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Berg ‘Concerned’ About Aide Tampering with Hawaii Rep’s Email

Berg ‘Concerned’ About Aide Tampering with Hawaii Rep’s Email

City Council member says Eric Ryan will remain chief of staff after calling Rep. Kymberly Pine a "crook."
Rod Tam Sentencing Delayed to August

Rod Tam Sentencing Delayed to August

Sentencing pushed back again for former City Council member Rod Tam.
In New Rail Agency’s First Meeting, Leaders Emerge

In New Rail Agency’s First Meeting, Leaders Emerge

Don Horner leads questioning during Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation meeting, but keeps quiet on his new role.
Hubba Hubba! Honolulu Planners Likely Won’t Touch Iconic Neon Sign

Hubba Hubba! Honolulu Planners Likely Won’t Touch Iconic Neon Sign

Historic Chinatown sign is technically in violation, but city expected to make exception.
It’s Cheap to Park at Honolulu Parks Flickr.com

It’s Cheap to Park at Honolulu Parks

Comparison with Miami Beach, Santa Barbara, San Francisco, Chicago show Honolulu residents getting a good deal.
Evidence Ignored in Unsolved Rapes

Evidence Ignored in Unsolved Rapes

Nearly half of Honolulu rapes in 2009 remain unsolved, yet some collected DNA evidence which could lead to potential suspects has never been analyzed.
Tenants Voice Concerns About City Plans to Sell Affordable Housing

Tenants Voice Concerns About City Plans to Sell Affordable Housing

Honolulu plans to sell 12 buildings with 1,257 units.
Waikiki Beach Is Shrinking, But Hotel Tower Is Rising

Waikiki Beach Is Shrinking, But Hotel Tower Is Rising

Erosion and economics push and pull in opposite directions.
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