Civil Beat Staff

Chad Blair

Chad Blair has been a writer, editor and teacher in Honolulu for more than 25 years. His job as reporter and editor is to cover Hawaii, especially how political decisions impact people and communities.

Chad has worked as a journalist for Pacific Business News, Hawaii Public Radio and Honolulu Weekly. He has taught at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu Community College, Hawaii Pacific University and Chaminade University of Honolulu.

A “military brat,” Chad was born on an Army base in Alabama and later lived with his family in Germany, Illinois, Nebraska and Kwajalein in the Marshall Islands. He earned a bachelor’s degree in English at the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley, where he edited the school newspaper. He also minored in Spanish and studied for a semester in Mexico.

Chad worked for a year on Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean, where he tracked satellites for the U.S. Air Force/NORAD. He then earned a master’s degree and a Ph.D. in American studies from UH Manoa. His dissertation, “Democracy in Hawaii: Class, Race and Gender in Local Politics” (1996), was published as “Money, Color and Sex in Hawaii Politics” (Mutual Publishing; 1998).

You can reach him by email at or follow him on Twitter at @chadblairCB.

April 2018

Friday, April 13

Ad Watch: Who’s Kim Coco Iwamoto Again?

Friday, April 6

Chad Blair: Dan Akaka Was The Gentlest Man In Washington

Former US Sen. Daniel Akaka Dead At 93

Wednesday, April 4

Chad Blair: Hirono Fired Up To Take On Cancer And Trump In Campaign

March 2018

Friday, March 30

Ige Fires Back: Hawaii Doesn’t Need ‘Backroom Deals’

Thursday, March 29

Hawaii’s Top Lawmakers Unite Against Gov. Ige’s Re-Election

Chad Blair: She Was An ‘R,’ Now She’s A ‘D’ — And Running For Congress

Tuesday, March 20

Chad Blair: What’s Next For Charles Djou — And The Hawaii GOP?

Thursday, March 15

Chad Blair: A Legislator Who Likes To ‘Drink Beer In The Ocean’

Tuesday, March 6

Chad Blair: Guns Suddenly Become An Issue In Governor’s Race

Thursday, March 1

Chad Blair: Should Hawaii Politicians Accept Mainland Cash?

February 2018

Tuesday, February 27

Former Sen. Clayton Hee Is Running For Governor

Wednesday, February 21

Chad Blair: Here’s Who Takes Money From The NRA In Hawaii

Tuesday, February 20

Chad Blair: A Kids Museum Struggles Amidst Homeless Squalor

Thursday, February 15

Chad Blair: Draining The Swamp At Hawaii’s Capitol

Wednesday, February 14

Bill Would Spare Micronesians A Yearly Trip To The DMV

Why We Publish Provocative Community Voices

Monday, February 12

This Trump Pick Wins Rare Applause from Hawaii’s Democratic Senators

Thursday, February 8

Chad Blair: Was Maui Official Ousted For Skipping Mayor’s Campaign Event?

Tuesday, February 6

Chad Blair: What A Constitutional Convention Might Mean For Hawaiians

January 2018

Tuesday, January 30

Hawaii Praises And Pans Trump Speech

Chad Blair: Telling The Public A Little Less About What It Pays Its Workers

Monday, January 29

Tsutsui Stepping Down As Hawaii Lieutenant Governor

Thursday, January 25

Women’s Caucus Wants Easier Access To Abortion Services

Wednesday, January 24

Gabbard Shakes Up Governor’s Race By Endorsing Hanabusa

Monday, January 22

Chad Blair: Media Isn’t Ready To Let Ige Put Missile Alert Behind Him

Thursday, January 18

Complaint Filed Over Use Of Late Congressman’s Campaign Funds

Palace And Capitol: Hawaiian Event Bridges Two Worlds

Wednesday, January 17

Chin’s Opponents Pile On Criticism Of Candidate’s Campaign Manager

Tuesday, January 16

Chad Blair: Is David Ige’s Political Nene Cooked?

Friday, January 12

Chin Tells Campaign Manager To ‘Get House In Order’

Thursday, January 11

Chad Blair: Hawaii Superferry’s Voyage Of The Damned

Monday, January 8

Hanabusa Launches Campaign With Swipe At ‘Rudderless’ Ige

Sunday, January 7

Chin To Step Down As Hawaii AG In Run For Congress

Thursday, January 4

Chad Blair: Why Colleen Hanabusa Can’t Sit Still

December 2017

Friday, December 29

Chad Blair: Did Hawaii Really Try To Thwart CNN’s Homelessness Report?

Wednesday, December 27

Chad Blair: Micronesia Won’t Soon Break Its Addiction To US Dollars

Friday, December 22

California Approves Saito Extradition To Hawaii

Learmont To Replace Oshiro In Hawaii State House

OHA Trustees’ Settlement Cost $879,000 In Legal Fees

Thursday, December 21

Chad Blair: A Maui Publisher Notches A First Amendment Win

Wednesday, December 20

Hawaii Delegates Speak Out Against GOP Tax Bill ‘Scam’

Friday, December 15

Civil Beat Poll: Lottery Has Big Support In Hawaii

Thursday, December 14

Civil Beat Poll: Voters Just Say No To Legalizing Recreational Marijuana

Wednesday, December 13

Civil Beat Poll: Support Is Still Strong For Medical Aid In Dying

Tuesday, December 12

Civil Beat Poll: Power To The People — Voters Want More Control

Monday, December 11

Civil Beat Poll: Let’s Have A Constitutional Convention

Friday, December 8

Chad Blair: Will You Please Just Be Quiet, Please?

Monday, December 4

OHA Settles Lawsuit That Pitted Trustee Against Her Colleagues

Friday, December 1

Chad Blair: ‘If We Love Hawaii So Much, Why Don’t We Vote?’

November 2017

Monday, November 27

Chad Blair: Brian Schatz Is In The Hot Seat Now

Monday, November 20

Why Is This Hawaii State House Seat Vacant?

Friday, November 17

Chad Blair: A Trip Back To Hawaii Journalism In The ’60s

Monday, November 13

Chad Blair: Why Would Anyone Want To Run For Congress?

Wednesday, November 8

OHA Sues State, UH Over ‘Longstanding Mismanagement’ Of Mauna Kea

October 2017

Tuesday, October 31

This May Be The Election When We Stop Ignoring OHA

Wednesday, October 25

Kauai Mayor Wants To Be Hawaii’s Lieutenant Governor

Tuesday, October 24

High Court Rejects Media Complaint About Police Commission Secrecy

Chad Blair: The Story Of Micronesians Fighting America’s Wars

Friday, October 20

Chad Blair: Doug Chin Sure Sounds Like He Might Run For Congress

Thursday, October 19

GOP Rep. Andria Tupola To Run For Hawaii Governor

Tuesday, October 17

Chad Blair: Pro-Rail Groups Spent $200K On Special Session Lobbying Blitz

Friday, October 13

Chad Blair: Why Is It So Hard To Find Police Commissioners?

Tuesday, October 3

Chad Blair: Special Interests Spend Big On Their Lobbyists

Monday, October 2

Chad Blair: Hawaii’s Surprising Number Of Lobbyists

September 2017

Tuesday, September 26

Chad Blair: @OahuDemocrats Is A Must-Read For Politicos

Friday, September 22

Chad Blair: Schatz On Wrong Side Of Vote To Debate Endless War

Tuesday, September 19

Chad Blair: Should Hawaii Be More Like California?

Thursday, September 14

Chad Blair: Showering Hawaii Officials With Manapua

Thursday, September 7

Chad Blair: My Akamai Guide To The 2018 Elections

Tuesday, September 5

Rail Bailout Bill Becomes Law As Ige Signs $2.4 Billion Measure

Hawaii Delegates Call DACA Decision ‘Heartless, Inhumane’

August 2017

Thursday, August 24

Lawmakers Strike Deal To Increase Hotel Tax, GET To Pay For Rail

Hirono Finds Her Mojo In The Era of Trump

Former Hawaii AGs Want Trump To Denounce Hate

Tuesday, August 22

Why Hotels Will Likely Get Stuck With Honolulu Rail Tab

Friday, August 18

Hawaii DOE: Progress Made On Hiring More School Bus Drivers

Thursday, August 17

Census To Count Micronesians In Hawaii, US Territories

Tuesday, August 15

Sen. Brian Schatz: Trump Is ‘Not My President’

Will Native Hawaiians Be The Victims In This Fight Over A Royal Fortune?

Friday, August 11

Hanabusa Considering Run For Hawaii Governor

Gov. Ige’s Campaign Cash As Low As His Poll Numbers

Wednesday, August 9

Chad Blair: Academy Teaches Aspiring Leaders How To ‘Change The World’

Tuesday, August 8

First Hawaii Dispensary Approved For Medical Marijuana Sales

Tuesday, August 1

Feds Offer An Additional $3 Million To Help Ease Impact Of Micronesian Migration

Chad Blair: Honolulu’s Alternative Weekly Rides Again In Digitized Back Issues

July 2017

Monday, July 31

Court Rejects Marshall Islands’ Suit Against US Over Nuclear Treaty

Thursday, July 27

Chad Blair: Hey! What About The Native Hawaiians?

Wednesday, July 26

Military Transgender Ban Draws Ire Of Hawaii Congressional Delegation

Hawaii AG Takes A Break From Trump Suits To Handle Dog Leash Case

Tuesday, July 25

$16K Gift To Pay OHA Trustee’s Legal Fees Raises Ethical Questions

Friday, July 21

Hirono’s Up For Re-Election Next Year But Schatz Has Twice The Cash

Thursday, July 20

Gabbard Rakes In Far More Campaign Cash Than Hanabusa

Wednesday, July 19

National Poll Finds That David Ige Is One Of The Least Popular Governors

Monday, July 10

Chad Blair: This Young Leader Is All Fired Up

Wednesday, July 5

Chad Blair: Hawaii’s Senators Get Feisty With Tweets And Sound Bites

Monday, July 3

Hawaii Unlikely To Cooperate With Trump’s Voter Fraud Panel

June 2017

Monday, June 26

Chin Says It’s ‘Premature’ For Trump To Claim Victory In Travel Ban Case

Chad Blair: Can Ige Turn Modesty Into A Campaign Asset?

Wednesday, June 21

Hawaii Lawmakers Revive Push To Provide Medicaid for Micronesians

Monday, June 19

Hawaii Democrats Poised To Invite Rep. Fukumoto To The Party

Chad Blair: Why Staring At Cellphones In Crosswalks Should Be Illegal

Tuesday, June 13

Hawaii Leaders Say State Is Under ‘Attack’ With Loss Of Federal Funds

May 2017

Tuesday, May 30

How Did Donovan Dela Cruz Just Become Hawaii’s Most Powerful Senator?

Thursday, May 25

Hawaii Taxpayers Are On The Hook For $18 Million To Settle Claims

Tuesday, May 23

Schatz: Trump’s ‘Cruel’ Budget Is ‘Dead On Arrival’

Run, Tulsi, Run? Gabbard’s Name Pops Up As Presidential Contender

Friday, May 19

Hawaii Prof To White Guys: ‘Get Out Of The Way’

Wednesday, May 17

Mueller As Special Counsel Pleases Hawaii Delegation

How House Leaders Scuttled Better Pay For Foster Parents

Tuesday, May 16

Mazie Hirono Diagnosed With Kidney Cancer

Monday, May 15

Campaign Cash Flowed To Hawaii Lawmakers As Hot Topics Debated

Wednesday, May 10

OHA Gets An F Grade For Telling You How It Spends Your Money

Tuesday, May 9

Hirono: Comey Firing A ‘Disservice To The American People’

Former Congressional Candidate Shirlene Ostrov Wants To Be GOP Chair

Monday, May 8

Who Won And Who Lost In A Legislative Session Marked By Failure

Thursday, May 4

Lawmakers Adjourn Without Deal To Pay For Rail

Rep. Andria Tupola Running For Chair Of State GOP

Wednesday, May 3

House Speaker Joe Souki Expected to Lose His Post, Members Say

Sen. Jill Tokuda To Be Ousted As Ways And Means Chair

Ige Won’t Extend Session Unless A Deal Is Made On Rail Tax

Tuesday, May 2

As Time Runs Out, House And Senate Still Divided Over How To Pay For Rail

Life And Death Drama— For Bills — At The Hawaii Legislature

April 2017

Friday, April 28

All-Mail Balloting Bill Dies In Final Hour Of Conference

Lawmakers Strike Deal to Fund Honolulu Rail Project With Higher Hotel Taxes

Wednesday, April 26

Maui Mayor Arakawa Wants To Be Lieutenant Governor

Debate Over Rail Tax Extension Grows Heated

Majority Leader Leads Senate In Absenteeism This Session

Tuesday, April 25

Governor’s Political Fortunes May Rise With New Teachers’ Contract

Friday, April 21

Hirono Has $1 Million On Hand For Likely Senate Re-election Bid

Thursday, April 20

Hawaii Senate To Propose 10-Year Extension On Rail Tax

Attorney General Sessions’ Criticism Of Hawaii Judge Draws Fire

Wednesday, April 19

Hawaii Legislators Make Headway On State Budget

Tuesday, April 18

Campaign Cash Flowing To Hawaii’s Congresswomen

Thursday, April 13

Why Tom Gorak’s Appointment To The PUC May Be In Trouble

Hawaii Film About Transgender Woman Is At Center Of Federal Debate

Tuesday, April 11

House Legislators Clash Over Bill To Trim Judges’ Pensions

AG: Hawaii Senate Improperly Withheld Testimony From Public

Friday, April 7

Is OHA’s CEO Keeping Ties To Companies Secret From Ethics Panel?

Why Hawaii Still Won’t Require Disclosures Of Pesticide Use

Mixed Reaction From Hawaii Delegates Over Syria Attacks

Thursday, April 6

Hawaii Senators Denounce GOP Rule Change To Confirm Gorsuch

Wednesday, April 5

House Panel Ponies Up Another $1.2 Billion For Honolulu Rail

Bills To Improve Child Care Facilities Near Approval

Will Joe Souki Be Hawaii’s Next Lt Gov?

March 2017

Thursday, March 30

Hawaii Inches Closer To Becoming A Vote-By-Mail State

Wednesday, March 29

Senate Committee Unveils A Streamlined State Budget

Lawmakers Urge Medical Help For Micronesian Veterans

Tuesday, March 28

Money Talks To Lawmakers During Legislative Session

Monday, March 27

Hirono Will Oppose Gorsuch Nomination To High Court

Friday, March 24

Hawaii Dems Take Victory Lap Over Demise Of ‘TrumpCare’

Wednesday, March 22

House Restores Honolulu Rail Tax — For Now

Hawaii Republican Quits Party After Criticizing Trump

Tuesday, March 21

Lawmaker Blows Smoke At Teen Lobbyists

Gabbard: Decriminalize Marijuana At The Federal Level

Monday, March 20

Hirono: Gorsuch Has Pattern Of Ignoring ‘The Little Guy’

Wednesday, March 15

Hawaii House Sends ‘Prudent’ State Budget To Senate

Tuesday, March 14

Help Wanted: Panels On Ethics, Campaigns Need Volunteers

Hawaii Delegates: ‘Trumpcare’ A Bad Deal For Americans

Monday, March 13

McKelvey Booted From Chairmanship In Rare Mid-Session Shake-Up

Sunday, March 12

Lawmaker May Lose Committee Chair Over Pesticide Bill

Thursday, March 9

House Uses Sleight Of Hand To Kill Pesticide Disclosure Bill

Ige: Real Change In DC Will Be ‘Slow To Come’ Despite Trump

Wednesday, March 8

House Panel Wants Budget Slashed By $500M

Tuesday, March 7

Aid In Dying Bill Clears Senate Despite Emotional Appeal

Monday, March 6

Trask Sues Apo Over Alleged Sexual Harassment Settlement

Agencies Seek Info On Death Of Kauai Monk Seal

Friday, March 3

Bills To Raise Hawaii’s Minimum Wage Are Non-Starters

Thursday, March 2

Hawaii’s Congresswomen Say Attorney General Should Resign

Wednesday, March 1

How News Media May Get More Access To Disaster Scenes

February 2017

Tuesday, February 28

Aid In Dying Bill Edges Closer To Hawaii Senate Approval

Monday, February 27

Senators Shoot Down Rail Tax Extension — At Least For Now

Friday, February 24

Anti-Trump Movement Urges Hawaii Politicians To Take A Stand

Thursday, February 23

Bill Would Require Recounts In Close Hawaii Elections

Wednesday, February 22

Hawaii Lawmaker Accepted Junket From Turkish Opposition Group

Tuesday, February 21

Ceiling Tiles Fall At Hawaii Capitol

Thursday, February 16

Caldwell Vows ‘Laser-Like’ Focus on Affordable Housing

Wednesday, February 15

As Two Tax Bills Advance, Honolulu Rail Has Legislators’ Attention

Tuesday, February 14

Minimum Wage Hike Clears Hawaii Senate Committee

Monday, February 13

Drivers May Face Higher Taxes, Fees To Maintain Highways

Measure To Stop Mayors From Moonlighting Shelved

Big Changes In Store For Hawaii Public Radio

Why Are Hawaii Judicial Nominees Mostly Men?

Thursday, February 9

Hawaii Senate To Make Substantial Changes To Rail Tax Bill

Machado Once Again Leads Office Of Hawaiian Affairs

Wednesday, February 8

Gabbard Met Assad Twice For A Total Of Two Hours

‘Obama Slept Here’ Signs Coming Soon?

Tuesday, February 7

Cost Of Gabbard’s Trip To Syria And Lebanon? $9,000

Monday, February 6

Rail Tax Measures Face Big Votes This Week

Saturday, February 4

Introducing The Mark Takai Atomic Veterans Healthcare Parity Act

Thursday, February 2

OHA Infighting Continues As Chairwoman Rowena Akana Is Ousted

Wednesday, February 1

Petition Calls for Gabbard’s Removal From Key US House Posts

Hawaii GOP Lawmaker May Switch Parties

January 2017

Tuesday, January 31

Hirono, Schatz Disappointed With Trump’s Pick Of Gorsuch

Gabbard To Pay Back Costs Of Her Trip To Syria

Sunday, January 29

Hawaii’s AG Joins Others Opposing Immigration Ban

Schatz To Oppose Tillerson, Sessions Nominations

Thursday, January 26

Measures Aim To Help Domestic Violence Victims Get Help

Gambling Measures Surface At The Legislature

Wednesday, January 25

Hawaii Judiciary Launches Mobile App

Lau Spent Much More Money Than Kim In Mayor’s Race

Tuesday, January 24

OHA Chair Says Allegations Against Her Are Unfounded

Bill Banning Second Jobs For Mayors Would Affect Caldwell’s Bank Deal

Monday, January 23

Ige Promises Skeptical Lawmakers He’ll Supply More Budget Details

Saturday, January 21

Thousands Defy Rain And Trump During Rally In Honolulu

Thursday, January 19

Matson: $725K Molasses Fine

Wednesday, January 18

Rail Project’s Huge Shortfall Looms Over Legislature’s Opening Day

Apo: Don’t Jump To Conclusions

Tuesday, January 17

Report: Native Hawaiians Face A ‘Public Health Crisis’

Counties Again Seek Greater Share Of Hotel Tax, Lifeguard Immunity

Monday, January 16

Gun-Death Rates In America

Hiraoka On Judge Nominees List

Hawaii Most Integrated State

Friday, January 13

Petition: Dump Akana, Keep CEO

Death And Taxes: Two Certainties For This Year’s Hawaii Legislature

Thursday, January 12

OHA Trustees Walk Out After Chair Squelches Public Testimony

Wednesday, January 11

Want To Be On Hawaii’s 2020 Presidential Ballot? Show Us Your Taxes

STEM Jobs? Not In Honolulu

Chaos At OHA: A Power Struggle And Employee Accusations

Tuesday, January 10

A $22 Minimum Wage?

Monday, January 9

Schatz Named Chief Deputy Whip

Hirono Acts On Medicare, Medicaid

Sunday, January 8

New Consumer Advocate Named

Wanted: Ethics, Campaign Panels

Saturday, January 7

Senators Oppose National Registry

Thursday, January 5

Legislature’s Financial Leaders To Ige: Give Us A ‘Real Budget’

Why Hasn’t Hawaii Hired A Chief Negotiator For Union Talks?

Ige Campaign Chair Resigns

Wednesday, January 4

OHA Board Votes To Buy Out Contract Of CEO Crabbe

Oahu Repaves 332 Miles

Tuesday, January 3

Does Council’s New Leadership Mean A Smoother Ride For Rail?

Our Christian US Congress

Monday, January 2

More ‘Star’ Chatter On Gabbard

Warren Makes Pitch For Hirono

December 2016

Thursday, December 29

David Ige, Man Of Peace

Google Queries From Hawaii

Hawaii No. 8 For Electoral Integrity

Wednesday, December 28

Hawaii, Trump And A Cafe

Tuesday, December 27

New PR For AARP Hawaii

Abe At Pearl Harbor: ‘Sincere And Everlasting Condolences’

Monday, December 26

Senators: Support Family Planning

‘Talia’s Law’ Becomes Law

Japan’s Shinzo Abe Pays Respects At Oahu Memorial Sites

Friday, December 23

A Big Day For US-Japan Relations Tuesday At Pearl Harbor

Thursday, December 22

More Help For Homeless Vets

Fukumoto Remains GOP Leader

Wednesday, December 21

Renovating The Blaisdell

Hawaii Is 1,428,557 Strong

Senate Leader Opposes Fast-Tracking Honolulu Rail Bill

Tuesday, December 20

POTUS Press Pool Prose

HUD: $11.5M For Hawaii Homeless

Senators Assigned Committees

Monday, December 19

Ige’s Wish List: More Money For Schools, Housing, Homelessness

Who Cares? Honolulu Cares!

Sunday, December 18

Support For Aid In Dying

Decolonization For Guam?

Saturday, December 17

Obama Holiday Protests Resume

Friday, December 16

Ige: Hawaii’s Food Sustainability A Priority In His Budget Plan

Thursday, December 15

Hokulea To Sail Home In June

EPA Seeks $4.8M From Syngenta For Pesticide Violations On Kauai

Wednesday, December 14

Hawaii Says Its New Plan Should Allay Concerns About Pesticides

The Military’s Impact On Hawaii

Hawaii Electors Want Obama To Release CIA Report On Russia

More Suits Filed Over Fears Of Toxic Soil At Marine Corps Base Hawaii

Tuesday, December 13

Hirono Demands Russia Inquiry

Caldwell Outspent Djou Nearly 4-To-1 In Honolulu Mayor’s Race

Monday, December 12

Tulsi Gabbard For President?

UN Declares ‘World Tuna Day’

Sunday, December 11

Senators: Protect Entitlements

Saturday, December 10

Gabbard: Don’t Fund Terrorists

Friday, December 9

Should Union Members Be Able To Disobey Law’s Smoking Ban?

Thursday, December 8

Akana Named New OHA Chair

New President For Chaminade

Environmentalists Urge Land Board To Deny A&B Water Use Permits

Wednesday, December 7

Climate Change ‘Denier’ For EPA?

Sex Offenders Fail To Register

Ohia Quarantine In Place

Tuesday, December 6

Schatz’s Health Bill Approved

POTUS Remembers Pearl Harbor

Latino Lawmakers In Town

Monday, December 5

House Names Sergeant-at-Arms

Pearl Harbor Events Wednesday

Ron Menor For Honolulu City Council Chair?

Abe, Obama To Showcase ‘Power Of Reconciliation’ At Pearl Harbor

Sunday, December 4

Candidates Seek Tsuji’s Seat

Thursday, December 1

Micronesia Expert Blasts ‘Flawed’ US Approach To Foreign Aid

Hanabusa Tabbed As Class Rep

Hawaii’s Probation Program Is Often Copied, But Does It Work?

November 2016

Wednesday, November 30

Gabbard’s Advice For Trump

Gold Medal For Filipino Vets?

Tuesday, November 29

Standing Against Discrimination

Monday, November 28

Hawaii People’s Congress To Meet

Sunday, November 27

Honolulu Tops For Mortgage Debt

Friday, November 18

Who Voted For Donald Trump In Hawaii?

Thursday, November 17

Calvin Say’s Residency Upheld

Senators Decry Internment Talk

Native Hawaiians Don’t Know What To Expect From Trump

Tuesday, November 15

Hirono: Fire Steve Bannon

Monday, November 14

Hanabusa Sworn In, Again

Studying Hawaii’s AAPI Community

Sunday, November 13

Body Recovered Off Kauai

TB Program For Marshall Islands

The Senate’s Women Of Color

Thursday, November 10

COFA Health Coverage Urged

Christian Group Praises Trump

Chad Blair: Wednesday-Morning Quarterbacking Hawaii’s Election

Tuesday, November 8

OHA Chair Lindsey Holds On To Seat, Akina Edges Past Apoliona

Mayor Kirk Caldwell Re-Elected Over Charles Djou

Late Money In Mayor’s Race

Monday, November 7

Clinton, Trump Donors Include Some Familiar Hawaii Names

Sunday, November 6

Mayoral Campaign Weekend Update

Friday, November 4

Clinton And Trump Supporters Make Some Noise In Hawaii

Thursday, November 3

Hawaii, Politically Engaged?

Wednesday, November 2

Djou’s First 100 Days

Sierra Club Hugs Caldwell

Tuesday, November 1

Super PACs Raise Over $1 Million In Honolulu Mayor’s Race

Does Party Preference Matter On Council’s Reapportionment Panel?

October 2016

Monday, October 31

Caldwell Camp Rejects Djou Debate Scheme As ‘Campaign Stunt’

Mail Ballot Deadline Tuesday

Sunday, October 30

New Report On GMOs, Pesticides

Micronesia Hires DC Lobbyists

Friday, October 28

Honolulu Tops For Candy Stores

OHA Races Offer Stark Choices, But How Many Voters Will Care?

Thursday, October 27

Caldwell Campaign: We May Have Been Duped With Newspaper Ad

Tuesday, October 25

Hanabusa Win A ‘Sure Thing’

Balloons Cause Power Outages

TV Spots — And One Big Print Ad — Spice Up Mayor’s Race

Monday, October 24

Gov. Ige Off To Asia, Again

Let The Voting Begin!

Saturday, October 22

HPR Ends Pledge Drive

Friday, October 21

Almost Three-Quarters Of Voters Want To Strengthen Police Panel

Thursday, October 20

Court Kills Kenoi Live-Stream

Play The 2016 Candidate Game

Honolulu Voters Don’t Love Rail, But They Still Want The Job Done

Wednesday, October 19

DOT Warns Of Political Signs

Caldwell Up 7 Points Over Djou In Honolulu Mayor’s Race

Tuesday, October 18

Judge: Angela Kaaihue’s Name To Remain On Ballot — Twice

‘People’s Congress’ Forums Set

Monday, October 17

Galera Named To BOE

TMT Hearings Broadcast

Ex-Supreme Court Justice Picked For Honolulu Police Commission

Hundreds Wanted A Piece Of The Action In Hawaii Pot Dispensaries

Sunday, October 16

Charter Amendment Guide

Friday, October 14

Both Mayoral Candidates Ask: Better Off Than 4 Years Ago?

New Look At Elmer Cravalho

Thursday, October 13

911 Texting Service Launches

Obama Endorses Caldwell

Wednesday, October 12

Djou, Caldwell Make Pitches To Native Hawaiian Audience

Honolulu 2nd ‘Greenest’ City

Tuesday, October 11

WikiLeaks Mentions Gabbard

Panel: Changes In Honolulu Media

How Hawaii Companies Pay To Party It Up With Public Officials

Monday, October 10

Jill Stein On Hawaii Ballot

Saturday, October 8

Cedric Gates Candidacy Stands

Friday, October 7

Caldwell, Djou Want TV Debate

Thursday, October 6

Manahan Likes Caldwell For Mayor

Voter Registration Deadline Nears

Wednesday, October 5

Marshall Islands’ Claim Rejected

‘O’Reilly’ Video Fires Up Schatz

Libertarians Give Ige An ‘F’

Hawaii Is Getting Help From The Feds To Fend Off Election Hackers

Tuesday, October 4

Hirono Seeks Wells Fargo Action

A Fix For Road Rage?

