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Misinformation and the midterm elections:  What to expect.

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Misinformation and the midterm elections: What to expect
Misinformation and the midterm elections: What to expect

Conspiracy theories about mail ballots. Anonymous text messages warning voters to stay home. Fringe social media platforms where election misinformation spreads with impunity.


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Waikoloa affordable housing project advances

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Council OKs zoning applications for Honokaa housing development

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Biden trying to save incumbent Democrats in campaign sprint

 • Updated 12:05 am

Hawaii Radiologic at a standstill: ‘Technical difficulties’ prompt company to suspend key services

Hawaii Care Choices shutting down in-patient care facility

After much debate, gun bill advances

Council kills property tax relief

Astronomers discover closest black hole to Earth using Maunakea telescope

Astronomers using a Maunakea observatory have discovered the closest known black hole to Earth.


 • Updated 12:05 am

Can poetry save the day? ‘Wordsworth, The Musical’ hits the stage this weekend

UH-Hilo men’s basketball team opens season today

Obituaries for November 3

Your Views for November 3

Public input sought on fishing regulations

Obituaries for November 2

DLNR to spend $1M to plan demolition of Uncle Billy’s

UH sets meetings to discuss tuition hikes


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