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Wednesday, September 30, 2009
September 30, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 11:10 AM :: 9017 Views

Democrat Borreca: Race for Abercrombie's seat should be exciting

Kat Brady: What are the real reasons for closing Kulani?

Ethics issues could block private hiring of furloughed teachers  (DoE excuse #1)

Deals could snarl school staffing (DoE excuse #2)

Hawaii poverty rate rose last year by 15,000 people to 9.1%

Georgi nails Islam Day

Maui County takeover of environmental reviews rejected

UH Manoa’s Gartley Hall Being Closed Due to Major Structural Damage

Florence Nakakuni Confirmed by Full US Senate as US Attorney for the District of Hawaii


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Tuesday, September 29, 2009
September 29, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:26 PM :: 12604 Views

Charter schools skip furloughs (Convert every DoE School NOW)

Parents consider paying teachers (Who needs the DoE when we can do it ourselves)

Big Isle library stays open as donations top $100,000 (Who needs the DoE--we can fund it ourself)

Hawaii law to buy cheap prescription drugs fails

Lingle drops plans for Maui prison (Holding Legislator responsible for his chatter)

Kauai: County manager proponent quits

Appeals court judge will be retiring early

Honolulu rail's PR effort costs $5.6M

Hawaii officials to scrutinize cash transactions

Seawater project's price tag increases

SB: Isle Filipinos fear for loved ones in Manila

SB: Watada victory bittersweet

Kenoi vetoes Puna tent bill

County wins financial reporting award

NYT: Socialism takes a hit in Europe

ADV: Hawaii under tsunami watch after 7.9 quake off Samoa

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Monday, September 28, 2009
September 28, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:19 PM :: 6698 Views

Lingle not to blame for teacher furloughs

Teachers' health cost stays same in Hawaii (VEBA Plan nearly insolvent)

ADV: OHA strategy gets needed fine-tuning

Shaping U.S. ocean policy (Fish farming?  Fishing strangled by enviros?)

Lay nets threaten Hawaii sea life

Time to move ahead with next landfill

Environmental Council defers further work

Hawaii beach weddings targeted

Abercrombie: Withdraw from Afghanistan 

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Sunday, September 27, 2009
September 27, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:33 PM :: 7886 Views

HSTA Insisted on Friday Furlough Days, tries to blame Governor

SB: OHA strategy hedges Akaka bet

Isle TV consolidation hurts public interest

Kalapa: State taxpayers are tapped out and bone dry

SB Oi:  State's lack of foresight has us making lemonade

ADV: Let's move off the dime, and on with rail (Mufi's election campaign hangs by thread)

Engineer flies daily to Kauai

Hawaii subsidies cut for livestock feed

Hawaii fishers at odds over what to do about declining catches

Hawaii Agit-Prop: DU killed soldier

Man facing felony charges gets 10 days in prison

Panelists underscore need to preserve land, animals  (Wanna be aristocrats demand land)

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Saturday, September 26, 2009
September 26, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:52 PM :: 9358 Views

Hawaii teacher furloughs leave school trips, activities in limbo  (DoE choice of furlough dates Creating Chaos for 2010)

Economic growth in Honolulu at 1.4%

WHT: Hawaii health care could use major surgery

Couple alleges medical cover-up

SB Priority: Move on medical marijuana

Kamehameha School puts teacher on leave

Isle divorce rate among lowest

Honolulu may appeal 3-year limit on use of Leeward landfill site: 'Game of chicken'

Kauai: Salaries freeze for top county officials

County spends $77K on off-island trips

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Friday, September 25, 2009
September 25, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:27 PM :: 6780 Views

Hawaii teacher furloughs will cut class time, not preparation days

Labor relations board orders state to provide HGEA with layoff criteria

Life and Death Medical Challenges in Maui

UHERO: Quarterly Hawai‘i Forecast Update: Recovery Still Around the Corner

Adv: Businesses need protection from tax shock

Budget shuffle keeps ag inspectors on the job (End one budget propaganda game)

Unemployed -- and annoyed (Beginning of another Budget propaganda game)

Honolulu gets to use Leeward landfill site for only 3 more years

SB: Board says councilwoman violated ethics code

Part of Sunshine Law suit dismissed

Islam Day honors commonality (one more lie about how this came to be held on Sept 24/Sept 11 Julian)

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Thursday, September 24, 2009
September 24, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 10:47 AM :: 10421 Views