Firefighters Endorse Caldwell

Monday, October 3

Shark Bites Rise In October

Keiki Have High Tooth Decay

More On Killer Cats

Sunday, October 2

Honolulu Rents Decline Slightly

Saturday, October 1

Honolulu Mayoral Candidates Vie For Coveted Kupuna Vote

September 2016

Thursday, September 29

9/11 Becomes Boiling Point In Honolulu Mayoral Debate

Wednesday, September 28

National Coffee Day Thursday

Djou To Skip PBS Honolulu Mayoral Debate With Caldwell

Some See Danger As Honolulu’s Yellow Streetlights Turn White

Tuesday, September 27

Another Democrat For Djou

Monday, September 26

Hawaii ‘Worst’ State For Teachers

Sunday, September 25

Islands’ Nuclear Case Pending

Hawaii’s Highways Rank 48th

Friday, September 23

Obama ‘Spat’ On Hawaiians

Feds Lay Out ‘Pathway’ To Native Hawaiian Self-Governance

Thursday, September 22

Profanity-Laced Video Shows Mayor Partying Hard At Conference Party

Ige Wants Maui Disaster Help

Wednesday, September 21

Hawaii’s ‘Integrated’ Hispanics

Gabbard: Halt Saudi Arms Sales

Saturday, September 17

Veteran HPD Officer Arrested

Friday, September 16

Surfing In Micronesia

Thursday, September 15

Oahu Dem: Party ‘More Dictatorial’

The Military Tries To Sell Itself As Positive Environmental Force

Friday, September 9

Genki Sushi Reopens Stores

Plastic Message In A Bottle

Hirono, Schatz Want Zika Action

Thursday, September 8

Martin, Ozawa Support Djou

Bernie Delegate May Get Booted From Party Over Flipping The Bird

Wednesday, September 7

Cup Of Joe At IUCN: $3.50

Can Spending Six Figures On PR Solve OHA’s Image Problem?

Monday, September 5

Hawaii 3rd Least Obese State

Djou Rakes In Campaign Cash, Caldwell Spends Heavily

Humans ‘Making Oceans Sick’

Sunday, September 4

An All-Star Panel Talks Big Ideas About The Future Of Oceans

Saturday, September 3

Drop The Oxybenzone, Or Stop Swimming In Hawaiian Waters

IUCN Protesters: The Military Is Destroying The Planet

Friday, September 2

Video Of Obama On Midway

Judge Steve Alm Is Taking His Message Of ‘HOPE’ To DC

Thursday, September 1

Three Fundraisers For Caldwell

August 2016

Wednesday, August 31

Hirono’s Twitter Rant On Trump

Djou: No Tax Increase For Honolulu Rail — Yet

Why The World Conservation Congress Is A Big Deal For Hawaii

Tuesday, August 30

DBEDT: Steady Economic Growth

Olelo To Cablecast IUCN

Monday, August 29

Cheaper Flights To Micronesia?

Obama In Town This Week

Chad Blair: It’s Easy To Get On A Hawaii Ballot — Maybe Too Easy

Sunday, August 28

Plan Ahead For IUCN Traffic

Hawaii: Not Friendly For Taxes

Friday, August 26

Hawaii Democrats To Challenge Kaaihue’s Candidacy

New President For EWC

How To Pronounce ‘Papahanaumokuakea’

Thursday, August 25

A Postage Stamp For Diwali

Wednesday, August 24

Low ACT Scores For Hawaii Grads

Hirono: Trump ‘Bizarre’ On Immigration

New City Transit Director Named

Bullying Of Asian-Americans, Pacific Islanders ‘On The Rise’

Monday, August 22

Hawaii GOP Appears Stuck With Angela Aulani Kaaihue

Poverty High In Marshall Islands

Going Green At IUCN

Sunday, August 21

Hawaii Ranked 48th Freest State

Saturday, August 20

Hawaii GOP Chair Denounces His Own Party’s US House Nominee

Monday, August 15

Can Hawaii’s Voter Turnout Get Any Lower Than This?

Sunday, August 14

Hawaii Democrats Gather For Continuity As Much As Unity

Saturday, August 13

Two OHA Seats Will Head To A Nov. 8 Runoff

Caldwell, Djou Headed For Runoff In Honolulu Mayor’s Race

Harry Kim Wins Big Island Mayor Race

Friday, August 12

Gon Named To Land Board

State, Union Reach Agreement On Maui Hospitals

Thursday, August 11

Djou Outraises Caldwell 4-to-1

Wong Out, Bhanot In At DHS

Incumbents Look To Hold Off Reformers In OHA Trustee Elections

Wednesday, August 10

How Will Honolulu’s Next Mayor Pay To Finish The Rail Project?

Tuesday, August 9

Term Limit Changes For Oahu?

Monday, August 8

Airbnb PAC Gives To Hawaii

GoHawaii App Promotes Safety

Caldwell Touts Democratic Support

Some New Ads In The Mayor’s Race Stretch The Truth

Sunday, August 7

In Hawaii, $100 Is Really $85.62

Hawaii Judiciary Site Earns Props

Friday, August 5

With 60 Percent Approval, Obama Still Feeling The Aloha

Thursday, August 4

Schatz Slams Trump On Philippines

How Kirk Caldwell Blew Through $500K In Just 29 Days

Will Congress Pass Zika Bill?

Voters Aren’t Happy About Rail, But Still Want It Fully Built

Wednesday, August 3

Gabbard Voting For Clinton

Yamane Heads City Ethics Panel

Djou Holds A 9-Point Lead Over Caldwell In Mayor’s Race

Tuesday, August 2

Election For Vacant House Seat

Services Set For Mark Takai

Ad Watch: Carlisle Says You Can Trust Him To Build Rail Right

Monday, August 1

Djou, Caldwell Lob Ethics Charges

Early Walk-In Voting Begins

July 2016

Sunday, July 31

Kukakuka At Thomas Square

Gary Johnson On Hawaii Ballot

Thursday, July 28

Hirono, Women Senators: With Her

Lawmaker Rebuffed At DOE Meeting

Wednesday, July 27

Rep. Ing Arrested On Maui

Convention Delegate Doesn’t Regret Flipping The Bird In Philly

The Ghost In The Big Island’s Political Machine

Tuesday, July 26

As Caldwell And Djou Sharpen Attacks, Carlisle Goes For Laughs

Monday, July 25

It’s Your Money: Special Session’s Price Tag At Least $10,000

Sunday, July 24

Gabbard Wants More Campaign Cash

Honolulu Among ‘Least Stressed’ Cities

Friday, July 22

Judaism In Hawaii Politics

Caldwell Ad ‘Fact-Checks’ Djou on Rail, Homelessness

Thursday, July 21

HC&S Fined $600K For Emissions

Wednesday, July 20

How Two Different People Could Win The Same US House Seat

Tributes Pour In After Death of Congressman Mark Takai

Tuesday, July 19

NextEra Opponents Take Victory Lap, Ponder Hawaii’s Energy Future

Petition Drive To Shorten Rail

Monday, July 18

Other Suitors For Hawaiian Electric

Labor Pains: Still No Deal On Bill To Assist Maui Hospital Workers

Sunday, July 17

Gabbard: $1.9M Cash On Hand

Guam Deports COFA Citizen

Schatz Visiting Asian Leaders

Friday, July 15

House Passes GMO Label Bill

Pokémon Go Leads To Heiau

Thursday, July 14

In Honolulu Mayoral Forum, It’s All About The Rail Project

Djou’s First TV Ad Attacks Mayor Caldwell As Untrustworthy

Wednesday, July 13

Honor Coming For Filipino Vets?

‘Dog’ Chapman Owes State $35K

Tuesday, July 12

Lawmakers, Governor Seek Compromise On Maui Hospital Bill

Former Rep. Fale Fined $1,000

Monday, July 11

Aid-In-Dying Support Grows

Sunday, July 10

Mayoral Candidates Raising Cash

New Bills From Hawaii’s Senators

EMILY’s List Supports Hanabusa

Friday, July 8

Hirono, Schatz Split GMO Votes

Lawmakers May Call Special Session To Aid Maui Hospital Workers

Thursday, July 7

House: Bar Women From Draft

Industrial Hemp Bill Now Law

Honolulu Mayoral Candidates Trade Barbs Over Canceled Debate

Wednesday, July 6

Sewage Spill Closes Kewalo Basin

Honolulu Mayor’s Six-Figure Compensation From Bank Draws Fire

Tuesday, July 5

Hawaii No. 4 For #DrivingSelfies

House Dems Pay Staff Well

Monday, July 4

After Brexit, A ‘Hawexit’?

Hawaii No. 6 For Patriotism

June 2016

Thursday, June 30

Hawaii AG Appeals DHHL Case

Anderson Out As Vice Chair

OHA CEO Crabbe Reappointed

Wednesday, June 29

Gabbard’s Office Website Hacked

One-Stop Centers For Micronesians Fight Back Amid Criticism

Tuesday, June 28

In Latest Campaign Spot, Caldwell Accentuates The Positive

Monday, June 27

5 Labor Groups Backing Djou

Thielen Candidacy Challenge Tossed

A Shark Bill For ‘Shark Week’

Sunday, June 26

Honolulu Picked For ‘Green’ Aid

Bipartisan House Gun Bill Proposed

Friday, June 24

1.5M Pacific Islanders In US

One More Fundraiser For Caldwell

Thursday, June 23

Hawaii First State To Link Firearms Owners To FBI Database

AG Asked To Check AC Bids

Chad Blair: Meet Middle Street, Oahu’s Hot New Travel Destination

Wednesday, June 22

Gun Control Sit-In In House

To Hear The Founding Fathers Tell It, Hemp Can Make America Great Again

Tuesday, June 21

Enforcement Chief Leaves DLNR

Monday, June 20

Senate Kills Four Gun Bills

Homeless Emergency Extended, Again

Bill: Study Pot’s Medical Value

Chad Blair: Is There No Hate In The 808?

Sunday, June 19

Gabbard Not Yet Backing Clinton

Friday, June 17

Maui Hospitals Handover Approved

Recognition For Nainoa Thompson

Thursday, June 16

House Nixes War, Immigrant Bills

Hawaii GOP Chair Wants Democratic Senator Removed From The Ballot

Djou Challenges Mayor To Call For Return of Honolulu Ethics Director

Senate To Vote On Gun Bills

Wednesday, June 15

Honolulu Ethics Director Quits Over Direction Commission Is Headed

Djou Gets Some Democratic Support In Campaign For Mayor

Contaminated Fish At Kwajalein?

Former Hawaii Congresswoman Backs GOP Candidate Against Hanabusa

Tuesday, June 14

Christie’s Pot Conviction Upheld

Seeking Third Term, Gabbard Focuses On Defense, Foreign Policy

Monday, June 13

Murder Charge For Oahu Jail Guard

Sunday, June 12

Ige: ‘Let Us Reject Fear And Hostility’

Honolulu FBI: No Known Threats

Friday, June 10

Schatz: ‘We Feel Good’ About Coming Election

Thursday, June 9

House Tackles Puerto Rico Debt

Filipino WWII Veterans Reunion Program Begins

Aiona Endorses Djou For Mayor

Hawaii On The Hill: Keeping The Islands On Washington DC’s Map

Wednesday, June 8

Gabbard Welcomes Modi To DC

Details Emerge In Hilo Police Shooting

Tuesday, June 7

Grassroot’s Akina Runs For OHA

Monday, June 6

Shelter From The Storm: The Hokulea In New York City

Friday, June 3

Two More Unions Supporting Caldwell

Thursday, June 2

Ala Wai Canal To Briefly Close?

Aiona Looking At 3 Races

Wednesday, June 1

Hawaii 45th For Fiscal Solvency

Lei Ahu Isa For Congress

Warren: Schatz ‘A True Progressive’

May 2016

Monday, May 30

Should Obama Visit Marshall Islands?

Gabbard A Leader Of Progressives?

Sunday, May 29

Bernie’s Backers Prevail At Democratic State Convention

Takai Indicates Support For Hanabusa

Saturday, May 28

David Ige On Hawaii Democrats: ‘We Embrace Diversity’

Thursday, May 26

Who Didn’t Raise Cash During Session?

Wednesday, May 25

No Martin Mayoral Decision Yet

4 Vie For Democratic Party Chair

Tuesday, May 24

Who Raised Money During Session?

Isle Counties Move ‘Steadily Forward’

Hanabusa To Run For Takai’s Seat In Congress?

Hawaii’s Teachers Union Makes Early Legislative Endorsements

Monday, May 23

An App For Planned Parenthood

Kim Coco Iwamoto For Senate

Sunday, May 22

Hawaii Worst State To Make A Living

Saturday, May 21

Hawaii Republicans Unite Behind Donald Trump, But Not Unanimously

Thursday, May 19

Local 5 Leader Sued By Colleague

Rep. Mark Takai Of Hawaii Will Not Run For Re-Election

‘Chaos’ In US House Floor Vote

Mayor Caldwell’s First TV Spot Stays On Message

Wednesday, May 18

Slom Sorry For Campaign Error

Two More Unions Back Caldwell

Judge Garland ‘Impressive,’ Says Hirono

Chad Blair: A Koch Brothers Connection To The Grassroot Institute?

Monday, May 16

Judge Seeks ‘Fresh’ Start, But Acrimony Over TMT Resurfaces

Sunday, May 15

Asian-American Stars From Hawaii

Derogatory Racial Term Denounced

Friday, May 13

Sanders Backers Dispute Delegate Count

Carlisle Wants To Be Mayor Of Honolulu, Again

Thursday, May 12

Gabbard Wants Action On Opioids

Adler Named To Ethics Commission

Hawaii AG Investigated Auditor’s Office Before Recent Shakeup

Schatz’s Hawaii PAC Has Brought In $220K In Two Years

Wednesday, May 11

Hirono’s Pineapple PAC Seeks To Help Dems Retake The US Senate

Tuesday, May 10

Hawaii Worst For Road Rage

Schatz Meets With Merrick Garland

New Political Parties Get Their Shot On Hawaii Ballots This Year

Monday, May 9

Hawaii’s Top 5 Statehouse Issues?

Saturday, May 7

Rep. Rhoads Running For Senate

Chun Oakland To Leave Senate

Friday, May 6

Caldwell Gets Ethics Complaints

Peter Savio For Honolulu Mayor?

Thursday, May 5

2016 Session: AC For Schools, Help For Housing And Homeless

School AC Bill Now Law

Joe Souki, A&B And Coffee

Wednesday, May 4

Caldwell: ‘I Want To Keep This Job’

Sports Authority Bill Misses Cut

Legislature Passes Airbnb Bill, Others As Session Wanes

Protests Don’t Overcome East Maui Water Diversion Bill

Tuesday, May 3

Hawaii News Media Access Bill Dies

Monday, May 2

Hirono, Ige Raise Zika Awareness

Chinese ‘Mega Resort’ For Yap?

OK To Smoke In Cars With Kids

April 2016

Saturday, April 30

Schatz Has $3M In Campaign Cash

Ten Running For Big Isle Mayor

Friday, April 29

Drought Disaster In Marshall Islands

Gabbard Applauds Modi Invitation

Wednesday, April 27

State Aims To Develop 22,500 Affordable Rental Housing Units

Tuesday, April 26

Speaker Souki Raises Cash In Session

Monday, April 25

Hawaii Lawmakers Recommend $12M For Homeless Initiatives

Schatz A ‘Rising Energy, Enviro Star’

Sunday, April 24

Bills To Aid Voting Near Approval

Hirono Wants $1.9B To Fight Zika

Friday, April 22

Alexander & Baldwin Will Keep Water Rights After Senate Vote

Two Dozen More Lawsuits Alleging Child Sexual Abuse Expected

Thursday, April 21

Alexander & Baldwin Reinserted Into Bill To Extend Hawaii Water Leases

Wednesday, April 20

A&B’s Return Of East Maui Water: Generous Gesture Or Staged Event?

Housing Advocates Hope Lawmakers Will ‘Do The Right Thing’

Tuesday, April 19

Martin Pulls Papers For Mayoral Bid

Tulsi, Danny And Bernie In Brooklyn

Monday, April 18

Chad Blair: ‘Rail Is The Issue’ In Mayoral Election, Says Kirk Caldwell

Saturday, April 16

Caldwell Opens Campaign Headquarters

Friday, April 15

More Lawmakers Raise More Money

Omidyar Chips In $100K To Keep Trump From White House

Lawmakers May Replace State Auditor With Ethics Director

Thursday, April 14

Review Of A&B Water Lease Ordered

Takai Warns Of North Korea Threat

Middling Grade For Gov’t Spend Data

Ige Wants Education ‘Blue Print’

Wednesday, April 13

Three More Lawsuits Allege Sexual Abuse By Hawaii Priests

Don Horner Leaving Hawaii BOE

More House Reps Seek Campaign Cash

Tuesday, April 12

Hawaii Senate Approves Water Rights Bill Over Loud Protests

Sports Authority Bill Passes Senate

US Senate Bill Calls For $137 Million In Aid To COFA Nation of Palau

Monday, April 11

Female Lawmakers, State By State

Bypass Surgery Set For Sam Slom

Chad Blair: Ernie Martin Tests Honolulu’s Mayoral Waters

Sunday, April 10

Political Season Kicks Off In Hilo

Friday, April 8

Water Rights Bill Awaits Senate Vote

Thursday, April 7

Ige Announces LUC, BOE Nominees

‘Kumu Hina’ Wins GLADD Award

Hawaii Majority Leaders Visit China To Strengthen Relations

Wednesday, April 6

Sen. Slom Undergoing ‘Routine Testing’

Should Hawaii’s State Government Stop Hiring So Many Temps?

Tuesday, April 5

Maui’s Ancient Water Rights Debate Headed For Capitol Showdown

Friday, April 1

Hawaii Gets Another Superdelegate For Democratic Convention

March 2016

Thursday, March 31

Marsy’s Law Rally At The Capitol

Wednesday, March 30

Do Election Signs Generate Votes?

Maui Senators Raise Funds Together

Tuesday, March 29

Affordable Housing Bills Inch Closer To Passage At Hawaii Legislature

The Right To Take Pics In Public

AARP ‘Airs’ Caregiver Bills At Capitol

When Can You Drive Stoned?

Rep. Luke And Colleagues Raise Cash

Caucus ‘Chaos’: Complaints Follow Hawaii Democrats’ Presidential Preference Poll

Monday, March 28

Senate Panel Nixes Proposal To Ease Campaign-To-Campaign Donations

Sunday, March 27

Sharing A Ballot On Social Media

Oregon Bill Assists COFA Residents

Saturday, March 26

Weekend At Bernie’s: Hawaii Democrats Embrace Sanders

Friday, March 25

Keoki Kerr Leaves TV For HSTA

Sanders Or Clinton? Hawaii Dems To Make Preference Known Saturday

Thursday, March 24

Chad Blair: Where Are The Haoles For Hillary?

Wednesday, March 23

Help Urged For Wahiawa General

Grand Jury Indicts Hawaii County Mayor Billy Kenoi On Theft Charges

Bill To Cut Retiring Judge Benefits Dies

Ryan Kalei Tsuji Leaves Government

Tuesday, March 22

Cop Cameras Among The Police Reform Bills Still Alive

More Fundraising For Kirk Caldwell

Monday, March 21

Senate Panel Votes To Triple Payments To Hawaiian Home Lands

Testifying Live Via The Internet

Ruderman Raises Funds During Session

Bill Would Support Reef Conservation

Sunday, March 20

Honolulu ‘Feels The Bern’

Saturday, March 19

Kouchi Delays Public Records Request

Friday, March 18

Cops On Camera, Cameras On Cops

Daniel K. Inouye Int’l Airport?

Cop Standards Board Bill Revived

Ethics Panel Seat Still Open

Office of Hawaiian Affairs Has 10 Employees In The Six-Figure Range

Thursday, March 17

Celebrate Micronesia This Weekend

Press Club Disses DLNR’s Case

Schatz To GOP: ‘Do Your Job’

Wednesday, March 16

House Kills Statewide Training Board For Law Enforcement Officers

House Approves $13.5B Budget Bill

Hirono Votes Against GMO Bill

Nai Aupuni Won’t Pursue Vote On Native Hawaiian Constitution

Tuesday, March 15

NRA: Hawaii’s ‘Anti-Gun’ Bills

Let’s Raise Some Cash During Session!

Sunday, March 13

Hawaii Reps Act On Immigration

Senate: Name Something After Obama

A Statue For Patsy Mink

Hillary For Hawaii Gears Up

Friday, March 11

Fundraiser For Rep. Chris Lee

Hawaii GOP: 11 Delegates For Trump

Nestor Garcia Returns To KHON2

Aide To Gov. Ige Launches Video Production Company

Thursday, March 10

Two House Reps Raise Cash

Another Ernie Martin Fundraiser

Tempers Flared At GOP Poll Site

New Boss For Hawaii Public Radio

‘Shake It Up!’ Why Hawaii Republicans Voted For Donald Trump

Tuesday, March 8

Hawaii Republicans Hand Donald Trump Another Victory

Affordable Housing, Homelessness Bills Still Alive In Legislature

The Return Of Senator No

Rubio Camp: Local Cruz Team Lies

Duke Aiona Endorses Marco Rubio

Monday, March 7

Trump Hawaii Supporters Fire Back

Charles Djou: Don’t Vote Trump

Could A Hawaii Sports Authority Spark A New Industry?

Sunday, March 6

Hawaii GOP Senator Likes Cruz

Animal Cruelty Bills Killed

Who’s Raising Cash During Session?

Murkowski Wants US-Palau Deal

Friday, March 4

An Update On Sam Slom

Harry Kim For Big Isle Mayor?

Hawaii Voters Will Soon Get Their Say On Presidential Races

Thursday, March 3

After Office, Obama Will Stay In DC

Chad Blair: Sen. Josh Green’s Tale Of Two Cities

Wednesday, March 2

Judge: State Must Fund Hawaiian Home Lands

Tuesday, March 1

Island Air Ends Lanai Service

February 2016

Sunday, February 28

Term Limits Bill Gets Hearing

Tulsi Gabbard Backs Bernie Sanders

Saturday, February 27

Native Hawaiian Constitution Adopted

Friday, February 26

Hillary For Hawaii Office Opens

Thursday, February 25

The Other Aha: Hawaiian Independence Backers Make Their Case

Hirono, Schatz Push SCOTUS Pick

Wednesday, February 24

Kidani, Dela Cruz Hold Fundraisers

My Mayor, My Boss: Employees Contribute To Caldwell Campaign

Tuesday, February 23

Intoxicated? Put Down That Firearm!

Bill: Penalty For Animal Desertion

Tsutsui Extends Homeless Emergency

Monday, February 22

Still In Session? Let’s Raise Cash!

A High School For Patsy Mink

Bob McDermott Backs Ted Cruz

Ivory Ban Passes Senate, Barely

Sen. Josh Green Is Sitting On A Half-Million Dollars Of Campaign Cash

Sunday, February 21

Graham’s Prayer Tour In Honolulu

Rubio, Carson On GOP Hawaii Ballot

Friday, February 19

Some Hawaii House Members Are Awash In Campaign Cash

Thursday, February 18

Nai Aupuni Aha Now Televised

Wednesday, February 17

Nobel Prize For Marshallese Leader?

Hawaii Ag Compared, 1980 To 2015

Stanley Chang Vs. Sam Slom?

Tuesday, February 16

Bills On Police Body Cams, Shooting Review Board Move Forward

GET-Caregiver Bill Moves Forward

Labor Protests Scott Walker Talk

Monday, February 15

New Group Resists Nai Aupuni

Lobbying Law Proposed For Kauai

$1.5M For Waikiki Waterfront Repair?

Schatz Bill: Child Safety On Planes

Hawaii PACs Already Busy Raising And Spending Cash

Saturday, February 13

Makana Sings Out For Bernie Sanders

Wasserman Schultz Leads Local Fundraiser

Friday, February 12

Zika Virus In Marshall Islands?

Thursday, February 11

Monsanto Among Top Hawaii Lobbyists

Judge Rejects Maui Hospital Challenge

Bill: ‘Facility’ Dogs Allowed In Court

Wednesday, February 10

Raising The GET: Will Hawaii Lawmakers Take A Bite Of The Forbidden Fruit?

Civil Beat Poll — Full Questionnaire And Results — January 2016

Tuesday, February 9

Hawaii Senators Ponder Rules And Money For Police Body Cameras

Civil Beat Poll: Voters Love Obama But Ige, Caldwell? Not So Much

Monday, February 8

DOE ‘Behavior Analyst’ Bill Uproar

Firearms Bills At Hawaii Legislature

Karen Awana Running For Office?

Civil Beat Poll: More Voters Call For More Police Oversight

Sunday, February 7

Hawaii Ferry Bills Chugging Along

Collective Bargaining For Grad Students?

No GMO Fish In Hawaii, Please

Friday, February 5

House Panel Passes Bill To Fund Vector Control Jobs

Civil Beat Poll: Only 16 Percent Of Voters Feel Good About Honolulu Rail

Thursday, February 4

Bill: Don’t Mess With Sharks And Rays

$2.6M In Schatz’s War Chest

Civil Beat Poll: Voters Think Ige, Caldwell Failing On Homelessness

Wednesday, February 3

Lawmakers Oppose New Cesspool Ban

Schatz Energy Amendment Rejected

Civil Beat Poll: Majority Oppose NextEra-HEI Merger

Tuesday, February 2

Caldwell Has $1.6M For Re-Election

Survey: Honolulu Airport Food Is Awful

Two Elected Officials Trade Off State Duties Against Nai Aupuni Work

Monday, February 1

Undeterred By Cancer, Takai Wants A Second Term In Congress

January 2016

Sunday, January 31

Human Papillomavirus Vaccine By 7th Grade?

Keiki Caucus Aims At School Bullying

State Gov’t To Nix Bottled Water?

Thursday, January 28

Women’s Caucus Wants To Alter Police Commissions, Create Standards Board

There’s Another Hawaii Lottery Bill

Wednesday, January 27

Rod Tam For State Senate?

Micronesians ‘Younger, Sicker’ Than Other Hawaii Groups

Tuesday, January 26

Who’s Raising Cash During Session?

Grading Hawaii’s Med Pot Program

Live, From Honolulu, It’s Capitol On Demand!

Kahele Recalled As ‘Quiet, Humble Man’ Who Served With Class, Dignity

Monday, January 25

Ige: Action On Chronic Problems Is ‘Long Overdue’

Speaker Souki Introduces Lottery Bill

Sunday, January 24

Bills: Campaigns, Ballots, Open Gov’t

Back To Hawaii’s Future Caucus

Hirono: CIA Should Apologize For Spying

Friday, January 22

Permanent Missile Defense On Kauai?

Obama Sympathies On Helicopter Tragedy

Caldwell Visits DC, Talks Homelessness

Thursday, January 21

Would You Pay More In Taxes To Take Care Of Mom?

Wednesday, January 20

Lawmakers Shrug Off Election Year To Propose ‘Bold’ Ideas

Money In Elections Is Not Free Speech

Yet Another Commission For Hawaii?

Hawaii Catholic Church Sues Insurer Over Sex Abuse Payouts

Tuesday, January 19

Hawaii Legislature’s Open Scaled Back

House Dems Hold Campaign Fundraiser

Monday, January 18

Ward: Ige, Legislature ‘Heartless’ On DHHL

No Powerball For Hawaii, 5 Other States

Guam Wants More COFA Support

Hirono’s Trip To Middle East, Europe

Friday, January 15

Hawaii Speaker: Lottery Bill A ‘Distinct Possibility’

Ted Cruz On Hawaii GOP Ballot

Thursday, January 14

Maui Hospital Kaiser Deal Signed

A Fundraiser For Ernie Martin

Session Time? Campaign Fundraisers Abound!

