Rick Hamada & Scotty B

Rick Hamada & Scotty B

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November 19, 2022 11 min
Rick Hamada talks with Republican former candidate for the state Senate (District 22) Samantha DeCorte. Her race against Sen. Maile Shimabukuro went down to the absolute last moment....and she ended up short by a mere 40 votes. Hear Samantha's take on Election 2022 and what she has in store for the future.
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Rick Hamada welcomes Honolulu Civil Beat's Chad Blair to the show to talk several local stories besides the election. Former HPD Chief Louis Kealoha made news this week by starting to pay restitution, the Michael Miske case, and an extensive story in Civil Beat about unexploded ordinance all over the Solomon Islands.
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With Honolulu Police Chief out of the office this week, Rick Hamada talks with Assistant Chiefs Glenn Hayashi (Support Service Bureau) and Aaron Takasaki-Young (Administrative Bureau) about recent headlines and more. Plus, calls for the two ACs are also featured.
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Hawaii Republican Party Chair Lynn Finnegan talks with Rick Hamada about Hawaii's final election results, including a race settled by a mere 40 votes in the state Senate. Plus, Lynn's observations regarding what candidates who didn't win should do now -- looking forward to the next major election cycle in two years.
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Rick Hamada takes a couple minutes to comment on news of final results in Hawaii's Senate District 22 race and projections that Republicans have won a majority in the U.S. House of Representatives.
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On this edition of Sustaining Hawaii, presented by Bayer, Rick Hamada talks with Ynez Gaborno and Nicholas Nishimura--two 8th graders from Waipahu Intermediate School who, as participants in the Future Farmers of America, won a national championship during the recent competition in Indianapolis! Listen to their stories and find out more about the Future Farmers of America!
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November 17, 2022 17 min
Richard Cricchio of Help U Sell Hawaii tackles the tough questions within the unique Hawaii real estate market on "Real Estate Q&A" on NewsRadio 830 KHVH every Wednesday morning. This morning, Rick Hamada & Richard talk about the evolving mortgage market with rising rates...and your own credit scores...in obtaining the mortgage you need to own a home.
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The "big announcement" was last night (11-15) -- Donald Trump is running for President in 2024. What's your reaction? Rick Hamada takes plenty of calls from listeners with their perspective on whether Trump can make it happen....again.
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Honolulu Mayor Rick Blangiardi is back for another full hour of your calls and questions on Ask The Mayor on NewsRadio 830 KHVH! Lots of calls this morning, including a follow up on a situation in McCully, an answer for when the Haiku Stairs will finally be demolished, and an update to the focused operation on cleaning up Waikiki.
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November 17, 2022 9 min
Rick Hamada talks with Rona from Lanakila Pacific about efforts to feed seniors and more through their Meals On Wheels program and the upcoming Christmas Roast To Go!
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Rick Hamada spends a few minutes with Amy Rohlfs of the Veterans Administration Pacific Islands Health Care System (VAPICS) to update veterans on important dates, events, and more coming up in November and through the holiday season.
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It's time once again for the fall edition of the Hawaii International Film Festival! Rick Hamada is joined by Beckie Stocchetti of H.I.F.F. to talk about offerings for the festival, how you can watch, and more!
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What's the latest with Aloha Stadium project? Are we on track for a new stadium in the timeline announced or are there more complications to this state project that will cost hundreds of millions of dollars? State Senator Glenn Wakai joins Rick Hamada with the latest on this massive project.
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November 17, 2022 53 min
On this episode of Law Talk, presented by the Attorneys For Freedom Law Firm, with Rick Hamada and attorney Marc J. Victor, the guys talk about Marc's run for U.S. Senate in the state of Arizona and dive into several issues making headlines from coast to coast and here in Hawaii.
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With former President Trump promoting a "major announcement" tomorrow night (11-15), Rick Hamada turns the speculation over to you: do you support Donald Trump in a second run for the Presidency? Plenty of Hawaii callers chime in on this question.
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Rick Hamada connects with Ira Mehlman of the Federation For American Immigration Reform (F.A.I.R.) to get the latest numbers on illegal crossings of the U.S. mainland southern border and whether Election 2022 will be a catalyst to stem the tide of people streaming into the United States.
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November 16, 2022 43 min
Returning after a couple weeks off air, The SHOPO Hour comes back with SHOPO President Robert Cavaco, Vice President Steve Keogh, and retired Major Mark Cricchio to talk about the search for a police chief on the Big Island, bail reform probably making a comeback in the upcoming legislature, and more.
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Rick Hamada talks with comedian Nimesh Patel, ahead of his shows tonight and tomorrow night (11/11 & 11/12) at Blue Note Hawaii! For more information and to get your tickets to a fun night at Blue Note, go to https://www.bluenotejazz.com/hawaii/shows/?event_detail=nimesh-patel&timestamp=2022-11-11
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On Veterans Day, Rick Hamada talks with Connie Mitchell of the Institute for Human Services (IHS) about our homelessness problem, particularly homeless veterans that IHS helps every day.
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On Veteran's Day, Rick Hamada shares a speech from the great Ronald Reagan, paying tribute to those who served in our United States Armed Forces. Then, Rick takes a call from a guest he hasn't talked to in a long time who wants to share her aloha to all our servicemen and women.
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