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Oahu Voters Have Already Cast More Ballots Than In 2016 Primary

Updated: The total number of ballots cast as of Tuesday surpassed those from the 2016 primary by about 7,000.

Fundraising For Gubernatorial Contenders On Hold During Pandemic

The leading candidates took in a lot of money last year, but have essentially paused fundraising for the governor’s race, records show.

VIRUS TRACKER — Aug. 4: 144 New Cases And 1 Death Reported

The death of a Honolulu man brought the state’s coronavirus-related death toll to 27.

Civil Beat/HNN Poll: Blangiardi Holds Double-Digit Lead In Honolulu Mayor’s Race

But Hanabusa and Amemiya are tied for second and will likely force a runoff in November.


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Visitor Industry Must Step Up If They Want More Visitors Ronen Zilberman/Civil Beat

Visitor Industry Must Step Up If They Want More Visitors

When they can effectively screen, track and host thousands of arrivals, then we’ll let the tourists back in Hawaii.

Denby Fawcett: Why Are People Trashing State Parks? Courtesy: Department of Land and Natural Resources

Denby Fawcett: Why Are People Trashing State Parks?

This time the destruction and overuse of Hawaii’s outdoor treasures can’t be blamed on tourists.