Is Hawaii Really Worried About Muslims With Guns?

Thatched Huts Aside, Homelessness And Housing Top Legislative Agenda

Wednesday, January 13

Kasich On Hawaii GOP Ballot

Fed Audit Loses Hirono’s Support

Coming Soon: Video On Demand From The Hawaii Capitol

Tuesday, January 12

Bill: Long-Term Care For Kupuna

House Approves North Korea Sanctions

The Most Racially Integrated State Is …

What’s The State Of Hawaii’s Union?

Monday, January 11

Med Pot Dispensaries Application Online

Hirono Stumping For Clinton In Iowa

Sunday, January 10

Which States Can Weather Recession?

Work, Service Opportunity For COFA Immigrants

Challenger For Rep. Gregg Takayama

Thursday, January 7

Increase In Hawaii Revenue Forecast ‘Doesn’t Really Amount To That Much’

Espero’s Plan For Illegal Fireworks

Report: Hirono Meets Netanyahu In Israel

Gabbard Wants Iran Missile Sanctions

Hawaii Medical Association Wants A Say In Pot Dispensing

Wednesday, January 6

Obamacare Repeal Heads To Obama

Nuclear Victims: Will We Help Vets Who Cleaned Up After Atomic Blasts?

Monday, January 4

Lowest Gun Death Rates? Yep, Hawaii

Freshwater Crisis For Marshall Islands

Sunday, January 3

Josh Green May Run For LG Or Gov

December 2015

Thursday, December 31

Hawaii Minimum Wage Now $8.50, But Is That Enough?

Wednesday, December 30

State Faulted In Obamacare Signup

Tuesday, December 29

Tips On How To Avoid Eviction

Young Adults Clueless On Care Plans

Upheaval At A Local Television Station

Monday, December 28

White House Press Pool Prose

Hawaii GOP Keynoter: Scott Walker

Sunday, December 27

US Senate: ‘Whitest Deliberative Body’

Nothing Named For Obama In Hawaii

Thursday, December 24

Ige Expands ‘Homeless Response’ Efforts

Wednesday, December 23

Sierra Club: DOT’s LED Hurts Birds

Christmas Playlist From The Obamas

Nai Aupuni Lists Convention Participants

Tuesday, December 22

Time To Register Your Drone

Hoopili Upheld By Hawaii’s High Court

SCOTUS Action Sought On Nai Aupuni

Monday, December 21

Ige Says His Budget Proposal Keeps ‘Promise’ To Hawaii’s People

Will Duke Aiona Run For Mayor Of Honolulu?

Gov. David Ige: Is Being Hawaii’s Engineer In Chief Good Enough For Now?

Saturday, December 19

Struggling To Keep Med Pot Safe

Hokulea Preps For Longest Leg Yet

Wednesday, December 16

Ted Cruz Hawaii Campaign Launched

‘No Drone Zone’ For Obama Visit

Trump Enters Hawaii GOP Caucus

Should Hawaii’s DLNR Cops Carry Semi-Automatic Weapons?

Monday, December 14

A New Road For Sand Island

Hawaii Could Lose $20M In Internet Access Tax Revenue

How Casinos Fiscally Impact Counties

Big Isle Cops Want Body Cams

Sunday, December 13

How Diverse Is Hawaii’s Legislature?

NOAA Funds $8.4M For Coral Reefs

Friday, December 11

Heightened Security for Honolulu Marathon

Chad Blair: Hawaii’s Own Republican Insurrection

Wednesday, December 9

Hawaii Supremes Hold Court In Waianae

Bobby Bunda Returns To Politics

Too Many Boards And Commissions In Hawaii?

Tuesday, December 8

Takai Backs Visa Waiver Bill

Monday, December 7

Rep. Ing Wants Debt-Free College

Say Hello To Professor Hanabusa

Sunday, December 6

And The Best State To Live In Is …

An End To US-Micronesia Treaty?

Friday, December 4

Transportation Bill Has $1.3B For Hawaii

UH College Radio Gets Power Boost

New Survey Takes Census Data Down To The Neighborhood Level

Thursday, December 3

Senate Votes To Gut Obamacare

Yet Another Caldwell Fundraiser

Wednesday, December 2

U.S. Supreme Court Blocks Ballot Count In Hawaiians-Only Election

State Ethics Panel Wants To Make Disclosures Easier For State Officials

Gabbard Warns Of Nuclear War

Tuesday, December 1

House Rejects Obama’s Climate Rules

Hawaii Airport Parking Rates Increase

November 2015

Monday, November 30

Many Female Senators Backing Clinton

Nai Aupuni Extends Voting Deadline

Sunday, November 29

Homelessness ‘Out Of Control’ In Honolulu

Friday, November 27

Grassroot Institute Vs. Nai Aupuni, Round 3

Climate Change Focus On Marshall Islands

October 2015

Friday, October 30

Are You ‘Insurance Ready’ For Halloween?

Budget Deal Heads To Obama

Endless Infighting at OHA Starts To Cost Real Money

Thursday, October 29

Senate To Hear Court Appointments

Gabbard On Bill Maher Show

Wednesday, October 28

Takai Returns To Vote For Budget Deal

The New Kids On The Block: A ‘Hidden Minority’

Tuesday, October 27

Congress Moves On Cybersecurity, Ex-Im

Ritte Withdraws From Hawaiian Election

OHA Launches Hawaiian Governance Site

Kenoi: ‘No Plans’ For Homeless Sweeps

Jobs And The Economy: It’s Only Going To Get Worse

Monday, October 26

Takai Has Small Tumor In Pancreas

B-Day Party, Fundraiser For Hirono

HPR Pledge Drive Ends, Finally

Climate Change: ‘The Single Greatest Threat To Our Existence’

Friday, October 23

Hawaiians-Only Election Gets Court Approval

Jeb Bush On Hawaii GOP Ballot

Partial Obamacare Repeal Passes House

Schatz Sitting Pretty On $2.3M Campaign War Chest

Thursday, October 22

Ige Cabinet On The Road

Honolulu No. 7 Big US City

Wednesday, October 21

Sand Island Shelter Rules Eased

Honolulu an ‘Eco-Friendly’ City

Health Care: Migration Is Often a Matter of Survival

Tuesday, October 20

Help Sought for Bikini Islanders

Hirono Decries ‘Sanctuary Cities’ Bill

Monday, October 19

Astronomy Night at the White House

The Odyssey of Jonithen Jackson

Takai Outpaces Gabbard in Fundraising — Barely

Sunday, October 18

New Legislative Director for Gabbard

Friday, October 16

Shrimp Eatery Flagged for Food Violations

The Projector: The Micronesians

Chad Blair: Tulsi Gabbard, Superstar

Thursday, October 15

US Women’s Soccer Team to Play Here

‘A Journey That Has No Ending’

Wednesday, October 14

An Untold Story of American Immigration

Monday, October 12

Happy Indigenous People’s Day!

Gabbard Disinvited to DNC Debate

Nai Aupuni Deadline Thursday

Sunday, October 11

‘Death With Dignity’ for Hawaii?

Friday, October 9

Gabbard Chides Obama Over Syria Plan

Gas on Molokai $4.27 a Gallon

Wednesday, October 7

Reps Oppose Planned Parenthood Panel

Hawaii Senators: ‘Nay’ on Defense Bill

Monday, October 5

Hawaiian Election Deadline Oct. 15

September 2015

Wednesday, September 30

A Lot of Familiar Faces in Hawaiian Self-Determination Election

Congress Averts Government Shutdown

Monday, September 28

Senate Advances Bill to Prevent Shutdown

Sunday, September 27

Gabbard In a GOP President’s Cabinet?

Schatz: No Fines for Bad Online Reviews

Friday, September 25

Schatz: Just Say No to Arctic Drilling

Thursday, September 24

Gabbard: Help Victims of Genocide

Planned Parenthood Survives Senate Vote

Wednesday, September 23

The Religions of US Representatives

Tuesday, September 22

Senate Democrats Block Abortion Ban

Monday, September 21

OHA: Agency at a Crossroads Is Caught in a Power Struggle

Friday, September 18

David Ige, Stan Lee and Spider-Man

House Freezes Planned Parenthood Funds

Thursday, September 17

Hawaii Senators Help Secure Iran Deal

Wednesday, September 16

GMO: Local Issue or State Control?

Tuesday, September 15

Local GOP Removes District Chair ‘for Cause’

Yet Another Fundraiser for Caldwell

Hawaii Ranks Third for Happiness

GMO Firms Are Major Sponsors of National Ag Meeting in Hawaii

Monday, September 14

Hawaii Gas Prices Drop 25 Cents in a Month

ACLU Settles Hawaii County Lawsuits

Friday, September 11

California Legislature Passes Assisted Suicide Bill

US House Rejects Iran Nuclear Deal

Wednesday, September 9

Gabbard Calls for More Presidential Debates for Democrats

Best and Worst States to Have a Baby? Hawaii Fares Quite Well

Eight More Arrests at Mauna Kea Visitors Center

When it Comes to Social Media, David Ige Plays It Safe

Monday, September 7

Brace Yourself for Even More Hot and Humid Weather

Survey: Honolulu Among Top Cities Showing Improved Livability

Thursday, September 3

Honolulu Councilman Accuses Mayor’s Spokesman of ‘Hostile’ Behavior

How Many People Have Police Killed So Far This Year?

Repeal of Term Limits on Kauai Falls Short

Wednesday, September 2

City Council Overrides Veto on Chinatown Sit-Lie Expansion

Hawaii DOT Alleges Fraud, Breach of Contract in Lawsuit

Tuesday, September 1

Ignacio, Jimena — Kevin? How Storms Are Named in Hawaii

Honolulu Earns a C Grade for Small Business ‘Friendliness’

August 2015

Friday, August 28

One-Stop Center to Help Micronesians Opens in Hawaii

Monday, August 24

OHA Spent $4,785 on a Massive March With an Anti-TMT Flavor

Friday, August 21

Hawaii Senate Minority Celebrates 56 Years of Statehood

Thursday, August 20

Micronesian Immigration an ‘Important Civil Rights Issue’ Facing Hawaii

Wednesday, August 19

Hirono: Increase Access to Pell Grants, Make College More Affordable   

Welcome to Lanai, Larry Ellison’s Cat Island

Study: Low Injury Rate Shows Gun-Control Laws Work

Sunday, August 16

Hawaii Movie Theaters Inspecting Bags, Packages

Friday, August 14

Social Security Is 80 and Showing Its Age

Car Rentals? Life Expectancy? Hawaii Data Book Has It All

US Interior to Propose Rule for Dealing With a Native Hawaiian Government

Thursday, August 13

Schatz Makes His Case for Iran Deal on MSNBC

Lawsuit Says Hawaiians-Only Election Is ‘Racially Exclusive’

Hey, State Workers: Stop Watching ‘House of Cards’ at Work

Hawaii Dodges Another Storm, But More Likely on the Way

Wednesday, August 12

How Transparent Is Hawaii’s Lobbying Disclosure?

Tropical Storm Hilda to Pass South of Hawaii Island

Monday, August 10

Schatz Is First From Hawaii to Announce Support for Iran Deal

Sunday, August 9

Bills in the US Congress Ranked By ‘Acronym Quality’

Friday, August 7

New Catastrophic Hurricane Plan Signed by State, Federal Partners

Tuesday, August 4

Schatz Enthused About Obama’s Clean Power Plan

Hawaii Office of Elections Launches Online Voter Registration  

Monday, August 3

NextEra Goes Big for Bush, But Also Gives Generously to Hawaii Democrats

US Senate Blocks GOP Effort to Defund Planned Parenthood

Chad Blair: Is Mayor Caldwell a Shoo-In Despite all the Ernie Martin Talk?

Sunday, August 2

Hawaii Lawmakers Tour Marijuana Stores in Colorado

July 2015

Friday, July 31

Election Details Going Out to Native Hawaiian Roll Voters

Code Pink Targets Mark Takai Over Junket to Israel

Thursday, July 30

Hirono Decries GOP Plan to Defund Planned Parenthood

Tuesday, July 28

Hot Enough For You? It’s Likely to Get Worse

Saturday, July 25

Report: Need for Micronesian Translators in Hawaii Courts

Wednesday, July 22

Hirono, Schatz Split Votes on Highway Funding Bill

Will Kauai Eliminate Term Limits for Elected Officials?

Friday, July 17

Hawaii’s Public Access Room Gets Swiss Broadcasting Attention

Thursday, July 16

Hawaii DOT Offers Driver’s Tests in Simplified Chinese

Tuesday, July 14

Hawaii Delegation Eager to Review Iran Nuclear Deal

Wednesday, July 8

US House Votes to Renew No Child Left Behind

Friday, July 3

Marshall Islands Put on Typhoon Formation Alert

June 2015

Sunday, June 28

Hawaii a Top Honeymoon Destination for Gay Couples

First Inouye Institute Lecture Series Features Powell, Albright

Friday, June 26

POTUS on SCOTUS: ‘We’ve Made Our Union a Little More Perfect’ 

Thursday, June 25

US House Clears Trade Package, Another Win for Obama

Hawaii Delegates Hail Supreme Court’s Obamacare Ruling

Wednesday, June 24

In Big Victory for Obama, US Senate Approves Fast-Track Trade Bill

Tuesday, June 23

US Senate Advances Fast-Track Trade Bill for Obama

White Supremacist Leader Gave $2,000 to Charles Djou

Sunday, June 21

Thirty Meter Telescope Construction to Restart on Wednesday

Tuesday, June 16

US Senate Votes to Ban Torture

Saturday, June 13

Ige to Visit Japan, Promote Travel to the Hawaiian Islands

Friday, June 12

A Tough Day on the Hill for Obama and Trade

Thursday, June 11

Obama’s Trade Agenda Survives ‘Bad Scare’ in the House

Sunday, June 7

Eight US Senators Want a Woman on the $20 Bill

If Hawaii Were a Country, It Would Be Azerbaijan

Was a Bullet Fired at a Mauna Kea Observatory?

Friday, June 5

State Will Help With Hawaii Health Connector Transition

Snowden Takes ‘Victory Lap’ Over Demise of Mass Surveillance

Hawaii’s Top Visitor Attraction Reopens Friday

Thursday, June 4

Musical Chairs at Hawaii Senate Now Ended

Native Hawaiian Roll Commission Must Release Voter Records

US House Rejects Easing Travel Restrictions to Cuba

Same-Sex Marriage Benefits for Vets Blocked in US Senate

Is Colleen Hanabusa Through with Politics?

Wednesday, June 3

Director Apologizes for Emma Stone’s Casting in ‘Aloha’

Tuesday, June 2

California Following Hawaii’s Lead on Raising Smoking Age?

With Hawaii’s Help, Senate Votes to Reform NSA

Monday, June 1

Hawaii Ranked 5th for Safest to Live in US

Chad Blair: Lame ‘Aloha’ Is Typical Fare for Haolewood

May 2015

Sunday, May 31

USA Freedom Act Advances in US Senate

Want a Decent Apartment? You’ll Have to Earn $31 Per Hour

Hawaii DOT Settles Driver’s License Exam Lawsuit

Wednesday, May 27

Hawaii: The Least-Fattest State in the Nation

Tuesday, May 26

Big Storms on Hawaii’s Horizon? That’s the Forecast

Hirono Joins McCain on Junket to Singapore

Monday, May 25

No Aloha for Cameron Crowe’s ‘Aloha’ Movie?

Sunday, May 24

Gabbard: ‘Clearly ISIS Has Gained Momentum’

Saturday, May 23

NSA Reform, Patriot Act Extension Bills Stall in Senate

Friday, May 22

Obama Gets Senate Win on Trade Deal

Thursday, May 21

Oahu’s Waimanalo Beach Tops National Ranking

Noah, Emma Popular Baby Names in Hawaii

Tuesday, May 19

Former Hawaii Lt. Gov. Nelson Doi Dead at 93

Monday, May 18

Macadamia Nuts Lose Out to Blackberry Pie

A Twitter Account for Our Hawaii-Born President

Thursday, May 14

House Sends Iran Bill to Obama, Senate Advances Trade Measure

Wednesday, May 13

Hawaii Reps Vote Against NSA Reform Bill in US House

Tuesday, May 12

Hawaii’s Congressional Delegation Wants Medicaid for COFA Migrants

Hawaii Senators Help Block Obama’s Trade Deal

Monday, May 11

Gabbard Among the 25 ‘Most Influential Women’ in Congress

Tuesday, May 5

One Last Round of Campaign Fundraisers During Session

Monday, May 4

Halemaumau Crater a Big Draw at Hawaii Volcanoes Nat’l Park

Saturday, May 2

Film About Transgender Teacher in Hawaii to Premiere on PBS

April 2015

Thursday, April 30

In Victory for Republicans, US House Passes Budget

Saturday, April 25

Hawaii Public Radio Ends Pledge Drive in Overtime

Thursday, April 23

Micronesian Health Care Talk at UH Law School

Wednesday, April 22

How Takai and Gabbard Marked Earth Day

Honolulu: The Emerald City

Legislature in Session? Time to Raise Campaign Cash!

Tuesday, April 21

Debt-Free College? Some Democrats in Congress Embrace the Idea

At Long Last: Hawaiian Hoary Bat to Be Official State Land Mammal

Is Collecting Taxes a ‘War Crime’ in Hawaii?

It’s Time to Celebrate Architecture Month in Hawaii

Monday, April 20

Hirono Objects to New Freedom of Information Act Exemption

24 Maps and Charts That Explain Marijuana on 4/20

Hawaii Congresswoman Taking the 7-Day ‘VegPledge’

Sunday, April 19

Maui Police Testing Body Cameras in the Field

Saturday, April 18

Senate Panel Approves of Suzanne Case for Land Board

Friday, April 17

Thirty Meter Telescope Construction Postponed Again

TV Show Profiles Haleakala, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

Hirono: Bill Will ‘Strengthen, Improve’ Social Security

Congressional Democrats Divided Over Fast-Tracking Trade

Memorial Planned to Mark 70 Years Since Ernie Pyle’s Death

Thursday, April 16

Hey, Everybody! It’s Fair Housing Awareness Month!

Survey: More People in Hawaii Driving Alone to Work

US House Votes to Repeal the Estate Tax

Wednesday, April 15

Obama Asked to Declare State of Emergency in Micronesia

Takai Bill Would Increase COFA Migrant Fund to $185M

Lawsuit Filed by Wetland Taro Farmers in East Maui

Flags Lowered to Honor Abraham Lincoln

Tuesday, April 14

Senate Approves US House Medicare ‘Doc Fix’ Bill

Schatz ‘Supportive’ of US Senate’s Iran Nuclear Review Act

Auditor Still Not Happy With Deposit Beverage Container Program

Hawaii Attorney General Is Investigating Kenoi’s Credit Card Use

It’s Equal Pay Day, But Men Still Paid More Than Women

Monday, April 13

OHA Said to Be ‘Tight-Lipped’ on Geothermal Investment

Use pCards? Hawaii’s Office of Information Practices Has Some Advice

Sunday, April 12

Kuhio Park Residents in Kalihi Accepting Maysak Donations

TMT Walk-Out Planned Monday at University of Hawaii

Hillary Clinton’s Bid for President Earns Props from Hawaii Senators

Saturday, April 11

Moratorium on Mauna Kea Telescope Construction Extended

Friday, April 10

Dem Senators Want Floor Votes on Equal Pay, Gay Benefits

Hawaii County Council Might Amend Panhandling Laws

Thursday, April 9

Hawaii Senators Haven’t Signed on to Review of Iran Deal

NOAA Upholds Hawaii’s Ban on Shark Finning

Governor Sends Land Use, Water Commission Nominees to Senate

Cesspool Conversion Bill Advances in Hawaii Legislature

Sen. English Holds Campaign Fundraiser During Session

Wednesday, April 8

Are There No Hate Crimes in Hawaii?

Arakawa: Maui County to Explore Buying MECO, Forming Co-op

Foreign Students in Hawaii Contribute $250M to Economy

New York Times: Chickens ‘Gone Wild’ on Kauai

Fukumoto, Matsumoto Raise Campaign Cash During Session

Tuesday, April 7

Kaneshiro Accepts Resignation of Deputy Prosecutor Karamatsu

Breakfast and Lunch Prices to Increase at Hawaii Public Schools

Want to Help Typhoon Maysak Relief Efforts? Here’s How

Virgin America to Launch Hawaii Flights This Fall

Samsung Billionaire Allowed to Build New Seawall in Kahala

Hirono, Three Other Senators Back Obama on Immigration

Gallup: Honolulu Has the Second-Highest Well-Being Score

Monday, April 6

State of Emergency Remains in Force in Micronesia

Hawaii Reps Among Dems Supporting Immigration Plan

DOE Will Reopen Puna Elementary School

Honolulu Ranked No. 8 for ‘Livable Cities’

Sunday, April 5

Hawaii Island Senator Revives Media Access Legislation

Deputy City Prosecutor Arrested on DUI Charge

Saturday, April 4

Kenoi’s Credit Card Use Under Greater Scrutiny

OHA Trustee Calls for Moratorium on Mauna Kea Telescope

Friday, April 3

New Fence Will Protect East Maui Watershed

Departures in Congress Result in New Leaders on the Environment

Red Cross: Storm Leaves Thousands in Need in Micronesia

Thursday, April 2

More Than 80 Easter Baskets Donated to Hawaii Homeless

Mauna Kea Telescope Protesters Arrested

Hawaii Senate Panel to Review Galuteria’s Qualifications

Hawaii Council Members React to Kenoi’s County Card Use

Wednesday, April 1

Hawaii Senate to Post Résumés of Nominees on Website

Hawaii Dept. of Agriculture Finally Posts Some Data on Pesticide Sales

Hawaii Elections Commission to Hold 1st Videoconference Meeting

Should Hawaii Psychologists Prescribe Medications?

It’s April! It’s Distracted Driving Awareness Month!

March 2015

Tuesday, March 31

Bill Would Allow Survivors of Military Sexual Trauma to Seek Special Care

Honolulu Traffic Third Most Congested Nationally

Mauna Kea Protesters Block Telescope Construction

Five Reported Dead as Typhoon Hits Islands in Micronesia

Monday, March 30

Duckworth Could Be Senate’s 2nd Female Combat Vet

Lawmakers to Hold Community Town Hall Meeting on Rail

Takai on Junket to Asia With Pelosi, Other Reps

Sunday, March 29

Bill to Help Cops Develop Body-Worn Camera Programs

C-SPAN Mixes Up Hawaii Politicians

Kenoi Used County Credit Card at Hostess Bar

Friday, March 27

US Senate Passes GOP Budget Along Party Lines

Hawaii Senators Praise Reid As ‘Fighter, Friend, Mentor, Steady Hand’

Thursday, March 26

US Senate Endorses Same-Sex Marriage Benefits

Lockheed Martin, Kampachi Farms Team Up on Ocean Aquaculture

US House Agrees on Boehner-Pelosi Medicare Bill

Wednesday, March 25

US House Passes GOP Budget, Splitting Parties

DOE to Pet Owners: Schools Are Not Dog Parks

Hawaii State Courts Resolve Language Access Issues

Fight Against Albizias Stalls in Hawaii Legislature

Maui County Is the Healthiest in Hawaii

Tuesday, March 24

Geothermal Study Planned for Hualalai Volcano

President, GOP Spar Over Budget as ACA Hits 5 Years

Lawsuit Filed Over ‘Hawaii Five-O’ Theme

Care to Weigh in on the Deal Between NextEra and Hawaiian Electric?

Monday, March 23

Mazie, Brian, Mark, Colleen and Kirk Raising Money for Hillary

Is the NFL Pro Bowl Moving to Brazil?

Selection Panel Formed to Fill Judge Mollway’s Seat

Sunday, March 22

Police Chief Says Homelessness Leads to Crime Spike in Hilo

Friday, March 20

Remembering Laura Thielen’s Own DLNR Confirmation

Hawaii Democrat Suggests Congress Won’t Vote on War Request

Hirono Among Latest Senators to Visit Guantanamo

Thursday, March 19

Post-9/11 Veterans Caucus Features Gabbard, Takai

What Are the Top Five Issues in Hawaii?

PBS Doc Includes Efforts to Perpetuate Hawaiian Language 

Schatz: Obama’s Action on Emissions ‘Real Progress’

Wednesday, March 18

Hawaii Legislature in Session? Time to Raise Campaign Money!

What’s the Future of Journalism in the Digital Age?

De-Occupy Honolulu Lawyers Awarded $80,000 in Fees, Expenses

Alaska, Hawaii Delegations ‘Get Piggy With It’

Gabbard Meets With Kurdistan Regional Government Representatives

Hawaii Gets a ‘C’ for Government Spending Transparency

Tuesday, March 17

Online Travel Sites Owe Millions in Back Taxes to State

Saint Patrick’s Day? Time to Raise Campaign Cash

ACLU Challenges Hawaii County Hiring Policy

Hirono Calls for Loretta Lynch Confirmation Vote

Vog Survey Nears Completion As Thick Haze Returns

Monday, March 16

Big Island Press Club Gives Elections Chief ‘Dishonor’ Award

The Faces of Tulsi Gabbard: GOP Buddy, Friend of India, Obama Critic

Sunday, March 15

Hawaii Ranked No. 32 in State Voter Turnout

Saturday, March 14

Tulsi Gabbard Looks to Be Running for Re-election

Friday, March 13

More Legislators Raise Campaign Cash During Session

Reid, Hirono Back Filipino Veterans Family Reunification

Thursday, March 12

Tulsi Gabbard Defends Chief of Staff Pick, Says He ‘Understands Hawaii’

Big Island Energy Lab’s Economic Impact Surges

Retail Sales for Hemp Products Estimated at $620M

Senate Legislation Would Expand Federal Clean Energy Projects

Wednesday, March 11

Bill Would Exempt Alaska, Hawaii From Increase in Air Travel Fees

Hawaii Firearm Permits Drop From Record High Level

Who Are the Latest Lawmakers to Raise Cash During Session?

Tuesday, March 10

Seating for Ching Hearing on a ‘First Come, First Serve’ Basis

Ige’s First 100 Days All About Establishing ‘Vision’ for Hawaii

UH Med School Makes Top 20 in US for Primary Care

Ige Announces Three Nominations to the Land Board

Monday, March 9

Former Hawaii Justice Endows UH Law School Scholarship

Medical Marijuana Bill to Be Introduced in Congress

Aiea, Pearl City Town Hall with Ige Thursday

Sunday, March 8

OHA Mum About Geothermal Investment

Senators Want National Strategy on ‘Internet of Things’

Testimony on Carleton Ching Nomination Running 9-to-1 Against

Friday, March 6

Hawaii House Is A-OK With Calvin Say

Thursday, March 5

Cabinet Website Says Ching Already Leads DLNR

How One Senator Really Feels About Funding Rail

Hirono, Takai Heading to Selma for Anniversary of ‘Bloody Sunday’

Wednesday, March 4

Senate Dems, Including Schatz, Offer Alternative Iran Bill

Keystone Pipeline Veto Override Falls Short

Should Patsy Mink Replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 Bill?

Bill to Strengthen Patent System from Hirono, Colleagues

Tuesday, March 3

Is That Mark Takai? Or Mark Takano? Or Ted Lieu?

‘Clean’ Homeland Security Bill Heads to Obama

Monday, March 2

Challenge to Schatz’s Senate Appointment Dismissed

Minority Retort: DC Democrats Shrug Off GOP Control

February 2015

Saturday, February 28

What Government Shutdown? It’s Aloha Friday!