SB: Apply school days off wisely

Manoa Faculty Grills UH On Budget

Anti-Superferry protester Hooser: Across-the-board layoffs do not create savings (Raise taxes and risk default to save my precious HGEA)

Office of Hawaiian Affairs downsizing, shifting strategy

Gay & Robinson era ends

Kauai: Attorney halts plastic bag ban bill

Bill marks start of solution to B&B dispute

Hoku's Idaho plant gets back on track survives for 2 more months

Guam measure sets up conflict

Court suspends Hilo lawyer Curtis Narimatsu

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Wednesday, September 23, 2009
September 23, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:26 PM :: 7773 Views

Teachers ratify new state contract by 81 percent

Democrat Borreca: Someday our legislators must learn to say 'No'

Republican Bean announces campaign for SD 24

'No evidence' to support allegations of corruption against Hawaii judge Michael Town

BJ Reyes: Hawaii ACORN Office Abandoned

Shapiro: With God on our side

Getting unions' vote, via Guam

Hawaii's tax burden ranks 24th in the U.S.

Liu blasted over layoffs

Honolulu council's zoning panel approves bill to lift B&B ban

Kauai: Shoreline, TVR bills deferred

Quintal: Aloha Tower agency made right call rejecting deal

Big Isle economy looks 'pretty bleak'

American Samoa governor says territory should buy tuna cannery

'Barbarian Princess' film title raises some hackles in Hawaii

HOPE offers benefits for justice system

ADV: Net neutrality still essential

Hawaii not seen as target in latest Islamist terror plot

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Tuesday, September 22, 2009
September 22, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 2:30 PM :: 8365 Views

State labor talks could hinge on HSTA vote

Teachers vote on contract  (D-Day for Team Chaos 2010)

SB: Hawaii teachers face painful vote

Furlough dates set for Hawaii public school teachers

Schools need help through budget shortfall

Last inmates leave Big Isle prison

Isle housing costs now highest in U.S

Unity House gets final OK to buy Waikiki hotel

More than 10,000 children in isles remain uninsured (Obamacare agitprop)

Maui developer must pay $232,700 for damages blamed on construction

Waianae teacher and students march on after the high school's band program is shut down

Kauai police chief says he won't seek top job with HPD

Isle nonprofits are struggling

KTA reconsiders Hilo renovation

ADA upgrades over budget, behind schedule

County struggles to sell Hamakua property (Monsanto busts lie)

Economic Strength of Hawaii Seed Crop Industry Confirmed By Recent Reports

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Monday, September 21, 2009
September 21, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 11:36 AM :: 8759 Views

Damien clan plans to attend ceremony

SB: Single ocean policy a tall order

Opportunities abound for Guard

Shelters see rising demand

Despite obstacles, condo project pushes forward

SB: Don't reward illegal B&B operators

Pot eradication continues

Your trash is going to cost you

SB: We are judged by how we treat our animals

QUACK: Naturopathic doctors get enabling legislation

Arts foundation layoffs imperil federal funding 

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Sunday, September 20, 2009
September 20, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 11:54 AM :: 11576 Views

Parents and teachers unhappy with proposed furloughs

241 removed from furlough list

SB: Legislature's Jobless fund inaction puzzling

U.S. Senate OKs $30M for Oahu rail

Kauai: OHA blocks bike path along highway

N Kona: New development in the works

Child-molester's friend Joe Bertram an advocate for what makes an individual

Burglary is top crime problem at UH

SB: Rising health costs outpace isle workers' pay, report says

Hawaii convention center falls far short of economic goals

HA: It's time to get Office of Elections in order


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Saturday, September 19, 2009
September 19, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:36 PM :: 10342 Views

Schools would likely be closed on the Fridays when teachers take furlough

Meetings by AARP help residents Obamabots pretend that Town-halls have happened in Hawaii understand health care reform

GMO taro ban wins initial approval

Professor accused of sex assaults over 6-year span

Kauai Indictment: ex-cop Bonachita pulled knife on Kagawa ‘South Park’ creator Parker also threatened

Hawaii Co. Councilor: Freeze county hiring

Kauai: Burial council to meet in October

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Friday, September 18, 2009
September 18, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 11:20 AM :: 7273 Views

Unemployment fund running dry

Council should sleep on it

Wienert in favor of Kahului international airport

Hawaii County Council looks to keep the peace

UH professors to vote on "final" contract offer

UH professor arrested in sexual assault

Board must step up, make tough decisions

Hilo teacher to be sentenced for selling 'ice'

