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John Henry Felix has repeatedly called to pause rail construction at Middle Street.
UPDATED: Hundreds of employees who work at the airfield or indirectly depend on it could be affected by the state’s decision to walk away.
The 2018 Republican candidate for governor is seeking a nonpartisan seat.
But the annual reports to the Legislature are lacking in the level of detail needed for meaningful public scrutiny.
Caldwell concedes the city should focus solely on rail instead with so much uncertainty still hanging over the transit project.
Hawaii’s business elites are lining up behind one of their own, giving him an edge on Councilwoman Pine and former Congresswoman Hanabusa.
The Honolulu mayor has far outpaced others who have lined up this far in advance.
The political newcomer brought in more money than a well-known former judge.
Tiffany Enriquez, shot to death on Jan. 19 while responding to a call in the Diamond Head area, was honored by law enforcement, family and friends Thursday.
UPDATED: The FTA remains “extremely concerned” about rail’s progress at yet another critical juncture.