Five people are vying for the right to represent Honolulu City Council District 2 which includes Mililani, Wahiawā, the North Shore and Windward Oʻahu from Kahuku to Kahaluʻu. This is a race with no incumbent. Join the discussion with candidates Raquel Achiu, Lupe Funaki, Makuakai Rothman, Chad Tsuneyoshi and Matt Weyer on Insights on PBS Hawaiʻi.
There is a crowded field in this year's Democratic Primary for Lieutenant Governor with four major candidates facing off to see who will advance to the general election. Businessman and former Honolulu Mayoral candidate Keith Amemiya, former Honolulu City Councilmember Ikaika Anderson, longtime Oʻahu state Representative Sylvia Luke and business leader Sherry Menor-McNamara will answer your questions.
We start our election coverage with two races where there is no incumbent. Former state senator Jill Tokuda and current state representative Patrick Branco are among candidates facing off in the Democratic Primary to replace Kai Kahele in Hawaii’s second congressional district covering rural Oʻahu and the Neighbor Islands. Meanwhile, in the state house, former lawmaker Gary Gill faces Jenna Takenouchi in the Democratic Primary for District 27 representing Pacific Heights and Nuʻuanu.
It is a big election year in Hawai’i. Voters will cast ballots for a new governor, two congressional seats including one with no incumbent, a U.S. Senator, mayoral races in Maui and Kauaʻi counties, all 76 seats in the state legislature, county council races and the Office of Hawaiian Affairs. Who are the front runners?
The special 90-minute episode of Insights on PBS Hawaiʻi will allow the public to submit questions and hear from the final candidates for chief of one of the largest metropolitan police departments in the United States, with more than 2,000 sworn officers and civilian employees and an annual budget of more than $300 million.
How would you grade Hawaiʻi’s legislative session this year? Lawmakers debated key issues including raising the state’s minimum wage, a future management plan for the summit of Mauna Kea, funding for the Office of Hawaiian Affairs and more.
Axis deer have been a problem on the islands of Maui County for a while. But lately, the problem has gotten out of control. With no natural predators, there is nothing to control the growth of the herds. There are thousands of deer. As serious drought conditions grow worse, the deer venture out of the hills and other areas they roam in search of food eating anything in sight, damaging farm crops, gardens and native plants leading to erosion problems.
After more than 30 years in operation, the Waimānalo Gulch Landfill on the west side of Oʻahu is slated to close in 2028. The city needs to figure out where the new landfill will go by the end of this year. A commission charged with picking a new site recently rejected several options that were opposed by the water board due to possible effects on groundwater aquifers. Now what?
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