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|Federal spending deal pumps millions of dollars into Hawaiʻi
On Tuesday, the House passed a $1.4 trillion spending package that will fund the government through Sept. 30. The legislation, which is expected to pass the Senate later this week, increases government spending by about $50 billion and includes a number of major provisions, including a 3.1% pay raise for federal workers, the repeal of certain taxes that help pay for the Affordable Care Act and funding for research into gun violence. Civil Beat.
Zippy’s Restaurants scoops up Dave’s Ice Cream to supply its 24 locations
Federal authorities partner with Honolulu police to address spate of violent crimes
KIUC energy generation grows ever nearer the 100% daily goal
Civil Beat is sending water testing kits to households across the state
Senate passes bill giving feds the job of alerting residents of incoming missiles
Gabbard may urge censure of president
Local, Asian and Mainland Entrepreneurs and Investors Connect at East Meets West
Be prepared for much more than an exchange of business cards when entrepreneurs and investors from Asia and the Mainland meet with local businesspeople for the sixth annual East Meets West conference in Honolulu… read more.
|Police fatally shoot attempted murder suspect in Campbell Industrial Park
A lone patrol officer shot and killed a 27-year-old man early Tuesday morning in a grassy area of Campbell Industrial Park — the second fatal officer-involved shooting on Oʻahu in as many days. Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Civil Beat. Hawaiʻi Public Radio. KHON2.
Six out of the nine officer-involved shootings this year resulted in a casualty. KHON2.
3 months after new law, Oʻahu vacation rental numbers drop
New B&B tax class draws criticism
Atherton foundation sells land under Kakaʻako high-rise
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