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Prominent Hawaii Defense Contractor Arrested For CARES Act Fraud

Martin Kao is a prolific political donor whose company, Navatek LLC, has received millions of dollars in federal contracts.

VIRUS TRACKER — Oct. 1: 108 New COVID-19 Cases In Hawaii

About 6% of tests conducted in the islands in the past 24 hours were positive for COVID-19.

Unemployed Workers Will Get Cards Worth $500 To Spend In Local Restaurants

Chamber of Commerce Hawaii cites data showing the $75 million restaurant card program will save 1,000 jobs.

HPD Crime-Solving Record Is The Worst It’s Been In At Least 40 Years

HPD won’t talk about it, but FBI data shows Honolulu has one of the worst records in the country when it comes to solving property crimes as well as violent crimes.


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Neal Milner: Optimism Is What America Needs Right Now Nick Grube/Civil Beat

Neal Milner: Optimism Is What America Needs Right Now

The middle class is struggling to hang on to the American Dream, such as it is.

Lee Cataluna: Hunger And Need Winds Through An Affluent Neighborhood

Lee Cataluna: Hunger And Need Winds Through An Affluent Neighborhood

In a sign of the times, an East Honolulu church draws nearly 500 cars a week to its free grocery drive-thru.

Instead Of Furloughs, Tax Those Who Can Afford It Flickr: Great War Observer

Instead Of Furloughs, Tax Those Who Can Afford It

Historic sacrifices must be made to reduce the loss of life and to repair our economy.