Congress Funds Homeland Security, But Only for A Week

Friday, February 27

US House Fails to Pass Short-Term Funding Bill

Security Funding Bill Clears US Senate

No Political Pedigree: Can Gabbard’s Top Advisor Succeed in D.C.?

Wednesday, February 25

Hirono Talks Up Immigration on MSNBC

Tuesday, February 24

Hawaii Leaders at White House for Honouliuli Ceremony

Marijuana Will Soon Be Legal in Washington, DC

Schatz Presses NFL on Domestic Violence Policy

Monday, February 23

Gabbard Condemns Obama’s ISIS Strategy, Again

US Senate Dems Filibuster GOP Bill, Again

Ige: Feds Are ‘Very Helpful’ When It Comes to Hawaii

Hawaii GOP Unveils New Logo

Biden: Counties ‘Least Appreciated’ Form of Government

Sunday, February 22

Women Lawmakers in DC Push More Bills Than Men

US House Bills Would Legalize Recreational Pot

Thursday, February 19

Schatz Among DC Pols Who Missed the Most Votes

Sylvia Luke Raises Campaign Cash During Session

Tsutsui in Charge While Ige Visits Washington, DC

Alaska Edges Out Hawaii as Happiest State

Wednesday, February 18

Takai Wants to End Political ‘Impasse’ Over Funding Homeland Security

Credit Inouye, Akaka for Internment Camp Monument

Tuesday, February 17

Gallup: Congressional Approval Ticks Up

Hawaii Senate Panel to Consider GMO Labeling

Monday, February 16

Gabbard: ‘We Are Not Recognizing Who Our Enemy Is’

UH Manoa Makes Top 250 in New Public College Rankings

How Much Do State Lawmakers Make?

Finalists for Hawaii House Seat Sent to Ige

Friday, February 13

Hawaii Senate Gets New Communications Director

Anti-GMO Group Targets Hawaii House Applicant

Big Island Student Covers Telescope Controversy

After Just 6 Weeks of Work, Congress Leaves Town

Thursday, February 12

Biometric System Allows After-Hours Capitol Access

Legislation Would Allow Media Greater Access to Lava

Oregon Attorney to Assist in Kauai Dairy Dispute

Hirono Named Top Democrat on Senate Energy and Natural Resources Panel

Coping With the Vog? There’s a Study for That

Wednesday, February 11

Hawaii Delegates Want ‘Thorough Debate’ On Islamic State Plan

When the Legislature Meets, Hawaii Lawmakers Raise Cash

House Sends Keystone Legislation to President

GOP Chair Chides Schatz over Netanyahu Snub

Hawaii Gun Control Measure Ticks Off Firearms Fan

Give the Terminally Ill Access to Experimental Treatments?

Tuesday, February 10

Which Lawmakers Are the First to Hold Fundraisers During Session?

Snowden Talk Sold Out, But It Will Be Simulcast Statewide

Schatz Will Skip Netanyahu Speech to Congress

Kauai Stars in Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue

Monday, February 9

Schatz: ‘Glimmer of Hope’ on Climate Change, Energy Policy

Sequester Cuts Threaten Military Readiness, Says Gabbard

Bill Would Require More Spending Reports from Super PACs

Lawmakers Target Invasive Albizia Trees

Sunday, February 8

Who Tried to Buy the 2014 Ballot Measures?

Anthony Bourdain Gets a Taste of Molokai

Mele Carroll’s House Seat Attracts 13 Candidates

Friday, February 6

Schatz, Takai Want Details on Obama’s Military Force Request

Gabbard: Obama’s Remarks on the Crusades ‘Not Relevant’

Ige Announces Nominees to Kakaako Development Board

Thursday, February 5

Hirono Says Senate Must Resist ‘Manufactured Crisis, Political Games’

Hemp Has Friends in High Places

Congress Revives Bill to Kill Online Gambling

Olelo to Cablecast Snowden Talk with ACLU

Hawaii County Brings Earthjustice into GMO Case

Wednesday, February 4

Senate Dems Filibuster GOP Homeland Security Bill, Again

FCC Proposal on Net Neutrality Welcomed by Hawaii Senator

Alaska, Hawaii Delegations Look to Build On Relations

Tuesday, February 3

Volunteers Collect 15,000 Cigarette Butts in Beach Clean-Up

House Votes to Repeal Obamacare, Again

Senate Dems Block GOP Homeland Security Bill

Shipping Container Shows Hawaii Housing Possibility

Gabbard Makes Cover of Washington Life Magazine

Monday, February 2

Obama’s Budget Earns (Mostly) High Marks from Hawaii Reps

Honolulu Gas at $3 a Gallon, First Time Since 2009

Schatz Backs Clinton for President

Sunday, February 1

Report Illustrates Hawaii’s Affordable Housing Woes

Audit the Fed? Hirono Likes the Idea

January 2015

Friday, January 30

Democrats in Congress Reintroduce Pre-K Legislation

Could Slot Machines Fund Hawaii Airport Upgrades?

Schatz Named to Defense Appropriations Subcommittee

McDermott Wants Voters to Decide Same-Sex Marriage

Thursday, January 29

UH Spokeswoman Lynne Waters Lands New Job

OHA Seeks Input for Kakaako Makai Master Plan

US Senate Approves Keystone Pipeline

Which State Has the Lowest Gun Death Rate? Hawaii

Wednesday, January 28

Gabbard Takes Views On ‘Islamic Extremism’ to Fox News

Here’s How Much Less Women Make In Hawaii

UH Gets Federal Approval to Import Hemp Seed

Takai’s First Bill: Filipino Veterans Family Reunification Act

Tuesday, January 27

Are You Part of Hawaii’s Richest One Percent?

Gabbard Joins New Diversifying Technology Caucus

Monday, January 26

UH Report: UH Manoa Athletics Big Part of Hawaii’s Economy

Keystone Pipeline Vote Fails First Test in US Senate

US House Cancels Votes as Blizzard Nears Northeast

Sunday, January 25

Obama Proposes Protecting 12.3M Acres of Arctic Refuge

Friday, January 23

Going to DC on a Friday? Takai Says, ‘Wear Aloha’

Wednesday, January 21

Gabbard: Obama ‘Has Not Accurately Identified Enemy’

Calvin Say Challengers Ask Souki for Action

Aiona Named Head of Hawaii Family Advocates

Tuesday, January 20

Obama Speech Well Received by Hawaii Senators

Schatz Named Top Democrat on Senate Tech Panel

Gabbard to Sport No Labels’ Problem Solver Lapel Pin

Hawaii State Rep. Mele Carroll Resigns

Hawaii State Capitol to Fly Hemp Flag on Opening Day

Sunday, January 18

Caldwell Heads to DC for Meetings on Rail

Saturday, January 17

Hawaii Democrats Accept GOP Lawmaker Into Party

Friday, January 16

Pelosi Welcomes Takai to Congress, Island-Style

Hirono Opposes Amendment to ‘Dismantle’ Jones Act

Kilauea Is World’s Hottest Volcano

Schatz Gives State of the Union Ticket to Vet’s Daughter

Thursday, January 15

A Commemorative Stamp for Diwali? Tulsi Gabbard Supports It

Wednesday, January 14

Hawaii DC Democrats Firmly in the Congressional Minority

Thursday, January 1

Hawaii House GOP Names New Leaders

December 2014

Wednesday, December 31

Hawaii’s Minimum Wage Increasing, But Is It Enough?

Tuesday, December 30

Chicago Could Lose Out on Presidential Library

Blake Oshiro Resumes Legal Career

Monday, December 29

Since 1990, Hawaii Hotel Room Rates Have More Than Doubled

Obama’s Golf Game Displaces Army Wedding

Sunday, December 28

Malaysian Leader Forced to Defend Hawaii Golf With Obama

Saturday, December 27

Aila Out As Land Board Chair But Will Work for Ige

Friday, December 26

Hawaii Gas Prices Continue to Drop

Thursday, December 25

Which Christmas Songs Get the Most Radio Play?

Waikiki-Diamond Head Fishing Area Closed for a Year

Wednesday, December 24

Remote Island in Maine Christened ‘Hawaii 2’

White House Press Van Breaks Down in Hawaii

Tuesday, December 23

Let’s Compare the Costs of Flying to Hawaii

Political Reporter Derrick DePledge Leaving Star-Advertiser

Capitol Fire Alarm Testing Nets House Staff Time Off

Monday, December 22

Mayor Kenoi to Obama: Come Watch the Lava

Mark Takai Names Chief of Staff

How Driving to Work Changes Oahu’s Daytime Population

Lava Diversion: Can It Work? Should It Be Considered?

Show of Aloha Planned for Obama Monday

Sunday, December 21

Gabbard: US Not In a Position to Police Every Evil

Schatz: Democrats Already Eyeing Path to Retake Senate

Friday, December 19

Shark Warning Signs Posted Near Bellows

Refunds Coming for Over 61,000 T-Mobile Hawaii Customers

Air Force One Expected in Honolulu Late Friday

Thursday, December 18

PRP Gets $3,100 Fine For Campaign Violations

GMO Appeal Narrowly Passes Hawaii County Council

Hawaii’s Unemployment Rate Drops to 4 Percent

Is Hawaii Ready to Respond to An Outbreak?

Wednesday, December 17

Regal in Hawaii Confirms ‘The Interview’ Being Dropped

Lava Could Reach Pahoa Marketplace in 5 Days

Hawaii CIO Trumpets ‘Sound Roadmap’ for Tech Transformation

Tuesday, December 16

US Senate Passes Tax Break Extension, Help for Disabled

Pahoa Gas Station Closing As Lava Nears

Kauai County Council Approval Needed to Film Meetings

New Hawaii County Council Members to Consider GMO

Marcus Mariota Delivers Letterman’s ‘Top 10’ List

Monday, December 15

US Gets a Surgeon General, the First Time in 17 Months

Obama Looks Like ‘The Rock’? President Sees ‘Resemblance’

Sunday, December 14

Hawaii Congresswoman Gabbard Traveling to India

Saturday, December 13

US Senate Approves $1.1 Trillion Government Funding Bill

Hawaii’s Mariota Wins the Heisman Trophy

Friday, December 12

First Family Heading to Hawaii on Dec. 19

Schatz to Serve on Appropriations, Hirono on Intelligence Committees

Thursday, December 11

Budget Bill Narrowly Passes US House

Study: US Benefitting from $2.6B Same-Sex Wedding Boom 

US House Struggles to Pass Government Funding Bill

November 2014

Thursday, November 20

Rep. Duckworth Gives Birth to Baby Girl

Wednesday, November 19

US House Panel Gets Volcano Hazard Update

Pot Luck: Mapping America’s Marijuana Muddle

Sen. Whitehouse Introduces Carbon Fee Bill; Schatz Is Co-Sponsor

Tuesday, November 18

NSA Reform Effort Dies in US Senate

It’s Freezing in All 50 States, Including Hawaii

Keystone Pipeline Bill Falls One Vote Short in Senate

Fuchigami to Run DOT Again; Ige Extends Jobs Deadline

Monday, November 17

Hirono Says Child Care Bill Will Help Hawaiians

DLNR: ‘Serious Natural Resource Damage’ Leads to Kaena Point Changes

Independent Candidate Elected Governor of Alaska

Friday, November 14

State: OHA Broke Sunshine Law

Hanabusa, Gabbard Vote Against Building Keystone Pipeline

Thursday, November 13

Hawaii Can Now Test for Ebola

Campaign Spending Commission Rejects Calvin Say Challenge

Schatz Among Senators Visiting Guantanamo Bay

Study Says Hawaii Ranks 2nd for Access to Justice

Holck Named HSTA’s Executive Director

Wednesday, November 12

Gay Wedding Impact for Hawaii? $26.6M Annually

OHA to Demolish Fisherman’s Wharf Restaurant Building

Schatz and Hirono Like US-China Emissions Plan

Tuesday, November 11

PBS Hawaii Breaks Ground on New Site in Kalihi

Hawaii Senate Names Committee Chairs, Members

Veterans Treatment Court Launched on Big Island

The Rise of the New Veterans in Congress

Monday, November 10

Presidential Medal of Freedom for Patsy Mink

Honolulu Makes List Ranking America’s ‘Top Retirement’ Cities

Lava Breakout About 5 yards Away From Pahoa Residence

Sunday, November 9

Abercrombie to Be Honored for Enacting Gay Marriage

Gabbard’s Guard Duty Ends; Lava Remains Stalled

Thursday, November 6

Souki to Remain House Speaker, Mizuno As Vice Speaker

Emergency Rules to Maintain Benefits for COFA Residents

Wednesday, November 5

Hawaii Senate Reorganizes, With Donna Kim Still on Top

Ige Also Wins Race for Campaign Cash

Tuesday, November 4

Hawaii Governor: Ige Defeats Aiona in Landslide Vote

Office of Hawaiian Affairs: Incumbents Fare Well

Hawaii Legislature: Most Incumbents Win by Wide Margins

It’s Election Day: Here’s What’s At Stake in Hawaii

Monday, November 3

Gabbard Activated by Guard for Kilauea Lava Response

Obama Signs Hawaii Disaster Declaration

U.S. Supreme Court Decision Allows Cuts in Health Care Coverage to Micronesians

Lava Breakouts Active in Pahoa

Chad Blair: Who Is Andrew Walden?

Saturday, November 1

Kilauea Lava Flow Remains Stalled

October 2014

Friday, October 31

Two People Arrested After Dipping Items into Lava Flow

Thursday, October 30

Possible Vote Buying in Campaign for Maui GMO Initiative?

DOH Confirms Four More Measles Cases on Maui, Kauai

OHA Debate To Be Streamed Live Friday

Pahoa Lava Flow Slows Down Overnight

Chad Blair: Why Public Opinion Polls Suck

Wednesday, October 29

Ige Maintains Lead Over Aiona — in Campaign Fundraisers

Lava Could Reach Pahoa Village Road by Wednesday

Civil Beat Poll: Preschool Funding Measure Increasingly Unpopular

Tuesday, October 28

Yet Another Challenge to Calvin Say

Lava Flow Expected to Cut Off Access to Pahoa Polling Place

Lava Flows 20 Feet Into First Pahoa Property in Puna

Civil Beat Poll: Takai-Djou Race Too Close To Call

Monday, October 27

Volcano Could Force Cat Evacuation

Pahoa Homes Could Be Impacted by Lava As Early As Monday

Civil Beat Poll: Ige Up by 6 Over Aiona

Sunday, October 26

Pat Saiki Says Hawaii Democrats Are ‘Whining’ About TV Ads

Kilauea Lava Advances, Enters Pahoa Cemetery Grounds

Saturday, October 25

Lava Crosses Apaa Street; Pahoa Residents Given Evacuation Notice

Friday, October 24

Politically, Hawaii Is Not the ‘Bluest’ State

Democratic Poll Shows Takai Ahead of Djou by 7 Points

Say Hello to Hawaii’s Latest Insect Pest

Hawaii Democrats Launch Preemptive Strike Against National GOP Group

Thursday, October 23

Candidate for Hawaii Governor Alleges Civil Rights Were Violated

Three Cases of Measles Confirmed in Hawaii

Wednesday, October 22

Another Shark Sighting Closes Maui Beaches

In Race for Hawaii Governor, Ige Leads — in Fundraisers, That Is

Predictions for Hawaii’s 2014 Elections from National Analysts

Tuesday, October 21

Hawaii Family Advocates vs. United Public Workers

Why Mufi Runs, Even Without a Major Party Nomination

Monday, October 20

FAQs on Ballot Question Raising the Judicial Retirement Age

Souki Declines to Take Up Calvin Say Residency Issue

Chad Blair: Too Many Forums for Gubernatorial Candidates?

Sunday, October 19

Appeal Denied for Federal Relief for Iselle Damages

Hirono Cancels Guam Trip Due to Hurricane Ana

Gabbard Wants CDC to Increase Incubation Period to Prevent Ebola Spread

Friday, October 17

Ad Watch: Takai Plays the Veterans Card. Again.

Thursday, October 16

Do You Have a 7-Day Disaster Supply Kit?

Special Edition on Storm Risk Tonight on PBS Hawaii’s ‘Insights’

Hawaii’s Highest-Paid Public Employee Coaches Football

Hirono in TV Ad for Kentucky’s Alison Grimes

Wednesday, October 15

Which States Make You Pay an Amazon Sales Tax? Not Ours

Record Number of Asian-Americans, Pacific Islanders Running for Office

Introducing the ‘Statewide Power Ballot’ for Hawaii


Tuesday, October 14

Abercrombie Back in Town, Ready to Sign New UHPA Contract

Hawaii Governor Candidates Offer Ideas to Bring Down Energy Costs

AARP Hawaii: Vote ‘Yes’ on Increasing Retirement Age of Judges

Monday, October 13

E-Cigarettes Banned at State Government Buildings

New Poll Puts Ige Up By Double Digits

Hawaii Public Radio Misses Fundraising Goal

Chad Blair: Faith and Politics, Aiona and Ahu, at the Blaisdell

Sunday, October 12

Life Under the Volcano on the Big Island

Friday, October 10

Ad Watch: National Dems and GOP Go Negative in Hawaii Governor Race

Thursday, October 9

Governor Candidates Assure Hilo Voters on Disaster Preps, Recovery

Wednesday, October 8 Wins 2014 ‘Best of the Web’ National Award

DC Magazine Says Gabbard ‘2nd Hottest Female’ in US House

Aiona Pitches Affordable Housing Solution

Did David Ige Propose Raising Hawaii’s GET By 25 Percent?

Tuesday, October 7

Hawaii’s US Senate Race Among ‘Least Competitive’

Voter Guide from the Hawaii Family Forum, Catholic Conference

Most Americans Live in States That Allow Gay Marriage

Monday, October 6

Calvin Say Residency Challenge Not Over Yet

OHA ‘Candidate Game’ Helps Voters Find Match

Gabbard Missed Veterans Hearing to Surf Waikiki

Thursday, October 2

In Hawaii, Women Have More Parity in Pay and Politics

Gabbard Tells India’s Modi She’ll Push for International Yoga Day

Trending on Twitter: David Ige Facts!

Wednesday, October 1

Trending on Twitter: Duke Aiona’s Brain!

Hawaii Voting Registration Deadline Is Oct. 6

September 2014

Tuesday, September 30

Judge Tosses Calvin Say Lawsuit Questioning Residency

Solicitation With Birds, or Merely Extending the ‘Aloha Spirit’?

Want Data on Asian-Americans? There’s An App for That

Hawaii’s Sakai Named ‘Outstanding Director of Corrections’

Ad Watch: National Dems Play the Democrat Card for Ige

Monday, September 29

Chad Blair: Hawaii Should Up the Stakes to Increase Voter Turnout

Sunday, September 28

Cavasso Calls for Series of Debates With Schatz

Gabbard Meets Indian Leader, Attends NYC Speech

Thursday, September 25

ACLU Sues Arizona Over ‘Revenge Porn’ Law

Nevada Journalist Unhappy With Ige’s Gambling View

Wednesday, September 24

Civil Beat Poll: Public-Private Preschool Amendment Divides Voters

Tuesday, September 23

Djou and Takai: Similar Backgrounds, Vastly Different Styles

Civil Beat Poll: GOP’s Djou Up By 4 Points Over Democrat Takai in CD1

Monday, September 22

Gubernatorial Candidates Begin String of Joint Appearances

Did Sen. Dan Inouye Sexually Harass Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand?

Civil Beat Poll: Democrat Ige Leads Republican Aiona By 4 Percent

US Supreme Court Asked to Take Micronesian Health Care Case

Friday, September 19

TRO Issued Against Big Island in Panhandling Case

Thursday, September 18

Judge to Rule by Sept. 30 on Dismissal Motions in Calvin Say Residency Case

Hawaii Senators Back Funding Syrian Rebels Fighting ISIS

Hawaii Eases Protest Rules at State Capitol

Gabbard, Hanabusa Split on Auditing Federal Reserve

The Continuing Saga of Rep. Calvin Say’s Residency

Wednesday, September 17

Arm and Train Syrian Rebels? Hawaii Reps Vote ‘No’

Should We Raise the Retirement Age for Judges and Justices?

Tuesday, September 16

Ad Watch: GOP Wants Voters to Link Ige to Abercrombie

Monday, September 15

Ige Seeks Campaign Cash in Washington, D.C.

Does Hawaii Prefer Red Wine or White?

Honolulu Makes Short List for Obama Library

Chad Blair: Is Panhandling Free Speech?

Sunday, September 14

Hirono Among Female Senators Writing Angry Letter to NFL

Friday, September 12

Caldwell: ‘Extreme Action’ Required If HPD Officer Assaulted Girlfriend

Honolulu Mayor Celebrates Renovated Kakaako Park

Obama Issues Disaster Declaration for Hawaii, Maui

Thursday, September 11

After Serving Most of Prison Term, ‘Minister of Cannabis’ Halfway Home

Hawaii Senators on Losing Side in Campaign Spending Vote

Hawaii Women Leaders Demand Accountability over HPD Incident

Hilo Pot Minister Leaves Federal Prison

Wednesday, September 10

Schatz Wants to Defeat ISIS, Hanabusa Warns of ‘Unintended Consequences’

Gov’s Race Called a Tossup, and Ige Raising More Cash

Tuesday, September 9

Medical Marijuana Dispensaries: ‘No One Model’ for Hawaii

Gabbard Joins House GOP in Condemning Taliban Swap

Why Has It Taken Hawaii 14 Years to Get Around to Medical Pot Dispensaries?

Monday, September 8

NRCC Adds Hawaii’s Djou to ‘Young Guns’ List

Sunday, September 7

Ninth Circuit to Hear Hawaii Gay Marriage Case

Medical Marijuana Program Marked By ‘Glaring Uncertainties’

NFL Season Has Begun. Which Team Does Hawaii Follow?

Friday, September 5

Hirono Among Senators Touring Serengeti National Park

Ige-Tsutsui Endorsed by Sierra Club of Hawaii

Pre-Election, Jockeying in Hawaii Legislature Is Already Under Way

Thursday, September 4

Kenoi Declares Emergency as Puna Lava Advances

Delegates Praise USDA Disaster Declaration for Hawaii County

Wednesday, September 3

Company Liable for $843,000 in Religious, Sexual Harassment Case

Galaxy Supercluster That Includes Milky Way Named Laniakea

Just 1,782 Votes Separated Schatz from Hanabusa

Voters Statewide to Fill OHA’s Maui Post and 3 At-Large Seats

Tuesday, September 2

Teamsters Backing Hannemann in Governor’s Race

DOH Unveils Renovated Lobby, Marriage License Office

Chad Blair: Abercrombie the Martyr

Monday, September 1

Hirono Wants Congress to Pass Surveillance Reform

Cavasso Says FEMA Rejection Shows Schatz Has Little Power

Ban Ki-Moon Sails on Hokulea, Hikianalia

Fale-Riviere, Fukumoto Chang-Lee on PBS ‘Insights’

August 2014

Friday, August 29

Judge: Hawaii House Can Intervene in Calvin Say Case

Maui Man Arrested for Refusing to Provide DNA Sample

Thursday, August 28

Governor to Appeal FEMA Disaster Declaration Rejection

UH Prof Garners Buzz for Hello Kitty View

FEMA Says No Disaster Declaration for Tropical Storm Iselle

Wednesday, August 27

Ige Holding Campaign Fundraisers, Large and Small

OHA Dismisses Rumors That Board Wants to Fire Crabbe

Tuesday, August 26

Mufi, David, Duke and Jeff: Our Candidates for Governor Get Together

Lava Flow 2 Miles from Puna Subdivision, No Imminent Threat

It’s Women’s Equality Day. How Does Hawaii Compare?

Monday, August 25

No Surprise: HGEA Endorses Top Democratic Candidates

Chad Blair: Republicans on Parade

Friday, August 22

Former Rep. Bob Herkes Dead at 83

All Four Honolulu City Council Candidates on PBS Hawaii

Kenoi Pleased Abercrombie Wants Presidential Disaster Declaration

Saiki Chides Ige for Skipping Candidate Forum

Wednesday, August 20

Access to Hawaii Courts Expanded to All State Libraries

How Much Hawaii Spends on Electricity

Cheer Up: Voter Turnout Even Worse in Washington State

Tuesday, August 19

Hanabusa Won’t Challenge US Senate Election Results

Schatz Back in Puna Tackling Albizia Problem

Hawaii Senators Calling for Greater Nuclear Security Efforts

What’s 100 Bucks Worth in Hawaii?

Monday, August 18

Fun Fact: There Are 4,737 Attorneys in Hawaii!

Libertarian Candidate for Governor Releases Music Video

Gabbard Criticizes Obama Response to Islamic Extremists

Chad Blair: Primary Lessons, General Expectations

Friday, August 15

Hawaii Gov’s Race No Longer Leans Democrat

Missed PBS Hawaii’s ‘Insights’ Thursday? It’s Now Online

Governor Extends Emergency Proclamation for Big Island

Thursday, August 14

Sierra Club of Hawaii: Please Help #KokuaPuna

Puna’s State Senator Asks Residents to Vote for Schatz

Statehood Day to Close State, County Offices Friday

Wednesday, August 13

Fear Not, Puna! Augie T Is on His Way!

In Hawaii Visit, John Kerry Presents Vision for ‘Asia-Pacific Engagement’

Gabbard to Visit Hawaii Island, Calls for FEMA Assistance

Tuesday, August 12

Hanabusa May Sue to Block Friday’s Primary Election in Puna

Disaster Assistance, Recovery Centers Being Set Up on Big Island

Abercrombie’s Defeat Largest Primary Loss of Sitting Governor in US History

Hirono and Gabbard: No Immediate Plans to Go to Puna

Drone Video Over Puna Provides Closer Look of Iselle’s Damage

Monday, August 11

Hawaii Elections Office Announces Plan for Puna Voting on Friday

Politico: Hanabusa Complains of Voting ‘Irregularities’

DC Media Weighing In on Schatz v. Hanabusa

Some Puna Residents Facing Outage into Next Week, Beyond

WaPo: Hanabusa Hasn’t Lost Primary Yet, But ‘Almost Certainly Will’

Sunday, August 10

After the Storm, Bruised Democrats Pull Together

Saturday, August 9

Hawaii Lieutenant Governor: Tsutsui Enjoys Big Victory

Hawaii Legislature: Most Incumbents Win, But There Are Exceptions

Hawaii Governor: Ige Wins It Big!

Office of Hawaiian Affairs: Incumbents Fared Well

All Eyes Turn to Julio as Iselle Fades

Politico: Incumbents Threatened in Stormy Hawaii Primary

Friday, August 8

With Storm Gone, It’s Safe to Vote Saturday

Daily Beast: ‘Even Hawaii Hates Obama Now’

Hanabusa Blasts Obama’s Iraq Airstrikes, Gabbard Wants ‘Direct Blow’ to ISIS

Thursday, August 7

Chad Blair: What Do Hawaii Lieutenant Governors Do?

Hawaii, Maui, Kauai Democrats Cancel Post-Election Unity Events

Hawaii Department of Education to Close Schools, Offices Friday

American, Island Air, Mokulele, United and US Airways Make Cancellations

Iselle Weakens Slightly, Still on Track for Hawaii

Ad Watch: What the Heck Are ‘Hawaii Values’?

Wednesday, August 6

Hawaii Democrats Cancel Hilo Mooheau Bandstand Rally

Hawaii Governor Signs Emergency Proclamation in Anticipation of Storms

Tropical Storm Warning for Big Island, Julio Now a Hurricane

Tuesday, August 5

Abercrombie Implores Supporters to Get Out the Vote

Storm Coming? Hawaii Political Party Chairs Say ‘Vote Early!’

A History of Hawaii Hurricanes Since 1843

Ad Watch: David and Andy Drive Around Pearl City

Monday, August 4

David Ige’s Leadership Style: State Senator Wants To Be Honest, Open, Fair, No Ego

Sunday, August 3

Abercrombie Camp on Latest Poll: ‘We Don’t Believe It for a Second.’

