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A Reporter Pays His Last Respects to Dan Inouye
Akaka Retiring: Ambassador Of Aloha Bridged Party Lines
Akaka Retiring: Hawaii Senator Leaving Office With Legacy Bill In Limbo
Hawaii Gas CEO Looks To Washington For Political Support For LNG
White House: Middle Class Tax Hike Could Cut Hawaii Spending By $1B
DC808: On the Wire — The Fiscal Slope
Hawaii Gov’t Not Planning For Worst On Federal Fiscal Cliff Talks
DC808: On the Wire — The Thanksgiving Day Episode
Akaka Retiring: Plenty Aloha, But What About Accomplishments?
FTA Says It Will Sign $1.55 Billion Deal For Honolulu Rail Project
Gabbard On Freshman Orientation: Lots To Learn About Congress
Spokesman: Inouye Healthy, Fall Unrelated to Grueling Schedule
DC808: On the Wire — Over The Cliff
Veterans Day: From Punchbowl To Arlington
Hawaii Election Analysis: Where They Won
Civil Beat Poll – How We Did In The End
Office of Hawaiian Affairs Beefing Up Advocacy At Federal Level
President Obama Wins Second Term
Federal Judge Issues Split Decision On Honolulu Rail Environmental Suit
DC808: On The Wire — Eye of The Storm
Civil Beat Poll – Full Questionnaire and Results — October 2012
Civil Beat Poll – Obama Lead Narrows, But Hawaii Still Very Safe
Civil Beat Poll – Hanabusa Expands Lead Over Djou In Race for Congress
Civil Beat Poll – Hirono’s Double-Digit Lead Over Lingle Holding
Civil Beat Poll – Cayetano Peaks, Caldwell Surges
DC808: On The Wire — Native Hawaiians Say Aloha To Washington
After Akaka: The Next Generation of Native Hawaiian Leaders
Case Loaned Campaign $50K In Final Days
Native Hawaiian Clubs ‘Colonizing the Continent’
Akaka to Alaska Natives: ‘Strength In Solidarity’
DC808: On The Wire — Who’s The Greatest President Ever?
Mainland PACs Give Hanabusa Third Quarter Fundraising Edge
No Hirono Bill Has Ever Passed, But Does That Mean She’s Ineffective?
DC808: On The Wire — Hotline Between Hawaii And The Nation’s Capital
Will A New Law Mean Federal Funding for Honolulu BRT?
Hawaii Campaigning In The 21st Century
Civil Beat Poll – Full Questionnaire and Results — September 2012
Civil Beat Poll – Dems Lead Congress Races
Outside Expert to Feds: Honolulu Rail Is Ready
Civil Beat Poll – Obama Gets Aloha in Hawaii
Civil Beat Poll – Unwavering Rail Opposition Gives Cayetano Lead
Civil Beat Poll – Hirono Up Big On Lingle
Inouye Wants Active Role In Hirono Campaign
Djou Plays Dad Card As Campaign Issue
Honolulu Rail Delegation Seeks To Smooth Concerns In D.C.
Lingle: Hirono ‘Flip Flops’ On Budget Cuts
Akaka Bill Sails Through Committee, But Tough Sledding Ahead
Where Is Honolulu Rail’s Federal Funding?
What Does Tulsi Gabbard’s Rising Star Do For Hawaii?
‘Spectrum Crunch’ On Horizon Could Slow Hawaii’s Digital Future
Akaka Taking Last Shot At Legacy Bill For Native Hawaiians
How Many Votes Can Campaign Money Buy?
Honolulu Tells HUD Troubled Wahiawa Senior Center Making Strides
Civil Beat Poll – What the Heck Happened?