Kauai: Ex-cop Bonachita under arrest for weapons, burglary

Maui: Medical marijuana front for drug dealers

Furloughs begin for public defenders

Ex-Hawaii inmate awarded $932,900 for substandard medical care

AARP to brief public on health care reform pitch Obamacare

Abercrombie: F135 Mishap Shows Second JSF Engine a Must

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Thursday, September 17, 2009
September 17, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:21 PM :: 8495 Views

Hawaii Labor Relations Board asked to halt layoffs

Lingle sued over plan to close prison

Hawaii schools hope to minimize effects of furloughs on classes

SB: Fix elections office (peddles vote-by-mail again)

2 Honolulu police put on leave after drug charges in Las Vegas  (paid or unpaid????)

Hawaii health insurance costs far outpacing wages, group says

Council favors sidewalk sleep ban

Tax exemption for energy projects wins Council OK survey finds Honolulu is not in the top 20 destinations for American tourists

CQ: Can Ex-Congressman Make Case to Return to Congress? 

Drug runner gets 15 years

Kenoi pushes for ethics reform (hilarious headline)

Ford's effort to rein in developer delayed

Baucus Bill could gut Hawaii Law: Exemption may be needed to keep employer-provided insurance programs intact

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Wednesday, September 16, 2009
September 16, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:59 PM :: 8758 Views

SB: Follow HSTA's lead

Democrat Borreca:  'Third rail' of isle politics (Gay Marriage) looms just over horizon

BOE panel rejects rise in bus fares

Arguments in report from Kamehameha Schools 'rehash' issues, official says

Broadband grants lure $350M in bids: Rural, under-served areas target of national program to improve online access

Adv: Fair Elections Now Act deserves support

Elections chief draws ire of Senate's finance chair

Kauai: Mayor supports plastic bag ban

Maui: Build 'em up and shake 'em down

Big Island Mayor eyes Deep and Painful Cuts

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Tuesday, September 15, 2009
September 15, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 10:59 AM :: 7274 Views

Gov. Lingle reviewing HSTA-DoE settlement

Funding details on rail campaign remain secret

Five steps between Mufi and Rail

DoE/BoE Solution: School bus fare may go up 114% (so we can keep getting our 'top three years' and retire)

Hawaii cited in report for improving children's health care

Report ranks city's economy 19th best

Property crimes in Honolulu dropped as violent crimes rose

Maui judge formalizes ruling that bans electronic voting

Isles' beef, pork, egg production drop

Hon Adv: Supreme Court should clarify worth of years-old Turtle Bay EIS

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Monday, September 14, 2009
September 14, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:06 PM :: 10283 Views

7.8% in Hawaii are uninsured

SB: Tort reform worth trying  (Prep work for next Legislative session)

No pot task force this year (now THIS proves the crisis is SERIOUS)

Increase in food demand overwhelms soup kitchens

Kobayashi spent $88,475 to win seat

Consumption up 15% since conservation goal set 2 years ago

Tower of trouble

Hokulia furloughs most of its staff (destroyed by OHA greenmail--finished off by the Obama economy)

West Hi Today vs Cnty of Hawaii: 9/12 Update

Kauai: Vacation rental owners ‘beg’ county for help

South Point resort development eyed

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Sunday, September 13, 2009
September 13, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 11:38 AM :: 9123 Views

VIDEO AP Fact Check: Obama's Health Care Claims

Nursing home fined $3,000: Nu'uanu Hale incident focuses attention on patient 'dumping' issue

Kamehameha Schools proposes cheaper Honolulu rail plan

Hawaii Students, Soldiers Unite at Freedom Walk to Honor Those Who Died in 9-11 Terrorist Attack

Honolulu Chief remembers lost loved one in 9/11 attack

Hilo students mark Sept. 11

9/11 + 8

2.1% seat decline expected in Isles

Friends of the Library of Hawaii has received heartfelt letters and $50,000 in donations

School support groups pitch in to find funds

Taking back the streets

Charter proposal could double council terms

No can: Kenoi vows to veto land sale bill

Kauai: More crime, less time

Kauai: Still no consensus on 20.02D

Scrutiny grows over Raycom's Hawaii TV station merger

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Saturday, September 12, 2009
September 12, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:09 PM :: 7573 Views

