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Hometown Heroes: Hui of volunteers sews and distributes thousands of masksEditor's note: Each Wednesday, West Hawaii Today is publishing a story about individuals, groups or organizations that have helped make life better for others in our community during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Tuesday records big spike in COVID-19 numbersState Health Director Bruce Anderson called the 41 new COVID-19 cases reported Tuesday "a wake-up call for all of us that it is still a serious threat in Hawaii."

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Drive-through options dwindle as COVID testing approach changesAs Hawaii's COVID-19 case count continues to climb, drive-through testing opportunities in East Hawaii are dwindling.

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Resolution calls for halt to controversial 5G developmentThe Hawaii County Council will consider pursuing action to bar 5G cellular network development on the Big Island until the controversial technology is proven to be safe.

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State reports highest daily number of new COVID cases since MarchState Health Director Bruce Anderson called the 41 new COVID-19 cases reported Tuesday "a wake-up call for all of us that it is still a serious threat in Hawaii."

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Prominent Hawaii doctor says state should delay plan for trans-Pacific visitorsOne of Hawaii's most visible physicians on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic said Tuesday that Gov.

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Company connected to Senate president gets virus relief loanHONOLULU — A company that state Senate President Ronald Kouchi owns shares in and is employed by received a small business coronavirus relief loan from the federal government, according to data released by the Small Business Administration.

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Instructor moves classes online so her students can stay fit amid pandemicFitness instructor Faith Elarionoff modified her classes to continue leading exercises via the Zoom video conferencing app during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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State briefs for July 8All employees involved in the classes have self-isolated in accordance with protocols issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the state Department of Health, the air carrier said.

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Bill would incentivize conservation, reforestation of native treesAs part of an effort to stimulate reforestation efforts on the Big Island, the County Council will consider a bill that would lower property taxes for owners of certain forest lands.

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4-foot ball python captured in HiloA live 4-foot ball python was captured Monday in Hilo by an American Medical Response ambulance crew.

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New mobile cat clinic has hands fullKAPA‘A — The Kaua‘i Community Cat Project mobile clinic crew had their hands full with 28 cats on the calendar, Tuesday during the mobile clinic's appearance at the All Saints Gym parking area in Kapa‘a.

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Giving back is in the bloodFrom donating to food banks to helping coordinate fundraisers, Kaua‘i custom home builder and "Dateline" TV show producer Luis Soltren has been busy helping his Kaua‘i community stay strong through the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Former missing man Whittingham arrested for assaultLIHU‘E — Nicholas Whittingham, 60, of Kapa‘a, was arrested by Kaua‘i police around 11:30 a.m.

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Voter registration offered todayLIHU‘E — The Elections Division of the Office of the County Clerk will be offering drive-thru voter-registration services in the back parking area between the Historic County Building and state Department of Human Services Kaua‘i Processing Center.

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Lorraine's lunchtimeKAPA‘A — It was lunchtime, but it was only Tuesday for Lorraine Rapozo and her passengers Amanda Kaleiohi, who lives with Alzheimer's Disease, and her daughter Sheryl Kaleiohi, who is fighting stage 4 cancer.

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Arrest log for Wednesday, July 8, 2020Theft 2, theft of credit card , fraudulent use of a credit card , theft 3: 9 a.m., Sebastian Jameson Crowner, 26, male, Kapa'a.

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Man dies in motorcycle crashPRINCEVILLE — A 58-year-old Kapa‘a man died in a single vehicle crash Monday around 6:15 p.m.

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Kouchi business gets PPP fundsHONOLULU — A company that Hawaii Senate President Ronald Kouchi owns shares in and is employed by received a small business coronavirus relief loan from the U.S. government, according to data released by the Small Business Administration.

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Bulosan pleas no contestCounty Council candidate Addison Bulosan pleaded no contest on Tuesday in a case in which he was cited for violating Gov.

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Kauai Food Businesses Persist During Pandemic Thanks To GrantWith money from Common Ground, two companies are finding ways to scale up and pivot away from tourism despite COVID-19.

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Substitute Teachers ‘Falling Through The Cracks' Without Unemployment PaymentsPublic schools depend on substitutes to help deal with a statewide teacher shortage, but their eligibility for summer unemployment insurance is in limbo.

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VIDEO: The Job Interview — Honolulu Mayoral Candidate Mufi HannemannIn an hourlong conversation, the candidate fields questions from Civil Beat and Hawaii News Now on leadership, property taxes, tourism and the economic crisis due to COVID-19.

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Mufi Hannemann: He Was Mayor Once Before. Will That Help Or Hurt With Voters?In the Honolulu mayor's race, a seasoned politician like Hannemann can tout his successes but also has a long record ripe for scrutiny.

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Voting By Mail Process In Hawaii Still Needs WorkThe state and counties must do more to inform people during these difficult times.

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Let's Bring More Local Food To Local TablesBeing true stewards of what sustains us is here and now.

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Hawaiian Word of the Day: July 8thOne of the best known Hawaiian words is hula, meaning to dance. Hula is a very generic term for dance.

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Newly-discovered seaweed species threatens protected coral reef in HawaiiScientists have said the algae is spreading faster than anything they have seen in the remote Northwestern Hawaiian Islands.

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #104: SummerThe past few weeks I've spent time going through old photos. Having spent our 25th anniversary at home last month, I've reminisced about past anniversaries and how...

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Spike In Covid-19 Cases Is A 'Wake Up Call' For ResidentsState officials reported 41 new cases on Tuesday, the highest single-day increase since the start of the pandemic.

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Ball python found in Hilo by ambulance crewA live ball python snake was captured early Monday in Hilo by an American Medical Response ambulance crew.

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Fish to Dish Assures Food SecurityHonolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell today announced a "Fish to Dish" program to ensure food security for the people of O'ahu by supporting Hawai'i's longline fishing industry, the Honolulu Fish Auction, and the distribution of fresh fish to communities across the island.

