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Explaining the Deedy retrial

Recapping the murder case and explaining what will be different in this retrial versus last year's mistrial.

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Manjari Fergusson
Deedy: Symptom of a disease

Christopher Deedy is just one manifestation of a larger disease that is poisoning our home and destroying our children.

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Dr. Kalamaokaʻaina Niheu
State agency board members resign en mass

After Governor Abercrombie let the new financial disclosure law pass without his signature, the tally of state officials that have resigned has risen to 18 members of seven separate agency boards.

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Will Caron
Aerial Banners North waiver does not trump Hawai‘i laws

The FAA clarifies that the waiver it granted to the air-born banner advertisement company does not supersede either state or local laws, including the 1927 billboard ban.

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Will Caron
Recognizing the Aloha in ‘No’

How anger too can be an expression of aloha.

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Lani Teves
CD1 Speed Date

Progressive Democrats of Hawaii and Americans for Democratic Action, Hawaii will hold a speed dating forum with democratic candidates running in the first congressional district primary election.

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Will Caron
How much federal money goes towards Native Hawaiian programs?

About $34.9 million per year, according to our preliminary analysis.

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Ikaika M Hussey
Army report imagines drastic isle cuts

The Star-Advertiser reports on “potential reductions” in military spending and presence being studied as a way to lend “flexibility” to decision makers.

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Will Caron
Blue-washing the colonization and militarization of “our ocean”

How U.S. Marine National Monuments protect environmentally harmful U.S. military bases throughout the Pacific and the world.

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Craig Santos Perez
PMRF: Kaua‘i’s biggest bang is out of sight

A look at the Pacific Missile Range Facility on Kaua‘i and what the increasing military presence in the Pacific means for Hawai‘i and the world.

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Jon Letman