Where They Won: Breakdown of Senate, Congress, Mayor Races
Walk-In Voting Down, Mail Voting Up From 2010
Hanabusa, Djou On Collision Course For Rematch
Gabbard Completes Upset By Crushing Hannemann
Déjà Vu As Gabbard, Hannemann Fight for Senators’ Support
Civil Beat Poll – Full Questionnaire and Results — August 2012
Coincidence? Two Commercials Feature Dice, Cash And Corruption
Civil Beat Poll – Cayetano On Track To Win In Primary and Avoid Runoff
Civil Beat Poll – Tulsi Leaves Mufi In Her Dust
Civil Beat Poll – Case-Hirono Too Close To Call
‘Pay-to-Play’ Corruption a Hawaii Campaign Theme
Caldwell, Carlisle Surge While Cayetano Fades In Fundraising Effort
Trailing Gabbard, Hannemann Gives Campaign $150K
Accused of Corruption, Mitsunagas Punch Back With Radio Ads
Outside Money’s Big Role In 2012 Hawaii Election
No Written Rules Means Confusion When Doling Out Honolulu Contracts
In Twist, PRP Chief Target Of Campaign Probe
City Purchasing Boss: Fire Department Wrong On Merger Contract ‘Tie’
Health Department Says Honolulu’s Fire-EMS Merger Is ‘Premature’
State Health Department Might Quash Honolulu’s Fire-EMS Merger
Attack Ads Push Campaign Cash Into Spotlight In Honolulu Mayor’s Race
Pro-Rail Money Follows Caldwell, Carlisle Lags
Social Issues Center In First Televised Hawaii Congress Debate
Carlisle, Cayetano Both Aim Fire At Caldwell in KITV-Civil Beat Debate
Former Campaign Chief In Town To Back Cayetano
Gabbard Files FEC Complaint Against Hannemann
Fire-EMS Merger Contract Awarded After Honolulu Official Manipulated Score
Honolulu Council Hopefuls Island-wide Back Rail, Tax Exemptions
Honolulu Council District 9 Candidates on the Issues
Honolulu Ethics Panel Investigating Fire-EMS Merger Contract
Honolulu Council District 7 Candidates on the Issues
Honolulu Council District 5 Candidates on the Issues
Honolulu Council District 3 Candidates on the Issues
Honolulu Council District 1 Candidates On The Issues
Politics Puts Fire-EMS Merge On Front Burner
Updated Rail Finance Plan Part of Formal Federal Funding Request
Honolulu Mayor Hopefuls Differ on Big Issues
Honolulu Council Members Push for Audits of HART, Sewer
Carlisle Returns Council-Approved Budgets — Some Signed, Some Not
A Look at Honolulu’s Sidewalk Ban Six Months and at Least $100K Later
U.S. House Subcommittee Slices Money for Rail
Civil Beat Poll – Questionnaires and Toplines — June 2012
Who’s the Wealthiest Member of Hawaii’s Congressional Delegation?
Civil Beat Poll – Cayetano’s Grip On Honolulu Mayor’s Race Is Slipping
Civil Beat Poll – Stunning Turnaround In Hawaii’s CD2 Race
Civil Beat Poll – Case, Hirono Tied In Hawaii U.S. Senate Race
Race To The Finish For Federal Rail Money
Council Chair Accuses Mayor of ‘Quid Pro Quo’ Politics on Sewage Project
Will Honolulu Council Give Back Mayor’s Sewage Construction Money?
Kobayashi: Voters in 2008 Didn’t Approve Current Rail Project
Civil Beat Guide to Polling During Election Season
Supreme Court: Can Rail Avoid Hawaiian Burials?
Mayoral Hopefuls Sharpen Attacks in First TV Debate
Pro-Rail Union Group Ups Ante Against Cayetano
Moderate Caldwell Says ‘Build Rail Better’
Council Asks Voters To OK $5M for Nonprofits
Is Honolulu Drowning In Sea Of Leaking Money?
‘Pipe Whisperers’ Hear The Rustle Of Running Water
Civil Beat Poll: Questionnaire, Toplines and Crosstabs — April 2012
Caldwell: Carlisle Raised Property Tax Rates
Playing To Type In First Honolulu Mayoral Debate
Honolulu Hale Lead Paint Cleanup To Cost $250K
Civil Beat Poll – To Preserve or Develop Hawaii Land?
Civil Beat Poll – Does the Government Treat Native Hawaiians Fairly?
Civil Beat Poll – Hawaii Wants Undersea Cable
Civil Beat Poll – Assisted Suicide Support Strong
Civil Beat Poll – Hawaii Opposes Gay Marriage, Marijuana, Rail
Civil Beat Poll – Can Gov’t Solve Challenges?
Civil Beat Poll – Is Voting a Duty Or a Choice?
Honolulu Passes Ban on Plastic Bags
Civil Beat Poll – Voters Prefer Bag Ban to Fee
Honolulu Salaries 2012 — Pay for Men and Women
Honolulu Salaries 2012 — Common Jobs and Names
Honolulu Salaries 2012 — The City’s Big Earners
Honolulu Salaries 2012 — The Full Employee List
Bag Fee, Ban or Both? City Council Picks Wednesday
Honolulu’s Next Landfill Could Be In Kailua
Dalai Lama in Honolulu: One Voice, Many Messages
Students In High Spirits After Dalai Lama Talk
Hawaii No Longer Magnet for Young, Single, Educated
New Rail Chief Sees Himself as Intermediary Between Council, Feds
Honolulu Council Keeps Rail Budget Intact
It’s Your Money: Council Spends on Travel and TVs
Honolulu’s Low-Key Dalai Lama Preparations
Council Support Wavers As Key Rail Vote Looms
Doubting State, Honolulu Moves To Add Bag Fee
City Council’s Plastic Bag Ban Could Become Fee
Mayor Won’t Cancel Sewage Treatment Contract
Census: Honolulu and San Diego Swap Residents
Is Honolulu Rail Debt Causing Budget Cuts?