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Experts say Hawaii on track to see more spikes in COVID-19 casesI believe we are going to see spikes. We are going to see outbreaks that we didn't anticipate.""

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Governor Says Highest COVID-19 Case Count Still ManageableHawaii daily update of coronavirus reports and statistics from government departments as of Monday, July 15, 2020 in the Aloha State shows the highest COVID-19 case count to date.

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Hawaii firefighters union endorses Mufi Hannemann for Honolulu mayor"We are very proud to endorse Mufi Hannemann in his bid to return to city hall," said HFFA President Robert Lee, in a news release.

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Pahoa man arrested after disturbance at Hilo Home DepotA 55-year-old Pahoa man was arrested Tuesday afternoon after police were sent to the Hilo Home Depot store to a report of a disturbance.

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What Governor Ige did not say today in regards the COVID-19 spreadHawaii News : Local with a global view with a focus on the Hawaii Travel and Tourism world.

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Traffic Shift on Hwy 130 at Ainaloa Begins MondayThe Hawaii Department of Transportation informs the public of a traffic shift at the intersection of Keaau-Pahoa Road and Ainaloa Boulevard beginning Monday, July 20 to continue installation of a compact roundabout and related improvements.

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Honolulu Mayor Caldwell rings the alarm bell on tourism todayHawaii News : Local with a global view with a focus on the Hawaii Travel and Tourism world.

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4th Honolulu Employee Tests Positive For COVID-19A mother and son tested positive as Hawaii hit its highest number of daily cases yet.

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Political Signs Not Permitted in County Right of WaysThe County of Hawai'i Department of Public Works would like to remind the public that while political signs are allowed on private property they are not allowed in the County right of way or at county facility properties, per County Code.

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'Hawaii Five-0,' 'Magnum P.I.' producer fired by CBSPeter Lenkov dismissed by CBS for creating a 'toxic work environment'

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Pahoa Animal Hospital Now in OperationAfter years in the works, the Pāhoa Animal Hospital opened its doors this month.

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UFC 251: Max Holloway to auction off fight kit for Hawaii FoodbankWith the Hawaiian unemployment soaring during the COVID-19 pandemic, Max Holloway is doing his part to help out.

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Missing PM Prompts George Christensen To Offer To Search For ScoMo In ManilaWith reports of Prime Minister Scott Morrison being 'missing in inaction' National's member George Christensen has volunteered to lead the search party and will do so starting in Manila.

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Newly Discovered Algae Infesting Hawai'i's Northwestern WatersA fast-growing species of algae was discovered to be infesting Hawai'i's northwestern waters.

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Environmental Services Employee Tests Positive for COVID-19Hawaii News : Local with a global view with a focus on the Hawaii Travel and Tourism world.

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The Conversation: Assets School's Fall PlansAssets School's plan for the fall; Paddlers get back in the water; Ige nominees face Senate opposition; ACLU Hawaii on criminal justice reform.

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HPR Streaming Music Show ArchiveHawaii Public Radio is now offering on-demand listening for a few of our HPR music shows.

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The Case of the Curious Car AccidentsSergeant Victor Yamamoto immediately recognized the three short pops as gunfire. He took a quick look in the direction of the sounds and determined they were coming from right across King Street.

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Hawaiian Launches Travel Assistance Program for College StudentsHawaiian Airlines has established a new travel assistance program for college students returning to school in the fall in an effort to ease the transition amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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2,637 People Arrived in Hawaii YesterdayThis data was collected from the Hawaii Department of Transportation's. Mandatory Travel Declaration Form. The following table shows what the Oahu visitors indicated as the purpose of their trip, and they can choose more than one.

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DOH reports 41 new COVID-19 cases in Hawaii, largest one-day total during pandemicThe state Department of Health reports 41 new cases of COVID-19 statewide as of noon today.

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41 New COVID-19 Cases in Hawai'i Marks Largest Single Day IncreaseThere are 41 new COVID-19 cases reported for Hawaiʻi today-38 on the island of Oʻahu, two on Kauaʻi and one on Hawaiʻi Island-marking the largest single day increase in cases since the pandemic began.

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DOH reports 41 new cases of COVID-19, including one on Hawaii IslandState officials announced 41 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, bringing Hawaii's total number of cases to 1,071.

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Green Confirms Highest Daily Case Total of COVID-19 Since Pandemic BeganLt. Governor Josh Green confirmed the daily tally to multiple news sources Tuesday morning. The statewide total of COVID-19 cases now stands at 1,071.

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Summer Learning Surveys for Secondary Students and FamiliesTo learn more about the experiences and needs related to summer learning across the state, the Department is seeking feedback from teachers, students and families that have engaged in this year's HIDOE summer learning programs.

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Hawaii Air Arrivals: Biggest Tourist Number in MonthsYesterday, Hawaii Air Arrivals totaled 2,637 people. During this same time last year approximately 35,000 passengers arrived in Hawaii daily, including residents and visitors.

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Lightning Strikes Hilo Landfill, Breaks HELCO PoleAs of 5 a.m. today, HELCO has cleared the pole that broke, and it is safe to enter and use the sort station today.

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Candidate Q&A: State House District 48 — Lisa Kitagawa"We need to reinvent the way we think about solutions to chronic problems that we have in our state, and start to focus on community-based solutions instead."

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Aggressive seaweed threatens Hawaii's remote reefs, could spreadThe seaweed is producing mats as large as several football fields, killing everything found underneath.

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Hawaii sees 41 new COVID-19 cases in highest single-day spike since pandemic beganIn a worrisome sign that coronavirus is spreading more rapidly in the community, Hawaii saw 41 new COVID-19 cases Tuesday, Lt.

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Grand Wailea and The Ritz-Carlton Kapalua to Host Food Distributions This FridayThe resorts will host drive-through food distribution events in South and West Maui on Friday, July 10, where employee volunteers will organize and distribute approximately 2,000 care packages.

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Maui Now: Second Spectrum Store on Maui Opens in LahainaThe new Lahaina store at 335 Keawe Street, Space B114 is open Mondays through Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m.