Saturday, August 2

Want to Know How Hawaii Super PACs Raise and Spend Cash?

Abercrombie Fundraising at $5M, Ige Passes $500K Mark

Friday, August 1

Clayton Hee Says HGEA Radio Ad a Campaign ‘Smear’

July 2014

Thursday, July 31

Veterans’ Care, Transportation Funding Bills Head to Obama’s Desk

Civil Beat Poll: Ige Maintains Solid Lead Over Abercrombie

Wednesday, July 30

Three Candidates, Two Journalists, a Photog and Flight 397

Hawaii Gov Candidates Unveil New Visions for the Next Four Years

Tuesday, July 29

Clayton Hee Hammers Shan Tsutsui for Dodging Debates

A Long Day on the Big Island as Abercrombie, Ige Conclude Face-to-Face Combat

US House Approves North Korea Sanctions Enforcement Act

Ige Releases Action Plan: ‘Engineering Hawaii’s Future’

Monday, July 28

Hawaii Delegation Happy With VA Reform Deal

UPDATE: Hawaii’s Online Candidate Filing System Back Online

So, How Did the ‘New Day in Hawaii’ Plan Work Out?

Saturday, July 26

Hawaii Campaign Digest, July 21 – 27

Friday, July 25

Hawaii Reps Want Congress to Stay in Washington Until VA Reform Passes

Escape Attempt ‘Thwarted’ By OCCC Corrections Officers

Hanabusa Pleased With House Resolution on Iraq, Still Arguing With Schatz

Ad Watch: Ige’s First Spot, and Takai Gets Outside Help

Thursday, July 24

League of Women Voters Complains About Kim Email Blast

Capitol Hill Feasted on Hirono’s Hawaiian Hospitality

PBN: Part of Abercrombie’s Cabbie Ad Was Filmed in Miami

Wednesday, July 23

Ige and Abercrombie Agree on Some Things in Waimea Forum

Military Sex Assault Victims Empowerment Act Gets Gabbard’s Support

Bill to Support Hawaii Tourism Passes US House

Tuesday, July 22

One-Third of Hawaii Candidates Missed Financial Disclosure Deadline

When It Comes to Cost, How Does Hawaii’s US Senate Race Compare?

First 21 Inmates Arrive at Kulani Correctional Facility in Hilo

What’s the Impact of Texting Laws on Motor Vehicle Fatalities?

D.C. Event to Highlight Hawaii Businesses, Culture and Food

Saturday, July 19

Whew! Hawaii’s Governor Wears a Seatbelt While Driving

Hawaii Herald, the State’s Japanese-American Journal, Goes Online

It’s Not Just Honolulu That Has Sought to Eradicate Homelessness

Hawaii Campaign Digest, July 14 – 20

Friday, July 18

Rep. Gabbard Proposes Plan to Get Hawaii Vets Quick Access to Care

US Senate Passes Resolution in Support of Israel

Ad Watch: Meet the Cab Driver in Chief

Thursday, July 17

US House Votes to Extend Tax Breaks for Charitable Giving

Hirono Among Lawmakers Heading to Mexican Border

In Race for Campaign Cash, Tsutsui Leads Hee

Wednesday, July 16

US House Lawmakers Critical of Proposed Counterterrorism Fund

US Senate GOP Blocks Democrats’ Birth Control Bill

How Hawaii Voters Might Be Misled in US Senate Debate

Tuesday, July 15

Where Can You Get Pakalolo and Medical Marijuana in the US?

US House Votes to Outlaw Taxes on Internet Service

Best City to Live in Without Children? It’s Honolulu!

Monday, July 14

In Comparing Campaigns, It’s David Ige Vs. Goliath Abercrombie

Sunday, July 13

Ige: Abercrombie Backing Out of AARP Debates ‘Disrespectful to Our Kupuna’

Saturday, July 12

Hawaii Campaign Digest, July 7-13

Every State in the USA, Ranked By Its Food and Drink

Friday, July 11

Rep. Brower Plans Bill to Ban Advertising In the Sky

Abercrombie Tries to Ruffle Ige in Final Televised Debate

Thursday, July 10

Abercrombie Has Raised $4.3M to Date In Campaign Contributions

US House Rejects Bids to Abandon Yucca Mountain Nuclear Waste Site

No Drones In National Parks, but OK for Hawaii’s Marine Monument

Hirono Votes Against Hunting, Fishing Bill

Report: Hawaii’s Rural Roads and Bridges Deficient, Deadly

Ad Watch: Abercrombie Gets All Warm and Fuzzy

Wednesday, July 9

Hawaii Senators Back Bill to Reverse Hobby Lobby Ruling

Tuesday, July 8

Hanabusa Employs Watergate-Era Quote to Prod Schatz

Monday, July 7

State and County Leaders Pledge Commitment to Hawaii Sustainability

Chad Blair: Debate Prep

Saturday, July 5

Hawaii Campaign Digest, June 30 – July 6

When It Comes to Poverty, How Does Hawaii Compare?

Friday, July 4

Abercrombie and Ige Clash on Credit for Hawaii’s Recovery in PBS Debate

Thursday, July 3

Social Security Takes Center Stage at Second US Senate Debate

Wednesday, July 2

New Hawaii Law Eliminates Life Imprisonment Without Parole for Juveniles

Tulsi Gabbard: Congresswoman, Bipartisan ‘Grunting Gym Rat’

Kulani Correctional Facility Re-Opens in Hilo

The First Debate: Sen. Brian Schatz Versus Rep. Colleen Hanabusa

Tuesday, July 1

Congressional Delegates Deplore Court Ruling on Hobby Lobby

Deployment of Apache Choppers to Iraq Worries Hanabusa

Waihee Endorses Schatz in U.S. Senate Race

Chad Blair: Gov. Neil Abercrombie and the Power of Incumbency

June 2014

Monday, June 30

Election Day Voter Registration Now Hawaii Law

Many Candidates Vie for Three At-Large Seats on OHA Board

Saturday, June 28

Hawaii’s 1st Congressional District Candidates, Together At Last

Hawaii Campaign Digest, June 23-29

Native Hawaiian Federal Recognition Hearings Continue

Friday, June 27

Ad Watch: New Spots for Abercrombie, LG Candidates

Thursday, June 26

Ige Wants Abercrombie to Sign Financial Disclosure Bill

Wednesday, June 25

Akaka Speaks Out on Iraq in Hanabusa Radio Spot

Sens. Slom, Espero Criticize Abercrombie’s Veto Intent

Abercrombie in Top Form at First Debate With Ige

Tuesday, June 24

Kanaka Maoli to Feds: ‘Get Out of Our House! Go Home!’

Abercrombie May Veto Board Financial Disclosure Bill

Monday, June 23

Chad Blair: Does the AJA Vote Still Matter?

Saturday, June 21

Hawaii Reps Vote for Defense Appropriations, Iraq Amendment

Hawaii Campaign Digest, June 16-22

Thursday, June 19

Hawaii Has 2nd Lowest Gun Death Rate

Hawaii Prison System Faces More Scrutiny

Feds to Hold Public Meetings on the U.S.-Native Hawaiian Relationship

Wednesday, June 18

Gun Shops Versus Museums and Libraries: How Does Hawaii Stack Up?

Hanabusa to Introduce Amendment to Prevent Iraq Combat Operations

Mufi Hannemann: Nostalgic DJ, Columnist and Candidate for Governor

Tuesday, June 17

Gabbard, Hanabusa Remain Wary of US Involvement in Iraq

Aiona Proposes ‘Homeless Court’ and Outreach to Vets Living on the Street

Monday, June 16

Former Civil Beat Editor Joins First Look Media

Chad Blair: Which Party Do You Belong To?

Sunday, June 15

Would Hawaii Benefit from Increase in Federal Minimum Wage?

Hawaii US Senate Candidate to Sing with Dionne Warwick

Gabbard: ‘Slowly’ Getting Easier for Women to Run for High Office

Saturday, June 14

Hawaii Reps Oppose Further US Military Involvement in Iraq

Arakawa Endorsement May Help Hannemann

Friday, June 13

Shan Tsutsui Ahead of Clayton Hee in Hawaii Lt. Gov. Race

Thursday, June 12

Ige Holds Healthy Lead Over Abercrombie in Hawaii Governor’s Race

Wednesday, June 11

US Senate Follows House in Passing VA Overhaul Bill

Hawaii House: Honor Kamehameha by Sharing His Story

Gabbard: Bergdahl Prisoner Swap Risks National Security

Tuesday, June 10

Hanabusa, Gabbard Split Vote on Appropriations Bill

US House Votes Unanimously for VA Overhaul

John McCain Endorses Djou for Hawaii House Seat

Monday, June 9

Abercrombie Says $46M Line-Item Cut Will Fix Budget Bills

Hawaii Reps Say Wait Times at Honolulu VA Center ‘Troubling,’ ‘Unacceptable’

Hawaii Republican Party Hosting ‘Unity Gathering’ Monday Night

Ad Watch: Shan Tsutsui Reminds Voters Who He Is

Sunday, June 8

If You Live In Hawaii, Here’s How You Might Die

Fun Facts: Hawaii’s Ethnic Stock By County, Schools

Saturday, June 7

Ige Assails Abercrombie’s Record on Energy, Ag, Environment

MAUIWatch’s Neldon Mamuad Challenging Arakawa for Mayor

Hawaii Ethics Commission Drafts Guide for Legislative Allowances

Friday, June 6

Ad Watch: Duke Aiona Plays the Ohana Card

Thursday, June 5

Gay Rights Groups Support Abercrombie, Hee Campaigns

Hirono to Join Obama in France for 70th Anniversary of D-Day

SHOPO, Sheet Metal Union Back Hannemann, Ironworkers Endorse Abercrombie

Republican Governors Association Jabs Abercrombie Over Health Exchange

U.S. House or Senate: Who Works Less?

Wednesday, June 4

First Lady, VA Challenge US Mayors to End Vet Homelessness

Abercrombie-Ige Candidate Forum Set for Late June

Molokai Folks Voice Continued Opposition to Undersea Cable

Study: Yep, Honolulu Traffic Still Sucks

Tuesday, June 3

Races for Hawaii Legislature Feature Lots of Familiar Faces

Abercrombie Campaign Manager Claims 14 Point Lead Over Ige

With Shinseki Gone, Hirono Is Highest-Ranking Asian-American Public Official

Oliver Stone to Direct Edward Snowden Thriller

Monday, June 2

Sen. Ige Files for Hawaii Gov’s Race, Says ‘We Deserve Better’

May 2014

Friday, May 30

Civil Beat Poll: Hawaii Voters Love Tulsi Gabbard

Thursday, May 29

Will Financial Disclosure Bill Hurt Women?

Wednesday, May 28

Civil Beat Poll: Donna Mercado Kim Still Frontrunner in CD1 Race

Tuesday, May 27

Civil Beat Poll: Hawaii Voters Moving Toward Schatz in U.S. Senate Race

Sunday, May 25

Upset: Hawaii Democrats’ New Leader Is From Maui

Hawaii Democrats: ‘The Ball Is in Our Court’

Thursday, May 22

Snowden Held Hawaii ‘Crypto Party’ Before Great Reveal

Poll: Eric Shinseki Blamed for VA Woes

Kauai Missile Range Plans Name Change As Inouye Tribute

Wednesday, May 21

Hawaii Lawmakers Speak Out on Shinseki and VA Medical Care Debacle

How Does Hawaii Rank in Electing Female Governors, Senators?

How Do Lawmaker Salaries in Hawaii Compare With Other States?

Hanabusa Co-Sponsored Resolution on Nigeria Kidnappings Passes   

Tuesday, May 20

Social Security, Marriage Equality Bill Co-Sponsored by Schatz

Scientists: Rising Seas Threaten Big Island Treasures

Reps. Gabbard, Stewart Introduce Veterans TRICARE Choice Act

National Museum of the American Indian Honors Inouye In D.C.

Hawaii AG Investigating Ghana Email Scam

OHA Says It Is Again United, With Aloha and One Voice

Former UH Coach Tomey Passes On Run as Hannemann’s LG

Monday, May 19

Bob Dole Defends Eric Shinseki

Hokule‘a Crew Greeted on Maui Ahead of Voyage

Chris Christie on Duke Aiona: ‘Good News for Hawaii Voters’

Comic Book Bio of Edward Snowden Planned

Sunday, May 18

Fun Fact: There Sure Are Lots of Cars in Hawaii

Senate Run May Challenge Hanabusa’s Perfect House Attendance

Police Chief to Run for Kauai County Council

Hawaii GOP Asks DOE to Stop Teaching Pono Choices, Reject Common Core Standards

Saturday, May 17

India’s New Leader Gets Call From Hawaii Congresswoman

Maui Council OKs Blanket Property Tax Reduction

Hawaii GOP Sees ‘Hope,’ Opportunity in 2014 Elections

Fun Fact: How Many Hawaii Workers Bike to Work?

Hawaii GOP Holding Party Convention Today in Kaneohe

Waikoloa Wiliwili Tree Crowned Largest in the Country

Schatz Among Senators Calling for Protection of At-Profit College Students

Chad Blair: Herding Cats and Democrats

Friday, May 16

Sen. Hee Gets Convention Speaking Role, But 6 CD1 Candidates Shut Out

Hirono Proposes National Guard Leadership Act

Reps. Gabbard, Schock Introduce Immigration Bill Plan

Occupational Fatalities? Hawaii Is Pretty Safe

Reward Offered in Kauai Cat Shootings, Poisonings

US House Votes to Limit NSA Spying, Hawaii Reps Say ‘Nay’

Thursday, May 15

Hawaii Governor Makes It Official: ‘My Final Campaign’

US Senate GOP Blocks Progress on $85B Tax Package

OHA to Host 2 Maui Meetings Amid Nation-Building Concerns

Fifteen Percent of Hawaii Marriages are Same-Sex

Profile of Shinseki, ‘The Man Behind The Troubled VA’

Hawaii Unemployment Rate Drops to 4.4 Percent

Roll Call: Hawaii Democrats Can’t Take Gov Race for Granted

New Hope Pastor Running in GOP Primary for Hawaii Lt. Gov

Lawmakers Budget $500,000 to Honor Dan Inouye and Patsy Mink

Wednesday, May 14

Counties Cope With Modest Bump in Hotel Tax Share

Waiakea High Teacher Allegedly Had Affair with Student

Which States Have the Smartest Students? Not Hawaii

Investigation Into Hawaii State Hospital Continues Today at Capitol

Schatz Defends East-West Center From Pork Critics

UH Study: Unconscious Racism in Juries Weighing Death-Penalty Cases

Mokulele Airlines Plans Oahu-Maui Service from Kalaeloa

Schatz, Hirono Co-Sponsoring Native American Languages Act

Tuesday, May 13

What’s the Most Popular Language in Hawaii?

Hirono Stands With Senate Colleagues on Nigerian Kidnappings

Poll: Schatz Leads Hanabusa By 15 Percentage Points

Monday, May 12

Is Hawaii a Nation or a State?

OHA Trustee Ahuna Removes Name from Letter to Rescind

Sunday, May 11

Sen. Hee Wants Former Rep. Riviere to Take His Senate Seat

Lawsuit Alleges Hilo Union Teacher Assaulted Student

Hee Candidacy Shakes Up Gov and Lt. Gov Races, and Hawaii Senate

Fun Fact: Hawaii’s Major Hurricanes, 1950-2012

Saturday, May 10

Maui Police Ticket Fewer Drivers With Gadgets

Is Clayton Hee Running for Lieutenant Governor of Hawaii?

Friday, May 9

Ad Watch: Abercrombie Plays the Kupuna Card

Chad Blair: The Hawaii Legislature Can Stop Time

Okimoto Steps Down as Hawaii DOT Director, Fuchigami Named Interim

OHA Seeks Opinion on Hawaii Legal Status Under Int’l Law

Senate Confirms Punahou Grad As US Rep to UN in Geneva

Surfer, Activist Dustin Barca Running for Kauai Mayor

Islandwide Blackout After KIUC’s Second Largest Generator Breaks

Ad Watch: A Mother’s Day Ad From Donna Kim

Vulnerable US House Democrats Vote for Benghazi Committee, but Not Hawaii’s

Thursday, May 8

Rep. Takai Gets UH Faculty Backing in Race for Congress

Kauai Lands $80M for Capital Improvement Projects

Hawaii Governor Raises More Campaign Cash — in D.C.

Hawaii Reps Split Vote on IRS Probe, Oppose Lerner Contempt Bill

Wednesday, May 7

Which Hawaii Representatives Got the Most Bills Passed?

HTA’s McCartney to Testify Before Schatz Tourism Subcommittee

Former Hawaii Tribune-Herald Publisher Jumps Into Politics

Rep. Gabbard Again Calls for GMO Food Labeling

Which Hawaii Senators Got the Most Bills Passed?

Tuesday, May 6

Hirono, Schatz Back Warren’s Student Loan Refinancing Bill

A Website That Tracks Whales in Hawaii!

Top GOP Senators Call for Shinseki’s Ouster

Hawaii Island Receives $700K to Fight Coffee Pest

Hawaii Governor Raises More Campaign Money — in San Francisco

Monday, May 5

GOP Caucuses Struck Out at Hawaii Legislature

Feds Sue Hawaii DOT for Sex Harassment, Retaliation

American Legion Calls for Shinseki’s Resignation at VA

Anti-Gay Stance Still In Most GOP Platforms, But Not in Hawaii

Company Wants to Release Giant Groupers in Kona

Sunday, May 4

Legislators to Hear Update on Hawaiian Roll Commission

With Less State Funding, Hilo-Based Space Program Scales Back

Saturday, May 3

Fun Fact: The Ethnicity of Hawaii Public School Students

Summer Hunt to Close Parts of Na Pali Park

Let Hawaii’s Political Races Begin!

Friday, May 2

Deadlock Kills Mayor Kenoi’s Ethics Bill

Hawaii Drug Court Program Marks Another Graduation

Thanks to New Law, Kindergarten Now Mandatory in Hawaii

Thursday, May 1

Report: Honolulu One of Cleanest Cities for Air Pollution

Chad Blair: The Problem With Raising Campaign Cash During Session

World Conference on Hula Coming in July to Kauai

Hawaii’s GOP ‘Lone Ranger’ Sen. Slom Profiled in LA Times

On Tap at the Hawaii Legislature: May 1

Hemp, Hemp, Hooray! Hawaii Bill Now Law

Saiki Commends Governor for Signing HCDA Bill Into Law

Ad Watch: Abercrombie Plays the Keiki Card

April 2014

Wednesday, April 30

Abercrombie Holding $2,000 Per Head Kahala Fundraiser Tonight

Banyan Drive Faces Uncertainty as DLNR Asks What to Do with Land

Senate May Accept House Version of Public Land Liability Bill

Obama Commends Hawaii on Minimum Wage as Senate GOP Kills $10.10 Federal Proposal

Abercrombie to Sign Industrial Hemp Bill

On Tap at the Hawaii Legislature: April 30

Sen. Baker, Rep. McKelvey Hold Fundraisers During Session

House Delays Turtle Bay Conservation Bill Until Thursday

Hawaii House Joins Senate in Raising Minimum Wage

Senate Confirms Wooley, Tamamoto Appointments as End of Session Nears

Hawaii Supreme Court Reaches Out to Kailua-Kona Students

Tuesday, April 29

Sen. English Held Fundraiser During Session

Pohakuloa Training Area Would See Significant Upgrades Under Bill

Hawaii Music Legend Dennis Kamakahi Dies

Hawaii’s Marijuana Minister Gets 5 Years in Prison

Two Hawaii Gov Appointments Suddenly in Trouble in the Senate

Monday, April 28

Legislature Revives 3 Education Bills, Manufacturing Tax Credit

Motive for Maui Stowaway Becomes More Clear

Sen. Kidani Holds Fundraiser During Session

Chad Blair: Why I Hate Conference Committee

Sunday, April 27

Fun Fact: Lee, Smith, Johnson and Kim Led Hawaii Birth Surnames

Kauai Catholics Celebrate Canonization of Two Popes

Sierra Club Pushes Wooley Nomination to Environmental Office

Saturday, April 26

UH-Hilo Reviewing Policy After Free Speech Suit Filed

Rep. Gabbard Meets Abe, Park, Chinese Premier on Asia Tour

OHA Feels ‘Deep Disappointment’ in Failure of Kakaako Makai Bill

Chief Justice Grateful to Legislature for $35M for Kona Judiciary Complex

Voter Registration on Election Day Gets OK from Hawaii Legislators

Lawmakers Reach Tentative Agreement on $10.10 Minimum Wage

Friday, April 25

Down to the Wire: Money for Turtle Bay Land Deal, Higher Minimum Wage Approved

Snakes on a Plane? No, But One Caught in Shipping Container

Land Board to Consider Dog Restrictions in Molokai Reserve Areas

On Tap at the Hawaii Legislature: April 25

Hawaii House Surprises Senate With Counter Offer on Kakaako Makai

Former Kamehameha CEO Appointed to Obama Panel on Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders

Thursday, April 24

Choosing Hawaii State Instrument Proves Difficult

Hannemann Running for Hawaii Governor as Independent Candidate

Honolulu Diocese ‘Distressed’ by Sex Abuse Allegations

On Tap at the Hawaii Legislature: April 24

Two More Coqui Frogs Found on Oahu

Sex Abuse Lawsuit Names Marc Alexander, Honolulu Diocese

Wednesday, April 23

Sen. Hee Holds Fundraiser During Session

Hawaii Lawmakers Closer to a Deal on Minimum Wage While Budget Stalls

Maui Council Approves Ban on Smoking in Parks, Beaches

Ige Pleased to Be Allowed Speaking Position at Convention

On Tap at the Hawaii Legislature: April 23

Happy Earth Day, Hawaii State Capitol!

Hawaii House Seeks Solution On OHA Kakaako Makai Bill

Tuesday, April 22

Pat Saiki Wants GAO Investigation Into Obamacare Exchanges

Hawaii Human Services: ‘Nothing New’ to Report on Teen Stowaway

Stowaway Teen Forces Review of Airport Security

Youth Rally at Capitol Today for ‘Secure, Sustainable Energy Future’

Sen. Galuteria Holds Fundraiser During Session

Monday, April 21

Hawaii Senate Spurns House’s Wage Plan, Offers Own Version

Thursday, April 17

Chad Blair: Confessions of a Cell Phone User While Driving

Hawaii Lawmakers Work On ‘Revenge Porn’ Bill

Tuesday, April 15

Al Gore on Climate Change: ‘We Are Going to Win This Thing’

Monday, April 14

Chad Blair: When Should We Take Candidates Seriously?

Friday, April 11

Sen. Galuteria ‘Incensed’ With Rep. Saiki Over Kakaako Development Bill

Thursday, April 10

Hawaii Board of Education Chairman: ‘My Goal Is the Children’

Tuesday, April 8

Hawaii Lawmakers Advance Minimum Wage Bill, Curbs on HCDA

Sen. Kidani Holds Fundraiser During Session

What Laws Are Poised to Emerge From the 2014 Hawaii Legislature?

Thursday, April 3

Will Hawaii Elect a Republican to Congress?

Hawaii Lawmakers Near Minimum Wage Increase

Wednesday, April 2

Court: Hawaii Doesn’t Have to Give Micronesians Health Care

Tuesday, April 1

Chad Blair: What Are ‘Hawaii Values’?

March 2014

Friday, March 28

Pulling the Curtain Back on Hawaii’s Budget Process

Wednesday, March 26

Chad Blair: Eat, Pray, Vote

Monday, March 24

Ad Watch: Sen. Brian Schatz’s First TV Spot

Friday, March 21

Chad Blair: Are We Criminalizing Homelessness in Hawaii?

Wednesday, March 19

A Pair of Tough-On-Crime Bills Divides Legal Experts in Hawaii

Tuesday, March 18

House Alters Hawaii Senate’s Minimum Wage Bill

Hawaii’s Newest Supreme Court Associate Justice Will Be Mike Wilson

Saturday, March 15

Hawaii Senate Committee Finds No Reason to Reject Supreme Court Nominee

Thursday, March 13

Hawaii Women Senators Prompt Further Inquiry Into Judge Michael Wilson

Behind Closed Doors: How the Hawaii Bar Rated Judge Mike Wilson

Wednesday, March 12

Hawaii Bar on Wilson: ‘Lack of Professionalism,’ ‘Work Ethic Concerns’

What If the Governor Gave a Press Conference and Nobody Showed?

Tuesday, March 11

Ad Watch: Donna Mercado Kim’s Campaign Video

Sunday, March 9

Chad Blair: Here Comes Hawaii’s Super PACs!

Friday, March 7

Committee Sends Supreme Court Nomination to Full Hawaii Senate

Wednesday, March 5

Smooth Passage for Most Bills at Hawaii Legislature

Monday, March 3

What Bills Are Still Alive at the Halfway Point of Hawaii’s Legislature?

Sunday, March 2

Chad Blair: How Do You Solve a Problem Like Hanohano?

February 2014

Friday, February 28

Hawaii Senate Panel Approves Minimum Wage Hike

Negotiations Over Hawaii Minimum Wage Go Down to the Wire

Thursday, February 27

Civil Beat Poll — Oahu Voters Don’t Like Mufi But Are OK With Caldwell

Wednesday, February 26

Civil Beat Poll — Voters Want Higher Minimum Wage, Reject Legal Pot

Saturday, February 22

Hawaii Legislators Press Governor to Keep Morita at Utilities Commission

Friday, February 21

Sen. Kidani Holds Fundraiser During Session

Wednesday, February 19

Civil Beat Poll — Donna Kim Leads Hawaii Race for 1st Congressional Seat

Civil Beat Poll — Hawaii’s U.S. Senate Race In ‘Holding Pattern’

Civil Beat Poll — A Referendum on Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie?

Who Are Hawaii’s U.S. Senate Candidates’ Biggest Donors?

Thursday, February 13

Smoke Signal? Hawaii Senate Panel Approves Decriminalizing Marijuana

Ad Watch: Councilor Ikaika Anderson’s First Campaign Video

Tuesday, February 11

Hawaii Legislature Moves Closer to Raising Minimum Wage

Sunday, February 9

Chad Blair: Is Tulsi Gabbard Hawaii’s Invincible Rep?

Tuesday, February 4

Did Hawaii Sen. Nishihara Just Breathe New Life Into a Dying Biotech Bill?

Monday, February 3

Ad Watch: Rep. Mark Takai’s First Campaign Video

Sunday, February 2

Chad Blair: An Initiative Process Would Give More Power to the People

Saturday, February 1

Abercrombie Has Huge Fundraising Lead Over Challenger

January 2014

Thursday, January 30

Legislature Wrestles With a Living Wage for Hawaii

Tuesday, January 28

At Hawaii Legislature, Access Equals Privilege

Friday, January 24

Chad Blair: Hawaii Legislative Caucuses Help Set Priorities

Wednesday, January 22

Hawaii House GOP’s Young Guns

Hawaii Gov Touts Fiscal Health in Annual Speech With Eye on Re-Election

Monday, January 20

Chad Blair: My, Oh My, Poor Waialae

Friday, January 17

Lawmakers Seeking to Outlaw ‘Conversion Therapy’ in Hawaii

Wednesday, January 15

Back to the Future: Will Past Success Shape 2014 Hawaii Legislature?

Monday, January 13

Legislative Preview 2014: Will Lawmakers Play It Safe in an Election Year?

Friday, January 10

Report Cards for Hawaii’s D.C. Delegates: How’d They Do?

