How does the congressional candidate present himself? He's a family man!
On visit to Washington, four express frustration over ongoing expenses after construction of the $5 billion project.
Ikaika Anderson says majority of council members want new transportation leadership.
UPDATED 10:38 a.m. City offers amnesty on fireworks; Moku meeting with predecessor Martin; Garcia could be ousted.
City Council reorganization would put Ernie Martin at helm, Ikaika Anderson as vice chair.
Civil Beat review shows problems with disclosures of business interests, real estate investments.
UPDATED 5:19 p.m. Light, medium or heavy rail? Mayors show unity, don't agree on union deal.
Civil Beat survey finds concern about Garcia's failure to disclose outside job.
UPDATED 1:36 p.m. Hansen to stay on as permanent Budget director; Council honors Tam, who faces sentencing for theft; Rail groundbreaking around the corner.
UPDATED 2:29 p.m. Deputy prosecutor sworn in; City confronts myriad trash issues; Ikaika Anderson creating task force to consider sweeping overhaul to property tax structure; City workers hit the Furlough Friday halfway point.
UPDATED 12:31 p.m. Carlisle's drinking buddies may be lonely this month; Honolulu's first mayor inaugurated 102 years ago today; Tom Berg isn't happy with his Council committee assignments.
Lingle transmits outside rail review to city leaders, incoming governor; Makakilo/Kapolei Neighborhood Board meeting erupts into a "circus'" November and December pack a holiday-furlough punch.