State, UPW fight over arbitrator

State turning to inmate labor to save in Hawaii's budget crunch


Changes prompt deaf residents to sound off

Kohala school closing considered

DHHL case in judge's hands

State speeds probe of Hawaii County Council's actions

Keaukaha man refuses to pay HECLO monthly charges of up to $1,600

Big Isle ag interests lobby at state Capitol to keep inspectors

Puna teacher is isle's best

Ex-Hawaii resident faces life in prison for distributing meth (Vegas-Honolulu connection)

SB: U.S. tourism bill good for isles

Hawaiian Air pilots vote to allow strike

Unfinished Honolulu condo headed for foreclosure auction

Adv: Time to try more rename Obamacare "Holistic Health Care"

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Friday, September 11, 2009
September 11, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:40 PM :: 6786 Views

Grief for Hawaii victim of 9/11 'closer to surface' on anniversary

Lingle seeks ways to cut expenses after tax revenue collections drop 5%

UHERO: Construction industry has yet to hit bottom

Workers' comp costs cut again: Hawaii employers likely to get 4.1% premium break

Suit filed over 'unilateral' move to fill justice post (Democrat power grab)

Sandwich Isles asks FCC to overturn ruling that rejects aid for new undersea cable

Entertainer Bumatai sentenced in tax case

'Career criminal' indicted on charges of assaulting, murdering Kalihi teen

Kamehameha must renew sense of trust

Atheist Lobby: Exclude religion from discrimination laws

SB: Public option should not kill deal

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Thursday, September 10, 2009
September 10, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 10:32 AM :: 8467 Views

Lingle, HGEA said to be near deal

Caldwell entering mayoral race

Okino to run against state Rep. Oshiro (Gay marriage Democrat Showdown)

DePledge: Hawaii Ron Paul Supporters Implode

DePledge: Ron Paul Supporter Eric Ryan dumps Carroll, sets up anti-Lingle site

A gift from Obama: Andy Winer leaves Hawaii

Kauai: Plastic Bag Ban Deferred

Hawaii County Council Power Play: Public can have its say -- again

FAKE? -- Big plan for Ka'u unveiled

Hawaii County: Proposed amendment could make recalls easier

Hawaii hotels have 'worst summer' with July occupancy 70.3%

Hawaii foreclosures filings in August 2nd-highest on record

Delinquencies soar in Hawaii car loans

Alleged sex-assault victim has grown reclusive

SB: Report sex assaults

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Wednesday, September 9, 2009
September 9, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:48 PM :: 9917 Views

Honolulu Meth-Dealer Protection Racketeer tied to Mehau, politicians

Hilo man held in child porn (on probation)

Hawaii murder suspect already on probation in domestic violence

SB: HOPE deserves support

Big Isle man charged in 5-year-old's death

KSBE: Next time a girl is raped and kidnapped, police will be notified (this is progress?)

Senators offer option to air layoff concerns  (no solutions, just another HGEA campaign 2010 rally)

More Honolulu employers plan to trim jobs

Kauai: Commission defers action on 30 vacation-rental requests (Stimulating the economy, eh?)

State of Hawaii Heats Up the Fight Against Bed Bugs (another problem for tourism caused by environmentalists)

Democrat Borreca: Polls in governor's race too sketchy to count on

160 soldiers back home 

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Tuesday, September 8, 2009
September 8, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 11:54 AM :: 6686 Views

Economy dims unions' festivities

State disputes dropout count (The figures don't lie but the DoE sure can figure)

Hawaii's private schools boost aid

The Akaka Bill Dilemma

SB gives space to "Truther": Local TV-film industry is precious investment

Shield law protects isle filmmaker's sources

Fishing village at Honolulu's Pier 38 may soon be fully leased

HMSA hired lobbyist to seek stimulus cash

Kauai Ethics Board’s opinion may set precedent

Adv: New 'circuit breaker' can ease tax burden

Renewable energy surging

Animal Liberation group harasses UH scientists

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Monday, September 7, 2009
September 7, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:42 PM :: 7232 Views

Adv: "Much smaller government now seems inevitable"

DoE Failure: Tough times for Hawaii dropouts

Advertiser decries open, competitive bidding on State contracts: "Hawaii law may hurt farmers"

Hundreds gather to honor a queen

Gas consumption in Islands declines -- Obamanomics

Whole Foods Market/will delay opening -- Obamanomics

SB: A lawmaker's long reach (Abercrombie campaign commercial)

Land Use Commission takes on city plan to extend life of Waimanalo Gulch landfill

Health care reform vital to practically everyone

DNA leads police to suspect in teen's strangling death

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Sunday, September 6, 2009
September 6, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:02 PM :: 9972 Views

Controversy over fiery remarks fells Abercrombie's 9-11 truther point man for "green jobs" (one down, many to go)

Oi: Community activists are also everyday folks

Adv: Obama must point way to affordable care (Obamabot media ready to throw in the towel?)