Thursday, January 9

Rep. Bob McDermott’s Gay Sex Problem

Tuesday, January 7

Agency That Oversees Prisons Struggles to Fill Vacant Positions

Thursday, January 2

Chad Blair: Butting Out — the End of Cigarettes

Wednesday, January 1

Ex-New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg at Center of Hawaii U.S. Senate Race

December 2013

Monday, December 23

Chad Blair: Did Clayton Hee Lead a Failed Political Coup in Hawaii’s Senate?

Chad Blair: Breaking the Silence on Nuclear Testing

Sunday, December 22

Will Hawaii Voters Buy Colleen Hanabusa’s Campaign Pitch?

Thursday, December 12

Chad Blair: Ancient Hawaii, Cradle of Civilization?

Saturday, December 7

Chad Blair: Pono Choices Is Pono For Sex Ed

Friday, December 6

Nine Hawaii Legislators In D.C. for Annual Forum

Thursday, December 5

Chad Blair: Mufi Returns?

Tuesday, December 3

Bloomberg to Headline Schatz Reception in Honolulu

Sunday, December 1

Chad Blair: Throwing Away the Key

November 2013

Wednesday, November 27

Gay Marriage, Hawaii Style

Monday, November 25

Island Air, Buyer Beware!

Sunday, November 24

Chad Blair: Can Politics and Journalism Mix?

Thursday, November 21

Why Hasn’t Hanabusa Raised More Money For Hawaii Senate Campaign?

Wednesday, November 20

Hawaii Arts and Cultural Foundation Accused of ‘Desecration, Debacle’

Monday, November 18

Abercrombie Agriculture Director Leaving, Will Help Hanabusa Campaign

Thursday, November 14

Federal Judge: Hawaii’s Open Primary Is Constitutional

Wednesday, November 13

Chad Blair: Heard About the Gay Marriage Special Session Drinking Game?

Tuesday, November 12

Senate Sends ‘Marriage Equality’ Bill to Hawaii Governor

Monday, November 11

Mainland Contributors Are Filling Tulsi Gabbard’s Campaign Coffers

Saturday, November 9

Hawaii Senate Leaders: We’ll Accept Gay Marriage Bill

After Rowdy House Sessions, Senate Seeks Quick Gay Marriage Vote

Thursday, November 7

Gay Marriage Bill Clears Another Hurdle, Final House Vote Set for Friday

Wednesday, November 6

Chad Blair: Donna Mercado Kim, Frontrunner for Congress?

Tuesday, November 5

Hawaii’s Same-Sex Marriage Bill Finally Advances in the House

Gay Cop: HPD Should Disavow Hawaii Police Union Official’s Testimony

Monday, November 4

Gay Marriage Opponents Effectively Delay House Committees’ Decision Another Day

Saturday, November 2

Abercrombie on Marriage Debate: ‘Democracy Is Taking Place’

October 2013

Thursday, October 31

Thousands Wait Hours to Testify on Hawaii Same-Sex Marriage Bill

Wednesday, October 30

Same-Sex Marriage Now Up to Hawaii House

Monday, October 28

Hawaii Senate Panel Passes Same-Sex Marriage Bill

Tumultuous, Historic Week Expected at Hawaii Legislature

Tuesday, October 22

Civil Beat Poll — A Majority of Hawaii Voters Disapprove of Abercrombie

Monday, October 21

Civil Beat Poll — Schatz Has Narrow Lead Over Hanabusa

Friday, October 18

Civil Beat Poll — Hawaii Support for Same-Sex Marriage Grows

Thursday, October 17

Schatz: Ideology, Not Ethnicity, Will Win Hawaii Senate Race

Wednesday, October 16

Who Is Winning the CD1 Campaign Money Chase?

Monday, October 14

Chad Blair: Wisdom for the Nation From the Streets of Washington, D.C.

Thursday, October 10

Hawaii Delegates Frustrated by Federal Shutdown Gridlock

Tuesday, October 8

Chad Blair: A Postcard From Washington, D.C.

Saturday, October 5

As Shutdown Lengthens, Hawaii Worries About Federal Reimbursements

Thursday, October 3

The Shutdown of ’95-’96: ‘Silliest Washington Squabble in Memory’

Tuesday, October 1

Hawaii Delegates Give Up Salaries During Shutdown

‘Wild West Shootout’ for Hawaii’s 1st Congressional District Seat

September 2013

Saturday, September 28

Chad Blair: It’s High Time to Legalize Pot

Wednesday, September 25

Chad Blair: Brian Schatz, Hawaii’s Super Senator?

Study: Despite Progress, Hawaiians, Other Islanders Still Die Younger

Monday, September 23

Words Before Dying — a Micronesian Oral History, from Hawaii

Saturday, September 21

Gabbard Outraged Over Extension of ‘Monsanto Protection Act’

Thursday, September 19

Guard Sues Colleague and OCCC Over Alleged Sexual Harassment

Tuesday, September 17

Chad Blair: What Does the Bard Say to the Governor?

FBI Files: A Window Opens on the Life and Times of Dan Inouye

Friday, September 13

God, Religious Freedom and Sex in Mililani: The Saga Continues

Wednesday, September 11

Chad Blair: Is Sen. Hirono Our Stateswoman on Syria?

Tuesday, September 10

Is Hawaii Living Up to the Rhetoric on Clean Energy?

Abercrombie: Marriage Equity ‘The Right Thing to Do’ For Hawaii

Saturday, September 7

The Main Obstacle for Marriage Equality: Divergent Religious Views

Friday, September 6

Auditor: Office of Hawaiian Affairs Purchase Violated Investment Policy

Thursday, September 5

Hawaii Legislature Has Votes to Pass Same-Sex Marriage

Interior Secretary Assures Hawaiians on Federal Recognition

Wednesday, September 4

Schatz Talks Tough on Syria, Downgrades to Request for Debate

August 2013

Friday, August 30

Hawaii’s Hanging Chad: Journos, Flacks and Hacks

Thursday, August 29

Hawaii’s Costly Legal Battle Over Gay Marriage

Tuesday, August 27

Estimate: Special Session to Legalize Gay Marriage Would Cost Just $25,800

Monday, August 26

Hawaii’s Hanging Chad: The Catholic Church’s Same Sex Problem

Sunday, August 18

Hawaii’s Hanging Chad: Get Ready for 2016!

Wednesday, August 14

Neil Abercrombie, Probation Officer-in-Chief

Tuesday, August 13

U.S. Supreme Court May Hear Appeal on Hawaii Reapportionment

Monday, August 12

Hawaii’s Hanging Chad: Tweets from the Holy Land

Friday, August 9

Doing the Math on Hawaii’s 1st District Race

Thursday, August 8

Takai Bid Puts Hawaii’s Military Role at Campaign Center

Monday, August 5

Hawaii Procurement Administrator Fights for His Job

Saturday, August 3

Hawaii’s Hanging Chad: They’ll Do It Their Way

Thursday, August 1

Giving It Up for the Governor: Hawaii State Employees Fuel Campaign

July 2013

Monday, July 29

A Tale of Two Hawaiis

Friday, July 26

Hawaii’s Hanging Chad: Why No Local Sex Scandals These Days?

Thursday, July 25

UH Profs: Same-Sex Marriage Good For Hawaii

Tuesday, July 23

Who’s Backing Who for Hawaii’s U.S. Senate Seat?

Monday, July 22

Hawaii’s Hanging Chad: Political Blood and Gore

Wednesday, July 17

What Should Hawaii Do For Micronesians?

Helping Hawaii Make Sense of Micronesia

Tuesday, July 16

Petitioners Want the Right to Throw the Bums Out

Eat, Pray, Love — And Lobby? — At The Legislature

Wednesday, July 3

Hanabusa Supporters Say Leadership Beats Seniority

June 2013

Friday, June 28

Civil Beat Poll – Let’s Ban Military-Style Assault Weapons in Hawaii

Civil Beat Poll – Fewer Than Half Of Voters Approve Of Abercrombie

Civil Beat Poll – A Year Out, Hawaii Senate Race Up For Grabs

Wednesday, June 26

Should Hawaii Expect Flurry of Gay Marriages?

Exodus of Rep. Gabbard’s Senior Staff May Cloud Political Star’s Rise

Saturday, June 22

Can Inouye’s Ghost Take Down Sen. Brian Schatz?

Thursday, June 20

Local Enough To Be UH Prez? Take Our Quiz!

Wednesday, June 19

Gov: Hawaii is ‘Most Stable’ State Government

Making Waves: Kelii Akina and The Grassroot Institute of Hawaii

Monday, June 17

DC808: On the Wire — On The Defense

Thursday, June 13

Hawaii Auditor Violated Procurement Laws, Too

Wednesday, June 12

Will PR Blitz Help Abercrombie Coast To Re-Election?

Tuesday, June 11

DC808: On the Wire — Hail Hawaii’s Conqueror

Friday, June 7

No More Getting It Weekly

DC808: On The Wire — The Alaska Connection

Thursday, June 6

The Risks of Righting Mayor Wright’s Wrongs

Wednesday, June 5

Does Hawaii’s Drivers Test Still Disenfranchise Immigrants?

Saturday, June 1

Want To Run For Congress? Political Insiders Only, Please

May 2013

Friday, May 31

DC808: On the Wire — Fly Away Home

Thursday, May 23

DC808: On the Wire — Sailing On Without Inouye

Wednesday, May 22

Did Hawaii’s Senate President Violate The State Ethics Code?

Monday, May 20

U.S. Army Ejects Big Island Democrats From Convention Site

Hawaii Bromance: Caldwell and Abercrombie

Saturday, May 18

Hawaii GOP: ‘Republicans Will Rise Again’

Thursday, May 16

DC808: On the Wire — A City Of Scandals

Tuesday, May 14

Free Parking: Should Lawmaker Let Lobbyist Use His Capitol Space?

Monday, May 13

Oahu Democrats: Female Hawaii Monarchs Dissed In Favor Of Good Friday

Saturday, May 11

Oahu Democrats Pick Up Dan Inouye’s Torch

Thursday, May 9

DC808: On The Wire — OHA: President Obama Needs Our Help

Tuesday, May 7

Playing Hooky At The Hawaii Legislature

Monday, May 6

Hawaii GOP Legislators Fail To Get Caucus Bills Passed

Saturday, May 4

Senate Race Just Begun, But It’s All About Inouye

Friday, May 3

DC808: On The Wire — Colleen Hanabusa: ‘I Am The One’

Thursday, May 2

Session Done, But Is Hawaii Speaker Consolidating Power?

Med School Puts Best Face Forward To Lawmakers

April 2013

Monday, April 29

Of Wheel Boots, Tow Trucks and FrankenBills

Gov. Neil Abercrombie: ‘Let’s Move Forward’

Saturday, April 27

House Kills Geothermal ‘FrankenBill’ Favored By Hawaii Senate

Friday, April 26

Some Good Government Bills Still Alive

Thursday, April 25

DC808: On the Wire — The Amazing Race

Cash Call: Sen. Hee Holds Fundraiser During Session

Handicapping The Race To Replace Hanabusa

Wednesday, April 24

Cash Call: Sen. Galuteria Holds Fundraiser During Session

National Political Analysts Give Schatz The Edge

Tuesday, April 23

Emergency Contraception ‘The Right Thing To Do’

Monday, April 22

Bills Gone Wild: Frankenstein And Gut-N-Replace At The Capitol

Friday, April 19

DC808: On the Wire — A Tough Week For Gun Control Supporters

Thursday, April 18

Schatz Federal Campaign Report: A Who’s Who Of Hawaii’s Biggest Names

Who Can Survive On The Minimum Wage?

Monday, April 15

Government Transparency Bill Hung Up On Release Of Proprietary Information

Sunday, April 14

The Last Campaign

Friday, April 12

DC808: On the Wire — The D.C. Money Game

Thursday, April 11

Valley Island Welcomes Gov’s Cabinet With Aloha

Wednesday, April 10

Hawaii Senate Bill Sidesteps Public Input

Monday, April 8

Check, Please: Hawaii Legislators Raising Money During Session

Friday, April 5

Waiting For Colleen

DC808: On the Wire — North Korea: Time To Duck And Cover?

‘Lessons Learned’ From Oahu Prison Escape

Wednesday, April 3

Former Mortgage Task Force Member Still Wants Ethics Cover

Monday, April 1

Officials: Hawaii Courts Not Clogged With Pot Cases

March 2013

Friday, March 29

Hawaii Prison Population Drops 5 Percent

DC808: On the Wire — A Supreme Battle Over Gay Marriage

Wednesday, March 27

Hakuna Matata: Hawaii Redux

Monday, March 25

State Senators Want Gay Marriage Impact Study

Political Enmity? Calvin Say Hires Scott Saiki’s GOP Opponent

Sunday, March 24

Monsanto Notches Another Victory In GMO Fight

Friday, March 22

GMO? Hawaii Lawmakers Elect To Study The Issue

Thursday, March 21

DC808: On the Wire — Will She Run?

Wednesday, March 20

OHA Trustee Says $21M Property Deal Was Shady

Monday, March 18

Hawaii Fight Over GMO Labeling Turns Ugly

Friday, March 15

DC808: On the Wire — Live Long And Prosper

Solomon: Hawaii ‘On The Verge Of Bankruptcy’

Wednesday, March 13

Cash Call: Sen. Kidani Holds Fundraiser During Session

Tuesday, March 12

You Say You Want A Resolution

March 12 — At The Legislature

Saturday, March 9

DC808: On the Wire — Splitting The Vote

Thursday, March 7

Is This A More Progressive Hawaii Legislature?

Wednesday, March 6

Pine: Leeward Coast Has Longest Commute Times

Tuesday, March 5

A Good Day For Good Government, Mostly

Friday, March 1

Does Faye Hanohano Have A Point?

February 2013

Thursday, February 28

U.S. House Passes Violence Against Women Act

Wednesday, February 27

Want To Run For The Legislature? Better Live In Your District

Friday, February 22

Breaking The Cycle Of Money And Politics

Cash Call: Sen. Kidani Holds Fundraiser During Session

Thursday, February 21

Hands Off! Bill Bars Candidates From Touching Voters’ Ballots

Wednesday, February 20

Impeach Hawaii’s Governor? State Senate Establishes Causes

Tuesday, February 19

Show Us The Money: Bill Calls For Early Financial Disclosure

Monday, February 18

DC808: On the Wire — Tulsi Gabbard’s Fight

Friday, February 15

House Speaker On The PLDC: ‘It Was A Mistake’

Thursday, February 14

Bill Aims To Prevent Candidates From ‘Helping’ Voters Fill Out Ballots

Monday, February 11

Pupus and Politics: It’s That Time of Year at the Hawaii Capitol

Sunday, February 10

PLDC: Fix It, Kill It, Or Try Something New?

Saturday, February 9

DC808: On the Wire — Hirono Talks Priorities

Friday, February 8

Blockbuster Stores: And Then There Were Three

Thursday, February 7

Justice Denied: Lawmakers Won’t Listen, So Chief Justice Tries YouTube

Tuesday, February 5

Movers, Shakers Give Big To Gov’s Re-Election, But Labor Support Soft

Monday, February 4

Abercrombie: 10 Percent Of Hawaii Residents Are Veterans

Friday, February 1

DC808: On The Wire — The Schatz Interview

January 2013

Thursday, January 31

Rape Victim Emergency Care Tops Women’s Caucus Agenda

Paparazzi In Hawaii? Dream On!

Wednesday, January 30

Outside Funding Is Helping Keep Hawaii’s East-West Center Afloat

Monday, January 28

Chance ‘Em, Brah: Is This The Year For Gambling?

Friday, January 25

Gay Marriage Bills, Pro And Con, Before Lawmakers

Thursday, January 24

Courage and Compassion With Aung San Suu Kyi

Wednesday, January 23

Political Musical Chairs? Hawaii Gov. Abercrombie Fills All The Seats

Abercrombie’s Jeopardy Challenge: What Is Uninspiring?

Tuesday, January 22

DC808: On The Wire — Going To The Inauguration

Friday, January 18

Sinners, Saints and Hawaii Government

Wednesday, January 16

A Hawaii House Still Divided?

December 2012

Friday, December 28

Campaign Cash Aready Fueling Hawaii’s 2014 Senate Race

Neil Abercrombie, Agent of Transition

Thursday, December 27

Task Force Demands Action On Hawaiian Incarceration

Wednesday, December 26

Why Abercrombie Didn’t Pick Hanabusa

Saturday, December 22

Akaka To Inouye: ‘My Brother, Aloha ‘Oe, A Hui Hou’

Abercrombie to Inouye: ‘You Are Home With Us in Paradise’

Inouye’s Last Wish Is Abercrombie’s Biggest Burden

Thursday, December 20

Who Wants To Be A U.S. Senator?

Wednesday, December 19

Was Ed Case Right About Senate Transition?

Tuesday, December 18

Lesson From Alaska: Loss of Inouye Won’t Be as Bad as We Thought

Monday, December 17

Who Will Succeed Inouye in the Senate? Hawaii Governor Will Choose

Friday, December 14

Is Hawaii Sen. Dan Inouye On The Mend? No One Will Say

Thursday, December 13

Legalize It? Legislature Might Amend Hawaii Pakalolo Laws

Sunday, December 9

The Price of a Congressional Seat in Hawaii? More Than $1 Million

Thursday, December 6

Hawaii Legislator Salaries Going Up 25 Percent

DC808: On the Wire — Closing The Deal

Wednesday, December 5

Abercrombie: Hawaii Heading In ‘Other Direction’ of Fiscal Cliff

Tuesday, December 4

[VIDEO] Newsmaker: Freedom To Marry’s Evan Wolfson

November 2012

Friday, November 30

Who Will Lead If Inouye and Abercrombie Leave Office?

Powerball Players In 42 States Eligible For $587M Jackpot, But Not Here

Thursday, November 29

DC808: On the Wire — The Fiscal Slope

Wednesday, November 28

Tax Review Panel Wants Hawaii Version of Simpson-Bowles

The Difficulty Of Hawaii Authors Getting Published On The Mainland

Tuesday, November 27

Former Hawaii Journalist Pens Mystery Novel

Monday, November 26

Abercrombie Will Ask Legislature To Consider All-Mail Voting

Thursday, November 22

DC808: On the Wire — The Thanksgiving Day Episode

Wednesday, November 21

What Would the House of Souki Mean for Hawaii?

Tuesday, November 20

Is Hawaii Next for Gay Marriage? Local Gay Rights Advocates Say Yes

Senate: We’re Not Through With The University of Hawaii Just Yet

Monday, November 19

Hawaii Senate: Leadership Plays A Game Of Political Musical Chairs

Thursday, November 15

DC808: On the Wire — Over The Cliff

Wednesday, November 14

Is the NRA Gaining Ground in Hawaii? National President Visits

Monday, November 12

God, Religious Freedom and Sex in Mililani

Thursday, November 8

For Hawaii Governors, Second Acts Are Tough

Wednesday, November 7

House Democrats May Dump Say For Souki

Tuesday, November 6

I Approve This Message

Monday, November 5

Lingle Vetoed National Popular Vote Bill

OHA: Incumbent Apoliona Wins New Term

Hawaii Legislature: Big Night for Democrats, Incumbents

Hawaii U.S. Senate: Hirono Trounces Lingle

President Obama Wins Second Term

Friday, November 2

What’s At Stake In The 2012 Election

Thursday, November 1

Democrats Have Huge Cash Advantage Over GOP In House Races

October 2012

Wednesday, October 31

DC808: On The Wire — Eye of The Storm

Tuesday, October 30

State Senate Incumbents Outspend Challengers

Saturday, October 27

Primary Runner-up Sues To Stop Winning Candidate

Friday, October 26

Tax Panel Chief Warns Of Fiscal Crater

Thursday, October 25

DC808: On The Wire — Native Hawaiians Say Aloha To Washington

Wednesday, October 24

Inouye And Hirono Skip Planned Media Interviews

Why So Many Hawaiian, Samoan And Filipino Youth In Justice System?

Monday, October 22

Debating the Debates

Friday, October 19

Lingle and Hirono, On The Attack

Thursday, October 18

Hawaii Boy Scout Leaders Named In ‘Perversion Files’

DC808: On The Wire — Who’s The Greatest President Ever?

Wednesday, October 17

Lingle Pollster: ‘Very Close Race’

Monday, October 15

Hey, Big Spender

Friday, October 12

Cal Lee: I’ll Bring Teamwork to OHA

Thursday, October 11

Dinner And Drinks? It’s On Jim Donovan!

DC808: On The Wire — Hotline Between Hawaii And The Nation’s Capital

Monday, October 8

Should UH Say Aloha To Football?

Smooth-Talking Lingle Gets Under Hirono’s Skin

Saturday, October 6

Party Control of 2013 Legislature? Blue Hawaii

Thursday, October 4

New Aid-In-Dying Service Getting Inquiries

Tuesday, October 2

Senate Hearings on UH: What Did We Learn?

September 2012

Sunday, September 30

Hawaii Senators Push For Unredacted Fact-Finder’s Report From University

Friday, September 28

Cayetano’s Transit Plan: Back to the Future

Wednesday, September 26

Hanabusa Takes Round One in Djou Rematch

Democrats Might Censure Sen. Donovan Dela Cruz

Monday, September 24

The University of Hawaii’s Costly Fumble

Friday, September 21

Tax Review Panel Won’t Recommend Gambling

Thursday, September 20

Abercrombie Loses Another Top Aide

Gov’s Kauai Meeting Clouded by PLDC Outrage

Wednesday, September 19

Lingle, Djou Mum On Romney Rant

Tuesday, September 18

Abercrombie: PLDC Could Help Waikiki Natatorium

Going Back To School With Tulsi Gabbard

Monday, September 17

Hirono: Lingle TV Spot Misleads Voters

Thursday, September 13

Quiet Rematch For Hawaii’s 1st District Seat

Wednesday, September 12

AARP Issues ‘Wake Up Call’ on Entitlements

Tuesday, September 11

Tax Review Commission: Don’t Kill the Messenger

Monday, September 10

Third Party Presidential Candidates on Hawaii Ballot

Saturday, September 8

Ben and Kirk Talk Journalism And, Of Course, Politics

Friday, September 7

U.S. Senate Foes Reveal Tactics, Debate Facts

Thursday, September 6

Hawaii Democrats Question Another Candidate’s Standing

Tuesday, September 4

Election Could Bring New Leadership to OHA

August 2012

Friday, August 31

Hawaii’s Mormons: ‘Chosen People, Promised Land’

The Rail Election

Thursday, August 30

The Man from HOPE

Wednesday, August 29

Surf and Turf: An Analogy Between Hawaii Superferry and Honolulu Rail

Tuesday, August 28

‘Stunning’ Opposition Plagues Hawaiian Home Lands Director

Friday, August 24

Tulsi Gabbard’s Opponent? He’s the Smoking Guy

Thursday, August 23

Meet Kawika Crowley, Candidate for Congress

May I Speak With the Candidate, Please?

Saturday, August 18

Political Analysts Say Make Way for Sen. Hirono

Thursday, August 16

Hawaii Law Prohibits Voter Intimidation

Wednesday, August 15

Gabbard: Would Be First Female Combat Veteran Elected to Congress

Concerns Of Voter Intimidation Raised In Cachola Victory

Monday, August 13

Tuesday Morning Quarterbacking

Sunday, August 12

Where The Hawaii Senate Race Goes From Here

Thursday, August 9

What’s At Stake In Hawaii’s Primary Election

Hawaii Legislature: Primary Results Could Bring Leadership Change

Hirono Trounces Case, Sets Sights On Lingle

Wednesday, August 8

Hawaii Judge Upholds Same-Sex Marriage Ban

Why Would Anybody Want This Job?

Hawaii Pot Minister to Stay in the Slammer

Monday, August 6

As Hawaii Primary Nears, Lingle Still Raking It In

Saturday, August 4

Groups: Pono Isn’t Being Pono

Thursday, August 2

Nobel Laureate Brings Message of Hope and Forgiveness to Hawaii

Wednesday, August 1

Mufi’s Last Chance?

Hawaii Tilt Stores Remove Las Vegas-style Slots

July 2012

Monday, July 30

Hirono and Lingle Already Focusing on Each Other

Friday, July 27

Generation Dan

Thursday, July 26

Case Versus Hirono, But Lingle’s In the Mix

Wednesday, July 25

Touring Next Step: My Visit to a Homeless Shelter

Tuesday, July 24

Complaints Escalate At Kakaakao Homeless Shelter

Monday, July 23

Linda Lingle: U.S. Chamber Made?

Friday, July 20

Hirono’s War Chest Keeps Pace With Lingle’s

Abercrombie Promises No More ‘Fiscal Sinkhole’

Wednesday, July 18

Djou and Hanabusa On The Issues

Please Leak To Me

Tuesday, July 17

Hawaii Senate Contenders Differ On Super PACs

Monday, July 16

Hannemann and Gabbard Race For The Cash

Friday, July 13

Thielen, Ryan Raise Equal Amounts in Senate Race

Thursday, July 12

Candidates for 2nd Congressional District Stress Background

Wednesday, July 11

Party Favor? Independent Candidates Have A Tough Time In Hawaii Primary

Tuesday, July 10

Hawaii Lawmaker Suspects Gambling in Kaneohe

Friday, July 6

Dissent, Patriotism and Ed Nakamura

Tuesday, July 3

Should Church Come to State in Hawaii?

Monday, July 2

Is Mazie Hirono Getting Nervous?

June 2012

Saturday, June 30

Ariyoshi on Hawaii Tourism and Sustainability

Ariyoshi on Hawaii’s Role in the Asia-Pacific

Friday, June 29

Health Care Ruling Could Hurt Hawaii GOP

Tuesday, June 26

Political Tempest In A Hawaii Teapot

Monday, June 25

Hawaii Gov Singles Out 19 Bills for Possible Veto

Saturday, June 23

‘Public Hug Fest’ For State High Court Nominee

Thursday, June 21

‘First Step’ Taken to Transform Criminal Justice System

Tuesday, June 19

Haole? The Unbearable Whiteness of Being

Monday, June 18

Overthrowing the Democrats? Independents Are A Long Shot

Saturday, June 16

National Political Analysts Predict Hirono Will Win Hawaii Senate Race

Friday, June 15

Senate Hopefuls Hirono and Case Go Out Swinging

Thursday, June 14

Familiar Senate Debate Sees Fresh Exchanges

Wednesday, June 13

Hawaii U.S. Senate Race: The Maui Debate

Tuesday, June 12

Hannemann Final Radio Show Prompts Opponent To Seek Equal Time

Monday, June 11

Kauai OHA Seat Is One Of The Year’s Hottest Races

Friday, June 8

Thielen Donated to Hawaii GOP Candidates

Wednesday, June 6

Stanford Confuses Lanikai Islets With Melanesia

Should Hawaii Democrats Stop Laura Thielen?

Abercrombie: Change Retirement Age for Judges

Tuesday, June 5

Off and Running: The Race for Hawaii’s Legislature

Why Run? GOP Candidate Says She’s ‘Fed Up’

Friday, June 1

The Campaigns of Ed and Mazie: A Contrast

May 2012

Wednesday, May 30

Case and Hirono, Together at Last

Monday, May 28

Why They Are Democrats

Sunday, May 27

Hirono: ‘Let’s Furlough Linda Lingle’

Case: ‘High Stakes’ In U.S. Senate Choice

Saturday, May 26

Abercrombie: ‘There Is A War On Our Basic Values’

Thursday, May 24

The Hawaii Supreme Court: A Legacy for Gov. Neil Abercrombie?

Wednesday, May 23

Lawsuit Filed Over Death of Second Arizona Inmate

Tuesday, May 22

Hawaii Democrats Charge Candidates $500 a Minute to Address Convention

Arizona Demands Obama Birth Certificate But Takes A Pass On Romney’s

Thursday, May 17

Does Lingle Support U.S. Chamber of Commerce?

Wednesday, May 16

What To Do When Your Candidate Is Your Boss

ACLU: Hawaii Denied Prisoners Marriage Rights

Who’s Making Big Bucks Working for Hawaii’s U.S. Senate Candidates?