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Broadway in Hawaii Releases Update on Theatre SeasonIn an effort to reach out to their valued ticket holders, Broadway in Hawaii is updating Honolulu audiences about the current situation relating to the Covid-19 pandemic and how it continues to affect the entertainment industry.

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Maui Now: Two Affordable Housing Projects on Maui Completed Amid COVID-19 PandemicTwo affordable housing projects on Maui - Kahului Lani Phase I in Kahului and Kaiwahine Village in Kīhei - opened amid the Coronavirus pandemic.

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Man Wanted in Connection With Several Criminal CasesPolice are requesting the public's assistance in locating 27-year-old Samuel Baker Sniffin Jr. He is wanted for an outstanding bench warrant, as well as for questioning relative to several unrelated criminal investigations.

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Hawaii is easing its coronavirus restrictions.Bookings are already up.

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13 Hawaiian Airlines employees test positive for coronavirusHONOLULU — Hawaiian Airlines Inc. says 13 of its employees have tested positive for the coronavirus following an annual training course.

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Hawaiian Airlines Launches Travel Assistance Program for Hawai'i College StudentsHawaiian is offering students registered for fall classes at Chaminade University, Hawai'i Pacific University and the University of Hawai'i a five percent fare discount on its transpacific flights, two complimentary checked bags and a flexible booking policy on all flights.

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Experts say Hawaii on track to see more spikes in COVID-19 casesThe US is about to reach 3 million covid cases. Here's what the days leading up to that grim milestone have looked like.

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Hawaii reports single-day record, 41 additional virus casesHONOLULU — Hawaii reported 41 additional cases of the coronavirus on Tuesday, the most in one day since the pandemic began.

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Hawaii firefighters union endorses Mufi Hannemann for Honolulu mayorThe US is about to reach 3 million covid cases. Here's what the days leading up to that grim milestone have looked like.

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Lawmakers stall funding for 10-story school building in HonoluluHONOLULU — Hawaii lawmakers stalled funding for a 10-story public elementary school, preventing a groundbreaking this year for the state's first vertical public school.

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Aggressive seaweed smothers one of world's most remote reefsHONOLULU — Researchers say a recently discovered species of seaweed is killing large patches of coral on once-pristine reefs and is rapidly spreading across one of the most remote and protected ocean environments on earth.

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Hawaii Tourism: Honolulu Mayor alarmed, Hawaii Governor avoids questionsHonolulu Mayor Caldwell today introduced a "Fish to Dish" program to support O‘ahu's critical fisheries infrastructure when a new record increase in COVID - eTurboNews - Trends - Travel News - Travel News.

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COVID-19: Hawaiian Airlines flight attendants positive for coronavirusFourteen flight attendants tested positive for COVID-19 after attending a recent training at Hawaiian Airlines' Honolulu headquarters and are now in quarantine, according to the airline, which has canceled its flight attendant training due to the circumstances.

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Report: 18 endangered monk seals born in Hawaii this yearHONOLULU — There have been 18 monk seal pups born in Hawaii so far this year, federal environmental officials said.

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Hawaii lawmakers stall funding for 10-story school buildingHONOLULU — Hawaii lawmakers stalled funding for a 10-story public elementary school, preventing a groundbreaking this year for the state's first vertical public school.

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Hawaii clusters form after people skip masks, distanceHONOLULU — Hawaii health officials said Monday recent clusters of the coronavirus detected in the state have been associated with people not wearing maks and not social distancing.

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13 Hawaiian Airlines employees test positive for coronavirusHONOLULU — Hawaiian Airlines Inc. says 13 of its employees have tested positive for the coronavirus following an annual training course.

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Jonah Ray: How 'Bout a Nice Hawaiian Punk?Jonah looks back at his time growing up in the punk scene of Oahu.

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Maui Now: Maui Police Release Surveillance in Ma‘alaea Attempted Vehicle TheftMaui police released surveillance video of an attempted vehicle theft caught on video in Māʻalaea during an incident that occurred at around midnight on Tuesday, June 23, 2020.

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HVNP Flight Operations For JulyDates and times are subject to change based on aircraft availability and weather.

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Force MajeureThe profound economic downturn caused by the Covid-19 pandemic shows little sign of easing. As companies throughout Hawai'i look for ways to reduce the financial impacts of business closures, cancelled events and travel restrictions, it makes perfect sense that a bit of form contract legalese, the "force majeure" clause, would find its way into...

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Maui Now: Maui Wildland Fire Training Today at Mahi Pono ParcelThe Maui Fire Department conducts a live fire wildland training exercise today from 8:30 a.m.

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Challenges Facing Nonprofits: Honolulu Museum of ArtInterview: Halona Norton-Westbrook, Director, Honolulu Museum of Art. Please describe how and when you are conducting your return to your museum and other physical...

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Colleagues Honors Late Sen. Breene Harimoto Today with Memorial in Senate ChamberThe Hawai'i State Senate will honor their late colleague Senator Breene Harimoto with a memorial service today in the Senate Chamber.

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Yes, We're Open: Pacific Horizon LendingOne in a series of profiles of new small businesses in Hawai‘i that have launched since the pandemic shutdown.

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Challenges Facing Nonprofits: YMCA of HonoluluInterview: Michael Broderick, President and CEO, YMCA of Honolulu Please describe how and when you are conducting your return to your offices, stores, restaurants, warehouses...

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Challenges Facing Nonprofits: Pono Pacific and KupuInterview with John Leong, CEO, Pono Pacific and Kupu How and when you are conducting your return to your offices or other physical locations.

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ACLU To HPD: Stop Racial Profiling, Even If UnintendedThe American Civil Liberties Union Hawaii Chapter is calling on the Honolulu Police Department to address racial disparities in its policing.

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Senate Bill Enables Governor to Mandate COVID-19 Screening for Travelers to Hawai'iHB2502, HD1 SD2 authorizes the state Department of Health to screen, test, and monitor travelers for COVID-19 upon declaration by the Governor that such actions are required.

