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Council Candidates Raise Half Million

More than half a million dollars have been raised so far in Honolulu City Council campaigns. Race for Charles Djou's old seat draws the most money.

Hannemann on Endorsements by Business Groups

The former Honolulu mayor's campaign website claims that he is the only gubernatorial candidate "so far" to be endorsed by a business group. Really? What's the Hawaii Venture Capital Association? UPDATE: Hannemann campaign revises website.

Discussion: Honolulu City Prosecutor Election 2010

Three lawyers are running to complete the final two years of Peter Carlisle’s fourth term as Honolulu prosecutor. Carlisle resigned…

Pacarro Has Fundraising Lead in Prosecutor’s Race

Three lawyers are running to succeed former Honolulu Prosecutor Peter Carlisle, who resigned to run for mayor. As of June 30, Franklin Pacarro had more support than Darwin Ching, but Ching invested in his campaign to level the playing field. Keith Kaneshiro hasn't raised a dime.

Hannemann: I take ‘600,000 tons of stuff’ and power 40,000 homes with it

Former Mayor Mufi Hannemann says that he is converting 600,000 tons of waste and turning it into energy to power 40,000 homes on Oahu. Is this really the case?

Hannemann: I’m the Only Candidate Who’s Lived and Worked on Neighbor Islands

Gov. candidate says he's "the only person running for governor who can actually claim he's lived and worked on the neighbor islands." Is this true?
Donovan Dela Cruz Drops Out of Mayoral Race

Donovan Dela Cruz Drops Out of Mayoral Race

Citing financial difficulties, Honolulu City Councilman Donovan Dela Cruz drops out of the race for Honolulu mayor and instead announces candidacy for former state Sen. Robert Bunda's seat.

Discussion: Public Housing Safety

The state is developing new rules after a curfew imposed at Kalihi Valley Homes in Honolulu worked to calm a…
Curfew to Lead to New State Rules for Public Housing

Curfew to Lead to New State Rules for Public Housing

Response to violence at Kalihi Valley Homes will set direction for a security approach at all state public housing complexes, Civil Beat learns. News comes on day of community meeting to discuss what to do as curfew expires.