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April 7, 2011: Dengue Fever Strikes Again; Kaho`olawe Island Reserve Commission; Grammy Streamlines Categories
•The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is investigating two possible cases of dengue fever on Maui. County officials are awaiting confirmation. For The Maui News, Ron Youngblood reports.
•The state senator whose district includes Kaho`olawe says bills that would help fund the Kaho`olawe Island Reserve Commission have been frozen. Senator J. Kalani English said legislators have concerns about accountability and the role of the Protect Kaho`olawe Ohana. For The Maui News, Ron Youngblood reports.
•Four-time Grammy winner George Kahumoku Jr. says eliminating a category specifically for Hawaiian artists means they will have to compete in a more general regional roots music classification. For The Maui News, Ron Youngblood reports.