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School Bus loads of CMS Children being put at risk

April 17, 2018


A fallen tree blocking the road at Honeywood and Brookshire remains to create a dangerous route for Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS), School Buses. We watched again this morning as CMS Bus drivers with loads of Children swerved into oncoming lanes of traffic to avoid hitting a fallen tree on Honeywood Ave in the Oakview Terrace neighborhood. […]

Who is tending to the Tee Box

April 5, 2018


The 2018 PGA Wells Fargo Championships is slated to tee off at Quail Hollow, in Charlotte, North Carolina, on April 30 through May 6, 2018. The Wells Fargo Championship this year may bring a new list of Winners and Players. And is one that is already stirring excitement, projections of who will  be successful on […]

“Pay 2 Play” Media coverage of the Presidential Candidates

September 3, 2016


  Following up on CNN’s Carol Costello story this morning that Hillary Clinton will start to fly on the same plane as the press. We took a strong interest in the added commentary during the show of how basically that, it would only be fair for Hillary to fly with reporters and give access , […]

CDC fails to inform Nation of ongoing Hepatitis A epidemic

August 18, 2016


By Tina Quizon  – August 18, 2016 Story updated August 22, 2016 After months of Hawaii reports of the increased numbers of citizens infected with the hepatitis A virus in Hawaii and more and more Hawaii restaurants being added to the growing list of at risk locations for contracting hepatitis A. The Hawaii State Department […]

Hawaii loses the Pro Bowl

May 31, 2016


To many it may come as no surprise. This year’s traffic fiasco on the day of the only NFL Football Game played in Honolulu Hawaii as thousand were delayed, stuck in Traffic missing the start of the Pro Bowl Game only to arrive to a shortage of parking.  An antiquated Stadium in desparate need of […]

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard – No Moment of Silence for Waterman – Sri Shim

February 5, 2016


As more news and details surrounding the death of a beloved Waterman, Sri Shim, who was run over in the Ocean near Kailua, Hawaii by Sai Hansen with his 25 foot Zodiac is uncovered. We saw no moment of silence, no speech and no honoring by Hawaii Representative Tulsi Gabbard for Sri Shim. Many in […]

Aloha Stadium design flaws, lack luster

January 25, 2016


With the latest revelations of a 35 year old design flaw,  the most recent negative media and international attention of the Women’s International Soccer Playoff canceling due to unfit Turf, and the loss of over one thousand parking stall for Aloha Stadium users. It is time to take a serious look at the need for […]