Saturday, May 12

Hawaii GOP Hopes the Future Is Theirs

Lingle: United Hawaii GOP Can Win More Seats

Friday, May 11

Djou: I Accepted No PAC Money Last Quarter

Oshiro: Obama’s Stance No Guarantee for Gay Marriage in Hawaii

Thursday, May 10

Dear Dan: Cayetano’s Email to Inouye

Wednesday, May 9

Obama Support for Same-Sex Marriage Ripples Through Hawaii Politics

Monday, May 7

Is Sen. Dan Inouye Out of Touch With Hawaii?

Friday, May 4

Disagreement, Exemptions Marked 2012 Ledge

Thursday, May 3

Live Blog: Closing Day at the Hawaii Legislature

Tuesday, May 1

Who’s Giving Big Bucks to Our Senate Candidates?

April 2012

Sunday, April 29

Hawaii Legislature Brings 47 Bills Back to Life

Friday, April 27

Is Calvin Say Holding the Budget Hostage?

Thursday, April 26

Hawaii Lawmakers Stretch Deadline to Pass $11.2B Budget

Wednesday, April 25

Dog the Bounty Hunter, Wife Lobby Against Hawaii Justice Reform Initiative

‘Narrow’ Religious Exemption for Civil Unions Law?

Tuesday, April 24

Hawaii Democrats: ‘Emotional Chickens With Our Heads Cut Off’

Monday, April 23

Hawaii Lawmaker Voted on Bills Backed By His Employer — Oceanic Cable

Thursday, April 19

Hirono Won’t Debate Case On Top TV Networks

Wednesday, April 18

Senate Democrats Help Each Other Raise Campaign Cash

Tuesday, April 17

A Pillar of Peace for the Hokulea

Dalai Lama Says China Must Investigate Tibetan Self-Immolations

Monday, April 16

One Paddle, Two Paddle for the Dalai Lama

Sunday, April 15

The Gift of the Dalai Lama

Friday, April 13

Who Has Worst Hawaii Senate Attendance?

Thursday, April 12

Inouye: The Only Thing That Will Stop Rail is World War III

Linda Lingle’s Role Model: Susan Collins of Maine

OHA-Kakaako Deal A Victory for Abercrombie

Wednesday, April 11

Dalai Lama Visit Inaugurates Peace Program

Senate: DLNR Officers Don’t Need Taser Training

Friday, April 6

Who Has Worst Hawaii House Attendance?

The Thielen Affair: Debate Continues On Senate Floor

GOP Veteran Fred Hemmings Will Seek Former Senate Seat

Thursday, April 5

Party Chair Dismissed Legal Opinion on Thielen

Tuesday, April 3

Top Democrats Condemn Party for Rejecting Thielen

Descent Into Haole: ‘The Descendants’ Dissed

Monday, April 2

Hawaii Doctors Form Aid In Dying Advisory Council

March 2012

Saturday, March 31

Hannemann Courts GOP Donors On Guam

Hawaii Gov Remains Defiant on HSTA Standoff

Friday, March 30

Staff Turnover Doesn’t Bother Abercrombie

Thursday, March 29

Who Speaks for the Abercrombie Administration?

Abercrombie: Environmental Critics Are ‘Apocalyptic’ Naysayers

Tuesday, March 27

Sen. Roz Baker Blasted Over Hearing Conduct

Saturday, March 24

March Madness: Hawaii Legislative Resolutions

Friday, March 23

Hawaii Lawmakers Revive Vacation Rental Bill

Developing Kakaako: The Big Picture

Thursday, March 22

Legislature May Sacrifice Environment for Economy

Wednesday, March 21

Civil Unions Returns to the Hawaii Legislature

Tuesday, March 20

Rep. Awana Still Tardy With Election Filings

Thursday, March 15

Case Tries to Shake Up Quiet Senate Race

Hawaii AG Search Reveals No ‘Hot’ Alexander Emails

Tuesday, March 13

Hawaii Republican Caucuses: Hawaii Kai

Hawaii Victory Gives Romney Something to Cheer About on Santorum’s Night

Monday, March 12

House Shelves Hawaii Vacation Rental Bill

Saturday, March 10

Capitol Watch — Hawaii Politics and Government — Mar. 12-18

How Are ‘Good Government’ Bills Faring at the Ledge?

Friday, March 9

Reapportionment Panel Completes Map Quest

Thursday, March 8

Lingle Ads Cost U.S. Chamber Big Bucks

New Rules for Non-Hawaii Owned Vacation Rentals Advancing In Legislature

Wednesday, March 7

Still Alive at the Hawaii Ledge

Not So Public: When Emails Brought Down Hawaii Official

Monday, March 5

Washington Place Reserved for Top Gov Donor’s Family

Saturday, March 3

Capitol Watch — Hawaii Politics and Government — Mar. 5-11

Thursday, March 1

DAGS Responds to Civil Beat — Two Weeks Later

Does Calvin Say Control Reapportionment?

February 2012

Wednesday, February 29

Americans Elect Qualifies for Hawaii Ballot

A Plan to Return Hawaii’s Mainland Inmates

Tuesday, February 28

Non-Hawaii Owners of Vacation Rentals in Uproar

Saturday, February 25

Capitol Watch — Hawaii Politics and Government — Feb. 27-Mar.4

How Other States Treat Aid In Dying

A Conversation About Aid In Dying In Hawaii

Friday, February 24

Gay Websites Extoll Gov’s Marriage Ban Stance

Thursday, February 23

Reapportionment: Neither Pono nor Kapakahi

Tuesday, February 21

Gabbard Campaign Benefits from Generous Family Support

Hawaii Homeless Shelter in Kakaako Is ‘A Mess’

Sunday, February 19

Capitol Watch — Hawaii Politics and Government — Feb. 20-26

Friday, February 17

Governor’s Emails Auto-Deleted After 60 Days

Thursday, February 16

Death of Hawaii Prisoner Raises Concerns About Arizona Facility

Wednesday, February 15

New Political Maps: Big Island Gains Seat, Oahu Incumbents to Face Off

HCDA: Director Tony Ching Deserves Pay Raise

Monday, February 13

John Radcliffe — Prophet or Pariah?

Saturday, February 11

Capitol Watch — Hawaii Politics and Government — Feb. 13-19

The Speaker’s PAC

Thursday, February 9

Former State Workers Say Governor’s Office Was Warned About Alexander

Wednesday, February 8

Leaders Split on Lawmaker Disclosure Deadline

Tuesday, February 7

Campaign Ads Now Hitting Hawaii Airwaves

Monday, February 6

Why the Emphasis on Local Financial Support in U.S. Senate Race?

Sunday, February 5

Capitol Watch — Hawaii Politics and Government — Feb. 6-12

Hirono: I’m Only Candidate Who Opposed Bush Tax Cuts

January 2012

Monday, January 30

A Bill to Stop Mitch Kahle?

Saturday, January 28

Capitol Watch — Hawaii Politics and Government — Jan.30-Feb.5

Friday, January 27

Hawaii GOP’s Wish List At The Ledge

Hot Issue At The Hawaii Legislature: Cybercrime

Thursday, January 26

Opponents Slam Hawaii Effort to Track Web Usage

Lingle, Flush With Cash And On Message

Tuesday, January 24

Hawaii GOP Still Looking For CD2 Candidate

One Year Later – 2011 State of the State Scorecard

Say, Tsutsui Bask in Governor’s Love

Monday, January 23

Abercrombie: Hawaii Has ‘Turned Corner’

Capitol Watch — Hawaii Politics and Government — Jan. 23-29

Saturday, January 21

House Labor Wants Salary, Names To Remain Public

Thursday, January 19

Remembering Ben: The Cayetano Years

Bill Resurfaces to Make Public Employee Names, Exact Salaries Private

Wednesday, January 18

‘Justice Reinvestment’ Faces Public Safety Hurdle

Saturday, January 14

Capitol Watch — Hawaii Politics and Government — Jan. 16-22

Judge Rejects Complaint Against Kawaiahao Church

Hedging Bets at the 2012 Hawaii Ledge

Thursday, January 12

Reapportionment Puts Candidate Filings On Hold

Wednesday, January 11

Ethics Boss Nixes Lobbyist Invites to Lawmakers

Monday, January 9

Judiciary: Make Reporters’ Shield Law Permanent

Saturday, January 7

Capitol Watch — Hawaii Politics and Government — Jan. 9-15

AG: Alexander Sex Allegations ‘Not Directly Related’ to State Job

Friday, January 6

Hawaii Homeless Chief Resigns Amid Sexual Misconduct Allegations

Thursday, January 5

U.S. Military in Hawaii: ‘Bright Future Ahead’

Sunday, January 1

Hawaii Celebrates First Civil Unions

December 2011

Saturday, December 31

Capitol Watch — Hawaii Politics and Government — Jan. 2-8

Federal Judge Clears Way for Hawaii Civil Unions

Friday, December 30

Hawaii GOP Hopes Local Caucus Will Grow Party

Thursday, December 29

Two Hawaii Churches Seek To Block Civil Unions

Wednesday, December 28

Federal Recognition for Native Hawaiians Could Come Via Interior Dept

Land Deal Could Be ‘Economic Engine’ For Native Hawaiians

Saturday, December 24

Abercrombie’s First Year, According To Abercrombie

Friday, December 23

Capitol Watch — Hawaii Politics and Government — Dec. 26-Jan. 1

2011 Year in Review — Hawaii

Thursday, December 22

Hawaii Pot Minister’s Bail Denial Called ‘Rare’

Wednesday, December 21

Angry Birds Aren’t Leaving Hawaii Capitol

Hawaii Election 2012: A Preview

Inouye Still Brings Home The Bacon

Tuesday, December 20

Charter Schools’ ‘Glaring Concerns’ Raised at Briefing

Friday, December 16

Capitol Watch — Hawaii Politics and Government — Dec. 19-Dec. 25

Another Setback for Hawaiian Recognition

Wednesday, December 14

Youth Correctional Facility Cleans Up Its Act

Monday, December 12

Few Turn Out For Meeting On Kakaako OHA Deal

Federal Justice Officials Ignore Questions About Hawaii Pot Minister

Saturday, December 10

Capitol Watch — Hawaii Politics and Government — Dec. 12-Dec. 18

Friday, December 9

Gloves Come Off As Hawaii Senate Race Gets Going

Tuesday, December 6

No Christmas in Hilo for Roger Christie

Saturdays in the Park, But Not the Precinct

Saturday, December 3

Capitol Watch — Hawaii Politics and Government — Dec. 5-Dec. 11

Friday, December 2

Capitol Watch: Dec. 2

Thursday, December 1

Abercrombie: ‘Our Game Plan Is Working’

Capitol Watch: Dec. 1

November 2011

Wednesday, November 30

Capitol Watch: Nov. 30

Governor Still Seeking Water Panel Candidates

Tuesday, November 29

Capitol Watch: Nov. 29

Abercrombie Wants to Build ‘Third City’

Abercrombie Relents On Nominees’ Names, But Hasn’t Changed His View

Monday, November 28

Abercrombie: ‘Please Have Faith In Me’

Sunday, November 27

Capitol Watch: Nov. 28

Wednesday, November 23

Capitol Watch: Nov. 23

Americans Elect Petitions for Hawaii Ballot

Tuesday, November 22

Capitol Watch: Nov. 22

Monday, November 21

Swag of Our Governors

Sunday, November 20

Capitol Watch: Nov. 21

Friday, November 18

Capitol Watch: Nov. 18

Ceded Land Deal Began With A Phone Call

Thursday, November 17

Capitol Watch: Nov. 17

State Offers OHA $200M Kakaako Land Settlement

Wednesday, November 16

Detained Youth Feel ‘Safe, Secure’ at Kailua Prison

Capitol Watch: Nov. 16

Hawaii Homeless Shelter, Outreach Use Drops

Tuesday, November 15

Capitol Watch: Nov. 15

First Lady to Vets: ‘America Does Have Your Back’

Monday, November 14

Capitol Watch: Nov. 14

Sunday, November 13

How Will APEC Be Remembered?

Saturday, November 12

U.S. Election Rears Its Head at APEC

Friday, November 11

APEC High-Tech Showcase Gets Little Notice

Quality Time at APEC With ‘A U.S. Senior Official’

Thursday, November 10

In APEC’s Shadow: The Pacific People’s Economy

Iolani Palace Director Blasts Closure Decision

Tom Donohue: Hawaii ‘Great Place’ To Do Biz

Wednesday, November 9

APEC Swag Bag Showcases Iconic Hawaii Goods

Protesters Mourn Local Killed In Waikiki Shooting

Secret Service to Tweet for First Time at APEC

Homeless Return To Area Cleared By DOT

Tuesday, November 8

FBI Watching Potentially Violent APEC Protesters

Capitol Watch: Nov. 8

Monday, November 7

Blake Oshiro Will Be Gov’s New Deputy Chief Of Staff

Saturday, November 5

Friend or Foam: Safe, Sanitary and Cost-Effective

Friday, November 4

Capitol Watch: Nov. 4

Watershed Moment For Hawaii’s Watersheds?

Thursday, November 3

Capitol Watch: Nov. 3

Wednesday, November 2

Kalakaua Homeless Cleared Near Convention Center

Hanabusa Sponsors Bill To Help COFA Migrants

Capitol Watch: Nov. 2

Tuesday, November 1

Capitol Watch: Nov. 1

October 2011

Monday, October 31

Don’t Tase Me, Brah

APEC Won’t Close Waikiki Beach

Sunday, October 30

Capitol Watch: Oct. 31

Friday, October 28

Hannemann Radio Show Doesn’t Cross Legal Line

Capitol Watch: Oct. 28

Homeless Evicted In Sweep Say They’ll Be Back

Thursday, October 27

Capitol Watch: Oct. 27

Nimitz Highway Targeted For Homeless Cleanup

Wednesday, October 26

Capitol Watch: Oct. 26

Tuesday, October 25

Is Medicare A Chink In Lingle’s Political Armor?

Capitol Watch: Oct. 25

Hawaii’s Future Leaders: Where Are They?

Abercrombie: ‘I Play All Four Quarters’

Saturday, October 22

Capitol Watch: Oct. 24

Friday, October 21

Capitol Watch: Oct. 21

No Surfboard for Obama

City Adjusts Bus Routes, Trash Pickup for APEC

Thursday, October 20

Secret Service Releases APEC Security Plans

Capitol Watch: Oct. 20

Wednesday, October 19

Lingle’s Official Website As Hawaii Gov Hard To Find

Gov’s Media Director Penned Vietnam Novel

Capitol Watch: Oct. 19

When Mazie Met Linda … and Ed

Tuesday, October 18

Capitol Watch: Oct. 18

Could Lingle Do What Akaka Couldn’t?

High Anxiety Over APEC?

Saturday, October 15

Capitol Watch: Oct. 17

Friday, October 14

Hawaii Artist Snags website

Capitol Watch: Oct. 14

Thursday, October 13

Not a Word From Lingle on Her Most Difficult Decision

Capitol Watch: Oct. 13

Wednesday, October 12

APEC Protest for Dummies

Capitol Watch: Oct. 12

Tuesday, October 11

Slick Rollout For Lingle’s Senate Campaign

It’s Official: Lingle Running for U.S. Senate

Capitol Watch: Oct. 11

Monday, October 10

2001 Consent Decree Guides APEC Protest Rules

Sunday, October 9

Capitol Watch: Oct. 10

Saturday, October 8

Wall Street Protests Reach Hawaii’s Shores

Friday, October 7

Capitol Watch: Oct. 7

Can Hawaii’s Legislature Really Help Micronesians?

Senior Dems Pushed Gov To Shake Up Staff

Thursday, October 6

Capitol Watch: Oct. 6

Wednesday, October 5

Abercrombie Takes Tamer Tack After Pro Bowl Gaffe

Like GOP, Hawaii Democrats Also In Debt

Tuesday, October 4

Capitol Watch: Oct. 5

Hawaii Civil Defense’s Teixeira Calls It Quits

Hawaii Launches Mortgage Foreclosure Dispute Portal

Monday, October 3

Surfing Now An Official Sport At Hawaii Schools

Capitol Watch: Oct. 4

Saturday, October 1

Capitol Watch: Oct. 3

Governor Has Been Busy Honoring the Fallen

September 2011

Friday, September 30

Capitol Watch: Sept. 30

‘Bummer of a Summer’ for Hawaii’s Visitor Industry

Thursday, September 29

Capitol Watch: Sept. 29

Wednesday, September 28

Analyze This: Hawaii’s Criminal Justice System

Capitol Watch: Sept. 28

Tuesday, September 27

Hawaii GOP Racked Up Credit Card, Mailer Debt

Capitol Watch: Sept. 27

Monday, September 26

GOP’s Kaauwai Steps Down Under Pressure

No Social Media Rules for Hawaii Lawmakers

Hawaii GOP In Dire Financial Need

Sunday, September 25

Capitol Watch: Sept. 26

Friday, September 23

Inside Halawa: A Reporter’s Notebook

Capitol Watch: Sept. 23

Thursday, September 22

Halawa Guards Sidestep Metal and Drug Detection

Mouse in the House

Capitol Watch: Sept. 22

Lawmakers Investigate Prison Complaints

Wednesday, September 21

Capitol Watch: Sept. 21

GOP Hierarchy Demands Kaauwai’s Resignation

Tuesday, September 20

Lingle Predicts More Women Leaders

Capitol Watch: Sept. 20

Abercrombie Defends Emergency Cleanup Order

Monday, September 19

Topless Waikiki Protesters Cite First Amendment

Sunday, September 18

Capitol Watch: Sept. 19

Saturday, September 17

TSA Fires 28 Employees at Honolulu Airport

Friday, September 16

Most Hawaii State Senators Use Facebook

Abercrombie HR Head Sunshine Topping Quits

Thursday, September 15

Most Hawaii State House Reps on Facebook

Capitol Watch: Sept. 16

Hawaii GOP Plans to Field CD2 Candidate

Wednesday, September 14

Capitol Watch: Sept. 15

Tuesday, September 13

Birthers: $10,000 for Obama Birth News Clip

Capitol Watch: Sept. 14

Monday, September 12

Protests In Works for Hawaii APEC Meeting

Capitol Watch: Sept. 13

Saturday, September 10

Capitol Watch: Sept. 12

Friday, September 9

Politics, Tourism and Hawaii’s Destiny

Capitol Watch: Sept. 9

August 2011

Thursday, August 25

Kapu For Kipu Falls on Kauai

Wednesday, August 24

No Senate Run for Hanabusa

Abercrombie Banks on High-Speed Broadband

Tuesday, August 23

Capitol Watch: Aug. 24

Monday, August 22

Capitol Watch: Aug. 23

Saturday, August 20

Sex, Booze and Firefighting

The New Sheriff In Town

Friday, August 19

Capitol Watch: Aug. 22

Thursday, August 18

About That 90-Day Plan on Homelessness …

A New Day 2.0

Wednesday, August 17

Djou Off to Afghanistan — and Running for Congress

Capitol Watch: Aug. 18

Capitol Watch: Aug. 17

Monday, August 15

Capitol Watch: Aug. 16

Notes From the Hawaii Labor Relations Board

DISCUSSION: Hawaii U.S. Senate Race 2012

Capitol Watch: Aug. 15

Sunday, August 14

CD2, Anyone? Anyone?

Case Makes His Case As He Opens Campaign HQ

Friday, August 12

Perry on the Right

Thursday, August 11

Abercrombie: State Has Not Met With UPW

Capitol Watch: Aug. 12

Capitol Watch: Aug. 11

Tuesday, August 9

Payroll Check: How Two Hawaii Govs Compare

Capitol Watch: Aug. 10

Gov to Keynote Collective Bargaining Convention

Capitol Watch: Aug. 9

Advantage, Abercrombie

Monday, August 8

Inouye: Tax Loopholes for Corporations Must End

Saturday, August 6

Capitol Watch: Aug. 8

Friday, August 5

Lingle, Women and Leadership

Thursday, August 4

Capitol Watch: Aug. 5

Most States Don’t Restrict Task Force Lobbying

Wednesday, August 3

Don’t Show Me the Money

Capitol Watch: Aug. 4

The Challenges Ahead: Hawaii in 2050

Tuesday, August 2

Capitol Watch: Aug. 3

State: No Money to Pay Hawaii Teachers More

Monday, August 1

Garcia, Cachola Reports Hint at State Senate Bids

Capitol Watch: Aug. 2

Capitol Watch: Aug. 1

July 2011

Saturday, July 30

Lingle: D.C. Dysfunction ‘Encourages’ Senate Run

Friday, July 29

Full Disclosure: Hawaii’s Cabinet

Capitol Watch: July 29

Homeless Czar: Safe Zones Wrong Approach

Abercrombie: ‘Happy to Entertain Counteroffers’ From Teachers Union

Thursday, July 28

Capitol Watch: July 28

Tuesday, July 26

U.S. Senate Mails Dans’ Financial Disclosures

Capitol Watch: July 27

Monday, July 25

Capitol Watch: July 26

Sunday, July 24

Capitol Watch: July 25

Saturday, July 23

Kym Pine, Eric Ryan and a Curious Check for $3,150

Thursday, July 21

Case: Support Has ‘Never’ Come From PACs

Capitol Watch: July 22

Newsmaker: Watch the Interview With HGEA Executive Director Randy Perreira

Capitol Watch: July 21

Tuesday, July 19

Abercrombie vs. Hawaii Teachers: What’s at Stake

Capitol Watch: July 20

Capitol Watch: July 19

Monday, July 18

Ryan-Pine Imbroglio Began Over a Pay Dispute

Going Down to Electric Avenue

Sunday, July 17

Capitol Watch: July 18

Friday, July 15

Hirono Leads in Hawaii Senate Fundraising

Thursday, July 14

When the Ledge Calls, Agencies Answer

Wednesday, July 13

Capitol Watch: July 14

Kymberly Pine Hit With Another Online Attack

Hawaii Gov Vetoes 15 Bills

Hawaii Lawmakers Enter World of Cybercrime

Tuesday, July 12

Hee: Hawaii Experienced Greatest Loss from Colonization

Capitol Watch: July 13

Hawaii Most Diverse Population on Earth, Says Abercrombie

Capitol Watch: July 12

Monday, July 11

Hello, U.S. Senate? Sorry, You’ll Have to Fax Us

Sunday, July 10

Capitol Watch: July 11

Friday, July 8

Pele’s Potential

Capitol Watch: July 8

Thursday, July 7

Capitol Watch: July 7

‘First Step’ to a Native Hawaiian Governing Entity

Wednesday, July 6

Capitol Watch: July 6

Tuesday, July 5

‘Justice Reinvestment’ Plan An Easy First Phase

Crime and Punishment at the Hawaii Legislature

Monday, July 4

Capitol Watch: July 5

Friday, July 1

Hawaii Gov: Let’s Bring Back ‘Aloha Friday’

Capitol Watch: July 1

Mazie Hirono v. Colleen Hanabusa: A Preview?

June 2011

Thursday, June 30

Resignation Resistance Climbs to 13

Blue Planet to Gov: Don’t Veto Energy Bill

Wednesday, June 29

Hawaii Gov’t Offices Vow to Go Green

Capitol Watch: June 30

Michele Bachmann: ‘We Want to Win Hawaii’

Tuesday, June 28

Capitol Watch: June 29

Hawaii Governor Lists 23 Bills He May Veto

Monday, June 27

NY Gay Marriage Won’t Affect Hawaii … Yet

Capitol Watch: June 28

Capitol Watch: June 27

Friday, June 24

A Lewd, Offensive and Racist Hawaii Tale

No Charges Filed in Hawaii Lawmaker ‘Hacking’ Case

Gov Defends Resignation Request, Pushes ‘New Day’

Thursday, June 23

More Appointees Snub Hawaii Governor

Capitol Watch: June 23

Wednesday, June 22

Newsmaker: Interview With Lt. Governor Brian Schatz

Why Abercrombie Chose To Target Five Boards

Tuesday, June 21

Capitol Watch: June 22

Capitol Watch: June 21

Appointees Resist Hawaii Gov’s Resignation Request

Monday, June 20

Senate Unanimously Approved Appointees Targeted by Abercrombie

Sunday, June 19

Capitol Watch: June 20

Friday, June 17

Mazie and Colleen: Million Dollar Babies

Thursday, June 16

Capitol Watch: June 17

Wednesday, June 15

Capitol Watch: June 16

Tuesday, June 14

Capitol Watch: June 15

Hawaii Legislators Rank High in College Degrees

The Many Tweets of Mufi

Media Said to Fuel Micronesian Stereotypes

Monday, June 13

Capitol Watch: June 14

Saturday, June 11

Capitol Watch: June 13

Friday, June 10

How Abercrombie Leads Post Legislative Session

Hanabusa Rents Apartment in Her District

TSA to Fire 36 Honolulu Airport Workers

No Aloha for Micronesians in Hawaii

Hanabusa in the House: ‘I’m Different’

Thursday, June 9

Hawaii Governor Says State ‘Bribes’ NFL to Hold Pro Bowl ‘Scrimmage’

Capitol Watch: June 9

Hanabusa to Decide on Senate Run by August

Tuesday, June 7

Prosecutor’s Office: ‘Dramatic Increase’ in Computer Crimes

Capitol Watch: June 8

Top Council Aide Behind Hacking of Hawaii Rep’s Website, Email

Monday, June 6

Capitol Watch: June 7

Sunday, June 5

Capitol Watch: June 6

Saturday, June 4

Email, Website of Hawaii Lawmaker Hacked

Friday, June 3

It’s No Longer Just ‘Gay Pride’ Month in Hawaii

Capitol Watch: June 3

Wednesday, June 1

Capitol Watch: June 2

Five Minutes In Hawaii With the SecDef

May 2011

Tuesday, May 31

Capitol Watch: June 1

Monday, May 30

Capitol Watch: May 31

Friday, May 27

No Special Session Means Key Bills In Limbo

Capitol Watch: May 27

Wednesday, May 25

Hirono: ‘I’m a Workhorse, Not a Show Horse’

Should Hawaii Consider a Unicameral Legislature?

