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Kaneohe Bay Kayak Rentals Continue Despite State’s Disapproval Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Kaneohe Bay Kayak Rentals Continue Despite State’s Disapproval

A nonprofit organization that maintains a state park says the rentals are the only way to pay for the work.

Wild Chickens Are Flocking To Whole Foods In Kailua Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Wild Chickens Are Flocking To Whole Foods In Kailua

The Kailua Neighborhood Board passed a motion recently asking the city to revise its feral chicken removal program to focus on trapping roosters.

Why Honolulu’s Water Pipes Keep Rupturing Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Why Honolulu’s Water Pipes Keep Rupturing

Customers pay millions annually to repair main breaks, but the Board of Water Supply would need far more to fully upgrade the infrastructure.

Laid-Back, Aging Manoa Is No Longer A Haven For Young Families Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Laid-Back, Aging Manoa Is No Longer A Haven For Young Families

The community near the University of Hawaii is still friendly, quiet and rainy, but rising housing prices bring changes.
$3.7M To Fight Diseases Cory Lum/Civil Beat

$3.7M To Fight Diseases

The federal funding aims to crack down on Hawaii's hepatitis A, Zika, dengue and sexually transmitted disease rates.
Restaurant, Airline Hepatitis Cases Flickr: redlegsfan21

Restaurant, Airline Hepatitis Cases

The cases involve a Chili's restaurant in Kapolei and a Hawaiian Airlines flight attendant. Ninety-three cases have been reported on Oahu.
As Caldwell And Djou Sharpen Attacks, Carlisle Goes For Laughs Cory Lum/Civil Beat

As Caldwell And Djou Sharpen Attacks, Carlisle Goes For Laughs

Unlike his opponents, the former mayor of Honolulu doesn't seem inclined to confront the other candidates.

Caldwell Ad ‘Fact-Checks’ Djou on Rail, Homelessness Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Caldwell Ad ‘Fact-Checks’ Djou on Rail, Homelessness

Both campaigns accuse the other of being the first to go negative in the Honolulu mayoral election.
How Two Different People Could Win The Same US House Seat Cory Lum/Civil Beat

How Two Different People Could Win The Same US House Seat

Come November, voters may be asked to elect short-term and long-term replacements for the late Mark Takai.
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