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Economists: Agribusiness Development Corp. Is A ‘Fiasco’ Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Economists: Agribusiness Development Corp. Is A ‘Fiasco’

The report by University of Hawaii economists follows a critical report by the Hawaii State Auditor.

Biden Signs Order Fully Reimbursing Hawaii National Guard For COVID-19 Operations Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Biden Signs Order Fully Reimbursing Hawaii National Guard For COVID-19 Operations

The Trump administration had previously agreed to pay for 75% of costs associated with the historic nationwide deployments of National Guardsmen.

Hawaii Residents From COFA Nations Can Now Apply For Medicaid Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Hawaii Residents From COFA Nations Can Now Apply For Medicaid

The change is a result of a bill signed by former President Donald Trump restoring federal Medicaid funding for citizens of Compact of Free Association nations.

Waipio Valley Residents Still Seek A Deal Limiting Foot Traffic On Dicey Road Tom Hasslinger/Civil Beat

Waipio Valley Residents Still Seek A Deal Limiting Foot Traffic On Dicey Road

The Hawaii County Council deferred action on a bill to ban most pedestrians on the Waipio Valley Road, but residents believe a compromise may be near.

Stranded American Samoans Are Finally Going Home After A Hawaii Quarantine Courtesy of Olafou Laulani

Stranded American Samoans Are Finally Going Home After A Hawaii Quarantine

Hawaii is helping to coordinate with a testing and quarantine center in Waikiki to facilitate the first repatriation effort since the pandemic began.

Senator Appointed By Ige Had Called To Impeach Him Facebook

Senator Appointed By Ige Had Called To Impeach Him

In a statement, Gov. David Ige said he knew about Sen. Laura Acasio’s background opposing the Thirty Meter Telescope when he appointed her.

Hawaii Troops Help Secure US Capitol As Biden Takes Oath Nick Grube/Civil Beat

Hawaii Troops Help Secure US Capitol As Biden Takes Oath

Nearly 200 troops were deployed to Washington, D.C., to provide security for the inauguration.

January 2021

Friday, January 22

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Jan. 22: 132 New COVID-19 Cases And Four Deaths

Economists: Agribusiness Development Corp. Is A ‘Fiasco’

Thursday, January 21

Hawaii Residents From COFA Nations Can Now Apply For Medicaid

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Jan. 21: 119 New COVID-19 Cases And Three Deaths

Waipio Valley Residents Still Seek A Deal Limiting Foot Traffic On Dicey Road

Stranded American Samoans Are Finally Going Home After A Hawaii Quarantine

Wednesday, January 20

Hawaii Troops Help Secure US Capitol As Biden Takes Oath

Hawaii Legislature Launches ‘Laser Beam’ Session In A Locked Down Capitol

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Jan. 20: 75 New COVID-19 Cases And One Death

DOE To Present Grim Staffing Plan But Says Teacher Layoffs Are A ‘Last Resort’

Hawaii House Speaker Launches Probe Of State Auditor

Hawaii Labs On The Lookout For More Contagious COVID-19 Variants

Tuesday, January 19

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Jan. 19: 65 New COVID-19 Cases And Two Deaths

Hawaii Owes The Feds $700 Million. Businesses May Have To Pay The Tab

The Battered State Budget Will Dominate The Next Hawaii Legislature

Monday, January 18

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Jan. 18: 129 New COVID-19 Cases

EPA: Hawaii’s Military Bases Dumped 630,000 Pounds Of Toxic Nitrate Into The Ocean

Sunday, January 17

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Jan. 17: 132 New COVID-19 Cases And 2 Deaths

Saturday, January 16

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Jan. 16: 165 New COVID-19 Cases And 2 Deaths

Friday, January 15

Hawaii Judiciary Launches Virtual Series On Racial Inequity

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Jan. 15: 150 New COVID-19 Cases

Hawaii ‘Proud Boy’ Told To Stay Away From DC Or Face Another Arrest

No More ‘Gifts Of Aloha’ For State Lawmakers

Getting Consent From Seniors Poses Barrier To COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout

Thursday, January 14

Auditor: State Agriculture Agency Is Failing To Fulfill Mission

Malakas Na Tinatamaan Ng Pandemya Ang Komunidad Ng Mga Pilipino Sa Hawaii

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Jan. 14: 179 New COVID-19 Cases And Six Deaths

New Boulder Barriers Aim To Protect Monk Seals From Illegal Off-Roading

Hawaii Lags Other States In Administering COVID-19 Vaccines, Federal Data Shows

Wednesday, January 13

Hawaii Reps Impeach Trump While Vowing To Not ‘Live In Fear’

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Jan. 13: 106 New COVID-19 Cases And Three Deaths

How Single Mothers In Hawaii Are Weathering The Pandemic

Tuesday, January 12

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Jan. 12: 114 New COVID-19 Cases

Monday, January 11

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Jan. 11: 172 New COVID-19 Cases

Hawaii ‘Proud Boy’ Released From Custody, Still Faces Charge In DC

Kauai Realtors See Uptick In People Buying Houses Sight-Unseen

Gaps In Hawaii Eviction Moratorium Leave Some Renters Scrambling For Housing

What’s Happening On Maui? COVID-19 Surge Is Largely Blamed On Holiday Gatherings

Sunday, January 10

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Jan. 10: 200 New COVID-19 Cases And 2 Deaths

Saturday, January 9

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Jan. 9: 250 New COVID-19 Cases And 4 Deaths

Friday, January 8

$284 Billion Begins Flowing To Small Businesses On Monday

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Jan. 8: 264 New COVID-19 Cases And 4 Deaths

Hawaii Proud Boy Charged By DOJ After Raiding US Capitol

Hawaii Will Collect More Taxes Than Expected, State Panel Says

Thursday, January 7

Hawaii Officials Ask Residents To Stay Home To Reverse COVID-19 Spike

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Jan. 7: 322 New COVID-19 Cases

Members Of Hawaii Delegation Call For Immediate Removal Of Trump

Monk Seal Killings On Kauai Highlight Human Threat To Endangered Species

Wednesday, January 6

State Finance Director Says Carbon And Sugar Taxes May Be Among Increases

Our DC Reporter Had A Close-Up View Of The Mob Taking Over The Capitol

Ige Blames President Trump For Violence At US Capitol

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Jan. 6: 143 New COVID-19 Cases And 10 Deaths

Proposed State Budget Would Cut 30% From Sex Abuse Treatment Funding

Tuesday, January 5

State Details List Of Who’s Next In Line For COVID-19 Vaccine

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Jan. 5: 124 New COVID-19 Cases

Will Hawaii Legislature Reverse Ige’s Suspension Of The Public Records Law?

State Sent Out Hundreds Of Ineffective Masks In Pandemic Chaos

Monday, January 4

State Budget Director: It’s Too Soon To Tell If Tax Increases Are Coming

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Jan. 4: 89 New COVID-19 Cases

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Dec. 30: 108 New COVID-19 Cases

Friday, January 1

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Jan. 1: 241 New COVID-19 Cases