Civil Beat Categories

Hawaii

Showing 10 of 10233 results.

Day 3 Of The New Star-Advertiser

Star-Advertiser owner David Black was quoted in the first edition of his new newspaper as saying that he hoped to…
What Headquarters Tell Us About Governor Candidates

What Headquarters Tell Us About Governor Candidates

A car dealership, a chain restaurant and a strip mall are the campaign homes of Mufi Hannemann, Neil Abercrombie and Duke Aiona.
UPDATE: New Auditor’s Report Finds Inefficiencies in State’s pCard Program Flickr.com

UPDATE: New Auditor’s Report Finds Inefficiencies in State’s pCard Program

Star-Advertiser owner David Black was quoted in the first edition of his new newspaper as saying that he hoped to…
Not Everyone Loves A Parade

Not Everyone Loves A Parade

The 20th annual Honolulu gay pride parade drew the support of only a handful of politicians. Of the governor candidates, only Neil Abercrombie was there.
Four Couples And The Civil Unions Bill

Four Couples And The Civil Unions Bill

As Gov. Lingle nears a decision on House Bill 444, four same-sex couples explain what the bill means to them and why it should become law.

Background On Human Trafficking In Hawaii

Star-Advertiser owner David Black was quoted in the first edition of his new newspaper as saying that he hoped to…
Resign To Run Law Was Designed to Stop One Man

Resign To Run Law Was Designed to Stop One Man

Star-Advertiser owner David Black was quoted in the first edition of his new newspaper as saying that he hoped to…
Lawmakers Don’t Show For Own Hearing On Homelessness

Lawmakers Don’t Show For Own Hearing On Homelessness

Star-Advertiser owner David Black was quoted in the first edition of his new newspaper as saying that he hoped to…
U.S. Investment in Shanghai Expo Called “Debacle”

U.S. Investment in Shanghai Expo Called “Debacle”

Star-Advertiser owner David Black was quoted in the first edition of his new newspaper as saying that he hoped to…
Law Enforcement Lines Up Against Human Trafficking Bill

Law Enforcement Lines Up Against Human Trafficking Bill

Social service groups back bill on Gov. Lingle's desk, but prosecutors and police oppose measure that would treat prostitutes and exotic dancers as human trafficking victims.