maunakea Access Road lawsuit
  10. Oceanit Schemes for COVID Subsidy Money with Copycat Saliva Test
  11. ACLU: We made you close the insane asylums, now we will force you to stop arresting crazy people when they commit crimes
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Sunday, August 2, 2020
August 2, 2020 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:47 PM :: 3268 Views
  1. HART to Sign Secret $4B Rail Contract 
  2. COVID: Hawaii Heading for 5,000 Cases by Sept 1
  3. Borreca: Democrats Must Vote for Mafia Candidate for Mayor
  4. More Mafia News: Miske defendant seeking release from federal detention also faces felony assault charges in state court
  5. Pushing Overpriced Hu Honua Electricity, PRP, ILWU Trying to Buy Big Island Council Seat
  6. Health official says COVID-19 cluster on Maui is tied to large beach parties
  7. Hawaii business owners hold virtual rally to call for government action
  8. Lab result delays cause lower case count as health leaders continue call for self-sustained testing
  9. Hawaii Wanted To Save Insurance Money. People Died
  10. Maui Uses COVID Rules to Clamp Down on TVRs (again)
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Saturday, August 1, 2020
August 1, 2020 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 9:06 PM :: 1919 Views
  1. Isle voter turnout surging in first-ever all-mail election
  2. Quarantine is Fake: Number of Tourists Doubles Every Month Since April
  3. Students being welcomed back on campus at private schools
  4. Former homeless mothers enjoy new apartments after transitioning from Kahaluu housing program
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