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'British Governance' via Hawaiian InstitutionsFrom A Power in the World, by Lorenz Gonschor , Kindle Loc. 655ff: The most important aspect of the special relationship with Britain, besides the protection of the kingdom against possible aggression by another Western imperial power , was the adoption of what Hawaiian political...

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What's Hawaii's Weather Like in July?July is what I call "expected perfection" and we talk about that in this video in addition to explaining the all-important "Mauka Showers".

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HIDOE Launches New Online Student Bus Pass ApplicationParents can now apply online for bus passes for the 2020-21 school year.

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The Hawai'i State Art Museum Is Reopening Monday, July 13. Here's What You Need to KnowA new exhibition will welcome visitors, though the museum shop and café remain closed for now.

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As economic crisis deepens, Hawaii Foodbank vows to support families still strugglingThe Hawaii Foodbank is teaming up with private partners from the construction and development industry to bring resources to communities that are further away from Honolulu's downtown core.

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July 07, 2020 Weather ForecastOur weather team will bring you any urgent weather alerts or updates as they occur.

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July 07, 2020 Surf ForecastOur weather team will bring you any urgent weather alerts or updates as they occur.

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Hawaii Updates: Clusters At Bars, Gyms Could Prompt Roll Back Of Reopenings; 7 New CasesHawaii Gov. David Ige says he'll be evaluating if the state should re-impose restrictions on recently reopened bars and gyms after the state Department of Health linked several COVID-19 clusters back to those businesses.

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Hawaii sees 41 new COVID-19 cases, in highest single-day spike since pandemic beganHundreds of millions of dollars goes to COVID-19 contractors accused of prior fraud.

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Hawaii lawmakers stall funding for 10-story school buildingHONOLULU — Hawaii lawmakers stalled funding for a 10-story public elementary school, preventing a groundbreaking this year for the state's first vertical public school.

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VIDEO: Ballet Hawaii's Artistic Director Talks Going Online Amidst the Health CrisisBallet Hawaii, like many other performing arts institutions, has moved its teaching online amidst the health crisis.

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Aloha MilkywayMy sister-in-law and her family is based in Hawaii and so when they invited us to join them even for a short while, we said YES!

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COVID-19: Hawaii adjusts its quarantine. Will the tourists come?A mandatory 14-day quarantine for anyone entering the US state of Hawaii will soon be eased for travellers showing proof of testing negative for COVID-19.

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Surge in COVID-19 cases across US raises questions about Hawaii's plan to reopen tourismHawaii is still planning on allowing tourists without a mandatory quarantine on August 1, provided they get a COVID-19 test within 72 hours of landing and that test is negative.

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Hawaii lawmakers stall funding for 10-story school buildingHawaii lawmakers stalled funding for a 10-story public elementary school, preventing a groundbreaking this year for the state's first vertical public school.

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Hawaii's "Costco for Vegans" Is Coming to Continental United StatesVegan store VEDGEco is bringing Beyond Meat, Gardein, JUST, and Follow Your Heart products at wholesale prices to restaurants, caterers, and individual customers in the lower 48 states.

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What It's Like Operating a Honolulu Care Home During a PandemicHere's how Caring Mānoa keeps up social distancing while making sure residents maintain quality of life.

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As economic crisis deepens, Hawaii Foodbank vows to support families still strugglingAs Hawaii's leaders are signaling that our serious economic crisis will likely only worsen in the months to come, the state's largest foodbank is continuing its work to support families that are facing food insecurity.

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New life for AlekokoNIUMALU — For the first time in over half a century, The Alekoko Fishpond is clear of adult mangrove.

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Police accountability bill headed to Ige's deskA bill that would identify fired or suspended county police officers is headed to Gov.

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Ige outlines features of new financial plan to cope with COVID-19 pandemicGov. David Ige said at a press conference Monday that during the prior fiscal year, the state collected $7 billion in taxes, and in the fiscal year that ended June 30, it collected $6.5 billion, a 7% decrease.

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Man who shot woman, led police on 11-day manhunt gets 5 yearsA 43-year-old man will spend up to a half-decade behind bars for a 2019 shooting that injured one and triggered an 11-day manhunt.

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Senate committee recommends rejection of Ige's BLNR nomineeA state Senate committee voted Monday to recommend against confirming Gov. David Ige's nominee to represent Hawaii Island on the state Board of Land and Natural Resources.

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Plea deal still on table in alleged child starvationA plea deal is still in the works for a 52-year-old Hilo man accused of starving his 9-year-old daughter to death more than four years ago.

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COVID-19 clusters form after people skip masks, distanceHONOLULU — State health officials said Monday that recent clusters of the coronavirus detected in Hawaii have been associated with people not wearing maks and not social distancing.

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Police accountability bill headed to Ige's deskA bill that would identify fired or suspended county police officers is headed to Gov.

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Senate committee recommends rejection of Ige's BLNR nomineeA state Senate committee voted Monday to recommend against confirming Gov. David Ige's nominee to represent Hawaii Island on the state Board of Land and Natural Resources.

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Man gets 5 years for 2019 shootingA 43-year-old man will spend up to a half-decade behind bars for a 2019 shooting that injured one and triggered an 11-day manhunt.

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Plea deal still on table in alleged child starvationA plea deal is still in the works for a 52-year-old Hilo man accused of starving his 9-year-old daughter to death more than four years ago.

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Ige outlines features of new financial plan to cope with COVID-19 pandemicGov. David Ige said at a press conference Monday that during the prior fiscal year, the state collected $7 billion in taxes, and in the fiscal year that ended June 30, it collected $6.5 billion, a 7% decrease.

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Judge blocks auction of Hawaiian heiress' belongingsHONOLULU — An auction of a 94-year-old Native Hawaiian heiress' belongings can't go forward until a conservator is named to handle her finances, a judge ruled Monday.

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Daezsa, KIFB win Skins gameNAWILIWILI — Daezsa Tomas-Tamagawa won her Skins game over Tim Mira, and the Kaua‘i Independent Food Bank got $1,341, Monday afternoon.