Capitol Watch: May 26

Tuesday, May 24

Capitol Watch: May 25

Open U.S. Senate Race Rare in Hawaii

Monday, May 23

Hawaii Congressional Reps to Feds: Help Us Curb Micronesians

Capitol Watch: May 24

Sunday, May 22

Newsmaker: Talk Live With AARP Hawaii’s Barbara Kim Stanton

Capitol Watch: May 23

Thursday, May 19

Word’s Out: Hirono To Run For U.S. Senate

District Pork Hard to Track at the Ledge

Wednesday, May 18

Capitol Watch: May 19

Survey: Hawaii’s Most and Least Effective Lawmakers

Hawaii Unveils Action Plan for Homelessness

Tuesday, May 17

Capitol Watch: May 18

Capitol Watch: May 17

Monday, May 16

Capitol Watch: May 16

If She Runs, Lingle Wants ‘Strategy for Victory’

Abercrombie Says He Will ‘Roll Over’ AARP

Sunday, May 15

Hawaii GOP: Show Us the Money

Friday, May 13

Abercrombie Hits The Road — And Feels The Love

Playing With Power at Hawaii’s Legislature

Wednesday, May 11

Capitol Watch: May 12

Say, Oshiro Best in Hawaii House at Passing Own Bills

Hawaii Senate Chairs Excel In Passing Own Bills

Hawaii Republicans Strike Out at Legislature

Capitol Watch: May 11

Tuesday, May 10

Capitol Watch: May 10

Monday, May 9

Gov’s Batting Average For Bills at Ledge Tops .500

Sunday, May 8

Legislative Session for Gov a ‘Mixed Blessing’

Saturday, May 7

Capitol Watch: May 9

Thursday, May 5

Hawaii Lawmakers Agree Reluctantly to Salary Cuts

Session Wrap: It Came from the Ledge

Capitol Watch: May 5: Live Blogging from the Legislature

Wednesday, May 4

Schatz: Feds Will Provide APEC Funds

Capitol Watch: May 4

Tuesday, May 3

Capitol Watch: May 3: Live Blogging from the Legislature

Monday, May 2

Time Running Out to Fund Hawaii’s APEC Bill

Hawaii Legislative Session Not Over Till It’s Over

Capitol Watch: May 2

Sunday, May 1

Pay Raises for Hawaii Lawmakers Still on Table

April 2011

Friday, April 29

Hawaii Lawmaker Throws Dice on Casino Gambling

Thursday, April 28

Capitol Watch: April 29: Live Blogging from the Legislature

Hawaii Legislature Stalemated Over Budget

Capitol Watch: April 28: Live Blogging from the Legislature

Wednesday, April 27

Akaka Comes Full Circle

Japanese Tourists ‘Will Be Back Soon’ to Hawaii

Tuesday, April 26

Not Bills, But These Reso’s from Hawaii Legislature Still Carry Weight

Capitol Watch: April 27

Monday, April 25

Hawaii Launches First Phase of Homeless Plan

Capitol Watch: April 26

Friday, April 22

A User’s Guide to Hawaii Conference Committees

Capitol Watch: April 25

Thursday, April 21

Hawaii Version of Akaka Bill Still Alive

Wednesday, April 20

House Clashes Over Saving Hawaii Health-Care Law

Landmark Gay Rights Bills From Hawaii Legislature

Capitol Watch: April 21

Tuesday, April 19

Abercrombie Appointee Gets Post — On Second Try

Capitol Watch: April 20

Monday, April 18

Inouye’s Mission of Justice

Inouye: Take Trump Presidential Bid Seriously

Politics Divides Hawaii Reapportionment Panel

Capitol Watch: April 19

Friday, April 15

My Candidate, My Boss: The Prequel

Capitol Watch: April 18

PHOCUSED On the Needy at the Hawaii Legislature

Capitol Watch: April 15

Thursday, April 14

Sixteen Abercrombie Nominees Have Withdrawn

Wednesday, April 13

Capitol Watch: April 14

Tuesday, April 12

Capitol Watch: April 13

Monday, April 11

Capitol Watch: April 12

Saturday, April 9

Capitol Watch: April 11

Friday, April 8

Half of Cabinet Gave to Abercrombie Campaign

My Candidate, My Boss

Thursday, April 7

Capitol Watch: April 8

Extension Likely for Hawaii Shield Law

Hawaii Agrees To New HGEA Labor Contract

Wednesday, April 6

Capitol Watch: April 7

Tuesday, April 5

Hee v. Louie: Round Two

Capitol Watch: April 6

Abercrombie Never Promised Transparency

Monday, April 4

Capitol Watch: April 5

Friday, April 1

Capitol Watch: April 4

Capitol Watch: April 1

March 2011

Thursday, March 31

Schatz: Administration ‘Focused on Governing’

‘Reso’ Fever at the Hawaii Legislature

Wednesday, March 30

Capitol Watch: March 31

New Akaka Bill Ignores Lingle Concerns

Hee v. Louie

Capitol Watch: March 30

Tuesday, March 29

Clawing for the Last Dime at the Hawaii Legislature

Monday, March 28

Capitol Watch: March 29

Friday, March 25

Capitol Watch: March 28

Hawaiian Lawmakers Push Akaka Bill At State Level

Thursday, March 24

Capitol Watch: March 25

Bringing Home The Bacon — The Raw Numbers

Wednesday, March 23

Capitol Watch: March 24

Calvin Say Supporters Bring Home The Bacon

A Town Hall In Wahiawa

Hawaii Legislature Backs Off Punishing Tourism Publications

Tuesday, March 22

Capitol Watch: March 23

Monday, March 21

Capitol Watch: March 22

Friday, March 18

Hawaii House Dissidents Dissed — The Raw Numbers

Capitol Watch: March 21

Thursday, March 17

Capitol Watch: March 18

Obama: Harmful Levels of Radiation Won’t Reach Hawaii or West Coast

Abercrombie Now ‘Flexible’ On Raising GET

Wednesday, March 16

Are Hawaii House Dissidents Getting Dissed?

Capitol Watch: March 17

Tuesday, March 15

Capitol Watch: March 16

Monday, March 14

UPDATE: Hawaii Tsunami Damage In ‘Tens of Millions’ of Dollars

Capitol Watch: March 15

Hawaii Tsunami Costs Rising, Gov Expands Disaster Declaration

Capitol Watch: March 14

Saturday, March 12

Abercrombie In Charge

Friday, March 11

Hawaii State and County Websites Didn’t Serve Public During Tsunami

Live, From Honolulu, It’s Neil Abercrombie

Thursday, March 10

The Hawaii Legislature at the Halfway Mark

Capitol Watch: March 11

Wednesday, March 9

Capitol Watch: March 10

Tuesday, March 8

Capitol Watch: March 9

Capitol Watch: March 8

Monday, March 7

Budget Aside, How’s the Gov Doing at the Ledge?

Friday, March 4

Capitol Watch: March 4

Hawaii’s Homeless Crisis: It’s Still With Us

Thursday, March 3

Akaka Retirement Triggers Political Free-For-All

Wednesday, March 2

Clayton Hee, Maverick of the Hawaii Senate

Capitol Watch: March 3

Tuesday, March 1

Capitol Watch: March 2

February 2011

Monday, February 28

Capitol Watch: March 1

Saturday, February 26

Capitol Watch: Feb. 28

Thursday, February 24

Capitol Watch: Feb. 25

Civil Unions, Civic Courage

Hawaii Civil Unions Signed Into Law

Wednesday, February 23

Capitol Watch: Feb. 24

No Bridge for the Religious Divide?

Tuesday, February 22

Capitol Watch: Feb. 23

Budget 101 With Prof. Abercrombie

Monday, February 21

Lawmaker Caught Up In Foreclosure Mess

Capitol Watch: Feb. 22

Saturday, February 19

Capitol Watch: Feb. 21

Thursday, February 17

Usual Suspects Gave Big Bucks For Abercrombie Inauguration

Road Paved for Raising the GET?

Capitol Watch: Feb. 18

Capitol Watch: Feb. 17

Wednesday, February 16

Civil Unions, Then and Now

Tuesday, February 15

Brower Throws Down in the Hizzy

Capitol Watch: Feb. 16

Lawmakers Not Ignoring Homelessness

Monday, February 14

Capitol Watch: Feb. 15

Straight Talk From Hawaii Union Rep to His Members

Saturday, February 12

Capitol Watch: Feb. 14

Friday, February 11

Civil Unions Bill: New, Improved, Not Perfect

Thursday, February 10

Capitol Watch: Feb. 11

House of the Holy

Wednesday, February 9

Capitol Watch: Feb. 10

Tuesday, February 8

Capitol Watch: Feb. 9

Monday, February 7

Capitol Watch: Feb. 8

Sunday, February 6

Capitol Watch: Feb. 7

Friday, February 4

Fast-Tracking Civil Unions

Thursday, February 3

Capitol Watch: Feb. 4

Bachmann: There’s Tea Party ‘Buzz’ In Hawaii

Capitol Watch: Feb. 3

Tuesday, February 1

Capitol Watch: Feb. 2

Capitol Watch: Feb. 1

January 2011

Monday, January 31

Capitol Watch: Jan. 31

Friday, January 28

First Amendment Scholar: Invocations Satisfy No One

Kicking God Out of the Hawaii Senate

Thursday, January 27

Capitol Watch: Jan. 28

Capitol Watch: Jan. 27

Health Director Quits Amid Fraud Investigation

Tuesday, January 25

Abercrombie Testy In Naming McKenna

Capitol Watch: Jan. 26

Capitol Watch: Jan. 25

Monday, January 24

In Righting the Canoe, Who Gets Thrown Overboard?

Saturday, January 22

Akaka Bill Fails, Lobbyists Collect $3.2M from OHA

Friday, January 21

Capitol Watch: Jan. 24

Capitol Watch: Jan. 21

Thursday, January 20

Can a House Divided Against Itself Stand

Capitol Watch: Jan. 20

Wednesday, January 19

Hawaii Legislature

Capitol Watch, Jan. 19: Live Blogging Opening Day of the Legislature

Tuesday, January 18

Hard Choices: Abercrombie and the Legislature

Friday, January 14

Chasing Amy: Lawmakers Press Asselbaye on Budget

Capitol Watch: Jan. 18

Capitol Watch: Jan. 14

30 Minutes With the Most Powerful Man In Hawaii

Thursday, January 13

Michael Medved: Hawaii Senate ‘Insane’ to Ban Invocation

Wednesday, January 12

Capitol Watch: Jan. 13

Tuesday, January 11

Topsy-Turvy at the ‘Ledge’

Capitol Watch: Jan. 12

The Power of The Speaker

Capitol Watch: Jan. 11

Saturday, January 8

Hawaiian Electric Mum On Possible Buyout

Hawaiian Electric Takeover Spurs Angry E-mails

Friday, January 7

Capitol Watch: Jan. 10

Local Hui Aims to Buy Out Hawaiian Electric

Capitol Watch: Jan. 7

Thursday, January 6

Capitol Watch: Jan. 6

Hanabusa: Health-Care Repeal Won’t Happen

Wednesday, January 5

Capitol Watch: Jan. 5

Tuesday, January 4

Budget Director Doesn’t Have All the Answers for Lawmakers

Capitol Watch: Jan. 4

Sunday, January 2

Capitol Watch: Jan. 3

December 2010

Thursday, December 30

Stories From The Hawaii Beat – 2010 Recycled

Critical Audit Could Spur Hawaii Prison Reform

Wednesday, December 29

Capitol Watch: Dec. 30

Pinching the Power of Dan’s Purse

Tuesday, December 28

Capitol Watch: Dec. 29

Monday, December 27

Capitol Watch: Dec. 28

Sunday, December 26

Capitol Watch: Dec. 27

Wednesday, December 22

Capitol Watch: Dec. 23

The State of OHA: ‘E Hiki No Kakou!’

Capitol Watch: Dec. 22

Monday, December 20

Abercrombie’s New Day Runs into Budget Sinkhole

Capitol Watch: Dec. 21

Sunday, December 19

David Louie Named Attorney General

Saturday, December 18

Capitol Watch: Dec. 18

Friday, December 17

Capitol Watch: Dec. 20

Capitol Watch: Dec. 17

Thursday, December 16

Capitol Watch: Dec. 16

Gov: ‘Bring All Prisoners Back’ From Mainland

Tuesday, December 14

Capitol Watch: Dec. 15

Monday, December 13

Capitol Watch: Dec. 14

Capitol Watch: Dec. 13

Friday, December 10

Capitol Watch: Dec. 10

Thursday, December 9

Ethics Commission Gives Senators OK for Taiwan Trip

House Reps Attack Speaker, Call for New Leadership

Wednesday, December 8

Capitol Watch: Dec. 9

The AAA Team: Amy, Andrew and Abercrombie

Capitol Watch: Dec. 8

Tuesday, December 7

On Abercrombie’s First Day, Everything Old Seemed New Again

Sunday, December 5

Dissecting Abercrombie’s ‘New Day’

Capitol Watch, Dec. 6: Live Blogging the Inauguration of Neil Abercrombie

Capitol Watch: Dec. 4

Friday, December 3

Capitol Watch: Dec. 7

Thursday, December 2

Capitol Watch: Dec. 3

Wednesday, December 1

Capitol Watch: Dec. 2

Abercrombie Will Have Exceptional Power

Duke Aiona’s Transformation: ‘Praying at the Government Gate’

November 2010

Tuesday, November 30

Capitol Watch: Dec. 1

A Radical Appointment

Monday, November 29

Capitol Watch: Nov. 30

Capitol Watch: Nov. 29

Tuesday, November 23

Capitol Watch: Nov. 23

Portrait of a Governor

Monday, November 22

Fall of the House of Say?

Saturday, November 20

Capitol Watch: Nov. 22

Friday, November 19

Capitol Watch: Nov. 19

Thursday, November 18

Capitol Watch: Nov. 18

Tuesday, November 16

Capitol Watch: Nov. 16

Friday, November 12

Capitol Watch: Nov. 12

Thursday, November 11

Capitol Watch: Nov. 11

Ashamed of Hawaii in London

Wednesday, November 10

Capitol Watch: Nov. 10

Tuesday, November 9

Capitol Watch: Nov. 9, 2010

Saturday, November 6

Gov Watch: Nov. 8, 2010

Friday, November 5

Elections Dim Outlook of Akaka Bill — and Akaka?

Wednesday, November 3

Hawaii Election Observations

Discussion: Hawaii Governor Neil Abercrombie

Monday, November 1

Transition Hawaii

October 2010

Friday, October 29

Where’s Lingle?

Thursday, October 28

A Prayer Night for Politicians

Democratic Legislator Endorses Aiona

Tuesday, October 26

Where Neil, Brian, Duke and Lynn Get Their Money

Abercrombie’s Crowning Victory

Same Old Legislature?

It’s Good To Be Dan Inouye

Saturday, October 23

Aiona Would Hold Office Prayers as Governor

Living on the Wire With KITV

Thursday, October 21

Aiona, God and State

Aiona Says He’s Victim of “Despicable Attacks”

Wednesday, October 20

Canvassing the Garden Isle

Garden Variety: Kauai’s Gov-Lt. Gov. Debate

Monday, October 18

Surprise! Equality Hawaii Likes Pro-Civil Union Candidates

Djou: ‘I Am Not a Member of the Tea Party’

Friday, October 15

The Spiritual Life — and Trials — of Neil Abercrombie

Q&A With Brian Schatz

Q&A With Lynn Finnegan

Q&A With Duke Aiona

Q&A With Neil Abercrombie

Around the Kitchen Table with Neil, Duke, Charles and Colleen

Thursday, October 14

News Flash: Sam Slom Endorses Sam Slom

Wednesday, October 13

OHA Debate: Neil Says Act Now on Akaka Bill, Duke Says Wait for New Congress

Hooser: Aiona a ‘Right Wing Religious Zealot’

Monday, October 11

Spending the Weekend With Duke and Neil

Saturday, October 9

Aiona’s Shades of Blue

Aiona’s Shades of Blue: The Akaka Bill

Aiona’s Shades of Blue: Helping the Homeless

Aiona’s Shades of Blue: Energy and Sustainability

Aiona’s Shades of Blue: Healthy Lifestyles

Abercrombie’s Shades of Red

Abercrombie’s Shades of Red: Congressional Radical?

Abercrombie’s Shades of Red: Same-Sex Marriage

Abercrombie’s Shades of Red: The Estate Tax

Abercrombie’s Shades of Red: The Military

Friday, October 8

Neil + Brian = Bromance

Wednesday, October 6

God Bless These Candidates

Radio Daze: The Gubernatorial Broadcast Debate

Tuesday, October 5

Aiona: We Have Three Candidates Running for Governor

Duke Compares Plans, Neil Plans For Plan

Akaka Bill Still Alive?

Monday, October 4

City Parks Named After the Living Back on the Table

Keeping Up @MufiHannemann

Friday, October 1

Urban Zones Proposed to Keep Sidewalks Clear of Homeless

Akaka Bill Pau Already?

September 2010

Thursday, September 30

Gov Rivals Have Healthy Exchange Over Health Care


Wednesday, September 29

Discussion: Criminal Justice and Prisons

Criminal Injustice for Native Hawaiians

Tuesday, September 28

Sign, Sign, Everywhere A Sign

Monday, September 27

City Council to Homeless: Get Off Our Sidewalks!

Duke ‘n Lynn Firing on All Pistons

Friday, September 24

Utah and Four-Day Workweeks

Sticker Shock at Duke’s HQ

Thursday, September 23

Duke Calls for ‘Aloha Thursday’ for State Employees

Wednesday, September 22

Big Men For a Little Guy

Free Roger Christie!

Civil Unions a Primary Winner

Tuesday, September 21

So Long, Farewell, Give Me Money

Duke vs. Neil: Compare and Decide

Sunday, September 19

Mufi = Neil = Love

Friday, September 17

Only One Incumbent Loses Legislative Seat

Abercrombie Rolls Over Hannemann

Mufi’s Tweet to the Finish Line

Thursday, September 16

Where Neil Got His Money, Part 3

Wednesday, September 15

Canvassing the Valley Isle

Tuesday, September 14

The Last Round: Mufi vs. Neil on Maui

Mufi Tries to Get His Mojo Back

Sunday, September 12

Aiona Takes Personal Time

Saturday, September 11

John Carroll, $929 and the Media

Friday, September 10

The John Mizuno Show

Where Mufi and Neil Get Their Money, Part 2

Thursday, September 9

God and Hawaii Politics

Wednesday, September 8

The Personal Is Political

Tuesday, September 7

Family Fun Day With Duke … on Sept. 11?

Monday, September 6

Discussion: Voting in Hawaii

Saturday, September 4

Lt. Gov. Prospects to Talk Education at UH

Absentee Ballots Confusing on Their Face

Venture Capital Associations Duel Over Mufi and Neil

Friday, September 3

Are You There GOP? It’s Me, Chad

Thursday, September 2

Giving It Up for the CJ

Banner Campaign for Aiona Runs on Politico

Caldwell Follows Previous Mayor’s PR Habit

Wednesday, September 1

Hawaii Family Forum Welcomes New Director

Mufi Camp Removes ‘Compare and Decide’ Flier from Website

Duke, Jonah, Mufi and God

August 2010

Tuesday, August 31

Mufi’s ‘Compare and Decide’ Flier still on the Web

Lightning Round: The Governor Debate

Following the Gov Debate, in 140 Characters or Less

The Committee to Save Hawaii

Friday, August 27

Canvassing the Big Island’s West Side

The Familiar and the Fresh From Mufi and Neil

Wednesday, August 25

Business Exec Disavows Anti-Mufi Letter As Forgery

Gov Candidates Pitch Housing, Homeless Plans

Fifth Floor Diplomacy From Duke, Mufi ‘n’ Neil

Tuesday, August 24

Aiona: 99 Percent of State’s Businesses are Small

Friday, August 20

Hannemann = Aiona in Hawaii Family Forum Survey

Sunday in Moiliili With Dan

Gov Wannabes Want Business Climate Change

Thursday, August 19

Abercrombie’s Vision Thing

Monday, August 16

Mufi vs. Neil: The Second Bloody Round

Thursday, August 12

Style, Leadership Differences Emerge in Gov Debate

Wednesday, August 11

Accounting for Hawaii’s Shanghai Trip

HGEA: ‘Working Together’ for Mufi, Kirk and Brian

Sunday, August 8

Giving It Up for the Boss

Saturday, August 7

Where Mufi and Neil Get Their Money

Friday, August 6

State Senate Shoots Down Leonard Nomination

The Votes Are Against Leonard

Thursday, August 5

Senate Judiciary Votes 4-1 Against Leonard Nomination

Wednesday, August 4

Leonard Nomination Awaits Senate Action

Tuesday, August 3

The Leonard Hearing: Nominee Makes her Case

Monday, August 2

Discussion: The Katherine Leonard Nomination

July 2010

Saturday, July 31

Understanding the Katherine Leonard Pick

Friday, July 30

Coordinating Group to Help Welcome APEC

Thursday, July 29

Rights of Same-Sex Couples Now in Court’s Hands

ACLU, Lambda To Sue Lingle Over Civil Unions

Wednesday, July 28

Abercrombie: Chamber Cancelled Debate Because Hannemann Withdrew

Hannemann: I’m Only Candidate With Private Sector Experience

Saturday, July 24

The Value of Hawaii: Government by Chad Blair

Coming Full Circle

Legislative Turnover? Not Going to Happen

Friday, July 23

Hawaii Links for Friday, July 23

Thursday, July 22

Hawaii Links for Thursday, July 14

Wednesday, July 21

Mufi, Neil and Duke Talk Tech

Hawaii links for Wednesday, July 21

Tuesday, July 20

Hawaii Links for Tuesday, July 20

Monday, July 19

Hannemann’s PR Sprint to the Finish Line

Hawaii Links for Monday, July 19

Saturday, July 17

Look For the Union Label

Thursday, July 15

With Friends Like These …

Hawaii Links for Thursday, July 15

Wednesday, July 14

Is the Bluest of States Bleeding Red?

Hawaii Links for Wednesday, June 14

UPDATE: Lingle Asks U.S. Senators to Pass Akaka Bill

Tuesday, July 13

Lawmakers, the Homeless and the Media

Hawaii Links for Tuesday, July 13

Monday, July 12

GOP Aims To Field Candidates in Most Local Races

Hawaii Links for Monday, July 12

Friday, July 9

Stalled River Street Housing Project May Be Dead

Lingle Equates Civil Unions with Marriage of First Cousins, Brothers and Sisters

Hawaii Links for Friday, July 9

Thursday, July 8

Hawaii Links for Thursday, July 8

Hawaii Leaders Unite Behind Revised Akaka Bill

Inouye In Charge: A Study In Leadership

Wednesday, July 7

Hawaii Senators Resolve Differences with Governor on Akaka Bill

Hawaii Links for Wednesday, July 7

Lingle Dodges Civil Unions Issue

Tuesday, July 6

Hawaii Gov. Lingle Vetoes Civil Unions Bill

Hawaii Links for Tuesday, July 6

Friday, July 2

The Civil Unions Decision: What’s At Stake

Hawaii Links for Friday, July 2

Djou Explains ‘No’ Vote On Campaign Finance Bill

Thursday, July 1

Hawaii Links for Thursday, July 1

Roundtable Executive Committee Member Also on Board of Leading Religious Opponent of Civil Unions

June 2010

Wednesday, June 30

UPDATE: Poll Says Dems Will Win Governor’s Race

UPDATE: First Hawaiian Bank Has No Position On Civil Unions

Hawaii Links for Wednesday, June 30

GOP: Hannemann’s Homelessness Record ‘Abysmal’

Tuesday, June 29

Union Battle Brewing Over Hotel Worker Contracts

Hawaii Links for Tuesday, June 29

Monday, June 28

Hawaii GOP Runs Radio Ads to Recruit Candidates

UPDATE: Bank of Hawaii Opposes Civil Unions Veto

Hawaii Links for Monday, June 28

UPDATE: With Passing of Sen. Robert Byrd, Hawaii’s Dan Inouye Becomes Senate President Pro-Tem

Friday, June 25

Hawaii Links for Friday, June 25

UPDATE: HEI Breaks with Roundtable on Civil Unions

Thursday, June 24

Homeless Children Not Visible, or Easy to Help

More Homeless Are Finding Shelter

Hawaii Links for Thursday, June 24

Why the Roundtable Quieted Its Civil Unions Storm

Wednesday, June 23

Roundtable Tells Governor It’s Not Against Civil Unions

Hawaii Links for Wednesday, June 23

Tuesday, June 22

Hawaii Links for Tuesday, June 22

More Roundtable Dissent on Civil Unions Stance

Lingle on Civil Unions: ‘I Need More Time’

Monday, June 21

Hawaii Links for Monday, June 21

Saturday, June 19

Time Running Out for Akaka Bill

Discussion: Akaka Bill

Civil Unions Bill On Governor’s Potential Veto List

Roundtable Goes Back And Forth On Civil Unions

Thursday, June 17

Hawaii Links for Thursday, June 17

Wednesday, June 16

Hawaii Links for Wednesday, June 16

Tuesday, June 15

Hawaii Links for Tuesday, June 15

Did Roundtable Committee Have Member Support?

Study: Civil Unions Will Have ‘Positive Fiscal Effects’

Saturday, June 12

Tourism Chief: Shanghai ‘Trip Was Worth It’

Friday, June 11

Discussion: Tourism

King Kamehameha vs. Marketing: The HTA’s Dilemma

Business Roundtable: Not Opposing Civil Unions, Just Current Bill

Hawaii Business Roundtable Urges Gov. Lingle To Veto Civil Unions Bill

Thursday, June 10

What Headquarters Tell Us About Governor Candidates

Monday, June 7

Not Everyone Loves A Parade

Sunday, June 6

Four Couples And The Civil Unions Bill

Friday, June 4

Resign To Run Law Was Designed to Stop One Man

Thursday, June 3

Lawmakers Don’t Show For Own Hearing On Homelessness

Wednesday, June 2

U.S. Investment in Shanghai Expo Called “Debacle”

May 2010

Monday, May 31

Going Forward: The Democratic Race For Governor

Case Closed: What Ed’s Bombshell Means For Democrats

Thursday, May 27

Can Hawaii Democrats Unite At Weekend Convention?

Discussion: Hawaii 1st Congressional District Election

Discussion: Hawaii Politics

UPDATE: Mufi Hannemann Declares Bid For Governor

‘Hawaii Dive-O.’ A Revisionist View Of The Beloved Cop Show

Wednesday, May 26

Mufi v. Neil in 1986: The Bloody First Round

UPDATE: Civil Unions Data To Chew On

Discussion: Hawaii Governor’s Race

Hawaii Places A Bet On Shanghai Expo

Monday, May 24

UPDATE: Monday Morning Quarterbacking On The Djou Win

Mr. Djou Goes To Washington

Sunday, May 23

1st District Voters Send Djou to Congress

Friday, May 21

Mail-In Voting The Winner In Special Election

Thursday, May 20

UPDATE: Lingle To Promote Tourism, Clean Energy In China And Japan

Study: Civil Unions Could Bring Millions To State

UPDATE: Same-Sex Marriage Means Big Bucks In Other States

Tuesday, May 18

UPDATE: The Hawaii GOP Platform On Civil Unions

UPDATE: Abercrombie Opens Second Big Isle Campaign Office

Website 101 With Ed, Colleen and Charles

Monday, May 17

UPDATE: Aiona, Finnegan ‘Team Up’ On Energy Issues

Discussion: Civil Unions

Friday, May 14

UPDATE: Legislature To Hold Hearing On Homelessness, Public Housing

Thursday, May 13

UPDATE: Tourism Secrecy Bill Becomes Law

Discussion: 1st Congressional District Special Election

Djou: ‘National Attention Is On This Race’

Majority of 1st District Voters Likely To Be Unrepresented

Wednesday, May 12

UPDATE: The Four Bs On Hawaii Politics

Tuesday, May 11

UPDATE: State Homeless Programs Will Move To DHS

Discussion: Homelessness

UPDATE: Special Elections Past and Present

UPDATE: Honolulu Homeless Flock To New Shelters

Monday, May 10

Sunday In The Park With ‘Uncle’

Saturday, May 8

Legal Benefits And Implications Of Civil Unions

Biggest Impact Of Civil Unions Will Be On Couples

Friday, May 7

UPDATE: Special Election Maybe Not So Special

Thursday, May 6

UPDATE: More National Attention on 1st Congressional Race

Wednesday, May 5

UPDATE: UCLA Prof Says Couples Will Seek Civil Unions

Tuesday, May 4

UPDATE: Congressional Debate Shows Dems on the Run

Monday, May 3

UPDATE: GOP Star Scott Brown Endorses Djou

Sunday, May 2

Discussion: Hawaii

Hirono: ‘Never Take Anything For Granted’

News Flash: Rep. Hirono Elected to Third Term

Minority Report: GOP and the 2010 Hawaii Legislature

Six Years After Plan, Homeless Problem Even Worse

April 2010

Monday, April 26

Is Hawaii helped by uncontested elections?

Saturday, April 24

Should I buy or should I rent? And should the feds help?

Friday, April 23

Inouye Stands Tall While Others May Fall

Who are Hawaii’s key players?

Thursday, April 22

Unknown candidates for No. 2 no help for Aiona

Wednesday, April 21

Wasting away again at the Ala Wai

No Surprise: Prevedouros Turns Republican

Coming Soon? The Aloha Stadium Mall

Renewed Fight for Hawaii Civil Unions

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