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Candidates submitted their final campaign spending reports before residents start voting by mail throughout October. Two more reports are due before Nov. 3.
HPD won’t talk about it, but FBI data shows Honolulu has one of the worst records in the country when it comes to solving property crimes as well as violent crimes.
Blangiardi agreed to a KITV4 debate after Amemiya called him out. Blangiardi suggested the change of plans was unrelated.
Blangiardi and Amemiya both would have done things different than the Caldwell administration but they differ most on the role of police.
The case took nearly three years to resolve.
Pools, hair salons can reopen. Retail can open at 50% capacity.
The project couldn’t generate the support it needed from city council members.
Councilwomen Heidi Tsuneyoshi and Kym Pine are requesting a more open process to choose Anderson’s replacement.