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Newest cases travel relatedLIHU‘E — Two new positive cases of COVID-19 were announced by the Kaua‘i District Health Office on Monday, bringing the cumulative total to 42 cases, with the number of active cases now at seven.

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Back to School Bash comingLIHU‘E — School students, or their parents, are encouraged to register online for their pickup time for the free school supplies giveaway at the Kukui Grove Center.

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Three students show 'Whatchu Eatin' in art contestHONOLULU — Three Kaua‘i students were announced winners of the "Whatchu Eatin" photovoice contest that was a statewide youth-led initiative designed to collect information about food experiences of Hawai‘i's youth and presented by the Hawai‘i Youth Food Council.

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These Hawaii Businesses Got Federal Loans During The PandemicThe U.S. government finally released the names of companies participating in federal coronavirus relief programs after months of obfuscation.

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Hawaiian Word of the Day: July 7thThe muʻumuʻu is often called the "Mother Hubbard" or loose-fitting dress. Don't confuse it with mumu which is a thud-like sound.

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Bishop and Company Seeking CEO for Hawaii Tourism AuthorityJuly 7, 2020 - The Hawaii Tourism Authority has contracted with Honolulu-based executive search firm Bishop and Company to assist in its search for a new president and chief executive officer.

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101 Live Your Love Story: The Point Is Always LoveThis episode, we focus on the idea that "the point is always love." Stories and ideas we share in this ep...

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127 PercentEvening light pales into my windows from behind the palms, piloting in a fruity breeze to stir the pages at my desk.

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8 People Arrested for DUI Over Holiday WeekendOver the past two years, 16 people were arrested for operating a vehicle while under the influence during the Fourth of July holiday.

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Hawaii clusters form after people skip masks, distanceHONOLULU — Hawaii health officials said Monday recent clusters of the coronavirus detected in the state have been associated with people not wearing maks and not social distancing.

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'Looming Financial Crisis' Ahead for Hawai'i as Tax Revenues PlummetHard numbers were also provided Monday. In June of 2019, Hawai'i collected $644 million in taxes compared to $483 million this year.

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These Postmodernist Photographs Invite Closer InspectionIn capturing imagery with distinct techniques and forgotten formats, three contemporary Hawai‘i-based photographers present deeply contemplative portfolios.

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How Photographer Nakemiah Williams Heals Trauma Through PolaroidsIn capturing imagery with distinct techniques and forgotten formats, three contemporary Hawai‘i-based photographers present deeply contemplative portfolios.

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Pandemic boosts bike sales as Hawaii turns to pedal power as exercise alternativeAs more people stuck at home turned to pedal power for exercise and fresh air, sales hit a peak in May.

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7 Runaways Found in Good Health, HPD ReportsSeven teens reported as runaways in the past few months have been found, authorities confirmed Monday afternoon.

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Hawaii's Financial Report, Facing a Challenging FutureAt the briefing Gov. Ige said, "Your commitment has made Hawai'i the national leader in controlling COVID-19." However, with the recent spike in cases the governor is urging people to continue safe practices to remain the lowest in the nation for per capita transmission and the fewest fatalities.

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Hawaii COVID-19 Update 3 Months InHawaii Daily COVID-19 update 3 months in of coronavirus reports and statistics from government departments are as of Monday, July 6, 2020 in the Aloha State.

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Federal loans helped keep thousands of Hawaii businesses afloat during pandemicMore than 24,000 Hawaii-based businesses and non-profit organizations applied for federal loans to help keep employees paid during the coronavirus pandemic, according to data released by the U.S. Department of the Treasury on Monday.

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Judge blocks auction of so-called Hawaiian princess' thingsHONOLULU — An auction of a 94-year-old Native Hawaiian heiress' belongings can't go forward until a conservator is named to handle her finances, a judge ruled Monday.

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Judge Blocks Auction Of So-Called Hawaiian Princess' ThingsHONOLULU — An auction of a 94-year-old Native Hawaiian heiress' belongings can't go forward until a conservator is named to handle her finances, a judge.

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Kipahulu and The Road to HanaIt's also home to two of our picks for your Road to Hana experience: Palapapa Ho'omau Church, which is the burial site of aviator Charles Lindbergh, and Laulima Farms, a locally owned organic farm and farmstand.

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Hawaii Senate Votes to Allow Continued Sale of Menthol E-Cigarettes and CigarettesThe Hawaii Senate today let down the state's kids and families by passing legislation that exempts menthol e-cigarettes and menthol cigarettes from a proposed ban on the sale of flavored tobacco products despite the clear evidence that menthol products appeal to kids.

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Army mounts first large-scale training in Hawaii since pandemic beganThe Lightning Forge training will focus on the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, with support personnel drawn from across the division.

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Governor Ige: "We face a challenging future"Hawaii News : Local with a global view with a focus on the Hawaii Travel and Tourism world.

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Police arrest 23 for suspected DUIHawaii Island police arrested 23 motorists for suspected drunken driving between June 29 and Sunday.

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UH Manoa Course Delivery Format Updates for fall 2020Goal is to ensure a safe and supportive environment for all.

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Hawaii HOV Lanes Open to Electric VehiclesThe Hawaii Department of Transportation provided clarification on Electric Vehicle driver's use of High Occupancy Vehicle lanes in consideration of the sunset of Act 168 on June 30, 2020.

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Hawaii Senate Fails to Protect Kids by Voting to Allow Continued Sale of Menthol E-Cigarettes and CigarettesThe Hawaii Senate today let down the state's kids and families by passing legislation that exempts menthol e-cigarettes and menthol...

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The Conversation: Pacific Islanders in Arkansas Hit Hard by COVID-19Marshallese in Arkansas face coronavirus casualties; Why armed protesters are wearing aloha shirts; School nurses adopt telehealth; Storytime goes virtual.

