Sanjeev Ranabhat

Two Years After Earthquake, Hawaii Residents Are Still Aiding Nepal Courtesy of U.S. Embassy, Nepal

Two Years After Earthquake, Hawaii Residents Are Still Aiding Nepal

Small victories like helping a 5-year-old girl are celebrated, but the relief efforts of the government and big organizations have been lacking.

Hawaii Can Help After Devastating Earthquake in Nepal Laxmi Prasad Ngakliusi/UNDP Nepal

Hawaii Can Help After Devastating Earthquake in Nepal

"When I see the pictures, I cry. The pain and agony of my people is unbearable."
The Public File: Lingle Pays $5,000 a Week For Cable Channel

The Public File: Lingle Pays $5,000 a Week For Cable Channel

U.S. senate candidate could pay more than $100,000 if she keeps it going through the election.
The Public File: Congressional Republicans Attempt to Block FCC Rule

The Public File: Congressional Republicans Attempt to Block FCC Rule

New requirement passed in April requires political ad data be posted online by 2014 elections.
The Public File: Pro-Rail Group Steps Up Offensive

The Public File: Pro-Rail Group Steps Up Offensive

UPDATED Pacific Resource Partnership spends $183,000; Lingle spends some cash of her own.
The Public File: Mayoral Candidates Join Ad-Buying Race

The Public File: Mayoral Candidates Join Ad-Buying Race

Kirk Caldwell buys 18 TV spots, Ben Cayetano buys one.
Census: Hawaii Still Ranks High in Older, Minority Populations

Census: Hawaii Still Ranks High in Older, Minority Populations

The state also has the highest percentage of those of mixed-race and Asian ancestry.
The Public File: Mainland Super PACs Spend $152K on Congressional Races

The Public File: Mainland Super PACs Spend $152K on Congressional Races

Veterans group steps into Hawaii race while Chamber of Commerce adds on more expenditures.
More Tasers For Hawaii? www.taser.com

More Tasers For Hawaii?

State land agency could arm 100 officers while U.S. Supreme Court weighs danger of Taser use.
Honolulu To Create New Housing For The Homeless Chad Blair/Civil Beat

Honolulu To Create New Housing For The Homeless

City to spend $3.5 million on new transitional housing shelter.
Honolulu On Track To Tighten Ethics Laws Flickr: RambergMediaImages

Honolulu On Track To Tighten Ethics Laws

Council considers tightening disclosure rules and requiring ethics training for all city employees.
Occupy Honolulu Rally Draws A Big Crowd, But What Next? H. Doug Matsuoka

Occupy Honolulu Rally Draws A Big Crowd, But What Next?

Protesters say they plan to continue their encampment.