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                                The exterior of the Internal Revenue Service building in Washington.
Kokua Line: Is IRS cracking down on pandemic fraud?

Question: I am basically self- employed with my husband, and I keep getting alerts that I am missing out on a tax credit for paying employees during COVID-19. I think it’s a scam, but they look real and tax rules aren’t always logical. Are others getting these? Read more

                                Visitors are back in force in Waikiki, although still lagging. People crossed a bustling Kalakaua Avenue in January.
Waikiki tourism rebounding from pandemic lows

At the worst point of the pandemic it was possible to walk down Kalakaua Avenue — the 50-yard line of the state’s tourism economy — without encountering cars or people. It was so quiet that wild chickens wandered freely through the neighborhood. Read more

                                A Jackson, Miss., resident receives a Pfizer booster shot from a nurse at a vaccination site in 2022.
Should you get another COVID booster shot?

Roughly 300 people in the U.S. are still dying from COVID-related causes each day, a vast majority of them adults older than 70 and people who are medically frail or have impaired immune systems. Read more

Editorial: Schools after pandemic

For students nationwide over the past three years, the COVID-19 pandemic brought despair and difficulties, causing the deepest educational upheaval in U.S. history — and unfortunately, Hawaii was no exception. Read more

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