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Live Stream: Gov. Ige Outlines How COVID-19 Has Impacted the State's FinancesJoining him are Lieutenant Governor Josh Green with an update on the state's healthcare system capacity and Dr. Bruce Anderson from the state Department of Health with an update on the latest case numbers.

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Non-medical grade face covering mandate approved for OahuWithin banks, financial institutions, or using automated teller machines where the inability to verify the identity of the customer or visitor of the bank, financial institution or automated teller machine poses a security risk; - By individuals with medical conditions or disabilities where the wearing of a face covering may pose a health or...

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13 Hawaiian Airlines Employees Diagnosed With COVID-19Five additional Hawaiian Airlines employees tested positive for COVID-19 after officials confirmed eight cases last week.

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Freedom: Part 1I'm going to jump right in and advise that if you're too squeamish you may want to skip this one.

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7 New COVID-19 Cases Brings Hawai'i Total to 1030There are seven new COVID-19 cases reported for Hawaiʻi today-six on the island of Oʻahu and one on Hawaiʻi Island-bringing the statewide count to 1,030 cases in Hawaiʻi over the course of the pandemic.

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Maui Now: Maui DUI Holiday Enforcement Nets Multiple Arrests, Wailuku Man Among Those DetainedThe Maui Police Department made 10 arrests Operating a Vehicle Under the Influence of an Intoxicant , and two arrests for Habitually Operating a Vehicle Under the Influence of an Intoxicant.

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DOH Reports 7 New Cases of COVID-19 MondayThe Hawai'i Department of Health reported seven new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, bringing the statewide total to 1,030.

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Missing man in Kapa'a foundKAPA‘A — A man last seen Thursday was found dehydrated and in need of medical attention Monday morning, his son, Akyuna Akish said in a call Monday.

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Hawaii reports 7 new COVID-19 cases, pushing statewide total up to 1,030Hawaii reported on Monday seven new cases of the coronavirus, bringing the statewide total to 1,030.

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Electric Vehicles Allowed to Use HOV LanesHDOT supports the continued exemption for EVs from HOV lane restrictions and has sent a letter to the Honolulu Police Department asking them not to ticket vehicles with EV plates for illegal use of an HOV lane as described in Hawaii Revised Statutes.

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Governor: Hawaii faces more public worker cuts without aidHONOLULU — Pay cuts or furloughs for Hawaii public employees are inevitable if the federal government does not provide additional coronavirus relief funding, Gov.

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State announces 7 new cases of COVID-19State officials announced seven new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, bringing Hawaii's total number of cases to 1,030.

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Fordham University cancels Sept. 12 football game against University of HawaiiThe Rainbow Warrior football team's match-up with Fordham University, originally set for Sept. 12 at Aloha Stadium, has been canceled, a school official said Monday.

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Internship Program Helps Businesses, High School Graduates Amid COVID-19 CrisisCommunity leaders came together in a volunteer group named Connect Aloha, to contribute to the COVID-19 response, helping with food distribution and making keiki masks.

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DOE Launches New Online Student Bus Pass Application and Payment Option"The health and safety of our haumana continues to be a top priority. The development of these online systems were planned prior to the COVID-19 pandemic and will provide not only a more convenient and efficient process, but also improve safety with a contactless experience for families," Superintendent Dr. Christina Kishimoto said.

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Virus Tracker — July 6: 7 New Covid-19 Cases In HawaiiSeven new cases were confirmed by the health department Monday after four straight days of 20 or more cases.

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Matson Christens New 'Con-Ro' Ship To Serve HawaiiThe new Matsonia is the second of two new ships being built for Honolulu-based Matson by NASSCO at a total cost of approximately $500 million for the pair, and the fourth of four new vessels that Matson will put into service during 2018, 2019 and 2020.

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Candidate Q&A: Office of Hawaiian Affairs At-Large Trustee — Keli'i AkinaThe following came from Keli'i Akina, candidate for Office of Hawaiian Affairs At-Large Trustee. Other candidates include Jackie Burke, Kaipo Hanakahi, Larry Kawaauhau, Shane Palacat-Nelsen, Lenson Sonoda and Keoni Souza.

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Candidate Q&A: Office of Hawaiian Affairs At-Large Trustee — Shane Palacat-Nelsen"We could spend less time in courtrooms and spend more time investing in and developing our community."

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Candidate Q&A: Office of Hawaii Affairs At-Large Trustee — Jackie Burke"We need to demand and receive fair compensation for military use of our lands, and compensate us for the ‘war machine' that puts us all at ground zero."

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Candidate Q&A: Office of Hawaiian Affairs At-Large Trustee — Larry Kawaauhau"Build and desecrate elsewhere, not in Hawaii."

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Hawaii Air Arrivals: 2000+ New NormalYesterday, 2,066 people arrived in Hawaii making 2000+ appearing to be the new normal in Hawaii Air Arrivals.

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Maui Now: Maui Firefighters Battle Three Fires on Sunday, One Person DisplacedMaui Fire Department personnel responded to three separate fires on Maui on Sunday, July 5, 2020, including one that caused $20,000 and displaced one person in Kanaio.

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Coral Reef Alliance Invites Volunteers to Help With At-Home Native Planting KitsMaui's Coral Reef Alliance has launched an at-home native planting opportunity for volunteers in lieu of other watershed restoration work, which was suspended in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Achieving Parity via HybridityFrom A Power in the World, by Lorenz Gonschor , Kindle Loc. 194ff: Japan's late nineteenth-century developments are perfect examples of what scholars have termed the use of similitude and selective appropriation to create a hybrid system in order to achieve parity.

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Hawaii Legislature Removes Police Exemption For Misconduct CasesThe bill now goes to Gov. David Ige who can approve it, veto it or let it become law without his signature.

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Pandemic boosts bike sales as Hawaii turns to pedal power as exercise alternativeElections in Delaware and New Jersey, Blackout Day, Johnny Depp: 5 things to know Tuesday.

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Hawaiian Airlines to resume service between Boston and HonoluluTravelers must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test or face quarantine.