Hawaii tax credit program cost state $1.29 billion through 2008

Suspect arrested in strangling death (taxpayer subsidized?) 

Where hope thrives (Probation reform)

$B: Akaka Bill $upporter ignore$ inherent Kanaka Maoli right$  $$$$$

Downturn offers opportunity, Lingle says

SB: Funding to fix rough roads must wait

Project aims to have all state 3rd-graders reading by 2015

$14.6 million Hilo fire department complex OK'd over fears about radio tower

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Saturday, September 5, 2009
September 5, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 11:09 AM :: 7191 Views

Arbitrator, HGEA vote to closes state hearings

BJ Penn and Hawaii tech firms got $140M in tax breaks

SB: Finally deals with US Civil Rights commission on Akaka Bill

SB: School did not report alleged sex assault of 12-year-old girl

Public will pay $100K for secret Harry Kim accident

Builder bound by red tape

Maui: Agricultural inspector layoffs slammed

Media Council to Challenge Raycom Honolulu TV Deal

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Friday, September 4, 2009
September 4, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 11:12 AM :: 6826 Views

FULL TEXT: Governor Lingle's Internet Address on Budget, Negotiations  -- And Responses

Furloughs vs Layoffs: The union no-solution strategy

SB: Feds owe more to migrants (Please bail the HGEA out!)

City Workers To Be Directly Observed At Drug Testing

Litany of cutback articles

Invasive species funds could be rerouted

Dashefsky and Ako among TV layoffs

Lockheed locked in on clean energy

No quick fixes for Valley Isle

Adv: Kaka'ako moves toward a vibrant future

Coffee production up, but value drops

Hokulia road funding on track

Council OKs tent bill (affordable housing solution?)

Council Kills Bus BO Bill (Still legal to urinate on bus)

Mufi sings on hold at Honolulu Hale

Democrat Burris:  No sign of dynastic politics here

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Thursday, September 3, 2009
September 3, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:23 PM :: 12550 Views

Hirono Townhall on Kauai: Health care myths busted (our objective media)

Hawaii County: Move to fund County Auditor's department without oversight on hold

WHT suit alleges multiple council violations

Hamakua land sale panned again

Honolulu vote on banning smelly people on public transit delayed

Ho`opili: Legislators mouth off

Kakaako high-rise development plan approved by state

No Child Left Behind testing going online in Hawaii in 2011

2 boys held in alleged sex assault on girl, 12, at Kamehameha campus

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Wednesday, September 2, 2009
September 2, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 11:09 AM :: 8455 Views

Rep. Abercrombie & Rep. Hirono Hold Meeting on Health Care Reform (by conference call)

Court blocks Hawaii from cutting health benefits for Micronesians (Obamacare Preview)

"Karen's Law" Case: Suspect seeks to nullify confession, murder count

Perry: Misconduct ‘a failure of leadership’

Lender keeps Makena open

Opposition grows in Ewa

Hawaii libraries to seek donations to keep branches open

Bag ban bill moves forward

Trials With the Hawaii Department of Education Include Putting Our Son in a Dirty Isolation Room

Molokai: Firefighters battle blaze on difficult forest terrain

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Tuesday, September 1, 2009
September 1, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:45 PM :: 8086 Views

Maui News Polls labor negotiations

Makena foreclosure could also shutter Maui Prince

Bankruptcy filings trail in August  (BKs soared 35.3% and this is the headline?)

State finds $1.5M for dialysis

HA: State should allow school reconstitution

SB: Isle schools right to limit recruiting

Hawaii wildfire growing, puts native Molokai forests in danger

Kilauea River Clean Up Project Funding in Jeopardy

Public housing getting facelift

Bankers' group foreclosure survey ranks Hawaii as 9th-worst state

Foster kids sue Hawaii, abusers

Meth investigation leads to regional award for KPD

Heavy hitters bat for multiple offender

No life sentence for paroled murderer

Pacifist admits to shooting son to death

Punaluu man honored for Vietnam service

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