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Instead of translating announcements, the City of Honolulu relies on a multilingual radio station to reach residents who don’t understand English.
Sam King has the most cash on hand in the Oahu race, while Rowena Akana has the most in the at-large contest.
With no state funding for most adult dental care, thousands of people go to emergency rooms seeking relief from cavities and other problems.
Local 5 also says that the company has promised to install panic buttons in response to sexual harassment concerns.
An investigation found hundreds of violations of accessibility standards in Hawaii Public Housing Authority complexes.
Every year there’s a small chance a flood will engulf Waikiki, destroying buildings and throwing Hawaii’s tourist mecca into mayhem.
None of the three incumbents — Lei Ahu Isa, Rowena Akana and John Waihee IV — reported spending any money this year and two are in debt.
In the race for money, Esther Kia‘aina and Sam Wilder King II are winning.
Created out of the idealism of the 1970s Hawaiian Renaissance, the Office of Hawaiian Affairs has been bogged down by scandal and infighting.
Peter Apo is leaving the Office of Hawaiian Affairs board, setting up a seven-way race to replace him.