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MCFB's Farm Product Purchase Program ExtendedNow it its fourth month, the Farm Produce Purchase Program is a food purchase and distribution program available to Maui farms / farmers that sold an average of $2,500 per month produce prior to March 2020.

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Maui Now: University of Hawai‘i Maui College Students Win International Engineering CompetitionThe University of Hawai'i Maui College's Engineering Technology Program fielded two teams in the 2020 International CanSat Competition.

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Olson Kundig's Latest Design Embraces Its Hawaiian HabitatOn a stunning lava rock field site in Kona, this stunning home seems to hover over the landscape as a series of pavilions.

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Rep. Tulsi Gabbard to Host Telephone Town Hall to Discuss Surge in COVID-19 Cases, Testing and Tracing EffortsTulsi Gabbard will host her next telephone town hall meeting to update Hawai'i residents about COVID-19 at 4 p.m.

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Local Historian to Speak About Leprosy's Impact on Hawai'i in KHS Virtual Talk StoryA virtual talk story through Kona Historical Society this week will talk about how an infectious disease spread throughout the islands in the early 1800s.

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Have Aloha Will Travel EP35: Cat and Kevin Talk Story with Hawaiʻi Artist Nick KucharThe Have Aloha Will Travel podcast is back again this week, with Cat and Kevin being joined by a very special guest, artist and designer Nick Kuchar!

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Join us LIVE: Aloha Friday Hawaii Real Estate Show July 10LIVE on this July 10th Friday 9am Hawaii time: The Aloha Friday Hawaii Real Estate Show Every other Friday at 9am Hawaii time, our expert team answers your questions about Hawaii real estate.

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Monday morning in the garden.Well I wonder if I have an all male pumpkin plant? Ive read it's normal that the male pumpkins bloom before the females but my gosh I haven't gotten one female pumpkin flower yet!

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Ex-guards plead not guilty to Big Island jail assaultHILO — Three former Big Island jail guards pleaded not guilty to charges of assaulting an inmate and lying about it, Hawaii Tribune-Herald reported Thursday.

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City to make Hawaii's 'Haiku Stairs' a public attractionHONOLULU — Ownership of a stairway that snakes along a mountainside in Hawaii has been transferred to the city of Honolulu in hopes of transforming the currently off-limits hike into a public attraction.

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Governor: Hawaii faces more public worker cuts without aidHONOLULU — Pay cuts or furloughs for Hawaii public employees are inevitable if the federal government does not provide additional coronavirus relief funding, Gov.

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Judge: Hawaii's quarantine is reasonable during pandemicHONOLULU — A U.S. judge will not stop Hawaii from enforcing a quarantine on arriving travelers, saying in a ruling that the emergency mandate is reasonable during the public health crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Bill would grant emergency powers to Hawaii health directorHONOLULU — The Hawaii state health director could declare a public health emergency, order quarantine and contact tracing, and temporarily close schools and businesses through a measure under consideration by lawmakers.

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The GameI finished typing the story and took the original to HPD. Chan was out, but Detective Stillman said he'd give him the envelope.

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Drive-Through Voter Registration Available This WeekTo register to vote, a person must be at least 18 years of age, a citizen of the United States, and a confirmed resident of Hawai'i.

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Restarting Hawaiʻi ArchivesInterviews with Union Leaders: Mericia Palma Elmore, Hawaii Local Executive D...

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Survey Reveals Virus's Impact on Hawai'i's PeopleAlmost half of Hawai‘i households have lost income during the COVID-19 pandemic and about 1 in 4 have fallen behind on least some of their...

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Interview: Su Shin, President and GM, Hawaiian TelcomPlease describe how and when you are conducting your return to your offices, stores, restaurants, warehouses or other physical locations.

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Interview: Jennifer Coutts, Producing Area Manager, Homebridge HawaiiPlease describe how and when you are conducting your return to your offices and other physical locations.

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Interview: Brian Kealoha, Executive Director, Hawaiʻi EnergyPlease describe how and when you are conducting your return to your offices or other physical locations.

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Beneficiary Reflects On Hawaiian Homestead Waitlist Court VictoryIt's not clear how much the state could end up paying in damages to people who have spent years on the waitlist for Hawaiian homesteads following last week's Hawaiʻi Supreme Court ruling concluding that the state failed to properly manage the century-old land trust.

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Hawaii latest to see 2020 game vs. Patriot League foe canceledHawaii has joined a growing list of schools on the football scheduling front in a club in which none want membership.

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Wildland Fire Training on Mahi Pono Parcel on July 7The Maui Fire Department will conduct a single day live fire wildland training exercise on Tuesday, July 7, 2020.

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Libraries Extending Public Service Hours Starting TodayThe Hawai'i State Public Library System will be expanding public service hours at branches to include some evening and weekend hours starting today.

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Hawaii Updates: Mayor Says Spike In Oahu Cases 'Concerning'Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell says the recent spike in COVID-19 cases on Oahu is worrying, and whether the Hawaii continues to reopen as planned will depend on the number of infections the state sees.

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Fordham game in Hawaii canceled due to virusFordham has canceled its game in Hawaii due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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July 06, 2020 Weather ForecastOur weather team will bring you any urgent weather alerts or updates as they occur.

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July 06, 2020 Surf ForecastOur weather team will bring you any urgent weather alerts or updates as they occur.

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ACLU Presses HPD To Fix Racial Disparities In PolicingThe police chief has repeatedly said the department doesn't need broad-based reform.

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Postage from Hawaii to GreenlandAlexandra M. Longfellow - 21st Space Wing THULE AIR BASE, Greenland — Houses are built right on the sand.

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Kailua TownKailua is a charming town that has a little something for everyone. The lush greenery that surrounds the area is just the beginning of the beauty.

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Bill would grant emergency powers to Hawaii health directorHONOLULU — The Hawaii state health director could declare a public health emergency, order quarantine and contact tracing, and temporarily close schools and businesses through a measure under...