Is It ‘Reckless’ To Build Honolulu Rail Before Feds Commit Funds?
Rail Construction End Of Long Line for Permits
Kirk Caldwell, Friend of the Working Man
Cayetano: Mayor Cut Police, Fire
Despite Sewer Work, Storms Still Cause Spills
Cayetano’s Transit Plan Mirrors Harris’ in 2000
Water Board’s Beretania Land To Be Developed
Landfill Site Panel Wants Distance From Residents
$100K+ To Fix Lead, Mold at Honolulu Hale
Lead, Mold Contaminate Honolulu Hale
Hawaii Republican Caucuses: Ewa Beach
Inside Honolulu — Government, Politics and Issues — Mar. 12-18
Are Honolulu Rail Backers’ New Radio Ads Accurate?
Honolulu’s Tech Deputy: Government Can Help
Lacking Support, Can Rail Backers Turn The Tide?
Carlisle: Honolulu Sewer Deal Has No New Concerns
Inside Honolulu — Government, Politics and Issues — Mar. 5-11
Grabauskas OK’d As Rail Chief Despite Soft Spot For Toru Hamayasu
Mayor’s Budget Holds The Line, Lacks ‘Fun’ Projects
New Honolulu Rail Chief Was Late, Over Budget on His Biggest Project
Inside Honolulu — Government, Politics and Issues — Feb. 27-Mar. 4
End Politics As Usual, Then Cross the Street
HART Taps New Rail Chief: Grabauskas from Boston
Mayor Peter Carlisle’s Tale of Two Honolulus
One Year Later — 2011 State of the City Scorecard
Tech-Savvy Leaders Push Honolulu Toward Gov 2.0
Counties Want Break from Hawaii Sunshine Law
Inside Honolulu — Government, Politics and Issues — Feb. 20-26
Caldwell: With More Time, I’ll Win Mayor’s Race
Why Did Council Overrule Waianae Residents and Council Member?
FTA Watching Opponents, Wants $250M for Honolulu Rail
Inside Honolulu — Government, Politics and Issues — Feb. 13-19
Just How Deep Will Honolulu Rail’s Debt Be?
Carlisle: Rail Will Take 40,000 Cars Off The Road
Feds Green Light Honolulu Rail Construction
Profs Like Cayetano On Rail, But Not Ready To ‘Forgive and Forget’?
Inside Honolulu — Government, Politics and Issues — Feb. 6-12
Back Into The Lion’s Den, Cayetano Asking for Professors’ Support
Occupy Honolulu Evicted From Thomas Square
Does Line-of-Credit Rail Plan Leave Honolulu Taxpayers on Hook?
Clock Ticking For Occupy Honolulu Encampment
Modest Fundraising Opens Door In Mayor’s Race
A Look At How the City’s Storing Homeless Property
Inside Honolulu — Government, Politics and Issues — Jan. 30-Feb. 5
Money In The Bank Or ‘Bells and Whistles’ If Honolulu Rail Costs Less?
Emergency Rail Plan: Taxpayers Have Our Back
Inside Honolulu — Government, Politics and Issues — Jan. 23-29
Cayetano: Rail A Wall of Concrete Snaking Along Honolulu’s Waterfront
Cayetano: I’m Not a One-Issue Anti-Rail Candidate
What Does the FTA Want From Honolulu Rail?
Can Honolulu Council Members Talk in Private About Proposed Laws?
Inside Honolulu — Government, Politics and Issues — Jan. 16-22
Caldwell’s First Promise: Soap In Bus Stop Bathroom
Honolulu Facing Five Major Issues In 2012
Could Honolulu’s Mayor Stop Rail Project?
Honolulu Homeless Frustrated as Belongings Taken
Judge: Civil Beat Can Blog Honolulu Rail Lawsuit
Honolulu Begins Enforcing New Sidewalk Ban Against Homeless
Inside Honolulu — Government, Politics and Issues — Jan. 9-15
Hawaii Homeless Chief Resigns Amid Sexual Misconduct Allegations
‘Lot of Work To Do’ Before Feds Fund Honolulu Rail
Honolulu to Feds: OK Rail Work Or Costs Rise $100M
Hawaii Supreme Court Rejects Redistricting Plan
Faith, Union Groups Seek Pro-Rail Spot in Lawsuit
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