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Governor: Hawaii faces more public worker cuts without aidHONOLULU — Pay cuts or furloughs for Hawaii public employees are inevitable if the federal government does not provide additional coronavirus relief funding, Gov.

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Navy SEALs to Launch New Submersible from Bigger Sub off HawaiiU.S. Special Operations Command will soon conduct a first-of-its-kind test off Hawaii - the launch and recovery of a new SEAL commando minisub from a Virginia-class submarine - as the elite and secretive force retools some of its undersea assets.

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Hawaii school nurses turn to telehealth to reach studentsWith schools planning on blending in-person and remote teaching models when they reopen in August, the Hawaii Department of Education will also be relying on a new health hotline and telehealth services to serve families and students outside of the school setting.

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Hawaii gym reports member has tested positive for COVID-19YMCA camp in Georgia closes after a staff member tested positive for coronavirus.

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Ola Brew expands to mainland: Company's hard seltzers now available across Southern CaliforniaAt a time when many businesses are seeing markets shrink, Kailua-Kona's Ola Brew Co. has managed to extend its reach to the mainland.

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Charges filed again in dangerous driver caseA 44-year-old South Kona woman has been recharged in connection with a July 2018 hit-and-run crash in South Kona that killed a 61-year-old visitor.

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Puna retreat's grant request delayed as pandemic stifles state fundingA battle between a group of Puna residents and a Puna retreat is delayed during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Report: 18 endangered monk seals born so far in 2020HONOLULU — There have been 18 monk seal pups born in Hawaii so far this year, according to federal environmental officials.

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Green urges caution, mask-wearing as COVID-19 case count hits 1,023As Hawaii surpassed 1,000 COVID-19 cases Sunday, Lt. Gov. Josh Green said he is concerned about a potential surge in cases following this weekend's holiday festivities.

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Ola Brew expands to mainland: Company's hard seltzers now available across Southern CaliforniaAt a time when many businesses are seeing markets shrink, Kailua-Kona's Ola Brew Co. has managed to extend its reach to the mainland.

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Breakthrough could boost yellow tangLIHU‘E — Scientists in Hawai‘i have made breakthroughs in studies of the popular yellow tang aquarium fish that could lead to a shift to aquaculture for procurement instead of wild catching.

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Man arrested after refusing to wear face maskKILAUEA — Kaua‘i police arrested Ryan Buley, 34, of Kapa‘a, Saturday afternoon, for terroristic threatening and harassment following his refusal to wear a mask in a North Shore store.

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Caring for Our CommunityA day-long party highlighted by a pyrotechnic show would normally fill the Westside on the Fourth of July.

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First time for the virtual choirWAIMEA — Across the big screen at Waimea Theatre, voices from around the nation blended together to create a single sound entitled "We Are The World From Kaua‘i."

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Infant planet discovered by UH astronomersMANOA — Astronomers study stars and planets much younger than the sun to learn about past events that shaped the solar system and Earth.

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Arrest log for Monday, July 6, 2020Abuse family or household member: 12:24 a.m., Jonathan Kaulana Bilyeu, 23, male, Lihu'e.

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Letters to the Editor: July 6, 2020According to an April 1 Honolulu Star-Advertiser article, no state workers have been furloughed. This is probably also true of County of Hawaii workers.

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Gig workers face shifting rolesNEW YORK — There were the two-hour, unpaid waits outside supermarkets when San Francisco first started to lock down, on top of the heavy shopping bags that had to be lugged up countless flights of stairs.

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Kahele Can't Campaign For Congress Right Now. Does It Matter?The Democrat has to sit it out while on active National Guard duty, but he doesn't face much of a threat anyway — something that has dumbfounded political observers.

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Beach Cleanups Prove Popular And Purposeful During PandemicPeople want to help or just stretch their legs, and groups are organizing events with safety guidelines in mind.

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Danny De Gracia: Why A Visitor Fee Isn't A Bad ThingIt's time to put Hawaii first again and show a little self-respect for ourselves by making tourists pay their fair share.

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School Nurses Turn To Telehealth To Reach StudentsThe Hawaii Keiki program to expand school-based health options for students started a health hotline after schools closed because of the pandemic.

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How Landscape Legacies Enhance Hawaii AgricultureThese systems can serve as an effective cultural and economic strategy to improve food security.

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Hawaiian Word of the Day: July 6thHapa is most often used in English conversation to describe something that is mixed or part of something.

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Here's how to register to vote in Hawaii before Thursday's deadlineThe deadline to register to vote in the August 8 primary election is July 9.

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Hawaii's Quarantine is Reasonable During Pandemic, Judge SaysA U.S. judge will not stop Hawaii from enforcing a quarantine on arriving travelers, saying in a ruling that the emergency mandate is reasonable during the public health crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Good Housekeeping BMP part 3: Spill Prevention and ControlConsiderations for preventing and handling spilled fluids on a construction site.

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Kahului Airport's Runway 2-20 to Temporarily Close for Taxiway ConstructionThe Hawaiʻi Department of Transportation advises Maui residents of the closure of Runway 2-20 for a taxiway reconstruction project scheduled to take place at the Kahului Airport on weekends from July 4 to August 1.

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Maui Now: County of Maui Offers Virtual Programming Activity Videos OnlineThe initial posted recordings include activities such as how to make a ti leaf lei, arts and crafts activities, sports drills, agility training and stretching exercises.

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25 New COVID-19 Cases Brings Hawai'i Total to 1023There are 25 new COVID-19 cases reported for Hawaiʻi today-all on the island of Oʻahu-bringing the statewide count to 1,023 cases in Hawaiʻi over the course of the pandemic.

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Governor: Hawaii faces more public worker cuts without aidHONOLULU — Pay cuts or furloughs for Hawaii public employees are inevitable if the federal government does not provide additional coronavirus relief funding, Gov.

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Heiho House Pop-ups Offer a Taste of an Upcoming Kaimuki IzakayaSquare Barrels' owners preview inventive drinks and dishes in a series of tasting-menu dinners.

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